They will be released in the first quarter of 2023.
At CES 2023, Samsung has unveiled a new generation of 2023 Neo QLED TVs. They are based on advanced Mini-LED technology and are available in 4K and 8K resolution screens, featuring higher brightness, better color reproduction and new software features than their predecessors.
Samsung’s top Neo QLED TV, the QN900C, features 8K resolution, a QLED panel with 14-bit Mini-LED backlighting and a peak brightness of up to 4000 cd/ m2 . Contrast has also been improved with improvements to the 8K Real Depth Enhancer Pro and Shape Adaptive Light algorithms. Backlight local dimming zones have been increased from 36 (on last year’s 8K TV) to 1000. Older movies and TV series will look better on newer TVs thanks to an algorithm that converts SDR content to HDR for an overall improvement in brightness, color and dynamic range.
Also in the lineup is the QN935C TV. It features a 4K QLED panel with Mini-LED backlighting, a redesigned power supply, a tiny bezel, and a chassis that is less than 20mm thick. Newer TVs also have speakers on top, providing quality sound.
Samsung TVs still lack support for Dolby Vision HDR. They are compatible with HDR10, HDR10+ Adaptive and HLG. AI Sound Reshaping technology uses artificial intelligence to change the sound associated with each object on the screen. These TVs are also equipped with a new version of Q-Symphony, which uses the TV’s neural processor to help compatible soundbars deliver better sound quality.
Samsung’s new line of Neo QLED TVs also have Matter and ZigBee hubs built-in so you don’t need to buy a dedicated SmartThings Hub controller. Users can control all SmartThings, Matter and ZigBee compatible smart home devices from the TV. SmartThings automatically syncs devices you add to the Alexa and Google Home apps, so you can control all your smart home devices right from your TV.
Samsung’s new high-end TVs also come with a newer version of the TizenOS operating system, feature the Samsung Gaming Hub with cloud-based game streaming services such as Amazon Luna, Microsoft Xbox Cloud Services, Nvidia GeForce Now, and Utomik. Players can stream games in 4K resolution and view multiple content at the same time.
Samsung has yet to announce a release date for the new TVs, but they are expected in the first quarter of 2023