Quantum Light-Emitting Diode (QLED) or Organic Light-Emitting Diode (OLED) is a question you should definitely consider when buying a new TV. QLED TVs offer unrivalled brightness, durability and over a billion shades of colour, while OLED TVs offer excellent black levels, though can wear out faster due to their organic components.
A Smart TV opens up a world of content beyond standard live TV, letting you use apps, as well as stream, browse, and shop online – all on a super immersive Samsung screen. A Smart TV will quickly become the centre of your home entertainment system, giving you access to a whole host of movies, series and online content.
Whether it’s light from a lampshade or sunshine on your screen, changes in lighting are inevitable. And they can really harm your viewing experience, casting reflections and glare that make it hard to see what you’re watching. QLED TVs use Ultra Black Elite to absorb ambient light, reducing reflections to an absolute minimum at all times.
The basic formula to determine your ideal screen size is to measure the distance between the TV and where you sit, in inches, and then multiply this figure by 0.84. So, if you're sitting 6.9ft (2.1m) away, you should choose a 49” TV. Bigger screens don’t have to dominate the room anymore either; Ambient Mode* allows Samsung TVs to seamlessly blend into any space.
QLED 8K TVs have 4 times the resolution of 4K and 16 times that of Full HD. 8K takes its name from the horizontal resolution, with nearly 8,000 pixels that immerse you in the detail of every scene, meaning you don’t miss a thing. Plus, with A.I assisted 8K Upscaling you can watch content of any quality in stunning 8K quality.