Realme announces first SLED TV with low blue light certification, may launch it in India soon.
Realme has announced the world’s first SLED 4K smart TV with ultra-wide colour gamut as well as TUV Rheinland low blue light certification and the smart TV would launch in India soon. According to the company, the 4K smart TV has been developed in collaboration with John Rooymans — the scientist of SPD Technology, to develop the SLED technology. It is pertinent to note that the new Realme smart TV would essentially be an interesting alternative to Quantum Dot based displays (QLED) TVs out there.
What is SLED? It is a new innovation pertaining to backlight, or in other words, a new take on the good-old LCD formula. The upcoming 55-inch Realme SLED 4K Smart TV makes use of RGB backlighting to turn it into white, thus, reducing the harmful effects of blue light, but also delivers higher colour purity, the company says. In case of QLED TVs, Realme says they use blue backlighting at the initial stage, that is then converted into white light.
According to the handset maker, the SLED technology would a have superior approach to the problem of addressing overall image quality than QLED TVs. Also, SLED emits less blue light than QLED TVs, which is a good thing for user’s eyes. Realme’s rivals and traditional TV makers such as Samsung and OnePlus, both have introduced their QLED TVs in the country, with the latter debuting them last year in India.