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    Samsung announces that new QLED TVs will support AMD FreeSync and low input lag

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    Samsung announces that new QLED TVs will support AMD FreeSync and low input lag

    After a lot of mystery, finally, we had the revelation of several news about the PlayStation 5. Not only were countless games shown that take advantage of the high power of the new console, but also the look of the device, which shared opinions with its aggressive, albeit unquestionably futuristic design.

    Both the Sony device and Microsoft’s Xbox Series X promise to make a big leap over the previous generation, being equipped with AMD’s Zen 2 processors and RDNA 2 GPUs, as well as fast SSD storage and several other technologies that should provide an experience only. One of the great highlights of the new devices is the possibility of playing titles in 4K at 120Hz, which, however, requires TVs with an HDMI 2.1 connection.

    Therefore, Samsung today revealed that its new line of new QLED TVs will be equipped with the new connection, bringing support to AMD FreeSync Premium, which synchronizes the generation of frames with the refresh rate of the display, in addition to input lag of 9.8ms , with Game Motion Plus enabled.

    The TVs will also come with automatic Game Mode, allowing the console to optimize the panel settings, “Object Tracking Sound” for a more immersive audio experience, and Multi View, to split the screen between two tasks.

    Therefore, Samsung today revealed that its new line of new QLED TVs will be equipped with the new connection, bringing support to AMD FreeSync Premium
    Therefore, Samsung today revealed that its new line of new QLED TVs will be equipped with the new connection, bringing support to AMD FreeSync Premium

    The South Korean did not reveal which models already launched will receive the new features, but it is almost certain that all launches of the company from now on will be compatible with the news. It is worth remembering that rumors released today by the SamMobile website indicate that the manufacturer may already be preparing a successor for its Galaxy S10 Lite, following the strategy of offering powerful hardware at a more affordable price.

    We also had news of the Galaxy Tab S7, the company’s new premium tablet, which should finally adopt a 120Hz display, but retain much of the look of its predecessor, with few modifications. The device seems to continue bringing the S-Pen in the package, which will still be attached to the rear of the device.

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