This will be the teles of 2022, according to the CES

Less public, less exhibitors and less activity but the CES of Las Vegas remains the CES of Las Vegas and that means, that, with permission of the omicron varian

This will be the teles of 2022, according to the CES

Less public, less exhibitors and less activity but the CES of Las Vegas remains the CES of Las Vegas and that means, that, with permission of the omicron variant, the large consumer electronics manufacturers are presenting this week many of the televisions We will see in stores throughout the year. For 2022 there are important news that will be translated not only in better image quality but also in higher screen sizes for households.

Size is what Samsung promises. One more year, the Korean brand has taken Las Vegas its televisions with micro LED technology, in which each point of the image is formed by small red, green and blue color LEDs. This same technology, roughly, is the one used in many large screens of stadiums and concert halls. The difference is that these LEDs are small enough for the final screen to have an acceptable size for a home.

Still, we talk about exceptionally large televisions. Samsung has shown at the CES new models of 89, 101 and 110 inches that not only offer good color reproduction but now, too, do Dolby Atmos sound.

For smaller sizes Samsung will continue betting on QLED technology, which uses an LED matrix as a backlighting system. The new televisions we will see this year with this technology, baptized as Neo Qled, will have a higher level of brightness and more control over it, with 16,384 of intensity levels, four times more than the previous generations of QLED.

Samsung screens will win this year, too, a new interface with a game mode (Gaming Hub) that gives access to the main cloud entertainment systems such as Stadia or GeForce Now. They will also include a platform for NFTS with which to discover, buy and market digital works of art to see on the screen.

The company has also announced new versions of their "Lifestyle" televisions such as The Frame, a screen designed to reproduce works of art and that has frames that remind them of a painting. This year it will be available in sizes of 32 to 75 inches but, perhaps more important, it will include a matte finish and an anti-flowing treatment to give a sensation more like being seeing a printed image.

The other Korean giant of the image, LG, is completely focused on OLED, a technology that allows you to dispense with a backlighting system on the screens since each point of the image emits its own light. Thanks to this property it is possible to achieve greater contrasts and blacks completely dark in the image.

For this year LG will expand the catalog of these screens with much more varied models. The company has led to the CES an OLED screen of 97 inches, the largest manufactured to date, but also a 42-inch model, the smallest it has manufactured so far.

These screens will count, like most and televisions announced at this CES, with support for HDMI 1.2A, a new version of the HDMI protocol (the most common way to connect video players, consoles or sound bars to the TV) that adds better support Color in HDR (videos with high dynamic range).

Sony has joined the best of two technologies in this CES. This year will launch the A95K market, a screen built with a panel that has called QD-OLED. It is an OLED that relies on the same technology of quantum dots that QLED TVs use to achieve greater brightness and saturation in colors. This combination will allow A95K to keep the high contrast of OLED but with better chromatic reproduction.

The new model will be the flagship of its catalog for 2022 and will be available in a wide variety of sizes, but the company will maintain conventional OLED televisions for lower price ranges. You will also have two ranges of screens with Microled technology and a conventional LED model destined to the mid-range.

Sony, in addition, will include a webcam as an accessory in some of the most advanced televisions. This camera will allow you to detect the user's position and direct the sound or alert children if they have sat too close to the screen. The camera can also be used in video call applications and can be blocked or disassembled completely from the screen for greater privacy.

Updated Date: 06 January 2022, 13:24

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