Image burn-in is a real problem on TVs but QLED is the solution
July 17, 2019

It isn’t a great display if it suffers from burn-in.

Since the introduction of televisions, companies have constantly challenged themselves in delivering the best image quality possible. This is evident with TVs that now offer more resolutions and pixels that you can ever imagine. That being said, it is not without its risks.

With current TVs nowadays, burn-in in the most common problem that most consumers face. Burn-in happens when an image on the TV has been displayed for a long time, leaving noticeable traces of that image even when there’s other content playing. It’s an eyesore for any TV, and easily noticeable that can, of course, annoy and ruin the watching experience.

Samsung is one of the few companies that pioneered on various display technology, and for the past 13 years, it’s been the industry leader. Which is why Samsung developed QLED technology on its TVs – a way to lessen and even at times eliminate the burn-in problem.

Samsung’s QLED TVs use Quantum dots that incorporate organic pixels that can be controlled individually and have a longer lifespan. Not only does this result in more accurate colors for your TV, but it also doesn’t degrade over time like OLED screens. This means you can expect crystal clear images for years on end on a Samsung QLED display.

Samsung says that it is focusing on two key areas with regards to innovating its TV technologies. One is to include premium standards that will have an impact on the consumer’s life and second is to ensure that the experience factor on their TVs remains positive and immersive.

With consumers getting more and more knowledgeable with the devices and appliances they’re purchasing, most of them won’t consider second best, which is why Samsung’s QLED TVs only aims to deliver the very best.

by Victor Philip Ortiz
Tech Enthusiast and Movie Buff. Passionate for all things tech - you’ll normally find him tinkering with the latest gadgets and computer peripherals. He is an avid collector of Blu-ray discs and occasionally plays on his Xbox.
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