Television bezels are on the way to being a non-necessity, as aptly demonstrated by South Korean electronics giant Samsung. Confirming what was previously leaked, Samsung has launched a new television that is almost entirely bezel-less, offering a glimpse into the future of television design and aesthetics. The Samsung Q950TS 8K QLED television has been unveiled at CES 2020, as well as new curved gaming monitors ranging in size from 27 inches to 49 inches as part of the Odyssey range.
Samsung’s big launch at CES from its television division is undoubtedly the Q950TS television, an 8K QLED TV with an almost bezel-less design. The TV boasts a 99 percent screen-to-body ratio by Samsung – much higher than anything in the market right now. It was previously reported that Samsung would indeed launch bezel-less television, and the final product comes closer to this vision.
In addition to being an 8K QLED TV with such a high screen-to-body ratio, the new Q950TS television also has a slim design, which is said to be only 15 mm thick for the entire display panel. Television pictures show that it will have a stand behind it, with a thin strip of non-screen space at the bottom.
The TV will also feature Samsung’s new Quantum processor 8K, true 8K resolution, Tizen smart interface and improved sound for image processing and upscaling. Little is known about television including pricing and available sizes, but it is likely that the TV will only be available in sizes of 75 inches and above.
Samsung has also launched the new Odyssey G9 and Odyssey G7 curved gaming monitor. While the Odyssey G7 is available in 27-inch and 32-inch screen sizes, the Odyssey G9 is a massive 49-inch monitor with a 32: 9 aspect ratio and a resolution of 5120×1440 pixels. Both options have 1000R curvature which Samsung claims is a more immersive gaming experience.
The South Korean company made several announcements at the CES 2020 kick off, in addition to the launch of its flagship TV and gaming monitors. Samsung has announced a new privacy app for users for its smart TV, which has an easy way to see if data is being collected and select it, as reported Engadget.
Samsung’s other announcements include new screen sizes for The Frame and The Wall Television, as well as news that the company’s unique rotating sero TV – which can be used horizontally and vertically – outside South Korea this year Will go on sale
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