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The electronics manufacturer from South Korea could launch a transparent OLED next year. The idea was presented by LG Display at the beginning of this year. According to the company, LG Electronics would only have to think about how the design of this TV should turn out. 

Although the company already offers transparent OLED signs sold by its Business Solutions Company, with Xiaomi someone else is already a pioneer on the TV market. The Chinese company already released the Mi TV Lux with a transparent panel in 2020. Regardless of a surely high selling price, such a project could push the development in this field and thus make it more marketable.

Source: The Elec

The TV market seems to be increasingly aware of the fact that 8K devices are lagging behind in terms of sales success for various reasons, and first manufacturers like TCL seem to have finally realized this. Meanwhile, the focus seems to change. Thus, attention could increasingly go to a display that is as smooth as possible and free of streaks.

Instead of additional 8K TVs, which only attract a few consumers, there is now more and more interest in 4K240. However, what has already found its way into monitors would first have to arrive in the TV landscape. Apart from a few exceptions with 144 frames per second, 120 hertz is still the measure of all things. 

At CES2023, for example, Samsung showcased the first OLED-based TV panel with an input signal of native 240 hertz behind closed doors. Laptops and monitors with such a high frame rate were already launched at the end of 2022. An additional will follow later this year. 

TCL will launch a TV with 240 hertz at half the vertical resolution via VRR before the end of this year. Whether LG Display will follow suit at this point is only a question of time. Advantages are mainly in the field of post-next-gen consoles and sports broadcasts.

Source: Flatpanelshd

The Chinese electronics manufacturer TCL announced an expansion of its portfolio at CES 2023 in Las Vegas. According to the published press release, a QD-OLED was mentioned that will be launched this year. Now the picture has been retracted by the company. 

At the time, the corresponding passage was mistakenly included in the press release. TCL will thus continue to focus fully on mini-LED technology. Since Philips has not yet made an official announcement in this area – despite recently expressed interest and an evaluation – Samsung and Sony remain the only two manufacturers with QD TVs on the market for now.

Source: Flatpanelshd

This year, Samsung plans to add new 4K as well as fresh 8K TVs to its Neo QLED portfolio again. This includes the QN900C, QN800C, QN700C models coming up from the 8K segment and the UHD lineup with with the QN95C, QN90C and QN85C. High-end models will have more dimming zones than their predecessors, further minimizing the blooming effect.

Within the 8K devices, a 12K mini-LEDs backlight will be used with control of up to 1300 zones. Samsung also emphasizes the TVs’ “14-bit processing and AI upscaling,” but only in relation to the backlight controller and not the LCD panel. So far, however, it is unclear whether the TVs will also support HDMI 2.1 QMS.

Source: Samsung Newsroom

Signify, formerly Philips Lighting, has announced the Philips Hue Sync TV app at CES 2023, which will be available exclusively for Samsung TVs. The app will be compatible with Samsung’s upcoming generation of TVs, as well as all previous year models starting with the Q60B, including the 8K range.

The software will allow Philips Hue LEDs to be color-matched to the content of TV shows or movies by tapping into the image signal on the phone and using that to control the lights. An external HDMI Sync Box is not required, but use of the interface requires payment of a 130 euro fee.

Source: Samsung Newsroom

Sony has unveiled the second generation of its PlayStation VR headset during its CES 2023 press conference, designed specifically for use with the PlayStation 5. The long-awaited virtual reality headset, dubbed PlayStation VR2, features eye-tracking, haptic feedback in the VR2 Sense controller, 3D spatial sound, and a feedback function.

The features of the VR2 Sense Controller, which offers haptic feedback from the triggers, are particularly noteworthy. With these new features, Sony aims to improve immersion and realism in the virtual environment and take the user experience to a new level.

Source: Sony YouTube Kanal

The TCL electronics group will launch two new product families this year. The S-series includes entry-level models, while the Q-series will offer TVs from the mid- and high-end class. The flagship of the Q series is the QM8, which has more dimming zones and higher peak brightness than its predecessor. Later this year, TCL also plans to release an additional screen with up to 3000 nits and 5000 dimming zones.

Source: TCL

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