After giving us a glimpse at its Q9S 8K AI-based concept TV at the CES earlier this year in January, Samsung has today announced Samsung Q900R 8K QLED TV lineup during its presentation at IFA 2018 in Berlin.
This new Samsung Q900R 8K QLED TVs will be available in four different screen sizes — 85-inch, 82-inch, 75-inch, and 65-inch. According to the company, it produces real 8K resolution and the display panel is capable of peak brightness of 4,000 nits. The company has also confirmed that Q900R’s color range encompasses 100% of the DCI-P3 digital cinema spectrum.
It allows TV to produce four times more pixels than a 4K UHD TV and 16 times more pixels than a Full HD TV. It also supports the newer HDR10+ format backed by Samsung and Amazon. The technology can upscale content from streaming service, set-top box, HDMI, USB or even mobile mirroring. It comes with Samsung’s proprietary 8K AI Upscaling technology, which is based on artificial intelligence and uses Quantum Processor 8K, it recognizes and upscales the content to appear in 8K quality.
The company has retained several features of its current QLED screen, including the ability to automatically recognize connected devices; One Invisible Connection, which a single optical cable that handles power and video inputs; and an ambient mode. It also comes with smart enhancements, such as the Universal Guide that provides personalized recommendations to find content.
The South Korean giant has announced that the Q900R series will be available for purchase in September. As usual, the company has announced the pricing details, which will be revealed when the TV goes on sale.