With the arrival of next-generation consoles by the end of this year, Samsung has already done its job, optimizing its new generation of QLED TVs with gamers in mind.
“In recent years, the global console gaming market has expanded rapidly. As consoles make their way into more homes, people’s perceptions of their televisions are changing. Now, consumers are beginning to see their TVs as gaming devices, and they’re witnessing first-hand how factors like high image quality, audio, and low input lag can combine to take your gaming experience to the next level. “
According to the company, this translates into offering HDMI 2.1 connectivity along with Adaptive Sync, something necessary when the TV offers a 4K @ 120 FPS panel, and that is that console manufacturers even went so far as to indicate that games would reach the platform that would reach such resolution and framerate (with backward compatibility they have it easy). Along with this, you could not miss the AMD FreeSync Premium technology to enjoy the smooth flow of stuttering and tearing.
On the other hand, the company says that its new Samsung QLED TVs will offer a low input lag of 9.8 milliseconds (9.8ms), the TV will automatically activate Game Mode to add a reduction in Motion Blur (motion blur), It also adds Dynamic Black EQ to highlight the darkest areas of a game, the Multi-View PiP possibility to divide the screen in two and you can continue playing without problems, and the inclusion of a more immersive sound system.