Samsung TVs of 2022 will open the door to the world of gaming!

Despite the fact that some manufacturers have dropped out of CES due to the pandemic, Samsung has decided to bet heavily. From it it presented beautiful devices. However, one of the biggest highlights is undoubtedly the television. However, this manufacturer has presented the new generation of smart TVs with micro-LED and Neo-QLED panels. In addition to many improvements in picture and sound quality, we have to point out one detail. Samsung televisions from 2022 will open the door to the gaming world thanks to the integration of the Samsung Gaming Hub. However, we now have support for three game streaming services: GeForce Now, Stadia and Utomik. But there will be more very soon.

Samsung TVs of 2022 will open the door to the world of gaming!

Despite the inclusion of Stadia and GeForce Now, Xbox Cloud Gaming has been banned. However, Samsung says this is just the beginning. That said, more services will be included soon.

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Samsung has confirmed to The Verge’s website that it will support these services. However, apps are not preinstalled on TVs.

In addition to cloud gaming services, Samsung will also interact with consoles that are connected to the TV via HDMI. This will be the case for PlayStation 5, XBOX and Nintendo Switch.

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But there is more news! The Samsung TV Games HUB also gives you access to YouTube gaming and favorite streamers.

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Samsung’s Gaming Hub will be available on some TV models from this manufacturer that will hit the market in 2022. However, it is currently unknown whether this new feature will reach older smart TVs as well. That would be great news, of course.

Messages outside of the gaming hub highlight improvements in picture quality, resolution, and sound for new TVs. However, all of this will be presented in detail later.

Stadia is already available on some Android TVs. However, this gaming service is absent from Samsung TVs because they run the Tizen operating system. With the advent of the gaming hub, this won’t be a problem anymore. I remember LG doing something similar to their TVs that were running WebOS. In other words, it launched its own app for that.

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