Recently, Samsung announced that its new QLED TV became the first TV to have verified 100 percent color volume. This verification was done according to the DCI-P3 color space. All tests were done by Verband Deutscher Elektrotechniker (VDE).

This QLED TV was first showed at CES 2017. Samsung claims that it the new Quantum Dot material in this TV will significantly improve color gamut and peak brightness level. On the tests, it showed a peak brightness level of 1500 to 2000 nits which offers 100 percent color volume. Also, it will have wide viewing angles as well as deep black levels. All this is a great step forward in bringing the real life on a screen, right?

For the technical details, two factors measure the color volume of a display panel: color gamut and brightness level. The color gamut is the amount of colors that can be displayed. Peak brightness level represents a display’s highest brightness level. Simply said, the larger color gamut and the higher brightness level equals bigger color volume.

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