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What's the best TV tech in 2021? | QNED Vs QLED Vs OLED

 QNED Vs QLED Vs OLED । What's the difference?

Anyone who's bothered to shop for a new tv. Recently will know only too will that there's an absolute mess of jargon and abbreviations to battle your way. Though I mean frankly it's enough to drive you to drink or at least it would be if the previous several months hadn't already done a pretty bloody good job of accomplishing that mission. And just when you think you've figured out your OLED,S and your QLED,S along comes LG to bigger us about some more. As the South Korean manufacturer is getting ready to release its first batch of QNED TVs . All right, so the burning questions are what actually is QNED?. What's so bloody great about it?. And how does it stack up against existing OLED and QLED teddy boxes. The hard facts get your booze of choice already. Because it's about to get real. Let's start with a super brief reminder about OLED and QLED TVs.


So all that you may remember stands for organic light emitting diodes. And the big whoop here is the ability to switch individual pixels on or off when required as each pixel has its own source of light. Compare with those traditional OLD LCD TVs which rely on a separate bit of backlighting. The result is that all their TVs boast super sharp contrast. Sometimes termed infinity contrast with proper deep blacks and zero light bleed. That pesky light bleed that often causes a sort of halo effect that looks. A bit crap and viewing angles are also much improved versus those older LCD teles. So the upshot is that oleds serve a proper gorgeous visuals. And while they used to be crazy expensive like I'm talking. Not just selling your own internal organs but most of your extended families. This days you'll often find OLIVE TVs at much more respectable price. So just a couple of your cousin's kidneys should do the job.



Now a few years back Samsung decided to shake things up a bit with its very own Teletech. Which it called QLED. Which stands for quantum dot light emitting diodes. So technically it should be called q de lead. But whatever not nitpick or anything. Despite sounding very similar to OLED. QLED is actually more akin to those traditional LCD TVs. Because instead of each individual pixel having its own source of backlighting. Q-LED pixel share a source of light. This means that contract isn't as strong on Q-Led TV compared with the best OLED screen out there. But Q-LED display really aren't far behind these days. In fact some of the new Q-Lites that Samsung showed at CES 2021. Like the absolute unit that is the 85-inch neo an 900 sport what is known as mini leds. These are 140th the size of previous incarnations. So you can expect a lot less light blade and therefore much sharper contrast. Samsung's Q-LED tech boasts seriously vibrant visuals as well we're talking really poppy punchy in your face colours. Not to mention stronger brightness levels compared with OLED screens as well. I've got to say on the new QLED TVs that Samsung is busy showing off right now. Those viewing angles are looking nice and wide too. So the gap in visuals is definitely narrowing and of course Q-LED does have some advantages. But of course take a whole bunch of OLED TV's and Q-LED TV's side by side. You will notice a significant difference in the picture quality. That's because it's not just the type of backlighting That affect the visual. It's also resolution and the processing power. As well each TV has its own little chipset stuck away in there just like a computer powering the visuals. But let's not piss about any more and complicate things. Let's actually get down to the subject of this video which is QNED.


QNED stands for quantum nano emitting diode and uses mini LED backlight and tech just like those fresh Samsung Q-LED teles. QNED backlighting boasts a large concentration of teeny led which offers stronger contrast and more powerful brightness compared with those older traditional lcd panels. So for instance lg reckons on its fresh new 8k flagship QNED Tele. That backlighting consists of 30000 mini leds ridiculously teeny little lights packed tightly together. This should according to lg at least offer a contrast ratio of a million to one. So we are talking really really shock contrast to rival the likes of that OLED tech. Meanwhile these QNED TVs should also beat OLED, When it comes to brightness levels and also when it comes to producing more natural colours. Although of course all LED will probably still have. QNET beaten when it comes to the viewing angles. 

Of course the big question right now is because both QNED and QLED use that mini led backlight. Tech will be a difference in the visuals between them. Will QNED beat QLED or vice Versa well certainly. According to the specs the hardware and all the other information. We've been provided with it should be very tight race indeed between that QNET and The Qled. Tech unfortunately it's something that we can't really determine for sure until we see these TVs side by side. In real life which unfortunately here in blighty. Then in 2021 you can also expect some micro LED TVs to emerge from the likes of Samsung. Which offer even greater concentrations of even dinkie LEDs compared with these mini LED panels. You'll find the QNET and the QLED TVs . But these micro LED TVs going to cost an absolute packet. We're talking tens not hundreds of thousands of pounds which is a bit steep if all you really watches hums under the hammer. So that's just a quick recap. Where we're at with OLED , QLED and Now QNED as well as if things weren't complicated enough. But hopefully that's helped cleared things up a bit definitely.

 Let me know your thoughts on all this fresh TV tech down below. Are there any particular TVs you're super excited about that emerged at CES 2021. 

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