A Quantum Leap For 4K LCD TVS Samsung Q9F
This year, Samsung is hell-bent on challenging the notion that OLED TVs are the best TVs money can buy. And the burden of proof has fallen to the company’s latest flagship, the new QLED series.
Available in three models, Q9F, Q8C, and Q7F, Samsung’s 2017 QLED TVs are still quantum dot-enhanced LED-lit LCD TVs, much like their 2016 SUHD brethren. The difference is that this year’s quantum dot material is strengthened by a metal shell and core, which purportedly leads to some significant picture quality gains.
According to Samsung, the flat Q7F and curved Q8C have a peak luminance of 1,500 nits, while the flagship flat Q9F in this review is able to hit a blinding 2,000 nits. All this is up from the 1,000 nits mustered by last year’s SUHD lineup.
Additionally, Samsung is boasting another world’s first for TVs: 100% color volume. This means QLED TVs are able to cover the wide DCI-P3 color gamut across the entire range of brightness levels, and not just at a certain luminance level. This is no doubt a swipe at OLED, which tends to drop the amount of DCI-P3 coverage once you crank up the brightness. Based on my testing, the flagship Q9F is able to display 99% of the DCI-P3 color gamut.
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Google I/O 2021
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SAMSUNG REPORTS PROFIT JUMP DRIVEN BY STRONG CHIP DEMAND
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