Samsung NEO QLED TVs: AMD FreeSync Pro support joins HDMI 2.1 compatibility for new Mini LED displays
Samsung has confirmed that its new Mini LED TVs support AMD FreeSync Premium Pro. The South Korean company already confirmed that the TVs have HDMI 2.1 ports, making them ideal for high-refresh-rate gaming on next-generation consoles and powerful PCs. According to AMD, its FreeSync Premium Pro certification guarantees 120 Hz gaming with low latency and frame rate compensation. Additionally, FreeSync Premium Pro certified displays support games with HDR enabled. You can find the list of FreeSync Premium Pro supported games here.
The Neo QLED range is already available to pre-order in the US, where they cost between US$1,599.99 and US$8,999.99 before taxes. The company currently sells four Neo QLED series, which it calls the QN85A, QN90A, QN800A and QN900A, in ascending order of price. All series are available as 65-inch, 75-inch and 85-inch TVs, but only the QN85A and QN90A have 55-inch models.
Additionally, Samsung reserves 8K for the QN800A and QN900A series. By contrast, the QN85A and QN90A must make do with a native 4K resolution. Moreover, each series has different HDR technology, ranging from Quantum HDR 24X in QN85A TVs to Quantum HDR 64X in the QN900A range.
It is unclear when Samsung will release its Neo QLED TVs in other markets, such as Europe. However, the TVs are expected to arrive before the end of Q1 2021.