Competition between QLED TV and AMOLED TV has continued in CES this year, and resolutions of the latest TVs include both 4K and 8K specifications. "But it also uses micro-led technology which is brand new TV technology that they use in scoreboards". You can check out the super-high resolution of the screens as well, from all of the power of streaming a 1080p video.
While the roll-up screen drew plenty of attention at CES yesterday, Sony and Hisense also showed off a new take on televisions, debuting short-throw 4K projectors that could create displays of more than 100 inches in size.
I'll talk about what's going on with the two most popular conventional TV technologies-LCDs (including most of what is marketed as LED sets) and normal OLEDs-in my next post, but in this post I'll discuss some of the more interesting alternative display technologies I saw at the show.
The only new design came in the form of a massive 88-inch 8K OLED TV. Likewise, there are developments such as 55-inch transparent display and a 77-inch wallpaper OLED TV display that would be exhibited soon. This indicates the stiff competition between QLED TV makers and AMOLED TV makers will continue.
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As yet it isn't clear when it will be launched although an announcement is expected in the forthcoming weeks. But it is still unclear at what time this optimized QD device structure could be presented.
Samsung's 146-inch TV is appropriately named: the company calls it The Wall. At least based on how Samsung described The Wall, you (or an installer) could very well be able to change the size of your set on the fly. HDR10+ is an upgraded standard for HDR10 introduced in 2018 to compete with Dolby Vision, another primary standard for HDR content, aiming to increase the adoption by TV manufacturers, content providers and platform providers.
No word on when the screen - or the processor, for that matter - will be coming to market, but with a demo this polished, we'd expect to see this come out of prototype in the next year or two.
The big displays from LG and Samsung seem like aspirational headline grabbers more than actual shipping products, but both were incredible to see in person.
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The hosts have beaten India in the first Test and need another to seal the series. Rabada became only the seventh South African bowler to top the ICC Rankings.