HDR is the key to lifting the experience
It is obviously that the experience about the environment through the eyes has the best colors, the highest smoothness and resolution. However, since human beings can store and generate animated images, we always try the best to get the highest images quality, which means the image is as close as what we see. Having modern molecular technology, people are gradually making use id smaller size materials, enhancing resolution and bringing experience. Moreover, semiconductor technology creates faster processing chips that make the movement
Showing a wider spectrum of colors, making images look more beautiful will depend on both the material and the technology that can be reproduced. The HDR standard in recent years has become an effective measurement tool for evaluating the color quality of display devices. By asking for the widening of the color spectrum of TVs, TV brands will have to find ways to keep up with this standard and users will increasingly enjoy color performances. The colors are brighter and more realistic.
In order to evaluate an HDR experience, a TV needs to show two closely related elements, the contrast and the color. To get a high contrast, the darker shadows of the image must be clearer. Moreover, when the color of the image is sufficiently expressed and detailed, the images on the TV will become more authentic and accurately describe the colors and scenery as in real life. In order to have a high contrast, the range of colors must be very detailed, and for a detailed color gamut, one needs a screen capable of delivering extremely intense intensity of light, especially with a perfect black color. QLED technology is the best and most complete way to get a TV set up to HDR up to 1,500-2000 nits. Quantum dot technology is capable of reproducing absolutely 100% of the color range, the highest in the market today, especially the ability to completely turn off the color molecules that make QLED available.
The 100% color reproduction capability of the Samsung QLED TV sets a color standard on TV, which is certified by the Verband Deutscher Elektrotechniker (VDE).
QLED’s brightness of 1500 nit to 2000 nit makes this technology even better in color. For every single thing, Samsung’s QLED technology has officially taken the lead in HDR market, meaning that the image experience will be the best.
What will the user benefit from HDR on QLED?
Having an impressive display of the image will greatly benefit the users. The films seen on QLED will be portrayed more by the producers, the surrounding environment will also be more and more detailed in the light, weather, wind, water, etc.
That would also be true for the photos, especially for those who enjoy high quality photos, the requirement for HDR is also what they will get with QLED. A bit more specific, gamers will also enjoy the brilliant and accurate experience of the context and environment they are participating in, helping them become more immersive with their story. And even designers who want to showcase their work on QLED, 1 billion colors are helping them have the most accurate and diverse color product.
Along with the HDR standard, Samsung’s QLED color palette will be particularly appealing, promising a true visual experience for the user.