These are the new Sony, LG and Samsung TVs that will hit stores in 2020

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These are the new Sony, LG and Samsung TVs that will hit stores in 2020

Sony’s teles for 2020

Sony TV 2020

The Japanese manufacturer has brought quite a few novelties as far as image is concerned, and has completed its presentation with several models with r8K and 4K. As you can see below, it seems that the 8K resolution has finally arrived to stay, although we will see how the problem of the content available to users evolves.

But let’s go to the interesting thing, so let’s talk about the hardware. These new models stand out for the incorporation of X1 Ultimate processor, which is responsible for improving the image by analyzing the scenes and calibrating the adjustments by zones, depending on what we see on the screen. The technology has also been included Pixel Contrast Booster to improve the performance of OLED panels and offer more natural and rich tones in detail.

We already know how Sony spends them in what calibration Image is concerned, so with these new models I would not do less. Draws attention to the incorporation of modes Netflix Calibrated and IMAX Enhanced (only in some models), which are responsible for offering a studio image quality to match the conditions sought by the creator. In addition, with Ambient Optimization, televisions will calibrate the image and sound according to the distribution we have in the room, since it will adjust the brightness by increasing it in illuminated rooms and reducing it in the dark, although the most surprising thing is that it detects objects and elements such as curtains and furniture to calculate the rebound of sound and perfectly configure the acoustics of your living room.

The flagship is the ZH8 8K Full Array LED, a model available in 75 and 85 inches with 8K resolution and compatible with 4K resolutions at 120 fps.

The most advanced OLED model is the A8 4K OLED, in versions of 55 and 65 inches. It has two subwoofers and X-Motion Clarity technology for OLED.

The A9 OLED 4K It is a smaller 48-inch model ideal for those looking for OLED in smaller inches. It has the technologies of its older brothers, so it is a very interesting option for those looking for a smaller format.

The XH95 4K Full Array LED They are the LED option for 2020, and will be available in 49, 55, 65, 75 and 85 inch versions.

There will also be a lower version XH90 with the X1 HDR processor, and there will only be versions of 55, 65, 74 and 85 inches.

Already reaching the range closest to the rest of mortals we do not encounter the XH85, 4K models in 43 and 49 inches with X1 HDR processor; the XH81 4K at 43, 49, 55 and 65 inches; the XH80 4K (43, 49, 55, 65, 75 and 85 inches); and the X70 4K in 43, 49, 55 and 65 inch versions, the latter being the only one with the X-Reality PRO 4K processor.

At the moment there is no news about the prices or the launch date, so we will have to wait until the manufacturer decides to announce it.

LG teles for 2020

LG TV 2020

From LG we already know that he is a bearer of OLED technology, so at this year’s CES he has wanted to continue expanding his fame and has decided to bet on the 8K resolution. Such is the approach to OLED that the brand has presented no less than 13 models with this technology. Among them, three especially stand out, the artistic range GX Gallery, the 8K models in 77 and 88 inches and the new 43-inch OLED panel.

The OLED and 8K NanoCell models feature the new third generation Alpha 9 processor, which is responsible for improving the image on the screen with the help of artificial intelligence, obtaining images with the perfect calibration as we are witnessing content such as movies, games and sports.

The most striking models go through the new GX Gallery with 4K resolution and available in 55, 65 and 77 inches. They offer a very striking aesthetic thanks to their extreme thinness (20 millimeters in the case of the 65-inch version) and have a wall anchoring system that makes them look like a painting. The other models that stand out for aesthetics are the WX Wallpaper (65 and 77 inches ultrathin) and the new OLED R 65RX with roller panel technology.

If we go to 8k, LG has brought to Las Vegas two versions of 88 and 77 inches, the OLED ZX Real 8K, which are nothing more than the staging in OLED format of the resolution that could be the protagonist in 2020.

Continuing with more OLED we have the update of the ranges CX Y BX, 4K UHD versions available in 77 (CX only), 65 and 55 inches, although possibly the best news for many is the arrival of a 48-inch OLED model, perfect for shorter stays.

Range NanoCell It also receives new additions in this 2020, and with the Nano99 and Nano97 the 8K resolution comes in 75 and 65 inch versions respectively.

As if that were not enough, 12 of the OLED models presented have NVIDIA G-SYNC compatibility, so they will be perfect to offer an excellent gaming experience when using them with a PC.

The Samsung Teles for 2020

Samsung TV 2020

The other protagonist in the world of televisions is Samsung. The Korean manufacturer has decided to focus the 2020 towards the design, and for this it has presented the television with the highest percentage of screen in the market. It has also shown the new micro LED solutions and lifestyle models with global launch.

On the one hand, the 8K has a lot of weight in the Samsung ranges, so the new QLED 8K They come with everything. Include processor Quantum 8K with AI to offer intelligent scaling based on learning artificial intelligence. Like Sony models, Adaptive Picture technology optimizes the screen according to the environment conditions.

The QLED range is headed by the new Q950TS QLED 8K TV, the first Samsung TV to offer 8K resolution and an invisible bezel that allows to obtain a screen and body ratio of 99%. This helps to have a very immersive visual experience where the screen seems to float in front of us.

The Sero It is a TV with a vertical nature that we could see a few months ago in Korea, but now plans its distribution in the rest of the world. It is a screen with social intentions, since it has a system that rotates the panel 90 degrees to display vertical content such as social networks.

Another of the technologies that Samsung has been betting on for several months is the microLED These modular screens allow us to create screens of 75, 88, 93 and 110 inches, eliminating visible frames and allowing us to create original combinations.

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