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Samsung makes reflections less visible on QD-OLED television

Samsung makes reflections less visible on QD-OLED television as Samsung's QD-OLED panel is provided with a kind of anti-reflection coating.

TV expert Vincent Teoh has posted a video on Twitter in which he points a light at both Samsung’s QD-OLED television and LG’s conventional OLED television. The lamp is on the QD-OLED television less clearly visible and so we can conclude that Samsung uses a new technique to minimize the annoying reflections on OLED televisions.

Samsung’s QD-OLED panel is provided with a kind of anti-reflection coating, or rather an optimized structure of the printed OLED pixels. This ensures that the light is diffused and reflections from lamps and objects are kept to a minimum. Samsung is doing everything it can to outperform competitor LG with its improved OLED technology. QD-OLED should already provide a higher brightness and better color reproduction, but the South Korean manufacturer also focuses on fewer reflections.

It is not yet known when Samsung will release its first QD-OLED television, but it is good to know that Sony uses the same panel, developed by Samsung. The Sony A95K QD-OLED TV announced last week should therefore have the same technology for minimizing reflections.

 

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