There’s no denying how spoiled we are for choice in TV technology innovations. From LED, QLED and OLED, which provide high-precision and quality picture, consumers can choose to have an experience of their desire to watch their content in Ultra HD, 4K streaming or 8K streaming. AI continues to bring excitement to the TV industry with TVs getting smarter and working more efficiently with a better viewing experience.
rise of smart tv
Looking to 2022, the trends that are likely to have the biggest impact are those that focus on the convergence of technologies as devices emerge. Growing data volumes, faster networks and processor speeds will have a positive effect on TV technologies and more people will have an even greater appreciation of what a TV can do. Whether users need to use their TV as an office buddy, as a fitness partner, or connection to the classroom, new additions to the ecosystem of connected and intelligent devices enhance the TV experience in exciting new ways. are ready for.
Skyworth’s Android TV offering, the first of its kind in South Africa, makes it easy to get more out of one’s TV. Users can choose from 700,000+ movies and shows across all streaming services. Ask Google to control the TV, get tips on what to watch, dim the lights, and take other actions. Additionally, users can cast photos, videos, and music from smart devices to their TVs with Chromecast built-in.
4K to 8K resolution
As per the market research report, the 4K TV market is anticipated to grow at a considerable rate during the forecast period between 2022 and 2026. As designers and technology experts continue to challenge themselves to create products that provide users with leading-edge functionality and a design. Which captures the true essence of TV viewing, is expected to rise above the predictable horizon of the 4K market, which is currently the most popular in South Africa.
Enters 8K. Just as consumers began to settle into the excitement of a better 4K television experience, the industry pushed for 8K viewing. The first sets are already available in stores, providing the highest resolution TVs that have recently been released among UHD (ultra-high-definition) TVs. With four times more pixels than 4K TVs, 8K TVs show a sharper and more detailed picture quality. However, the limitation with 8K at the moment is that there isn’t much 8K content available, so you’ll pay astronomical prices to watch the same content that other people are watching on their 4K TVs. Don’t rush into buying 8K just yet.
Given that TVs are Skyworth’s bread and butter, the leading TV manufacturer, and leader in big screen Artificial Intelligence of Things (AIOT) offers the best in 4K technology in the South African market with its SUC Pro range which includes the SUC 9300 Pro model Includes and 86SUC9500.
OLED vs. QLED
The continuing battle in OLED vs. QLED TV technology cannot be denied and this trend will only increase in 2022 as TV makers struggle to provide consumers with the best-differentiated entertainment viewing experiences.
OLED—which stands for Organic Light Emitting Diode—is the successor to TV LEDs but without the backlight. It offers remarkably realistic black levels, super-fast refresh rates, and a muted glow that’s ideal for watching action-packed movies or sports.
QLED, however, stands for Quantum Dot Light-Emitting Diode TV, even the best of those with effective full-array local dimming, allowing some light through, more washed out, grayish black levels and Around the bright squares bloom.
With QLED screens, the best viewing angle is dead center, and picture quality decreases in brightness, color, and contrast shifts further, or up and down. OLED screens, by comparison, can be viewed without luminance degradation, even at harsh viewing angles.
Based on the above, OLED offers a better offering than QLED.