Samsung's next-gen QNED TV technology moves a step closer to launch

Samsung Display has patented the construction of its next-gen QNED display technology, which means the South Korean massive might be close to launching its first-ever QNED TV.

Core patents exposed by means of UBI Research (by means of theelec) counsel that Samsung Display is "wrapping up" building at the QNED mission, having presented some clever engineering that ensures "screen uniformity". 

The patents also seem to reveal how QNED (Quantum Nano Emitting Diode) stacks quantum dots (tiny man-made crystals) and color filters on a thin-film transistor. Unlike OLED presentations, the QNED pixel electrodes and electrode lines are perfectly aligned for uniform regulate.

Samsung introduced its first-ever Neo QLED Mini LED TVs earlier this yr and is closely rumoured to be launching new QD-OLED TVs in 2022, however the arrival of QNED TVs may just carry the trade's best image high quality yet. 

According to UBI Research, Samsung believes the tech will offer a higher colour gamut and better brightness than OLED, the (relatively) affordable high-end show technology advanced by way of rival electronics massive LG. 

Rumours that Samsung Display has a prototype QNED panel in a position to show off were circulating for months, so lately's news isn't a main marvel. That stated, there is nonetheless no definitive phrase on when Samsung will announce its first-ever QNED TV. Could it's 2022? It's possible, however the technology may just arrive with a very dear ticket. 

In the period in-between, those searching for a futuristic Samsung TV would possibly want to consider the firm's 76-inch MicroLED TV.

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