Samsung has made advances in its Neo QLED TV technology, shown at the 2022 Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas.

The 2022 Samsung Neo QLED 4K and 8K TVs will include Shape Adaptive lighting technology which can analyse the lines and shapes of onscreen objects and control the shape of the light produced by the microscopic LED backlights. The result is more accurate brightness and clarity of objects, as well as higher contrast HDR.

The Neo Quantum Processor helps achieve improved picture quality and works with the backlight unit to produce increased brightness and greater control of the light source.

Another key feature is the Real Depth Enhancer which uses a multi-intelligence picture quality algorithm for increased immersion and realism.

The new Eye Comfort Mode automatically adjust the screen’s brightness and colour temperature through a built-in sensor and sunrise/sunset information to help protect viewer’s eyes.

“Screens are continually evolving and offering consumers new ways to use them in their everyday lives. Our TVs are getting smarter, and their uses are becoming more versatile as we shift into the next normal,” Samsung Electronics Australia vice president of consumer electronics, Jeremy Senior said.

“Bigger screens, optimal sound quality and state-of-the-art picture quality remain of the highest priority for consumers as they look for premium at-home experiences.

“Last year we introduced Neo QLED – a TV technology that offered Australians high quality brightness and colour to expand their viewing experience. This year our 2022 Neo QLED TVs are even better; Quantum Matrix technology, which controls the brightness level of each LED, now uses AI to control the shape of the light in real time enhancing the accuracy of all shapes on the screen.”

This article was written in collaboration with Tech Guide’s Stephen Fenech who travelled to Las Vegas with support from LG, Samsung and Hisense. (Photo credit: Tech Guide)