Samsung goes from QLED to Neo QLED with new televisions that incorporate Mini LED technology for the first time

MADRID, April 27 (2021) –

Samsung has announced the availability in Spain of its new portfolio of televisions for 2021, in which the jump from QLED panel to Neo QLED, which incorporates for the first time Quantum Mini LED technology -up to 40 times smaller than traditional LEDs-, allowing a higher level of detail and more precise light control in dark or bright areas.

The Korean company has combined this technology with its Neo QLED 8K processor with artificial intelligence, which “analyzes and improves, pixel by pixel, image quality up to 8K, regardless of the original resolution,” explains the company. At the forefront of this new category of products is the QN900A television, which the company refers to as “the most advanced 8K television in the home television market“And the QN800A.

Also with models QN95A QN90A and QN85A, Samsung renews its portfolio of 4K TVs with this new Quantum Mini LED technology. Thanks to Samsung’s exclusive Quantum dot technology, Neo QLED TVs are capable of playing up to billion colors. In addition, thanks to 3D surround sound and Artificial Intelligence, Object Tracking Sound + technology allows sound to be reproduced only in the exact place where the action occurs.

“Samsung has been the market share leader in the second half of 2020; and this shows that the latest image technology has been a priority for many consumers in Spain, where television has been the epicenter of entertainment, “said Nacho Monge. Responsible for TV and AV Marketing at Samsung Electronics Iberia.

2021 is a very important year, as we foresee an increase in the demand for televisions due to the broadcast of the Olympic Games, the European Football Championship, the year of establishment of the new generation consoles and the importance that it has charged the television in the life of the people. According to a study conducted by IPSOS in Europe, 43 percent of people will buy a television to enhance their entertainment in the home”, has apostilled.


For those who want to enjoy their content in a large size, Samsung brings Premiere to Spain, the first projector launched by the company, in which it incorporates triple laser with 4K resolution. A compact design with which the company seeks to bring the Home Theater experience with the highest quality.

Samsung has a 60 percent market share largely (more than 75 inches) and wants to transfer that experience and good results to this new range of products. This projector offers a screen up to 130 inches spaced just 24 centimeters from the wall in which you want to reproduce the content and complete the experience with high quality sound with the speakers integrated in the product itself.

The company has also shown its The Terrace model, Samsung’s first outdoor TV, allowing consumers to enjoy the image quality and QLED technology, as well as the audio performance and smart features they have come to expect from any Samsung TV, in an outdoor environment. With the best anti-reflective technology, The Terrace is resistant to different weather conditions, thanks to its IP55 certification that protects it against water and dust.


Samsung continues to bet this year on its Lifestyle TV category, in which its iconic The Frame model, with which the company intends to transform television into a work of art that can be customized to suit the aesthetics and decoration of each home. This device has more than 1,400 original works of art for all tastes, without sacrificing QLED panel technology with 4K quality. The new model of The Frame incorporates the Slim wall bracket, which allows you to integrate the TV into the wall, as if it were a painting.

Also found in this category The Sero and the Serif, models with which the company continues to offer “a unique visual experience”. The Sero is the only television in the world that switch between landscape and portrait orientation, as any smartphone does. This format allows users to enjoy any content format and change the orientation of the screen, through the ‘mobile mirror’ function of their mobile. The Serif, for its part, is blurred as a decorative object at home and brings a sophisticated aesthetic to any space.

Finally, Samsung has presented the new Q Series sound bars, which have been developed at the Samsung Audio Lab in California and incorporate True Dolby Atmos. In addition, they include the exclusive Q-Symphony technology It syncs the audio from your Samsung TV to deliver enhanced three-dimensional sound and even measures your surroundings to project audio where it’s needed. These devices do not cancel the sound of the television, but add it to the audio power of the bar to achieve a three-dimensional sound.

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