Samsung Wins CES Award for New OLED Hybrid

Samsung has announced its 2022 range of LED TVs but not the availability of its first OLED model, despite it wining a CES Innovation Award.

According to the judges:

Samsung’s 65” QD-Display TV is the world’s first true RGB self-emitting Quantum Dot OLED display—revolutionising TV by combining the contrast levels of RGB OLED with the color and brightness of quantum dots for ultimate visuals.

The QD-Display TV combines a groundbreaking new QD-OLED display with Samsung’s gorgeous Infinity One Design and immersive Object Tracking Sound technology. It’s built with our 2022 Neo Quantum Processor for superior image quality, while boasting a 144Hz refresh rate and four HDMI 2.1 inputs—both wins for gamers.

With impeccable visuals, sound, and speed, the QD-Display TV represents the next frontier in home entertainment.

FlatPanelsHD reports many at CES had expected the world’s largest TV maker to also announce OLED TVs, specifically the QD-OLED variant, “but they have yet to appear. Samsung changed its plans in the eleventh hour, according to reports from Korea.”

“At the moment other details about the TV, including pricing, availability, images or screen sizes beyond 65 inches, are unclear,” CNET reports.

CNET reached out to Samsung for additional details and a representative replied “All I can say at this time is that we’ll have more to share about the 2022 TV lineup in the next several weeks,” adding that the final name of the TV has yet to be determined.

Here’s the link to Samsung’s 2022 LED range, which for the first time will include Dolby Atmos audio for its Neo QLED TVs and a new remote control.

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