Samsung has unveiled its highly powered 2018 QLED TVs in Ghana to enhance user experience and connect them to their home devices.
Vishwas Saxena, Business Leader of Samsung Electronics, West Africa said, Samsung’s 2018 QLED TVs are the most cutting-edge and contemporary designed TVs, based on the modern consumer’s lifestyle.
“As such we are proud to say that our consumers will be able to enjoy their content and how they interact with their devices on a redefined level,” he said.
The QLED TVs powered by Artificial Intelligence (AI) come with a stunning picture quality, a one invisible connection, an ambient mood, and a Smart Things app.
Stunning picture quality: Samsung’s QLED TV gives consumers an unrivaled viewing experience, due to its new Direct Full Array feature.
This feature uses a panel with zones of smartly controlled back lighting that adjusts automatically to deliver deep black and pure whites.
This reduces blooming and halo effects and enables deeper contrast, with inky blacks and brilliant whites.
The QLED TV features Ambient Mood; an energy-saving function which allows the TV to elegantly display images as well as real time information like the weather or news.
The ambient mood function enables the TV to mimic the pattern on the wall behind the TV, to create an astonishing visual effect.
The TV also comes with a One Invisible Connection: This helps elimate cable clutter.
With this innovation, consumers can easily transport their Samsung QLED TVs, avoiding the tiresome process of reorganizing tangled lines.
The QLED TV features a Smart Things App: This feature also gives users greater control over their home devices by connecting them to their home devices.
It gives them access to a variety of apps conveniently through an intuitive menu.
Samsung’s 2018 TV edition features nine series across the QLED TV, Premium UHD, and the UHD display range which are available in different prices.
According to the company, its product lineup will be available from October 2018, at their various Samsung Brand Stores.— Tech Voice Africa