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SKYWORTH announces SKYWORTH S82, Q72, A20 Pro and G90 TVs

by Vyncent ChanSeptember 23, 2021
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SKYWORTH has just announced their latest premium offerings, the SKYWORTH S82 and Q72, as well as the more wallet-friendly SKYWORTH A20 Pro and G90 TVs. Technically, SKYWORTH considers the 48″ G90 a “gaming monitor”, but I don’t really think anything above 32″ suitable for use with a computer on a desk, so there’s that.

SKYWORTH S82 – premium color accurate OLED panel

SKYWORTH S82 design

The SKYWORTH S82 is a member of their “Supreme” family, with a focus on color accuracy and image quality. The SKYWORTH S82’s 4K OLED panel boast an impressive Delta E of just 0.86, with support for various gamuts including sRGB, BT.2020 and DCI-P3, for flawless color reproduction. Aside from improving the vividness of the visuals in movies, gamers can also take advantage of the SKYWORTH S82’s 48Hz to 120Hz VRR support.

On top of the amazing panel, SKYWORTH packed the S82 full of cutting edge features, including a SKYWORTH ALS Ambient Light Sensor and Dolby Vision IQ to dynamically adjust the screen brightness and color temperature based on your ambient lighting, for a more comfortable viewing experience. Audio is also set to be amazing, with the SKYWORTH AUDIO DRUM delivering 20W of power. Its frequency response starts from 50Hz, promising excellent bass reproduction for impactful sound. There’s Dolby Atmos enhancement too for a realistic surround sound experience in your living room.

SKYWORTH S82 front back

All of that makes the SKYWORTH S82’s razor thin 3.9mm profile all the more stunning. SKYWORTH achieved this via the use of the new in-house OLED Basic Module (OBM) Slim Technology. This uses a metal composite material (MCM) backplane to help cool the OLED panel while also providing support for the panel, instead of conventional designs that consist of separate heatsinks and metal backplanes.

The SKYWORTH S82 is available in two sizes, 55″ and 65″.

SKYWORTH Q72 – miniLED awesomeness

SKYWORTH Q72

Developed in partnership with BOE, the SKYWORTH Q72 features a whopping 20 736 miniLEDs across 2304 zones, giving you precise control over the bright and dark areas in your image. Thanks to this impressive array of miniLEDs coupled with SKYWORTH’s AI Matrix Dimming technology, the SKYWORTH Q72 promises a contrast ratio of 1 000 000:1 and a peak brightness of up to 1500 nits. Aside from that, the display is also capable of an excellent 115% DCI-P3, with 10-bit color depth for vibrant, realistic colors. You get Dolby Vision and HDR10 support here too, to further enhance your viewing experience.

SKYWORTH Q72 front back

For sound, you have both Dolby Atmos and DTS:X enhancement. Meanwhile on the hardware end, SKYWORTH crammed a 2.1.2 audio system into the SKYWORTH Q72, giving you two front-firing channels, two upward-firing audio channels and one external wireless subwoofer to deliver a true surround sound not unlike a movie theater.

You can get the SKYWORTH Q72 in 75″ and 86″ sizes.

SKYWORTH A20 Pro and SKYWORTH G90

For those who are looking for more affordable options, there’s the SKYWORTH A20 Pro and the SKYWORTH G90. The SKYWORTH A20 Pro packs a 4K 120Hz ADS panel and a high screen-to-body ratio of 99%. It offers features like MEMC, 120Hz VRR with HDMI 2.1, SKYWORTH ALS Ambient Light Sensor, Dolby Atmos and JBL sound.

Meanwhile the SKYWORTH G90 is a 48″ 4K 120Hz OLED gaming monitor with VRR support. While it is a monitor, it still packs features like WiFi 6 connectivity and Dolby Atmos audio, making it a pretty strong option for gamers to get it as a gaming TV for their setup, instead of having it in the living room.

SKYWORTH will be launching the new TVs in China first, with overseas markets to get the TVs at a later date.

Pokdepinion: Definitely looking forward to see how much the SKYWORTH Q72 will be priced here in Malaysia!

About The Author
Vyncent Chan
Technology enthusiast, casual gamer, pharmacy graduate. Strongly opposes proprietary standards and always on the look out for incredible bang-for-buck.