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LAS VEGAS, NEVADA – JANUARY 3, 2016 – Samsung Electronics today announced its new QLED TV series – Q9, Q8, and Q7 – during the company’s 2017 product unveiling, held at the Keep Memory Alive Event Center in Las Vegas.

“2017 will mark a major paradigm shift in the visual display industry, ushering in the era of QLED,” said HyunSuk Kim, President of the Visual Display Business at Samsung Electronics. “With the advent of QLED TV, we provide the most true-to-life picture on screen. We have been successful in solving for past inconsistencies in the viewing experience and consumer pain points while redefining the fundamental value of TV.”

Samsung’s Best Picture Quality – Ever
With picture quality remaining a top priority for consumers around the world – especially as the average TV continues to increase in size, Samsung’s 2017 QLED TVs represent yet another leap forward.

The new lineup offers dramatically improved color performance, displaying DCI-P3 color space accurately and – in another world first for Samsung, QLED TVs are capable of showcasing 100 percent color volume. This means they can express all colors at any level of brightness – with even the subtlest differences visible at the QLED’s peak luminance – between 1,500 and 2,000 nits.



Color volume presents color that can be expressed at different levels of brightness. For example, a leaf can be perceived as different colors from yellowish green to turquoise, depending on brightness of the light. Samsung QLED TV display can capture even subtle differences in color pertaining to brightness. This kind of color detail cannot be easily depicted in the traditional 2D color space models.

This breakthrough is a result of Samsung adding a new metal material to its nano-sized semiconductor Quantum dots, which dramatically improves color accuracy and luminance efficiency.

The new metal Quantum dot material enables the QLED TV to express deep blacks and rich detail regardless of how light or dark the scene is, or whether the content is being played in a brightly lit or darkened room. Furthermore, Samsung’s QLED TV can generate peak luminance as high as 1,500 to 2,000 nits of brightness, with no impact on its ability to deliver accurate and impeccable color. With the new Quantum Dot technology, brightness no longer has to be compromised to boost color performance, which is also maintained regardless of how wide the viewing angle may be.

https://news.samsung.com/us/Samsung...Entertainment++with+QLED+TV+Ahead+of+CES+2017

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So I can't find the answer to this anywhere, are these still an edge lit display? If so that's a major downfall. I can't stand the blooming issues and backlight bleeds with edge lit displays.
 

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