If you’ve been one of the lucky few and managed to get your hands on a PlayStation 5 or Xbox Series X, now is the time to consider buying a new TV. Samsung’s latest Neo QLED TVs were unveiled earlier this year and hit stores this month. Along with a new design and improved screen, the Korean company boasts that their Tellies are the perfect companion for anyone who owns a next-generation console.
This is because they were the first in the industry to receive the “Gaming TV Performance” certification from the Association of German Electrical Engineers (VDE) in Germany.
Well, it’s likely that you’ve never heard of VDE, but this German company is the only organization in the world that combines science, standardization, testing, certification and application consulting under one roof.
This coveted seal of approval puts Samsung in pole position when it comes to playing games on the big screen. The Neo QLED televisions are praised for their low input delay, which refers to the period from which an electrical signal is sent from the gamepad until when it is displayed on the screen
A TV with a lower input delay offers gamers an even more immersive gaming experience.
The Neo QLED also achieved good results for their high dynamic range with a brightness of more than 1,000 nits.
This HDR technology can make light scenes brighter and dark scenes darker to provide optimized contrast which, in turn, is better suited to playing those top-notch titles.
Aside from these features, there are a few other tidbits that gamers might love including Wide Game View and Game Bar, both industry firsts that offer a wider 21: 9 and 32: 9 viewing experience and the ability to quickly review a variety of Game information.
According to Samsung, the 3Neo QLED TVs with Motion Xcelerator Turbo + deliver fast game movements at 120 Hz even during the game with a fixed user interface. The sound has also been enhanced by AI-based surround sound and Object Tracking Sound (OTS +) and offers the ultimate immersive gaming experience.
Commenting on the new televisions, Yonghoon Choi, executive vice president of the visual display business at Samsung Electronics, said, “More and more gamers are looking for large screens with high-end picture quality when buying a TV, and Samsung continues to lead the TV-centric gaming experience. “