There has been a lot of debate between LG and Samsung, with regards to their new televisions, the LG LCD vs. Samsung LCD. This debate has been present since the beginning, when the LCD TVs came out, and it has been a point of contention ever since. To some, it is a simple decision based on which brand you choose. But in reality, these two companies have more in common than what their marketing teams would like us to believe. Here is how these companies compare one another.
Both companies produce plasma televisions that use LCD technology. In fact, this is where they separate themselves. Plasma TV differs from LCD TV simply because LCD televisions use backlighting technology whereas most plasma TVs do not. However, LG did come up with the idea of integrating its LCD backlight with its flat screen, which is how the LG LCD vs. Samsung LCD became a fight in the first place.
One of the differences that they have with one another is that LG uses a thin film transistor liquid crystal display technology known as LCD-TFT (liquid crystal display technology) while Samsung uses a thin copper metal substrate technology known as AMOLED (an organic light-emissive metal). These two technologies have different characteristics that are good or bad for each company. LG has been able to incorporate its LCD-TFT technology into its LCD-based televisions, which makes them thinner, lighter and more energy efficient. This is why LG’s LCD-TFT televisions are considered better than those of Samsung.
On the other hand, Samsung uses AMOLED on its televisions so that the color saturation can be as good as possible, which gives a much crisper image quality. In fact, Samsung’s screens are so crisp that some people say that watching LG’s televisions is like looking through a glass microscope. On the other hand, LG’s QLED television screens are said to be even more energy efficient than their LED rivals.
Another thing that LG has that Samsung cannot match is the company’s Plasma TV technology. Aside from the bright and colorful screens of their new TVs, the company claims that their plasmas use less power than any other televisions before it. With a brand new TV running on a 60W plasma, the company claims that the average power consumption of their televisions are only about half of what it used to be. This is how efficient LG and Samsung are when it comes to using electricity and their methods of cutting down on electrical waste.
When it comes to the two different technologies that they use when making their televisions, LG once again scores the advantage. It has its own Easyonseye Screen Savers that makes it easier for you to change your screen and it also has a very efficient motion detector, which is one step above the old On Screen Display system. The new Larga Display System, or LG’s newest system, is also said to be very efficient. This is because with the latest technology, the display is clearer and brighter. It also uses a new light-emitting diode (LED) backlight rather than the old phosphor-based backlight. This is why LG has the edge over its competitors when it comes to its televisions – efficiency and power.
While both TVs have the LED backlight as the main source of light behind their screens, only LG has the technology that can fit two high definition televisions into one compact television box. This is one advantage that the Korean electronics giant has over its rival. Its TVs are also built with its QuickFit technology. This means that they can be easily connected to their respective televisions by a wireless cable. In this way, you don’t have to connect them through the wall or run any wires.
When comparing the new tv tech of LG and Samsung, the truth is that LG has come out ahead on several fronts. However, there are still a few things that the latter company can do to surpass its rival. For instance, LG is leaps and bounds ahead when it comes to its picture quality. It has the best contrast ratio and color accuracy. The plasma screen that Samsung uses for its TVs is also quite impressive when you compare them side by side, but ultimately, it is the technology of the company that wins this battle.
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