Xbox has announced that it will continue its partnership with Samsung as the official TV partner in the US & Canada.
The two companies are said to “push the boundaries of next-gen gaming”. One of the ways Samsung is doing this is via a partnership with AMD to develop the first TV with FreeSync Premium Pro, which will allow for an even brighter image through HDR than ever before, and “offer variable refresh rates from a console GPU for smooth, stutter free gaming”. Perfect for owners with an Xbox Series X.
Samsung’s Neo QLED and standard QLED TV’s are said to boast the best picture quality with ”incredible 4k clarity, contrast, and at a silky-smooth 120 frames per second”. The 2021 line of models will also feature a Game Bar mode for when the TV is set to Game Mode. Here, owners “can easily adjust the screen’s aspect ratio, check input lag, connect wireless headsets, and more”.
“With a low 5.8ms response time, auto low latency mode, variable refresh rate, and other gaming features designed with the next generation games in mind, Samsung Neo QLED and QLED TVs help unlock the performance of Xbox Series X.
Whether you’re playing games like Destiny 2: Beyond Light, Dirt 5 or Yakuza Like a Dragon, or dipping into your backlog to play Gears 5, now with Versus optimized to 120 frames per second, Samsung Neo QLED and QLED TVs will showcase your gaming library at its very best for years to come.”
It seems if you want the definitive next-gen experience, then Samsung is the place to go. With a vast selection of older TVs, and the new wave with exciting new features, the partnership seems to be delivering on all fronts.
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