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From gaming to documentaries, experience it all with Neo QLED 8K. The Neo Quantum Processor utilizes AI deep-learning to customize upscale technology to different pieces of content. No matter what you watch, every pixel comes to life in 8K. Quantum leap for neo vision Neo QLED 8K From single intelligence to multi intelligence Experience for optimal viewing experience Neo Quantum Processor 8K 8K AI Upscaling Category-based content grouping Deep learning of each category Enhanced AI intelligence inside 16 neural networks Upgraded AI Upscaling 16 neural networks conduct specific upscaling Everything you see elevated to optimal 8K resolution It all begins with the Neo Quantum Processor 8K Greatness never ends, but evolves #NeoQLED8K #NeoQuantumProcessor #SamsungTV

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