Respect for Samsung Company No. 1 Thank you for bringing this to the world Tired of the weak OLED.
Anonymous, 10 Dec 2020Quantum dots oled , exactly what the tvs of LG and Sony have used for years. Samsung always l... moreIt is not oled it is micro led and it is the real thing oled it is bad and people who bought oled from today understand that they made a mistake and they are in big trouble Samsung is the big respect boss
AnonD-940827, 10 Dec 2020Consumer ready? Ok, then I'm expecting to see this on the market, for max 2000$.! Otherwi... moreI can't believe its only 4k... we've made 8k ultrawides before.. 8k is the norm now, everything else is just a 1/4 or less version.
AnonD-940827, 10 Dec 2020Consumer ready? Ok, then I'm expecting to see this on the market, for max 2000$.! Otherwi... moreDream on. If you can't get a 77“ OLED for less than $3000, You're not getting a 110" microLED for $2000.
I heard on tech bytes on ABC this morning the CRAZY price of .... Ready for this sh@t? $100,000 for 110" TV. It's not consumer ready or friendly for that matter.
fruitcake, 10 Dec 2020Watched a video on you tube about these tvs,and there not cheap at all,and there is two Samsun... moreQuantum dots oled , exactly what the tvs of LG and Sony have used for years.
Samsung always late ....
Consumer ready? Ok, then I'm expecting to see this on the market, for max 2000$.! Otherwise it's still not consumer ready.!
Samsung should stick to making fridges. Samsung TVs do not support various apps, like Peacock Premium for example, and chimes incessantly when you walk past, due to issues with the smart view app, and only allows mirroring at an annoying infrequencing...
theRajeshV, 10 Dec 2020You can hardly call something that's likely to cost $60k+ 'consumer grade' :PIts priced at $156,000
Hundred and fifty six thousand Dollars.
To become mainstream the price must become $1500
At 110" screen size, it should have been 8k instead of 4k.
Watched a video on you tube about these tvs,and there not cheap at all,and there is two Samsung groups trying to create microled tvs,but it will take a few years before they come available on normal size tvs,so only the massive size tvs will be using this,so do not get excited at all about this,QD-OLEd tvs might be next from Samsung
didn't think a consumer grade one would show up so soon. definitely one to keep an eye out for, if only to see what needs improvement because it seems like one of the concerns right now is that it scales downward poorly.
For home cinema, i would have thought a home projector would be better for your eyes? as the light is less harsh than a TV?
Anonymous, 10 Dec 2020Does it have to be 110"? Can't they make a 42" that'd fit in most lounges? You didn't read the article did ya? lol