Samsung has recently introduced a new Neo QLED TV series which equips quantum Mini LED screens, and quantum matrix technology. Neo QLED increases the brightness to 12bit, 4096 levels, which helps make dark areas darker and bright areas brighter, resulting in a more precise and immersive HDR experience.
Now, the company has launched a new remote control for this year’s new Neo QLED TV series with an environmentally friendly design. The remote control has a built-in lithium battery and a solar panel on the back.
Samsung has removed the traditional AAA battery slot. At the bottom, it equips a Type-C port that can be used to charge the device without sunlight.
While the AAA batteries last for a long time but the users still wanted the removal of external battery input. Following the feedback from users, Samsung has decided to make an in-built battery remote for its Neo QLED TVs.
The South Korean tech firm predicts that if they can replace all non-replaceable battery devices then it will be able to reduce 20 million one-time electric AAA battery trash.