By 2022, Samsung has committed to expand its Voice Guide feature, which provides audio guidance for deaf and low-vision people. Today, South Korean Firm Samsung Electronics unveiled its 2021 portfolio of Neo QLED, MICRO LED and Lifestyle TV displays during its first ever virtual first look event ahead of CES 2021. The 2021 adds new features such as line caption moving, sign language zoom and multi-output Audio. The firm has introduced a new display technology which will be Neo QLED for its flagship 4K (QN90A) models and 8K (QN900A) model.
Samsung designed the Quantum Mini LED to be 1/40 the height of a traditional LED. Instead of using a lens to diffuse light, and with a package to fix the LED, the Quantum Mini LED has incredibly thin microscopic layers filled with many more LEDs. Samsung’s 2021 Neo QLED 8K and 4K models offer smart features such as smart trainer, super ultra-wide game view, game bar, Google Duo and PC on TV.
During and after workouts, Smart Trainer provides feedback on the form, helps you count your reps, and estimates calorie burn. The super ultra-wide game view gives gamers the option to play not only on the wider 21: 9 aspect ratio, but also on the ultra-wide 32: 9 ratio. And the game bar lets players quickly monitor and adjust important aspects of the game.
With Google Duo, consumers can use their phones to initiate high-quality, high-speed video calls, which can include up to 32 people. PC on TV on Samsung devices allows consumers to connect a PC to a TV, enabling them to work and learn from home through a TV screen with a connected mouse, keyboard, and PC. Consumers can use MS Office 365 directly through TV’s web browser to create and edit documents.
Samsung has made Micro LED available in traditional TV form factor for the first time. The new Micro LED line uses micrometer-sized LED lights to eliminate backlight and color filters used in traditional displays. It is self-illuminating, producing stunningly lifelike colors and glowing through its 24 million individually controlled LEDs.
Samsung’s 2021 portfolio takes its TV category to new levels with its latest Framework. Since launching in 2017, The Frame has redefined television, showcasing stunning works of art, with more than one million units sold. The 2021 edition builds on the frame’s innovative heritage, providing a more customizable experience in a slimmer form.