Samsung Electronics on Wednesday said it introduced an 88-inch QLED TV in line with steps to expand its portfolio of premium televisions and its market presence.
Samsung said the quantum dot technology, which utilizes a film of semiconductor nanocrystals to boast far more vivid colors than liquid crystal displays (LCDs), is capable of enhancing viewers' experiences.
The tech giant also applied metalcoating to the quantum dot nanocrystals to develop what it calls "metal quantum dot" technology.
Samsung says that the Q9 features "superb picture quality and performance as well as a sleek design developed with consumers' living spaces in mind." The TV achieves 100 percent color volume and also offers "remarkable brightness" and a wide color gamut.
The QLED TVs Boundless 360 Design helps it elevate the ambience of the various rooms where it is placed, and its 1.88mm, transparent optical cable, known as the Invisible Connection, allows it to be connected to peripheral devices without the typical messy cables. A No Gap Wall-mount completes the QLED TVs flawless design by allowing the screen to be mounted flush against the wall.
The QLED TVs One Remote Control feature enables users to control the TV's connected devices through a single remote.