The Samsung Unbox and Discover event was held on Tuesday, and the company released a new series of TVs, monitors and sound bars. These TVs include Micro-LED, Neo QLED and lifestyle TVs, while monitors include smart monitors, the new Odyssey G9 gaming monitor and 75-inch interactive display FLIP. In terms of audio, the company launched a new 2021 Q series soundbar model, which includes Q-Symphony technology and supports multiple voice assistants.
Samsung held a virtual Unbox and Discover event to showcase its 2021 video and audio product lineup. It brings new TV models, including Micro-LED TVs, Samsung Neo QLED TVs and TVs for daily use. Starting with the Micro-LED option, Samsung will provide 110-inch and 99-inch models worldwide from the end of this month. There will also be an 88-inch model this fall, and a 76-inch model planned to be produced in the future. Samsung’s Micro-LED TV comes with 4Vue (four views) technology, which allows users to watch up to four different sources at the same time.
The Korean electronics giant first introduced Micro-LED technology in 2018, and its modular screens can be arranged together to form a large display. Now, Samsung is making Micro-LED technology more commercial.
New Samsung Neo QLED TVs and QLED TV models using Quantum Mini-LED displays and Samsung Neo Quantum processors will also be introduced. Samsung has renewed partnerships with Xbox in the United States and Canada to provide a better gaming experience with 4K resolution and 120fps support. These TV models will have a response time of 5.8ms. Samsung also cooperated with AMD to introduce Freesync Premium Pro to the Neo QLED and QLED product lineups. Some new features have been added to the Samsung Health Plan, such as Smart Trainer, which uses AI to analyze posture and provide real-time feedback. The 2021 lineup of Neo QLED TVs and QLED TVs will include QN800A and QN900A 8K models, which will be available in 65-inch, 75-inch and 85-inch sizes. The 4K QN90A and QN85A models will start at 50 inches.
Samsung’s Frame TV will also undergo some upgrades in 2021. It will be equipped with 6GB of storage space instead of 500MB, and the company has partnered with NAVA Contemporary and Etsy to obtain more original artworks. Now, the slim size of the TV is only 24.9mm, and new installation options are provided through the Slim Fit wall mount. My bookshelf is a new background option for The Frame TV and will be available in 55-inch, 65-inch and 75-inch options later this year.
At the event, Samsung announced a new triple laser 4K projector called “Premiere”. The projector has a “minimalist design”. It will be a short-range projector that can be placed away from a wall or screen. Approximately 5 inches or farther away. Samsung has also upgraded The Terrace outdoor TV with IP55 protection rating and will be equipped with a 75-inch Full Sun model, which will be launched around the summer.
When it comes to the display, Samsung will bring its Smart Monitor, which can provide functions such as Wireless DeX and Apple AirPlay 2 without a PC connection. It also has Wi-Fi and Bluetooth connectivity and can be streamed directly on the display. The Odyssey G9 gaming monitor has also been refreshed with Quantum Mini-LED display and 1000R screen curvature. The 75-inch Samsung interactive display FLIP is a 4K display that supports touch input. The 75-inch model is the latest member of the product series, which already includes 55-inch, 65-inch and 85-inch models.
Speaking of audio, Samsung has also updated the 2021 Q series product lineup, which uses Q-Symphony technology and can be used with supported Samsung TV models to provide the best experience. The new Q950A soundbar will be the top option, it has 11.1.4 channel sound, Tap Sound connectivity, and supports multiple voice assistants including Amazon Alexa and Bixby.
As of now, Samsung has not shared prices for new devices, but more details and availability will be announced in the coming weeks.
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