Gaming won’t be smooth without perfect display options. With this in mind, 20 new Samsung QLED TVs will join the gaming display community with over 250 Radeon FreeSync™ technology enabled screen worldwide.
Just yesterday, AMD and Samsung announced the FreeSync™ technology for new Samsung QLED 55” to 82” TV range—ultrawide 4K gaming experience for big screen TVs. With this being said, Samsung has officially became the first company to use Radeon adaptive refresh technology inside consumer television set.
Scott Herkelman, Vice President and general manager, Radeon Technologies Group, AMD said:
“Whether you’re a console or PC gamer, playing on a PC display or your living room TV, Radeon FreeSync™ technology powers exceptional stutter-free gaming experiences. We launched FreeSync™ technology with a mission to end frame tearing and dropped frames, as well as improve the experience for gamers around the world. With Samsung’s FreeSync™ technology QLED TVs, extra smooth gameplay visuals have never been so accessible, and never in such a large and appealing format.”
Just earlier this year, AMD has expanded beyond PC with the launching of FreeSync in Xbox One S and Xbox One X early March. Keeping in mind that users demand for the absolute best in visual quality, Samsung’s Vice President, Chu Jongsuk, said that they are thrilled to bring the power of the Radeon FreeSync technology to Samsung TVs for players around the world.
The Samsung’s 2018 QLED TV with the FreeSync technology is now available for the QLED 55”-82” models and the NU8000 / NU8500 55” – 82” Series. Updates on the news can be found at www.samsung.com