Samsung unveils its new QX2 gaming TV series

Samsung held an event in China yesterday to showcase its new QX2 series of gaming TVs.

The series includes three models that differ in screen diagonals: 55, 65 or 75 inches. New items boast ultra-thin panels with a thickness of 27 mm and 4K resolution (3840 × 2160p). The screens support HDR10 + and AMD FreeSync Premium technology. It is responsible for the stability of the 120 Hz refresh rate and low latency – only 5.8 ms.

The TVs also received Wi-Fi 5, Bluetooth 4.2, four HDMI (HDMI 2.1) interfaces, two USB, an Ethernet port and a 20W audio system. The devices work on the Quantum Dot 4K processor and come with a proprietary operating system.

The Samsung QX2 series will start selling in China on April 14th. It is not yet known whether new items will appear in other regions.

  • Samsung QX2 55″ – $1069
  • Samsung QX2 65″ – $1374
  • Samsung QX2 75″ – $2290

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