The TV world is so littered with acronyms (4K, HDR, 3D, LCD, LED) even today’s most slang-savvy teen would struggle to understand them all.
When it comes to Samsung and LG, it’s tempting to break down their rivalry into two of them: SUHD vs OLED, respectively.
However, unlike OLED, SUHD isn’t a panel technology. Rather, it’s a term Samsung has coined – from the industry-wide abbreviation, UHD – for the technology it uses in its flagship sets.
It’s based on an LCD panel display that uses Quantum Dot technology – nano-sized particles that produce different colours depending on their size. Samsung claims it offers 64 times the colour expression of standard TVs.
Also falling under the SUHD umbrella is HDR1000, meaning the TVs can reach a brightness of 1000 nits, in line with the UHD Alliance’s Ultra HD Premium specification – which also includes a 4K resolution, less than 0.05 nits black level, and 10-bit colour depth – which the SUHD models adhere to, including this 65in UE65KS9000.
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