These are the two most powerful contenders but by no means the only ones in the race for tech supremacy in televisions. Samsung already announced the first QD Oled panel and is preparing its new generation of ultra-panoramic curved monitors, such as the Odyssey Neo G9. LG, meanwhile, is launching its Z3 monitor, a top-of-the-range monitor with an 8K matrix, organic panel and the new sixth-generation Alpha 9 processor. They have also revealed their W-OLED TVs with MLA (Micro-Lens Array) technology, due in 2024, boasting up to 70% more light and 30% wider viewing angles. For its part, Chinese firm Hisense presents its 85-inch ULED X that reaches 2,500 nits of brightness and has more than 5,000 independent local dimming zones. It is even more ambitious than the previous top-of-the-range U8K.