Samsung Neo QLED Receives ‘Gaming TV Performance’ Certification

Samsung Neo QLED

Samsung Electronics announced that the 2021 Neo QLED is the first TV to receive certification for Gaming TV Performance from Verband Deutscher Elektrotechniker (VDE) in Germany.

Four models from the 2021 Neo QLED lineup received the certification. This certification is given for ‘Low Input Lag’ and ‘HDR with brightness of higher than 1,000 nits.’ Each of the TVs went through a rigorous testing process, ultimately earning the certification for less than 10ms of input lag during gameplay. Input lag refers to the period from when an electrical signal is sent from the game pad to when it is displayed on the screen. A TV with lower input lag will provide gamers with a more immersive gaming experience.

Samsung’s Neo QLED also received the certification for HDR with brightness over 1,000 nits. FreeSync Premium Pro also adds to the HDR support, to offer optimized contrast. HDR technology is often considered as one of the most important features among gamers.

Samsung Neo QLED TVs also has many new and exciting gaming features. It delivers more accurate details, deeper blacks and incredible color expression due to their 100% color volume and 12-bit backlight control. Wide Game View and Game Bar, both industry firsts, deliver a broader viewing experience with 21:9 and 32:9, and the ability to quickly check a variety of gaming information.

Yonghoon Choi, Executive Vice President of the Visual Display Business at Samsung Electronics said, “An increasing number of gamers look for large screen displays with high-end picture quality when shopping for a TV, and Samsung continues to lead the TV-focused gaming experience.”

Samsung’s Neo QLED TVs also deliver fast game motion at 120Hz with Motion Xcelerator Turbo+, even during gameplay with fixed UI. Sound has also been enhanced through AI-based surround-sound and object tracking sound (OTS+), delivering the ultimate immersive gaming experience.

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