The mobile mogul has just stepped up their tech game and made the announcement to launch world’s first 4K Smart TV using SLED technology.
Realme just launched a small sneak peak of what’s to come ahead, though the TV has not yet been released anywhere globally. The world’s first SLED 4 K smart TV was revealed by Realme on 25 September.
The latest technology will be a direct competitor to Samsung’s market leader product, their QLED. Though the TV superior in technology yet Realme has committed to keep the latest invention affordable.
SLED technology from Realme will become available as a 55-inch TV. The new panel will provide only more than 100% of the NTSC color spectrum with 108% accurate results.
The device can however retain control over the excessive blue light. TUV Rheinland certified this latter detail.
Realme SLED 4K Smart TV will use RGB for the backlight which is capable of preventing the ill effects of blue light. Realme says that in QLED TV the blue backlight remains at the initial level which later turns into white light.
Realme says that using RGB in the backlight will give balance colors on the TV.
In other words, the density of Red, Green, and Blue will remain the same, although Realme has not shared any information about the speakers, processors, and storage of this upcoming TV.
Also, no information has been provided about the launch date.