From this perspective, Sony televisions are the preferred option if you are looking for high image magnification capacity and flawless motion technology. They also tend to have better sound quality than Samsung models, especially when it comes to high-end models. First of all, in the premium TV market, OLED TVs and QLED televisions face each other regularly. Sony currently prefers the OLED, while Samsung defends the QLED.
Secondly, Sony TVs usually use the Android TV operating system, while Samsung prefers its own platform, Tizen. Finally, rival brands support different forms of HDR: Sony partners with Dolby Vision, while Samsung defends its own HDR10+ format. Overview of Samsung TVs, we made sure that our top priority was the image quality of the TV. Although Sony wins in terms of construction, Samsung undoubtedly offers higher image quality thanks to its richer and more realistic color contrast.
Please wait a moment and try again. This TV also features Samsung's ambient mode, which allows the TV to adapt to your home decor when not in use. All HDR televisions support a basic HDR10 format, which has a wider color gamut and improved contrast compared to regular SDR televisions. Then there is HDR10+, which is backed by Samsung and Panasonic, although the latter has now chosen to offer both formats on its mid-range and premium televisions.
The Sony television option on this list has a very sturdy built-in stand compared to its Samsung alternative. LG Display pioneered OLED technology and the South Korean company supplies Sony, Toshiba, Panasonic and other companies with its industry-leading 4K OLED panels. However, Sony's line of televisions in all price ranges presents a much more diverse intelligent function. The 85-inch SAMSUNG Class Neo QLED TV is a top-of-the-line television that offers impressive 4K resolution.
Samsung is a South Korean manufacturer and by far the largest TV manufacturer in the world, followed by LG and TCL. Before working as a freelancer, he spent more than three years at TechRadar reporting on smart TVs, projectors and speakers as the website's home theater editor, and has been interviewed live on both BBC World News and Channel News Asia, where he talked about the future of transportation and 4K televisions, respectively. However, it's more than enough for the minimal TV controls you're likely to use Bixby for, and you can always connect your TV with an Alexa speaker if you really want to. If you're going to buy a mid-range TV up to one of the high-end televisions, it's likely to support High Dynamic Range (HDR), but you might not realize that HDR comes in several different forms.