Samsung comes in January with first LCDTV with quantum dots




Samsung will be in January at CES Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas to show with quantum dots, a variant LCDTV with another system for the backlight. His first TV models Samsung will not make OLED TVs.

Samsung is now much LCDTV, but has temporarily stopped OLED televisions, because it will produce the TV’s too expensive. The remains are producing AMOLED screens for phones like the Galaxy S5 and Note 4 . Concurrent LG remains make OLED TVs.

At the Consumer Electronics Show CES in January, Samsung has introduced its first TVs with quantum dots in the backlight, writes Cnet. This happens probably under the name Qdot. Typically, the term means that thousands of blue LEDs used as backlight. The blue light of the LED is converted by the TV in white thanks to a Quantum Dot Enhancement Film about LEDs. The TV can control all the LEDs individually, which is an efficient system for local dimming and must also make a greater color range. It must also be more economical than conventional LCDs.

Samsung will not be the first to apply quantum dots. Sony has been doing that since last year in TVs and the technology applied in recent Xperia smartphones. LG will also apply the technology. Samsung will provide its CES press conference on Monday, January 5th. That happens around eleven pm Dutch time.


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