What’s good about this smart TV?
This TV’s QLED panel is superior to a traditional LED display for one simple reason. LEDs are light-emitting diodes (hence the abbreviation in English), but the “Q” on the front indicates the addition of quantum dots to the technology. In other words, by using these quantum dots, the TV can deliver a wider color gamut and improvements in overall picture quality.
These dots are semiconducting nanocrystals that emit light in specific colors when stimulated by a light source. In QLED TV, quantum dots are used to enhance color reproduction.
To understand this in practice, just compare it to a regular LED display and see that it makes a huge difference. QLED TVs generally offer high brightness, which is great, for example, for avoiding screen reflections when watching in well-lit environments.
4K refers to a screen resolution that has approximately 4,000 pixels in the horizontal dimension, resulting in an overall resolution of approximately 3,840 x 2,160 pixels. In practice, this means a sharper picture – in fact, about four times sharper than a simple Full HD TV, which has a resolution of 1920 x 1080 pixels.
You’ll be able to see more detail in images and smoother lines, making the visual experience more immersive.
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