Powered by a new 4K HDR Processor X1 Extreme, the Backlight Master Drive system makes use of an ultra-dense LED structure, a unique local dimming algorithm and optical design to deliver deeper black and unprecedented brightness for an LCD TV.
The Samsung KS9000 SUHD TV features a quantum dot-enhanced 4K display, HDR support at a peak brightness of at least 1,000 nits, and a redesigned Smart Hub that includes a clever remote. Does that mean Samsung has a winner on its hands? We find out.
LCD TVs today are vastly different from LCD TVs we had 10 years ago, both in terms of design, capabilities, and picture quality. And recently, Samsung has unveiled what it called 'SUHD' TVs. What is SUHD and how is it different from your typical 4K LCD TV? We give you the lowdown.
Led by the super-slim and curved KS9000, Samsung's 2016 'SUHD' 4K TVs sport an improved quantum dot display and a high brightness of 1,000 nits for effective HDR rendering. More details after the jump.
What happens when HDR meets OLED? Well, let's just say it's a sight to behold. If you're the kind that settles for nothing less than the very best, know that LG's 2016 OLED TV fleet is about to hit retail, including the oh-so-nice Signature G6.
Compatible with all HDR formats, including Dolby Vision, LG’s newest Super UHD TVs also come equipped with IPS 4K panel technologies, including ColorPrime Plus, Billion Rich Colors, and more. More details after the jump.