Samsung is set to launch QD-OLED TVs, CES awards them with its innovation award

Yesterday we reported that Samsung did not include QD-OLED TVs in its official CES display PR, but now it turns out that the company did bring its QD-OLED TVs at CES - as the event organizers awarded the 65" QD-Display TV with its Best of Innovation' 2022 award.

The CES text reveals that Samsung's TVs will support 144Hz refresh rate, four HDMI 2.1 inputs and Samsung's 2022 Neo Quantum Processor. We did not see the actual TV yet, and Samsung did not reveal any launch plans yet.

Here's the official text from CES:

Samsung’s 65 QD-Display TV is the world’s first true RGB self-emitting Quantum Dot OLED display—revolutionizing TV by combining the contrast levels of RGB OLED with the color and brightness of quantum dots for ultimate visuals.

The QD-Display TV combines a groundbreaking new QD-OLED display with Samsung’s gorgeous Infinity One Design and immersive Object Tracking Sound technology. It’s built with our 2022 Neo Quantum Processor for superior image quality, while boasting a 144Hz refresh rate and four HDMI 2.1 inputs—both wins for gamers.

With impeccable visuals, sound, and speed, the QD-Display TV represents the next frontier in home entertainment.

Posted: Jan 04,2022 by Ron Mertens