Today, at its Virtual Unbox and Discover 2021 event, Samsung formally announced the full line of 2021 TVs and soundbars, and shared news that it will bring the 76-inch version of its MicroLED TV to the US market in the future. The company replicated many of its previously announced models and specs, including 8K and 4K Neo QLED TVs, including mini-LED backlights and a new, full-sun version of its Terrace Outdoor TV. Samsung also said that it plans to roll out support for TikTok on all of its 2021 Smart TVs later this year. Everything here is announced by Samsung.
MicroLED TV gets smaller
One of the biggest pieces of news coming out of CES 2021 was Samsung’s announcement that its MicroLED technology had gone from being a display that could only be installed by professionals – and in very large sizes – to completely self-. Sufficient funds for (with someone) vested TVs) could buy and install itself.
Samsung reiterated that it would start selling these MicroLED TVs “for home” later this year, with 110- and 99-inch sizes later this month, a fall of 88 inches in size and 76 in. Will launch. The model that has no specific release date, but the company says it “is on the road map of the future.”
All four sizes of MicroLED will have 4K resolution and feature 4Vue – a system that lets you split the screen into four different sources of content that can be viewed simultaneously (which gives us something serious) Back to the future ii Vibes). No other technical specs or price for these TVs were discussed.
Neo QLED game found
Samsung previously announced its mini-LED-powered Neo QLED TVs, which will be available in 8K and 4K versions. Today, the company talked about its renewed partnership with Microsoft, which makes Samsung the official TV partner of the Xbox Series X in the United States and Canada.
The popular gaming console is expected to work seamlessly with the Samsung Neo QLED and QLED TVs, which will support 4K gaming at 120 frames per second, and with a 5.8ms response time.
On the gaming front, Samsung says that its partnership with AMD means that all of its TVs, Q70A 4K and above, will have FreeSync Premium Pro support for both PC and console games, offering them the market to offer. Makes first TV. Advanced flavor of variable refresh rate (VRR) technology.
The company noted that its new game bar would also be a boon for feature gamers, allowing them to quickly monitor important aspects of the game and give them access to Super Ultra Gameview. This feature allows the TV to display an Ultraside aspect ratio, which is normally supported only by the UltraTide Gaming Monitor.
Samsung’s 8K Neo QLED models (QN800A and QN900A) will be available in 65-, 75- and 85-inch sizes, while 4K models (QN90A and QN85A) will come in sizes over 50 inches.
Ultra-short-throw (UST) projectors are steadily increasing in popularity and the epidemic has given a major boost to these devices. Samsung’s Premier is a triple-laser UST projector that boasts 4K resolution, which according to the company is an industry. It can display a size as large as 130 inches, only a few inches from the wall.
Samsung also plans to offer a custom motorized roll-up screen for the premiere, so that you are staring at a large, blank projector screen while not watching TV or movies.
Health gets smarter
Samsung Health launched last year as a suite of apps running on the company’s smart TVs. This year, what Samsung Health can do with the company Smart Trainer is using Smart Trainer AI to analyze your posture and provide real-time feedback to improve your look, using an optional camera sold separately. Does because you follow the instructional video.
Frame gets a shelf
Samsung’s The Line of Life-style-oriented TVs have been popular with those who want something other than a large black rectangle when not actively watched on TV. If different subscriptions are available for downloading and viewing works of art, and Samsung is expanding both the type and storage of art in 2021.
Frame models see an increase in local art storage from 500 MB to 6 GB (enough space for 1,200 4K images), while a new AI-based curation engine recommends art based on your preferences, so you’ll have consistent The updated selection may be a collection of over 1,400 pieces of art at Samsung’s Art Store.
Samsung is also upgrading The Frame’s physical decor game. The 2021 model is thinner than 24.99 mm and features a new slim fit wall mount, along with five new bezel options. But the big surprise is My Shelf, an accessory that frames the frame with a series of shelves that can be used to give the TV an even more decorative feel. My shelf will be released later this year in four different colors – beige, white, brown, and black – and will be compatible with the 55-, 65-, and 75-inch sizes of the frame.
Sero is getting AirPlay 2 support later this year to allow users of iPhones and iPads to pair their devices with rotating TVs. Cleverly, when you change your phone from portrait to landscape, The Sero will automatically rotate your screen to match the new orientation.
The terrace meets the sun
In 2020, Samsung launched its Terrace line of weather-resistant outdoor TVs in 55- and 65-inch sizes. This year, a new 75-inch size Terrace joined the lineup, and Samsung says it is designed to withstand full sun conditions. In practice, this means that its panel is protected for up to 6 hours in sunlight at 700 watts and up to a maximum of 104 degrees Fahrenheit.
The sound gets bigger
Samsung also reminded us that its soundbar efforts have not taken a back seat with the arrival of its HW-Q950A in 2021, a massive 16-channel system that works with Samsung’s Q-Symphony feature. Does. Q-Symphony allows Samsung’s compatible TVs and soundbars to collaborate on audio, using all available speakers that can provide even more sound than a TV or soundbar.