Samsung Electronics unveiled that it is entering a “Quantum dot display era” with the first launch of its 2016 flagship SUHD TVs with Quantum dot display in Saudi Arabia during the month of August.
Samsung will also release its new lineup of SUHD TVs, ranging from 49 to 88 inches, for the Saudi market. In response to high levels of consumer demand for large and curved screens.
KeeWon Park, General Manager of Samsung Saudi Arabia explained that, “Samsung has adopted Quantum dot display for its 2016 SUHD TVs. Each of the nanometer-sized particles that comprise the Quantum dot display expresses precise and pure color, creating state-of-the-art picture quality that stands the test of time.”
Compared to its 2015 SUHD TVs, Samsung’s second-generation Quantum dot technology enables TVs to express more brightness with less energy consumption. All 2016 SUHD TVs now have 1000 HDR (High Dynamic Range) technology, with a maximum brightness of 1,000 nit, providing detailed images from a vivid color range, even when watching in bright daytime conditions.
“We are extremely looking forward to bring the best and latest in what TV technology has to offer for the Saudi market, allowing consumers to enroll in an unprecedented immense viewing experience with the best color, brightness, usability and design,” concluded Park.