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Samsung and TCL announce mini LED-backlit TVs with 144Hz refresh rate

Samsung and TCL are releasing small LED-backlit TVs this year with a refresh rate of 144Hz. Last year’s models went up to 120Hz. A higher refresh rate has advantages when used with computers. The controllers support up to 120Hz.

Samsung uses 144Hz panels in a file New QLED TV 2022. This pertains to 8k models and 4k versions, which will appear in sizes from 55″ to 85″. The 2022 model numbers will have a B in the name, last year the name was A. And the serial numbers are the same too.

2022 models will get four HDMI 2.1 ports and support 14-bit HDR mapping. With 2021 versions, this is done at 12-bit resolution. New models can adjust the level of illumination of LED lamps to 16,384 levels, compared to 4,096 levels in their predecessors.

The date and cost of Samsung’s new QLED TVs have yet to be announced. the cheapest last year’s modelThe 55-inch version costs 999 euros at the time of writing, the 8k version is the most expensive, and the 85-inch QN900A costs 9,999 euros.

Italian Serie A 2022 models, 144Hz 2021 models, 120 Hz Formats
New QLED 8K TV QN900B
QN800B
QN900A
QN800A
65 inch, 75 inch, 85 inch
65 inch, 75 inch, 85 inch
New QLED TV 4K QN95B
QN9XB
QN85B
QN95A
QN9XA
QN85A
55″, 65″, 75″, 85″
50″, 55″, 65″, 75″
55″, 65″, 75″, 85″

TCL also comes with 144Hz TVs

in ad TCL . writes To launch 144Hz TVs this year as well. However, no details were disclosed about it. Just like the Samsung models, these are LCD TVs with small LED backlights. TCL talks about “more than a thousand” dimmable areas. Later in the first quarter, TCL will announce more 144Hz TVs.

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Minined vs microled vs you

Compact LED TVs, as manufacturers often call them, are LCD TVs with backlighting from thousands of tiny LEDs. These TVs have thousands of dimmable zones, allowing for high contrast. Contrast is not as high as with OLED, QD-OLED and microLED. These technologies use an individual light source for each pixel. However, mini LED backlit TVs achieve much higher brightness than OLED alternatives. MicroLED TVs achieve both high brightness and infinite contrast, but they are not yet aimed at consumers due to the very high prices.