Business

Samsung 100% colour volume for QLED television verified

SAMSUNG says its claim of a 100% colour volume television has been officially verified.

The 2017 QLED TV, first unveiled at CES 2017, received verification from world-class testing and certification association, Verband Deutscher Elektrotechniker (VDE), for its ability to produce 100 percent color volume.

Samsung says VDE provided verification for its QLED TV based on the organisation's expertise in color volume testing.

The verification is a mark of the QLED TV's ability to provide a consistently high quality picture to viewers.

Samsung says color volume, which is the exacting standard of color expression, measures two elements of the TV with three-dimensional space - the color gamut and the brightness level.

The color gamut looks at the largest amount of colors that can be displayed physically.

The peak brightness represents the display's maximum brightness level. The larger the color gamut and the higher the brightness, the bigger the color volume of the TV.

The QLED TV's expanded color volume results in more realistic, accurate and vibrant HDR images as the director or content producer intended, in both bright and dark scenes, Samung said.

'100 percent color volume' presents color that can be expressed regardless of the different levels of brightness,'' said JongHee Han, executive vice president of the visual display business at Samsung Electronics.

 "For example, a leaf can be perceived as different colors, from yellowish green to turquoise, depending on the brightness of the light.

"The Samsung QLED TV can capture even the subtlest differences in color pertaining to brightness - something that is not easily depicted in traditional 2D color space - thus deliver the most true HDR picture quality as the director intended..

With a peak brightness of 1,500 to 2,000nit, the QLED TV can express 100 percent color volume.

Samsung's QLED TV uses a new metal Quantum Dot material - making it possible for the TV to express a significantly improved range of color and peak brightness with much greater detail compared to conventional TVs.

The new Quantum dots also allow the Samsung QLED TV to express deep blacks regardless of how light or dark the scene is, or whether the content is played in a brightly lit or dark room.

Best of all, QLED delivers this level of performance no matter where the viewer is sitting, offering consistent color and quality from any viewing angle.

"The '100 percent color volume' verification awarded to Samsung's QLED TV signifies the excellence of our product and its revolutionary picture quality.

"As the global TV market leader for 11 consecutive years, we are thrilled to be leading the TV industry into a world of Quantum dot-powered displays featuring the best available picture quality," said JongHee Han.
 

Topics:  games and gadgets samsung television



Date nights under $50

ACCORDING to The Bachelor falling in love involves helicopter rides, private jets, shopping trips, and we mustn’t forget the hot tubs.

Brisbane's arts and culture events centre stage

You loved the film, now you're about to love the musical. Don't miss The Bodyguard The Musical in Brisbane this July.

THE arts and culture events you don't want to miss.

Homewares stores to fulfil your Instagram dreams

No Caption

You too can become an Insta-star with these fab stores.

Top 10 Brisbane experiences to cross off your bucket list

Do yourself a favour and get amongst the food truck scene. Eat Street is a great place to start.

A GOOD bucket list doesn’t have to span continents or cost millions.

Six mega sporting events you need to be at this year

Don't miss all the action trackside this season.

IF THERE is one thing Brisbane does damn well, it’s play host.

Insider’s guide to the best rooftop bars

Eleven Rooftop Bar is one to put on your hit list.

SEE the world from a different perspective...

Where to get your hands on the best wings

Try out these bad boys at Buffalo Bar.

IS THERE anything better than a wicked bowl of chicken wings? Nope.

Late night party pooper slapped with $800 fine

LIGHTS OFF: Man convicted of trespassing after switching off power to a house in Clifton.

27-year-old convicted for trespassing

Warwick pumped for petrol station expansion

SET TO GROW: Southern Downs Regional Council have approved an application by Liberty Oil to change the current unmanned diesel station to a commercial petrol station.

Service station rebuild to increase activity at Wood St business

Prime CBD location now up for grabs

OPPORTUNITY: The building on the corner of Grafton and Guy Sts has had a complete makeover and is ready for a new tenant.

Owner Steve Lee said the huge floorspace would suit a bulk retailer

Local Partners

How true-blue train driver became a TV star

As season two steams along on Foxtel, fan reactions still surprise Australia’s most recognisable train driver Bernie Baker.

Conviction for Snapchat body shaming of elderly woman

Dani Mathers was arrested after snapping a photo of a naked, elderly woman in a US gym and posting it on social media. Picture: Supplied

Model convicted for secretly snapping and posting a naked gym pic

What's on the big screen this week

 Kaya Scodelario and Johnny Depp in a scene from Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Men Tell No Tales.

JACK Sparrow faces an old foe and Sam Worthington stars in The Shack

Rebel Wilson says she didn’t have to lie to make it

Rebel Wilson fronts the media on day two of her trial.

I'm not glamorous, but that doesn’t make me a liar

All bets on Judah to win battle to become the Voice

Judah Kelly from The Voice.

Judah Kelly is the clear favourite to win the competition.

Kim Kardashian slammed over Manchester tribute

Kim Kardashian's tribute to Manchester didn't go down well

Top Gun 2 movie is happening, Tom Cruise confirms

Tom Cruise in a scene from the movie Top Gun.

TOM Cruise delights fans with announcement on Sunrise.

How Toowoomba house prices compare in Australia

For sale sign in front of home.

Here's what $700,000 will buy you in Toowoomba, Brisbane and Sydney

One of Maryborough's most historic homes is still for sale

FULL OF HISTORY: Trisha Moulds is owner of the historic Tinana state known as Rosehill. The beautiful home is currently for sale.

It has been the scene of both joy and tragedies over the years.

The face of the Sunshine Coast's overpriced rental crisis

Alyx Wilson had to rent a $385 unit in Currimundi because the market was too competitive for cheaper rental housing. She is now renting a room from friends who own a house in Currimundi, and says its much more affordable.

Young people feel the strain in competitive, expensive rental market

WATCH: Take a tour of a tradie's dream home

5a Bruce Hiskens Court, Norman Gardens, going for $720,000. INSET: Lea Taylor.

Huge block with potential for anything

Ready to SELL your property?

Post Your Ad Here!