And while we had a tough time saying good-bye to Samsung's old moniker, QLED promises to be an even better screen technology than SUHD ever was.

Does Samsung's marketing department hate us?

These are all excellent questions, and ones that you can find the answers to right here!

Literally QLED means – or we suppose it means – quantum dot light-emitting diode (QLED, not to be confused with OLED TVs), but this Samsung-baked concept is basically just the latest set of enhancements to the same quantum dot technology that the company has been working on for the past few years.

A 'proper' quantum light-emitting diode element emits its own light – the clue is in the name – whereas Samsung's latest TVs use a separate LCD backlight (and an edge-lit backlight, at that) just like any other LED-LCD TV.

This year, there’s a new refined aluminium compound that help make the dots more efficient (and therefore brighter) and more effective at passing pass light through, which creates wider and more accurate colour.

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