The 2023 Consumer Electronics Show will be an event full of news for the television industry: in addition to the presentation of the first wireless TV in the world, in the setting of Las Vegas we will witness the debut of Sharp mini LED LCD TV in the worldas well as a new high-end XLED TV from the same brand.
For some time Sharp seems to no longer be among the reference brands in the television sector; however, in 2023 the situation could change significantly. According to what was recently declared by the company itself, first of all Sharp will release the AQUOS XLED F8 Mini LED TV on the global market: This is the brand’s first mini LED TV, featuring a 65-inch 4K 120Hz display, with 2160 zones of local dimming and an impressive peak brightness of 1800 nits.
To accompany him will then be a prototype of the world’s largest mini LED LCD TVwhose diagonal should be equal to 120 inches: “Sharp will be exhibiting flagship AQUOS TV models for the global market. Visitors will be able to experience a new generation of images with exceptional brightness and color expression created by mini-LED backlighting and Quantum Point technology.”Sharp said.
The return of the Japanese house on the flagship TV market should therefore take place with bomb announcements, but will it actually concern Europe or will it be limited to the United States? Considered the importance of the Old Continent it is very likely that Sharp includes this in his plans, but it is better not to take this decision for granted. Consequently, we will await confirmations.
Samsung’s first 77-inch QD-OLED TV should also debut at CES 2023.