Most people in the United States and other markets are still on the precipice of making the jump from high-definition TVs to 4K ones, but Samsung is already de-emphasizing 4K in its 2020 lineup in favor of 8K TVs. Reports
Recently, Samsung’s most attractive high-end TVs have been its 4K QLED models. And those TVs have arguably been some of the highest-quality LCD TVs out there, bested in many tests only by LG’s OLED lineup (and besting the OLEDs in some others).
HDMI 2.1 ports are critical for future-proofing. And in this TV technology, local dimming zones are a key metric for everything from contrast to HDR performance. This means that TV buyers who want the very best quality but don’t care about 8K or OLED will probably have to look to another manufacturer like Vizio, even though Samsung has recently been a leader there.
The 8K models will carry the monikers Q TS, Q TS, and Q 900 T. 4K models will include Q (T, Q) (T, Q) (T, Q) T, and Q T. The Q 980 TS was revealed at CES, and we covered it previously ; it’s the “bezel-less” design that acted as the flagship for Samsung’s consumer lineup at the show.
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