2022 Samsung TV lineup: AirPlay, NFT, games, mini-LED, 144Hz refresh rates and more

Samsung’s 2022 TV lineup brings NFT features and AirPlay support along with a dedicated Games hub sporting Nvidia GeForce Now and Google Stadia game streaming.

Samsung's lifestyle photo showing a minimalist living room with a glass rooftop and a Samsung 2022 Micro-LED TV by the wall
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  • Samsung has refreshed its Neo QLED TVs based on mini-LED
  • Also unveiled: New TV sets with micro-LED backlighting
  • New software features: AirPlay, NFT, Games Hub, more

2022 Samsung TVs: AirPlay, NFT, Games Hub and more

Samsung at CES 2022 announced a new lineup of smart television sets for 2022 which include updated models of its popular mini-LED Neo QLED family of TVs and upgraded software features such as the existing AirPlay support and all-new support for non-fungible tokens (NFT). Read: How to set up your Apple TV the right way

Yup, Samsung is jumping on the NFT bandwagon!

NFT support includes buying NFTs, browsing apps, viewing NFT art and similar. The TV sets are still powered by Samsung’s Tizen operating system which now features a revamped home screen with useful shortcuts, curated recommendations and other useful distractions. Read: How to manage settings for external displays on your Mac

One of the more interesting aspects of Samsung’s 2022 TVs is something called Gaming Hub, which will launch later in 2022 with support for game streaming via Nvidia’s GeForce Now and Google’s Stadia service with integrated support for third-party controllers.

Picture enhancements on 2022 Samsung Quantum mini-LEDs

On top of that, there are several iterative improvements such as Shape Adaptive Light. A press release on the Samsung Newsroom website describes it as follows:

The new Shape Adaptive Light technology leverages the Neo Quantum Processor to analyze lines, shapes and surfaces to control the shape of light from the Quantum Mini LEDs, enhancing the brightness and accuracy of all shapes on the screen. The result is outstanding image quality that puts full HDR content on display.

Another nice-to-have: Real Depth Enhancer, “a multi-intelligence picture quality algorithm” that determines and processes an object on the screen against its background “to create a sense of depth,” in Samsung’s own words.

For the rest of the updates, including new micro-LEDs for 2022, a new 89-inch The Wall model and additional models of The Frame, be sure to read Samsung’s press release.