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Top QLED TVs Price List 2021
|Top 10 products||Price||Store|
|Samsung The Frame QLED 4K Smart TV 55 inch||RM 2,999.00||Shopee|
|Samsung The Frame QLED 4K Smart TV||RM 2,300.00||Shopee|
|Samsung The Frame QLED 4K Smart TV 65 inch||RM 3,979.00||Lazada|
|Samsung The Frame QLED 4K Smart TV 32 Inch||RM 2,800.00||Lazada|
|Samsung 55-inch The Serif QLED 4K Lifestyle Smart TV 2020||RM 4,299.00||Shopee|
|Samsung 43-inch The Sero QLED 4K Smart Lifestyle TV 2020||RM 4,599.00||Shopee|
|Samsung 65" Q60T Qled 4K Smart Tv (2020) | Qa65Q60Takxxm (Television,Televisyen,电视机)||RM 5,099.00||Shopee|
|Samsung 55" Qled 4K Smart Tv Q60T (2020) Qa55Q60Takxxm||RM 3,688.00||Shopee|
|Samsung 55” 4K Smart Qled Tv Qa55Q6Fnakxxm 55 Inch Qled Tv||RM 4,098.00||Shopee|
|TCL 55" 4K Qled Android Smart Ai Tv 55C716 ( Hand'S Free Voice Control)||RM 3,699.00||Shopee|
If you are scouting for 4K or high-end TVs, you’ve likely encountered this term: QLED. It has a similar-sounding sibling – OLED, which shares three of the same letters with the former. But make no mistake – they aren’t the same technology and have their respective pros and cons.
So, what’s the difference between QLED and OLED TVs?
QLED (Quantum Light-Emitting Diode) TVs produce light that comes from a bunch of LEDs which are situated behind an LCD panel, whereas OLED (Organic Light-Emitting Diode) models have pixels which emit their own light and color.
QLED vs OLED TVs: Pros and Cons
|Brightness||Pro: QLED TVs have brighter displays since they have separate backlights, unlike OLEDs that rely on pixels to emit their own light.||Con: Each light-emitting pixel in OLED panels can’t compete with the LED backlights on QLED TVs.|
|Contrast||Con: QLED TVs can dim their LED blacklights but have the tendency to trigger “light bleed”, which is light that scatters onto the black section of the display.||Pro: OLED panels can go completely black and offer the right amount of brightness, resulting in better contrast.|
|Size||Pro: Some QLED TV models have screens that grow as large as 98 inches and beyond.||Con: Although there’s an 88-inch OLED TV today from LG, there are more limitations on OLED display sizes than QLEDs.|
|Viewing Angles||Con: QLED panels decline in picture quality the further you set the angle up and down or side to side.||Pro: With OLED TVs, they won’t suffer from luminance degradation even if you set the viewing angle at drastic positions.|
|Power Consumption||Con: LED lighting in QLED TVs use a greater amount of energy compared to OLEDs.||Pro: OLED TVs are more energy efficient since their panels don’t need a backlight and are extremely thin.|
|Lifespan||Pro: LED lighting has a proven track record when it comes to longevity.||Con: OLED TVs get dimmer with age and are assumed to become half-bright after 50 years (depending on the model).|
|Price||Pro: QLED TVs, in general, are cheaper than OLEDs but not by much.||Con: Some premium OLED TVs today have lowered down in cost. But overall, QLED TVs are cheaper.|
Picking between OLED and QLED TV boils down to your preference. If you prefer a brighter, larger, longer-lasting TV, then you’ll go with QLED. Otherwise, opt for OLED if you like a more energy-efficient TV with better picture quality.