South Korean tech giant Samsung has introduced a new series of Samsung QN85C TVs equipped with Mini LED matrices. New products can be pre-ordered on the official Chinese website of the manufacturer.
The cost of the 55-inch model is 1170 dollars. The 65-inch panel is priced at $2,510. A TV with a 75-inch display will cost $3,690. The most expensive version with an 85-inch screen is offered for $4,725.
Mini LED panels use quantum dot matrix technology, which achieves accurate hue reproduction in dark and bright scenes. The graphics are controlled by a proprietary Neo QLED 4K processor that supports deep learning algorithms. By optimizing literally every frame, the chip provides the highest picture quality.
Samsung QN85C TVs are ideal for video games as they support 4K resolution and 120Hz refresh rate. In dynamic scenes, the panels show low latency, while using image blur compensation technology. The series also features AMD FreeSyncPremiumPro technology.