The television isn’t just an electronic appliance. It’s an escape, a late-night companion, a gateway that offers a glimpse into another place and time. Recently, televisions have evolved into devices, which are not only a source of entertainment, but also a control hub of the IoT (Internet of Things). Smart devices and appliances are now easily controlled with the click of button on the TV screen.

Another evolution is the decrease in watching traditional TV channels. Streaming services such as Netflix have become hugely popular. While people might be using their mobile devices more, many still like to watch on a bigger screen. According to Netflix*, 70% of all viewing takes place on TV sets. This is one of the reasons why Samsung’s new range of QLED TV’s 4K content has captured the imagination of the world. Afterall, great content is enjoyed better on cutting-edge technology.

You can now immerse yourself in every scene with incredible depth and detail when you buy a TV from the powerful QLED range. Switching between all your favourite streaming apps including YouTube, Apple TV and Netflix is effortless, using One Remote.

“This year’s QLED line-up takes innovation to a new level. It brings together innovative feature enhancements and exciting content and service partnerships, to deliver a truly ground-breaking viewing experience and unprecedented value,” says Nithia Pillay, Director of Consumer Electronics at Samsung South Africa.

Today’s intelligent TV’s can produce a picture that’s amazingly real. With Samsung’s pioneering 8K QLED every scene is amazingly vivid and real. It’s like 3D without the glasses. With more colours than the human eye can see, infinite details and optimised audio you see, feel and hear your favourite TV content in a new way. Additionally, as you watch, it analyses what’s playing and automatically fine-tunes the picture and sound to your TV space. Which means, watching TV has become a fully immersive experience.

* https://www.trillmag.com/28326/read/culture/tv-film/how-tv-viewing-habits-are-changing/