Even in brightly-lit rooms, you see the world the way it is on the SUHD TV’s Quantum dot display. Advanced Quantum dot technology delivers a billion-hued spectrum that gives you breathtaking scenes full of colour. The SUHD TV has a peak brightness of 1,000 nits which is equivalent to the brightness of 1,000 candles. When compared to conventional displays it brings out 10 times more detail in both the darkest shadows and the whitest clouds. Ultra Black reduces reflection and glare. And being cadmium-free, it’s also eco-friendly.
Life lives in the details and that’s exactly what the SUHD TV provides with its High Dynamic Range. Delivering a peak brightness of up to 1,000 nits - hence the HDR 1000 tag - you’re able to see the whitest whites and blackest of blacks. And even in the most well-lit rooms, you’re able to see clearly all the detailed nuances a scene has to offer.
From the heat of a sun-drenched sidewalk to the chills from noticing movement in the thick darkness of the night, it all feels too real on the SUHD TV.
The world we see on our TVs should be as colourful as the worldå around us. Quantum dot displays deliver the range and precision in colour to make that happen. Using tiny Quantum dot particles as a light source, a billion different colour combinations are created to express the most realistic images on SUHD TVs’ 10-bit panels. That’s 64 times more colour expression than conventional 8-bit panel TVs, and a whole lot more life than what you’re used to seeing on the screen at home.
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