We have seen television, making an evolution from the days of the tube to the time of LCD and now the OLED. Over the years, we have also seen different forms and alternatives of LED tech. We have the Samsung’s QLED and now, we have a smart TV, whose screen is made using the latest SLED technology.
Chinese tech giant Realme has introduced what it called the world’s first SLED 4K Smart TV. The technology was developed by Realme specialists in collaboration with John Roymans, a leading researcher at SPD Technology (Spectral Power Distribution). It is coming as a better alternative to Quantum Dot based displays (QLED).
The company explained that the new technology uses red, green, and blue LEDs that are converted to white light. These is quite different compared from QLED that converts light from blue LEDs to white via Quantum dots.
Realme didn’t officially state what SLED stands for, but the term ‘Super’ was thrown around a few times so maybe it means Super-LED. While we await the full meaning of SLED, it will be important to note that first SLED TV is a 55-inch 4K Smart TV that delivers 108% of the NTSC colour gamut. It has passed through TUV Rheinland certification, which shows a significant reduction in intensity of emitting blue light.
Realme has not yet announced the price and availability for the TV set, we hope to update you when the company makes this known.