Samsung Neo QLED: FreeSync Premium Pro confirmed for all mini LED TVs

Samsung Korea has confirmed that all new Neo-QLED TVs with mini-LED backlighting support AMD FreeSync Premium Pro. FreeSync Premium Pro stands for the combination of FreeSync Premium and HDR. The Neo-QLED televisions are likely to be launched in Germany in the coming weeks.

The TVs with mini-LED backlighting presented by Samsung at CES in January with the name Neo QLED are also intended to target the target group of gamers. To this end, Samsung is one of the first manufacturers to support FreeSync Premium Pro from AMD – and basically on all televisions of the new Neo-QLED series, as Samsung Korea has now confirmed. Not all technical details about the various televisions are available so far, so it was not yet known whether certain features of the smaller series will potentially fall victim to the red pencil.

Price of the Neo QLED known in the USA

In Germany, the market launch of the Neo QLED is expected after the virtual Samsung roadshow in March, during which the new televisions will be presented to dealers and buyers in detail. At the in-house exhibition, Samsung will also specify the models intended for Germany and their recommended retail prices. In the United States, the company has taken the pre-order phase one step further. Between the end of February and the end of March, the Neo QLED will hit the market at prices between $ 1,600 and $ 9,000 (before taxes) .

For the USA, the 8K versions QN900 and QN800A and the 4K models QN90A and QN85A are planned. In Europe or Germany, the QN95A should take the position of the QN90A. According to previous information, the only difference is only to be found in the One Connect Box, which is not used in the USA. With this box, Samsung stores all connections externally in a kind of compact set-top box and connects it to the actual television via the One Connect Cable.


series size Model number resolution HDR RRP (before taxes) Availability (USA)
QN900A 85 in QN85QN900AFXZA 8K Quantum HDR 64X $ 8,999.99 March 13th
75 in QN75QN900AFXZA $ 6,999.99
65 inches QN65QN900AFXZA Quantum HDR 48X $ 4,999.99
QN800A 85 in QN85QN800AFXZA Quantum HDR 32X $ 6,499.99
75 in QN75QN800AFXZA $ 4,799.99
65 inches QN65QN800AFXZA $ 3,499.99
QN90A 85 in QN85QN90AAFXZA 4K $ 4,999.99 6th March
75 in QN75QN90AAFXZA $ 3,499.99
65 inches QN65QN90AAFXZA $ 2,599.99 March 13th
55 inches QN55QN90AAFXZA $ 1,799.99 6th March
QN85A 85 in QN85QN85AAFXZA Quantum HDR 24X $ 4,499.99
75 in QN75QN85AAFXZA $ 2,999.99 27th of February
65 inches QN65QN85AAFXZA $ 2,199.99 March, 20th
55 inches QN55QN85AAFXZA $ 1,599.99

Samsung Korea estimates that more than 80 percent of gamers on TV use a game console from Microsoft or Sony. The current generation of consoles consisting of Xbox Series X / S (test) and PlayStation 5 (test) is based on hardware from AMD and supports FreeSync Premium Pro. At Sony, however, the feature should only be submitted with an upcoming firmware update.

Samsung calls latency for Neo QLED

The new name was introduced AMD a year ago as the successor to freesync and freesync 2 HDR. Since then there has been FreeSync, FreeSync Premium and FreeSync Premium Pro, with the latter expansion level also supporting HDR in addition to tearing and flicker-free games – also with 120 Hz and at least Full HD resolution. FreeSync Premium Pro should also ensure particularly low latency for SDR and HDR content. On this point, Samsung is now for the first time giving a specific figure of 5.8 ms for the input delay time until the image from the game console is actually visible on the TV panel.


FreeSync Premium Pro also at Philips

FreeSync Premium Pro is not an exclusive feature of the Samsung Neo QLED; Philips is also advertising it with Ambilight for the new OLED and mini-LED televisions . At LG, however, there is still no confirmation of this. With the new OLED televisions of the series B1, C1, G1 and Z1 and the mini LED televisions of the series QNED99 and QNED91 , only FreeSync Premium and G-Sync have been mentioned so far.

Source: Samsung Korea

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