Choosing the Best- Which Samsung TV Features are Right For You
Simply buying a television is easy, but choosing what’s best for you is another story.
Picking which model to bring home requires you to look at many different factors: from size and display panel, to more technical things like connectivity and “Smartness”.
This article will help you know which things you need to consider when choosing a television so you can make sure you bring home the TV that will suit your taste and needs.
Various Display Panels to Choose From
Samsung televisions come in a variety of display panels that are among the most important parts of a TV. There are LCD or Liquid Crystal Display sets, which utilises crystal in lighting the screen up. These TVs are usually more affordable but are considered “low-tech” nowadays. LED or Light-Emitting Diode displays are still very popular when it comes to TV display panels, and Samsung has its fair share of LED TVs in a wide variety of sizes and features.
Samsung also has SUHD TVs with Nano Crystal Colour Technology that are also competitive in terms of picture quality. The newly-launched QLED (Quantum Dot Light-Emitting Diode) is the latest technology from Samsung. It brings out better colours, deeper blacks, and QLED panel is wider in terms of viewing angle (compared to LCD and LCD TVs).
How About the Clarity?
Watching on a TV with a so-so clarity can ruin the eyes and give you migraines. You’ll know what we are talking about if you have watched from a television with low resolution. Choosing a TV involves checking the resolution – is it HD, Full HD, or UHD?
HD TVs are the mom jeans of TVs. They display pictures in 1366 x 768 pixels, which is pretty clear, mind you,but it is likely to disappoint anyone born in the 90s and up. Full HD displays, on the other hand, can display up to 1920 x 1080 pixels, not bad, really. Most TVs available are within this resolution range. But, if you are looking for an even higher resolution – four times the resolution of a Full HD television, to be exact, then check out Samsung Ultra High Definition TVs. UHD or 4K TVs have a resolution of 3,840 x 2,160 pixels. If it is an SUHD TV, then it also has the capacity to “remaster” low-resolution images and convert them into UHD quality. When it comes to resolution, go for the highest one that your money can buy. You will not regret it.
These days, the bigger the better when it comes to choosing TV size. If you do not wish to squint just to see what’s going on in your TV, then go for a bigger size. Of course, you must also consider the area where you are going to place the set. Viewing distance is one crucial thing to consider. Do not put a gigantic 90-inch television in a small room and using a 22-inch monitor in a grand living room is not a good idea either. Consider the size of the room, your line of vision, and also your budget when deciding on TV sizes.
Will it Let Me Connect to My Other Devices?
Connectivity is really important when choosing a TV. You may want to check the number of USB and HDMI ports your desired model has. Consider your other audio-visual devices. Do you have a game console, DVD player, a laptop that you wish to connect? Check the specifications sheet to know if the TV has the ports you need.
Another Samsung innovation is the One Connect Box, which gives you easy connectivity and at the same time helps organise your living space by decluttering and simplifying your connections.
How Smart is Smart?
These days, TV is not just for watching. It can do things that your computer or smartphone can do. Smart TVs can connect to Wi-Fi and have smart functions like video streaming, web surfing, applications, games, cloud storage and more. You can connect it to your device and mirror what’s on it.
Samsung has its array of Smart TV operating system available to suit your needs. There’s the Tizen, Samsung Smart Hub, and Q Smart. These Smart TV features can allow you to share media files, access Amazon and Netflix videos, as well as watch a program through Catch-Up TV. Some models even have voice recognition, so you can do your thing via voice command.
The bottomline? Not all TV is the same. Evaluate these different factors when choosing which Samsung model is right for you. One thing is for sure, though. Samsung has what you need.