Samsung has just announced that its new Gamer TV will arrive in Brazil, the Neo QLED QN90B. It has an LCD screen and is the company’s most advanced model for those who like to enjoy higher quality and performance games. Here, the new TV comes with a 4-size option and also has news like Mini LED lighting.
Samsung’s new Gamer Neo QLED QN90B TV promises to bring more real images with more color and contrast, as well as important features for gamers such as a 144 Hz screen refresh rate, among other things. Learn more about novelty.
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The Samsung Neo QLED QN90B has gaming features
The Neo QLED QN90B was announced by Samsung earlier this year at CES 2022, and will finally hit Brazil for gamers. It can be found here in the 43, 50, 55 and 65 inch versions.
The 43- and 50-inch versions stand out as the direct competitors of the 42- and 48-inch C1 and C2 OLED OLED TVs. Both have a VA LCD screen, which ensures greater image contrast control and higher levels to deliver 100% color volume. This function is also improved when combined with quantum dots.
Another detail that makes the image even more realistic is the Mini LED lighting system, which replaces each conventional LED with an exclusive 40 Mini LEDs that can be turned on or off independently, and thus with more accurate blacks and, consequently, display images. the darkest scenes.
The TVs have a Neo Quantum 4K processor, which ensures excellent image and sound processing, as well as being responsible for smart features such as upgrading to 4K resolution. The operating system is Tizen, it has several applications installed and it also supports voice commands with Bixby, Alexa or Google Assistant. You can still use it to manage other smartphones with SmartThings, as well as make video calls with Google Duo.
They have a multi-view function, where screens can be split to show different content. Connectivity is due to Wi-Fi 5 Dual Band and Bluetooth 5.2. They also have 4 HDMI ports and one LAN port if you want to connect to the Internet via cable.
The new Neo QLED QN90B offers a beautiful and modern design, the Neo Slim, which brings a thin body to the environment for greater smoothness and its edges are very thin, almost imperceptible. The remote control is SolarCell, which helps to charge through ambient light.
They are also capable of playing HDR content in HDR10 +, Adaptive and Gaming modes, HLG streaming and HGiG games. The 53-inch and 50-inch Neo QLED QN90B TVs also feature Quantum HDR 1500 technology, which provides a maximum brightness of 1,500 nits when playing this type of content.
Another noteworthy thing is that they offer 4K resolution to deliver the highest quality, in addition to the 144 Hz refresh rate that makes images faster and faster.
This speed is also enhanced in image creation and game response thanks to AMD FreeSync Premium Pro technology, which allows consoles and video cards to be synchronized with the screen, creating fast and seamless frames. .
FreeSync sync is also maintained at a low frame rate (below 48 FPS) thanks to the TV’s gaming capabilities. Another notable feature is the low-latency automatic mode, which already activates game mode when it detects a connection to a computer or console. This ensures that the commands that the peripherals run are not delayed.
In terms of audio, the Neo QLED varies depending on the QN90B version. In the 43-inch version, it has a 2.0-channel system with a power of 20 W. In the 50-inch version, it is switched to a 2.2-channel system that already has a power of 40 W. Both offer Dolby Atmos spatial audio. technology. For those who want a more complete experience, it’s still possible to connect with Samsung’s soundbar system.
Larger versions have some differences
Large 55-inch and 65-inch versions see most of these features in smaller versions. The difference is that these models do not offer 144 Hz at a screen refresh rate but 120 Hz. HGiG and HDR and LED Clear Motion for gaming are also missing to reduce motion blur. It doesn’t even have Dolby Atmos.
One improvement, however, is that they offer Quantum HDR 2000, unlike the smaller 1500 models, which is capable of delivering a peak brightness of 2,000 nits instead of 1,500. The sound system is also more advanced, with both 4.2.2 channels and 60 W of power.
price and availability
The new Samsung Neo QLED QN90B is already on sale on the Samsung website and various retailers. Suggested prices are R $ 5,999 for the 43-inch version, R $ 6,499 for the 50-inch version, R $ 7,499 for the 55-inch version and R $ 11,399 for the 65-inch version.
Until June 30, anyone who buys the 43-inch or 50-inch Samsung Neo QLED QN90B TV models can choose one of the promotional packages to get rid of the free products. Options include a Bundle 1 with a Samsung HW-Q600B soundbar, a Bundle 2 Bundle 2 with a DualSense PS5 controller and a Logitech G935 gaming headset, and a Bundle 3 Xbox Series X | S with two controllers and a Logitech G935 gaming headset.