Samsung is rocking CES 2017 with new QLED TVs, promising to offer the "best picture quality - ever" to revolutionize home entertainment.

While CES 2017 doesn't officially kick off until tomorrow, a number of companies are getting an early start and showcasing new products before the show formally starts. Samsung is one of them and its new QLED TVs have already sparked great interest.

Samsung launched its first Quantum Dot SUHD TVs last year and it's now taking things to the next level, upping the game and adding notable improvements over last year's already impressive models.

The Era Of QLED

"2017 will mark a major paradigm shift in the visual display industry, ushering in the era of QLED," says HyunSuk Kim, Samsung's Visual Display Business President. "With the advent of QLED TV, we provide the most true-to-life picture on screen. We have been successful in solving for past inconsistencies in the viewing experience and consumer pain points while redefining the fundamental value of TV."

The new Samsung QLED TVs will come in various screen sizes and promise to rock wider viewing angles without sacrificing brightness or color accuracy. The new QLED TV series consists of Q9, Q8, and Q7 models, which Samsung says will accurately display DCI-P3 color space and showcase 100 percent color volume, marking a world first.

With 100 percent color volume, the new QLED TVs will be able to express all colors at all brightness levels, showing even the most subtle differences at peak QLED luminance between 1,500 and 2,000 nits.

This improved color accuracy and luminance efficiency is possible thanks to a new metal material for its nano-sized semiconductor Quantum Dots.

Samsung QLED TV Smart Apps

Color accuracy is not the only important aspect of a high-end TV, as smart features play a great role as well. In a mobile-driven age, Samsung wants to allow consumers to seamlessly connect their TVs and their smartphones for a better experience, and that's where Smart Remote and Smart View come into play.

Smart Remote is an app that allows users to remotely control the TV, adding extra convenience. Smart View, meanwhile, is an app that aims to deliver a Chromecast-like functionality, showing content stored locally on the mobile device or content from streaming media providers such as Netflix. With the updated version of Smart View, available for Android and iOS, this content can be easily beamed wirelessly to the Samsung QLED TV. The Smart View app also sends notifications such as show times, new episodes and such to the user's smartphones.

Moreover, Samsung has also added two new services — Music and Sports. Music is somewhat like a Shazam for the TV, allowing users to identify songs playing live on TV. Sports, meanwhile, offers scores and match times for the user's favorite teams.

QLED TV Design

Samsung has also improved on design with its new QLED TV series, offering a single, transparent cable for "Invisible Connection," allowing users to connect all of their peripheral devices to the TV without having a slew of cables dangling around. At the same time, Samsung is also touting a "No-gap wall-mount," which allows users to mount the TV flush against the wall without any gaps.

Alternately, those who prefer not to mount their TV on a wall will be able to choose between two modern stands designed to display the QLED TV as a home accessory. A "Studio Stand" makes the TV look like a painting on an easel, while a "Gravity Stand" makes the TV look like a contemporary sculpture, Samsung touts.

Samsung QLED TVs Pricing And Availability

Samsung has yet to offer more technical details on specs or any information regarding the pricing and availability of its new Q9, Q8, and Q7 QLED TVs, but all that oomph will cost a pretty penny. The company's new flagship TV lineup will surely not come cheap, but if last year's models are any indication, the new Q9, Q8, and Q7 might be slightly more affordable that OLED TVs of a similar size.

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