Amazingly bright, incredibly slim
Slim Backlight Drive™
Our innovative Slim Backlight Drive cleverly guides light to where it’s needed most on screen. You’ll enjoy the best of both worlds - exceptional picture quality in an ultra slim TV.
How the Slim Backlight Drive works
The dual layer edge backlighting structure directs light where its needed
The Slim Backlight Drive™ has two layers of light guide plates, allowing precise local dimming control, similar to the quality of a full-array LED backlight. Together with our X-tended Dynamic Range™ PRO backlighting algorithm, this new structure creates beautiful contrast from an incredibly slim form.
Conventional edge LED
Conventional full-array LED
Slim Backlight Drive
Capturing the full range of dark and light
X-tended Dynamic Range PRO™
By precisely balancing the light output across the screen, dimming some areas and boosting others, X-tended Dynamic Range PRO™ reveals a brightness range three times that of a conventional LED-backlit TV, and it enhances any source to near HDR quality with a wider range of brightness.
Optimising brightness, frame by frame
4K Processor X1™ with Dynamic Contrast Enhancer
4K TVs with the 4K Processor X1 dramatically improve the brightness range, even without X-tended Dynamic Range PRO. This is thanks to Dynamic Contrast Enhancer, which optimises the range of brightness frame by frame according to what’s happening on screen.
Experience a greater range of brightness
With the 4K Processor X1 chip you'll see more bright and more dark in every picture
High Dynamic Range – be ready for the future
Like 4K, High Dynamic Range (HDR) represents a huge step forward in picture quality. While current video standards are based on CRT TVs with low brightness capabilities, HDR signals carry much more brightness information. So HDR-ready TVs can display greater contrast, a wider colour spectrum, and improved detail, for exceptional clarity across the screen.