Samsung announces 2022 model smart TV, compatible with game streaming services such as GeForce NOW and Stadia

Samsung has announced a new lineup of smart TVs to be launched in

2022 in line with CES 2022 , the world's largest consumer electronics trade fair. Samsung's new smart TVs have been shown to support game streaming services such as NVIDIA's GeForce NOW and Google's Stadia.

Samsung Electronics Unveils Its 2022 MICRO LED, Neo QLED and Lifestyle TVs, With Next-Generation Picture Quality and Range of Cutting-Edge Personalization Options – Samsung Global Newsroom of-cutting-edge-personalization-options

Samsung's new 2022 TVs bring Nvidia GeForce Now and Google Stadia gaming --The Verge

Samsung's 2022 TV lineup has big software changes, smaller hardware upgrades --The Verge

The smart TVs released by Samsung in 2022 can be divided into three models: 'MICRO LED', 'Neo Q LED' and 'Lifestyle TV'.

The MICRO LED is a model that uses cutting-edge TV-related technology, with 25 million micro LEDs that generate light and color individually, giving it best-in-class image quality and impressive depth, vibrant colors, transparency and contrast. It is said that the image is realized. There are three MICRO LED models announced this time: 110 inches, 101 inches, and 89 inches. Supporting 20-bit grayscale depth, Samsung describes the MICRO LED model as 'providing a true HDR experience.'

The Neo QLED model is equipped with a dedicated Neo Quantum processor and supports advanced contrast mapping using a backlight unit. The light source is a Quantum Mini LED, and the brightness level has evolved from the previous model's 12-bit to 14-bit. It is also equipped with the multi-intelligence image quality algorithm 'Real Depth Enhancer', which makes it possible to process objects on the screen to create a sense of depth. In addition, it also has an 'Eye Comfort' mode that automatically adjusts the brightness and tone of the screen based on the built-in light sensor, and it is possible to appropriately reduce the blue light that affects the quality of sleep.

Lifestyle TV is a seamless blend of design and technology with a matte display with anti-glare, anti-reflection and anti-fingerprint performance. There are three more models on Lifestyle TV, with 'The Frame,' which looks like a picture frame to decorate the museum's artwork, from 32 inches to 85 inches. Enjoy the same matte frame as the display, 'The Serif' from 43 inches to 65 inches. There is also a model called 'The Sero' that can be used by turning the display vertically or horizontally.

These latest Samsung smart TVs have a feature called 'Samsung Gaming Hub,' which will make it easier for users to search for their favorite content. Samsung Gaming Hub will be available with game streaming services such as GeForce NOW, Stadia and

Utomik. According to Samsung, Samsung Gaming Hub is also compatible with HDMI-connected game consoles, so a dedicated controller for PlayStation and Xbox will be available on the company's smart TV. In other words, you may be able to play home video games or play game streaming services on the controller of a game console connected to your TV.

Samsung supported Sony's game streaming service PlayStation Now on its smart TVs from 2015 to 2017, but the 2022 model does not support PlayStation Now. Samsung has also partnered with Microsoft on game streaming to offer Microsoft's game streaming service, Xbox Cloud Gaming , on its Android smartphones, but smart TVs don't support it.

In addition, it has been revealed that Samsung's smart TV remote control 'Eco Remote' can not only charge with sunlight, but also collect and charge the radio waves of the Wi-Fi router.

In addition, Samsung's smart TV is equipped with its own OS 'Tizen OS', and the UI design such as the home screen has also been renewed. Regarding the home screen of this new Tizen OS, overseas media The Verge points out that it is 'very similar to Google TV and Apple TV.'

In addition, Samsung's smart TV released in 2022 is equipped with an 'NFT aggregation platform' function that allows you to view, purchase, and display NFT content, which can be changed up to 144Hz in response to increasing demand for PC games. Models that support refresh rates will also be released. In addition, all high-end models seem to support output at 4K / 120Hz from the HDMI 2.1 port.

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