The TV market is constantly changing and evolving, with new technologies and advancements being made all the time. When you are complacent about knowing everything about TVs, a new type of TV pops up and changes the game.
One such recent development in the world of TVs is QLED technology. However, even with the growing popularity of QLED TVs, there are still some misunderstandings about this technology. So, the question is, what is QLED TV, and are the myths about them all true?
What is QLED TV?
QLED stands for “Quantum Dot Light-emitting Diode.” It is a type of LED/LCD that uses quantum dots to create its display. These quantum dots are nano-sized molecules that emit a distinct colored light of their own when exposed to a light source.
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