Let’s talk about Samsung and their new generation of QD OLED TVs for 2023 that will come in two areas and three sizes using the next generation OLED panel from Samsung Display. The 2023 range includes the S95C, and the more affordable S90C and both models will be offered in 55″, 65″ and now 77″ options, which actually is the new baby.
Both models feature the next generation quantum dot OLED panels that can also be found on the Odyssey OLED G 9 monitors. This panel has a claim to peak brightness of 2000 nits. It also uses a standard RGB subpixel layout instead of the W RGB layout that LG uses, which apparently is better color saturation. Despite the increase in brightness, Sammy still claims reduce power consumption by the way.
Between both models the main difference is literally the design the S95C has a slimmer body due to the presence of Samsung’s One Connect Box while the affordable model has all built in connectors and still slim. Both TV support 144 hertz refresh rate and the Samsung Gaming Hub feature.
Also these models are the first OLED TVs to be certified with AMD FreeSync Premium Pro for variable refresh rates and HDR while gaming.
The company also announced updated Neo QLED 8K and 4K models with mini LED backlights and Samsung’s new neural quantum processor with forcing the processing and AI upscaling. Also, we got new micro OLED models for this year with sizes that range from 50 to 140 inches in size if you can afford any of them. For now, we don’t have any information on those prices. But you know, they’re crazy.