Samsung Micro-LED, Neo QLED, and The Frame TVs Unveiled at CES 2022

Published On: January 3, 2022
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Samsung Micro-LED, Neo QLED, and The Frame TVs Unveiled at CES 2022

Count on Samsung to spice up CES with cool new TV technologies including the much anticipated micro-LED displays.

Samsung Micro-LED, Neo QLED, and The Frame TVs Unveiled at CES 2022

By Author: Mark Henninger

Micro LED TVs in Three Sizes

You can always count on Samsung to spice up CES with exciting new TVs.

Micro LED is the Future of TV


2022 is looking great for advances in micro-LED, Samsung plans offer 110 inch, 101 inch and 89 inch micro TVs LED that support 20-bit grayscale, for next-level HDR performance. these TVs also cover 100% of the DCI and Adobe RGB color gamuts, They feature art mode for when they are idle and have a multiview feature that allows you to view up to four sources simultaneously. There's also built-in support for Dolby Atmos with side, top, and bottom speakers.

Count on Samsung to spice up CES with cool new TV technologies including the much anticipated micro-LED displays.

There is no other display technology available to Consumers that is as capable as micro-LED, and now Samsung offers it in sizes that are ideal for a residential setting such as the primary television in the living room, or and the case of the 110-inch model, an excellent option for dedicated home theater.

Neo Quantum Processor Powers Neo QLED TVs

Samsung of course has updated its lineup of Neo QLED TVs, improving overall performance through sophisticated processing courtesy of the Neo Quantum Processor.

A notable improvement is an increase in gradation from 12-bit to 14-bit. This increases the number of steps that the TV can use to control the backlighting from 4096 up to 16384. This will allow the 2022 Samsung Neo QLED TVs to express greater details in deep shadows and bright highlights.

The processor utilizes Shape Adaptive Light technology which analyzes lines and shapes and surfaces within the image and optimizes the output of the quantum mini LED FALD backlight. A separate but related feature called real depth enhancer recognizes objects against the background, and as the name implies, applies processing that creates a greater perceived sense of depth.



Count on Samsung to spice up CES with cool new TV technologies including the much anticipated micro-LED displays.


Samsung introduces an EyeComfort mode on 2022 Neo QLED TVs. This feature utilizes the built-in light sensor as well as awareness of sunrise and sunset based on location, it then gradually adjust the light output as well as the tonality of the image, creating a smooth transition from bright daytime operation to a more subdued nighttime picture that has reduced blue light levels.

Neo QLED is about more than just picture quality. Samsungs premium TVs offer built-in sounds that go above what you might expect from a sleek flat panel. The company says it is a major upgrade, building upon OTS (object tracking sound). The new OTS Pro adds up-firing speakers to the TV so that it can create height effects using reflected sound and therefore support Dolby Atmos directly and natively within the TV, no soundbar required.

4K at 144 Hz is a very gaming-specific feature that allows users to leverage the power of super-premium video cards. In 2022, some Samsung TVs offer VRR, ALLM, along with the maximum refresh rate of 144 Hz, which is something that you normally would see on a PC monitor, not a TV. This one's for the PC gamers out there—and only those with the very fastest rigs will be able to take advantage. Alas, the latest generation of gaming consoles has a 120 Hz Frame rate limit.

The Frame Gets a New Surface


Samsung's The Frame is a highly successful lifestyle-friendly TV that transforms into a customizable work of art when it is not showing video content. For 2022, the company has created a new Matte Display Surface that has anti-glare, answer your flexion, and anti-fingerprint properties. The texture of the screen is like fine art paper, avoiding telltale reflections that would give away the fact that is actually a TV. And since incredulous guests will try and touch it to see if it is real or not, it has anti-fingerprint properties. The Frame comes in a broad variety of sizes that range from 32" up to 85".

Count on Samsung to spice up CES with cool new TV technologies including the much anticipated micro-LED displays.

Samsung Updates its Smart Hub


2022 Samsung Smart TVs get a new Smart Hub experience that is hyper-focused on content curation and discovery. A sidebar allows for quick transitioning between categories such as media, Gaming Hub and Ambient Mode.

  • Gaming Hub: The Samsung Gaming Hub will empower players to discover and jump into the games they love faster through game streaming services. Players will have access to an extensive library of games through Samsung’s partnerships with industry leaders - NVIDIA GeForce Now, Stadia and Utomik – and that’s just the beginning.
  • Watch Together: The new app allows users to video chat with friends and family while watching their favorite shows and movies, guaranteed to bring everyone closer together.
  • NFT Platform: This application features an intuitive, integrated platform for discovering, purchasing and trading digital artwork through MICRO LED, Neo QLED and The Frame.
  • Smart Calibration: This feature allows users to fine tune the settings for optimal picture quality. Basic mode features a quick and easy way of calibrating the screens within 30 seconds, while Professional mode optimizes the screens for pristine picture quality in about 10 minutes.

Source: Samsung

“The role of the screen has changed dramatically in recent years with advancements in technology and how entertainment is distributed. With our new lineup of products, we are providing customers an entirely immersive video and audio experience that is customizable to their needs. Whether you are a movie buff, TV lover, gamer or even an art enthusiast, Samsung has leading-edge offerings that can enhance any room.”

Simon Sung, Executive Vice President and Head of the Sales & Marketing Team of the Visual Display Business at Samsung

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