what is qled display and how is it different from OLED
Do you know what this QLED is? If you have just gone to a shop or showroom to buy a TV, then QLED TV must have come in front of your eyes.
But just by looking at it, it is difficult to tell what differences have been brought in QLED technologies as compared to OLED. Because these technologies are often not much different in appearance.
Where QLED TV is a proprietary panel technology developed by Samsung for its top-tier televisions. By using a metallic quantum dot filter, QLED panels enhance color and contrast, thereby increasing the capability of HDR and 4K images compared to other non-quantum dot LCD-LEDs.
These OLED and QLED are often similar in appearance but there is a lot of difference in their technologies. That’s why today I thought that why you should not be provided complete information about what is QLED TV, so that you can also understand it better. At the same time, you can also choose the right TV for yourself.
Then without delay, let’s start and know what is this QLED in Hindi and how is it different from OLED.
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What are the Advantages of QLED?
- Quantum dots which are used in the construction of QLED can resist moisture better and hence QLED based products have a longer life.
- Due to its high resistance to moisture, it does not require an expensive vacuum evaporation process. Hence its cost is less.
- These are available in higher display sizes and hence they provide more options to the consumers.
- It is thin and also has very little weight.
- Its switching speed (between ON/OFF) is very fast.
- Its brightness is about 50 to 100 times brighter if we compare it with CRT and LCD display types.
- It has lower power consumption.
What are the disadvantages of QLED?
- QLEDs do not produce light on their own. Rather QLEDs use the backlight unit for illumination.
- QLED based TVs suffer from “light bleed” effect. These effects are visible in some screens. In this, a slight haze is visible around bright objects, where only blurs lines should be visible, that too usually sharp.
- QLED based display screens, have the best viewing angle at dead center. At the same time, the quality of the picture gradually starts decreasing (both color and contrast) when we move from side to side or up and down.
- It contains less saturated blue.