How do you take the 4K video format, with its monster resolution, and make it even better? Without going to 8K, which is the rumoured next step, that is? Well apparently Samsung’s gone and done it, with the introduction of their SUHD TVs.
Samsung’s SUHD TVs, of which their JS9500 is the first to the marketplace, are technically just UHD TV screens but there’s a bit of a difference with them. They’re packing some tech not found in the early models of 4K screen and this is going to impress anyone who has waited for the first wave to pass before committing themselves.
Samsung’s introduced new LED backlighting to their SUHD range, as well as improvements to HDR (High Dynamic Range) and WCG (Wide Colour Gamut). The result of these tweaks? Improved colour gradients that were previously reserved for cinema-grade equipment and these are being found in Samsung’s TVs.
We haven’t actually seen the tech here in South Africa yet so if you want a better rundown of what Sammy’s SUHD TVs mean for television technology, hit up the source link below.
Source: Digital Trends