Samsung releases 2018 lineup of televisions in India

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Samsung releases 2018 lineup of televisions in India

In yet another exciting news about Samsung, the Korean tech giant has released its refreshed 2018 lineup in India. The lineup consists of their flagship QLED TVs, the mainstream UHD TVs and finally the ‘Make for India’ initiative’s Concert range of TVs.
Of all the launches, the most exciting one is probably the Samsung QLED TV range. The QLED range uses the Quantum Dot technology to display images that are sharper, brighter, more vivid and at the same time visible in any type of lighting conditions. The TV boasts of a billion colors+ colour depth, providing a wider colour spectrum than most displays out there. It also provides a very high dynamic range with the fusion of Quantum Dot technology with HDR 10+ standard. Be ready to be literally dazzled.

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And the good news doesn’t end there. The cable management is now a breeze with the inclusion of an almost transparent glass fibre cable which provides a signal as well as power from a separate box. It also has a beautiful ambient mode which allows you to set the TV’s standby wallpaper based on the environment and the wall behind it, while it displays useful information from a wide variety of widgets. The Samsung OneRemote works as a central remote for all your connected devices. The SmartThings app brings the power of IoT to the living room with the TV acting as a central hub for all IoT compatible devices. Oh, and it also brings the Bixby assistant to the Samsung QLED TVs.

Samsung releases 2018 lineup of televisions in India

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Coming to the UHD lineup, there is the Samsung Premium UHD series with a curved panel, which also supports SmartThings app and Bixby, and uses edge-lit LED instead of Quantum Dot technology. It also retains the HDR 10 and HDR 10+ support. The Samsung UHD series has a flat panel with PurColor technology for a wide colour gamut. There is no Bixby support but gives you an option of larger screen sizes.

The last but not the least is the Samsung Concert Series, with two different versions, the Smart Concert and Joy Concert. They are FHD TVs with quad 10W powerful speakers that really live up to their concert moniker. The Samsung Smart Concert provides access to media hubs such as Netflix, Youtube, JioCinema and Big Flix.
The all-new lineup for 2018 by Samsung seems promising and we hope to see more innovation in the future.

Author: Manik Pant.