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CES 2022: Sony Launches the World’s First QD-OLED TVs

Picture quality higher than that of OLED TVs promised, a face-off with Samsung’s models all but certain

Quantum Dot OLED TVs are coming to market this year, but — for reasons unknown — Sony managed to announce its own models before Samsung, despite the fact that the latter is providing the former with the necessary screens. Tactics, maybe? (Image: Sony)

Whoever said that tech events have to be predictable or boring? In an unexpected turn of events, it is actually Sony, not Samsung, the manufacturer that announced the first QD-OLED TV in the world…




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Kostas Farkonas

Kostas Farkonas

Veteran journalist, project kickstarter, tech nut, cynical gamer, music addict, movie maniac | Medium top writer in Television, Movies, Gaming |

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