Samsung launches QN90B gaming TV in Brazil for R,414

Samsung launches QN90B gaming TV in Brazil for R$5,414

Samsung just announced that its new Gamer TV is coming to Brazil, the Neo QLED QN90B. Featuring an LCD screen, it is the company’s most advanced model for those who like to enjoy gaming with higher quality and performance. Here, the new TVs are available in 4 sizes, along with news like Mini LED lighting.

Samsung’s new Gamer Neo QLED QN90B TV promises to bring truer images, more color and contrast, and important features for gamers like a 144 Hz screen refresh rate. Learn more about novelty.

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Samsung Neo QLED QN90B with gaming capabilities

New QLED QN90B

Announced by Samsung during CES 2022 at the beginning of the year, the Neo QLED QN90B is finally arriving in Brazil for a gamer audience. 43, 50, 55 and 65 inch versions can be found here.

The 43- and 50-inch versions are highlighted because they are direct competitors to LG’s C1 and C2 OLED TVs, which come in 42 and 48 inches. Both have a VA LCD screen that ensures better control of image contrast and higher levels to deliver 100% color volume. This feature was even improved when combined with quantum dots.

Another detail that makes the image more realistic is the Mini LED lighting system, which replaces each traditional LED with 40 proprietary Mini LEDs that can be activated or deactivated independently, so it can provide a more accurate black image, resulting in more good visualization. darkest scene.

These TVs are equipped with Neo Quantum 4K processors, which ensure excellent processing of picture and sound, and take care of smart features like upscaling to 4K resolution. The operating system is Tizen, and it has various apps installed and even supports voice commands from Bixby, Alexa or Google Assistant. You can still use it to manage other smart devices with SmartThings and even make video calls with Google Duo.

New QLED QN90B

They have a multi-view feature that splits the screen to display different content. Connectivity is based on Wi-Fi 5 dual-band and Bluetooth 5.2. Also, they have 4 HDMI ports and a LAN port if you want to connect to the internet via a cable.

The new Neo QLED QN90B offers a beautiful and modern design, Neo Slim, which brings a thin and light body, a softer environment, and its edges are so thin that it is almost imperceptible. The remote control is SolarCell, which supports ambient light charging.

They are also capable of playing HDR content such as HDR10+ in adaptive and game modes, HLG for streaming and HGiG in games. The 53-inch and 50-inch Neo QLED QN90B TVs also feature Quantum HDR 1500 technology, delivering a maximum brightness of 1,500 nits when playing this type of content.

New QLED QN90B

Another highlight is that they offer 4K resolution for the highest quality, in addition to a 144 Hz refresh rate for faster and smoother image formation.

This image formation speed and game responsiveness are also enhanced thanks to AMD FreeSync Premium Pro technology, which syncs consoles and video cards to the screen and generates frames quickly and without interruption.

Thanks to the TV’s gaming capabilities, this FreeSync synchronization is maintained even at low frame rates (below 48 FPS). Another standout feature is Auto Low Latency Mode, which already activates Game Mode when it detects a connection to a computer or console. This ensures that commands executed by peripherals are not delayed.

Regarding the audio, it will vary depending on the Neo QLED QN90B version. The 43-inch version is a 2.0 channel system with 20W of power. The 50-inch version has been changed to a 2.2-channel system with a power of 40W, both of which provide Dolby Atmos spatial sound technology. For those who want a more complete experience, they can still be connected with Samsung’s own soundbar system.

The larger version has some differences

The larger 55-inch and 65-inch versions have most of these features in the smaller versions. The difference is that instead of 144 Hz, the screen refresh rate on these models is 120 Hz. They also lack HGiG and HDR for gaming, and LED Clear Motion for motion blur reduction. It also lacks Dolby Atmos.

One improvement, however, is that they offer Quantum HDR 2000 instead of 1500 like the smaller models, which are capable of 2,000 nits of peak brightness instead of 1,500 nits. The sound system is also more advanced, both with 4.2.2 channels and 60 W of power.

Price and Availability

The new Samsung Neo QLED QN90B is already available on Samsung’s website and at various retailers. The suggested price is R$5,999 for the 43-inch version, R$6,499 for the 50-inch version, R$7,499 for the 55-inch version, and R$11,399 for the 65-inch version.

Until June 30, anyone who buys a 43-inch or 50-inch Samsung Neo QLED QN90B TV model can choose one of these promotional bundles to take away the free product. Options include Bundle 1 with the Samsung HW-Q600B soundbar, Bundle 2 with two DualSense PS5 controllers and a Logitech G935 Gaming Headset, and Bundle 2 with two Xbox Series X|S controllers and a Logitech G935 Gaming Headset Headphones set 3.

Source: Samsung

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