Samsung unveils QLED TV without undesirable visual effects

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SAMSUNG Electronics Co. Ltd, released it all new QLED for 2018 with modern and evolutionary features. The screen is considered the most durable and advanced screen in the world.

The requirements for TV displays are made ever more demanding by technologies such as High Dynamic Range (HDR). The risk of putative burn-in is of particular concern to TV customers in the premium segment. To see if displays stand up to the exacting performance requirements, the TV experts from video and connect Testlab carried out certification test concentrated on QLED TV’s HDR content display quality, these tests are based on the Information Display Measurements Standard (IDMS), an international norm for panel measurements.

Samsung’s QLED TVs passed the stress test and received the certificate for ꞌno burn-inꞌ and ꞌno afterglow. The testers performed measurements on Samsung QLED TVs to check their putative burn-in effects, which may be caused by static picture elements. These effects, also referred to as ꞌmemory effectꞌ, ꞌghostingꞌ, ꞌimage retentionꞌ, ꞌsticky imageꞌ or imprecisely as ꞌburn-inꞌ.

Ismail Yoon, President of Samsung KSA, said that: “We in Samsung believe in accommodating to the ever changing needs of our customers. Consequently, this has caused us to come up with the most innovative solutions. We would like to thank our customers for putting their trust in our products and being our primary supporters and therefore assisting us in winning the most sold screen in the world for the 12th-year in a row.”

The measurements showed that the tested Samsung QLED TVs remained unaffected by the rigorous tests.

To emphasize its leading position, Samsung has issued a 10-year warranty for a QLED screen free of afterglow. — SG