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Samsung 4K TV with HDR10+ unveiled for under $500

Samsung 4K TV with HDR10+ unveiled for under $500
Samsung 4K TV with HDR10+ unveiled for under $500

Samsung has unveiled a new smart TV called the Samsung Crystal 4K Neo, which offers many modern features at an affordable price.

The Samsung Crystal 4K Neo is equipped with 20W speakers with Dolby Digital Plus support!

The screen has a diagonal of 43 inches, a resolution of 3840 x 2160 pixels and offers a bezel-less design on three sides. The TV supports a frequency of 50 Hz, HDR10 + high dynamic range and is equipped with a Crystal 4K processor. The Crystal 4K Neo uses Samsung’s PurColor technology to display the widest possible range of colors.

Samsung 4K TV with HDR10+ unveiled for under $500

Samsung 4K TV with HDR10+ unveiled for under $500

Smart TV offers the Motion Xcelerator feature, which automatically evaluates and compensates for frames in the source, ensuring a smooth gaming or media viewing experience. In terms of gaming, the smart TV also has an Auto Game mode that provides better frame transitions and low latency.

The TV is equipped with 20W Dolby Digital Plus-enabled speakers with Intelligent Adaptive Sound, which adjusts the sound according to the content you are watching on the TV. It also features Q-Symphony, which syncs audio from the speakers and the soundbar to create a surround sound experience.

Smart TV also offers a PC mode that allows users to create documents and work in the cloud. The Crystal 4K Neo has three HDMI ports, one USB port and access to a range of streaming platforms such as Netflix, ZEE5 and more.

The 43-inch TV is offered in India for $460. A version with a 55-inch screen will be released later.

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