Samsung Company at the IFA 2018 presented a TV Q900R. This is the first product for the company that has a resolution of 8K.
The TV was released three years after Samsung’s first demonstration of such permission. Three years ago, the company at CES 2015 showed a 110-inch LCD 8K-TV with support for 3D-images without the need to wear glasses.
Unlike the early prototype three years ago, the Q900R uses QLED panels. The TV will be available in four versions: 65, 75, 82 and 85 inches. Peak brightness can be 4000 cd / m², which is four times more than the already sold Sharp LV-70X500E, also showing an image in the resolution of 8K.
The TV shows an HDR10 + image that supports Dynamic Tone Mapping. Thanks to this technology, the brightness level of the image can vary depending on the lighting of the scene. The standard HDR10 + is developed by Samsung in conjunction with Amazon.
TV Q900R supports 8K AI Upscaling technology. With it, the image resolution is scaled to 8K. This is especially true in 2018, when the content of this permission is almost not on the market.
Samsung Q900R will go on sale in late September. Prices are still unknown, as well as countries where it can be bought.
Samsung in September will begin selling its first 8K-TV
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