As a reminder, we had published the information collected verbally from several journalists (confirmed by others on several websites) following a light peak measurement carried out live, on QD Oled / QD-Display TV screens (see our CES 22 news> QD Oled Samsung Display, brighter and more colorful than the Oled? The proof in figures…).
QD Oled / QD-Display, light peak at 1,500 nits
The latter displayed a little more than 1000 nits on a 10% white window against about 800 nits for an Oled Evo panel (see our complete test of the LG OLED65G1 TV), which gives a brightness about 25% more important for the QD Oled vs Woled. According to Samsung Display, the peak light is expected to reach 1,500 nits for a 3% window (figure not confirmed via measurement).
Similarly, Samsung Display claimed 90.3% coverage of the Rec. 2020 gamut. for 55 '' and 65 '' QD OLED TV panels and 80.7% of Rec. 2020 for the 34 '' monitor panel. As a reminder, Woled LG Display panels display around 72% of Rec. 2020. Finally, the quality of blacks was announced equivalent (at least) to that of TV Woled.
QD Oled / QD-Display, official Samsung Display presentation
Obviously, these figures deserve to be confirmed but it is very promising. Today, after the doors of the CES show in Las Vegas 2022 have closed and the notes and photos taken and sent by the AVCesar.com correspondent on site have been fully analyzed, pictures are being published from the official Samsung Display presentation.
QD Oled TV Panel / QD-Display Ultra HD 8K? It's possible!
As a reminder, again, the QD Oled / QD-Display panels are Ultra HD 4K 10 bits / 144 Hz specimens for TVs, 175 Hz for the monitor. Samsung Display indicates that it is easy, if necessary, to display an even more important refresh. Finally, be aware that Samsung Display has mentioned the possibility of manufacturing QD Oled / QD-Display Ultra HD 8K panels, according to the requests of its customers. However, these still require a development time (relatively short according to a Samsung Display representative) to fully master the reduction in pixel size. It is indeed necessary to "accommodate" a little more than 33 million on a UHD 8K panel, against 8.3 million on a UHD 4K panel ... But nothing impossible, we have been assured.