Samsung launches smart TV with features long-awaited by gamers; See price | TVs

Samsung announced the launch on Tuesday night (14) Neo QLED QN90B In Brazil. The smart TV is aimed at the gamer audience, with features such as 144Hz refresh rate, ultra-widescreen simulation and Mini LED technology. At the suggested price BRL 5,999 The 43-inch version of the TV also has AMD FreeSync and Dolby Atmos audio support. The QN90B will follow the QN90A, which was released in 2021.

“TV Gamer” was officially introduced to live company with gamers and influencers. It comes out as an alternative to the competing LG OLED C1, which also has features aimed at gamers and sells for Rs 5,192 in the 48-inch version. The competing model has a maximum refresh rate of 120 Hz.

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Samsung launches smart TV with features long-awaited by gamers; See Price – Photo: Disclosure / Samsung

The QN90B was announced in four size variants: 43, 50, 55 and 65 inches. The first two have a screen with a refresh rate of up to 144 Hz, while larger models reach up to 120 Hz. Higher performance is enjoyed by gamers on PCs that support the feature, allowing for smoother and more fluid images in action scenes. With FreeSync support, the TV should be able to synchronize the frequency with the source equipment, preventing “tears” in the image.

Another feature aimed at gamers is the ultra-wide screen simulation. Useful for increasing the field of view in first-person games, for example, functionality allows you to display images in aspect ratios of 21: 9 and even 32: 9, in addition to the standard 16: 9. The option is available in the games menu, which also gives access to information such as Input lag And real-time frame rate.

Samsung Neo QLED Q90B is available in four sizes – Photo: Handout / Samsung

The sound system is supported by Dolby Atmos on Channel 4.2.2 in 55 and 65 inch versions. Is 60 W RMS power, the ability to add audio to a branded sound bar. The 43-inch model has a system with 2.0 20 W RMS, while the 50-inch version delivers 2.2 channels at 40 W RMS. In terms of images there is HDR10 + support, but in the absence of Dolby Vision. Not to mention the presence on Samsung TVs.

Partnership between Microsoft and Samsung lets you play Xbox games without a console – Photo: Disclosure / Xbox

Recently announced by the manufacturer, the new Gaming Hub also comes on the QN90B. From June 30, users will be able to play live on TV without the need for a console, until they subscribe to the streaming service. The news, which will be available on all brand models released in 2022, includes a recently announced partnership with Microsoft – Xbox games will be available live on TV.

The Q90B has a bid price of 5999 R $ 43 inches; For 6,499 R $ 50 “; 7,499 R $ 55” and 11,399 R $ 65 “you can see 5,865 R $ .35 The TVs are in pre-order and will be available in stores in July.

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