Samsung announced its first QD OLED TV: the S95B. This 4K TV appears in 55 and 65 inch sizes and is likely to be on sale in the Netherlands in May. In addition, the Neo Qled 8K TV is coming to the Netherlands in three different formats, and Samsung comes with new Lifestyle TVs.
S95B It features the same Neural Quantum Processor for 4K upscaling as other new Samsung TVs and runs on the same Tizen software with built-in support for Google Assistant and Amazon Alexa. The TV is equipped with Q-Symphony sound with Dolby Atmos technology.
The screen resolution is 3840 x 2160 pixels. The Samsung website mentions a refresh rate of 120Hz, but it should go up to 144Hz. The TV supports the HDR10+ standard for dynamic metadata, but not Dolby Vision. The S95B uses Samsung’s Motion Xcelerator Turbo+ to counteract lag and distortion, which Samsung says is especially useful for gaming. The TV is also equipped with a Depth Boost mode and an “Eye Comfort” mode where the picture automatically displays less blue light when it’s evening.
The 55-inch model is priced at $2,200 in the US, while the 65-inch model is priced at $3000. The TV comes with a stand, but Samsung charges an extra $120 to be able to mount the TV and another $130 to $300 for the included wall mount. The cost of TV in the Netherlands has not yet been announced. It is known that the TV should be on sale in the Netherlands in the middle of the second quarter of 2022, which means somewhere in May.
there was It has been popular for a long time Samsung will launch 55- and 65-inch QD OLED TVs this year. during CES Received the Innovation Award for Samsung 65 inch QD OLED TV. Samsung started testing production of QD OLED panels in 2020 and He said at the time that it would start in 2021 With mass production of panels.
QD OLED TVs are based on subpixels of blue OLEDs, which are partly equipped with green and red quantum dot filters. According to Samsung, the color reproduction is better than other OLED TVs. The panel maker also states that QD OLED panels have better viewing angles than panels based on LG Display’s white OLEDs. Moreover, Samsung Display states that QD-oled panels can provide a screen that can appear brighter. Samsung said at the beginning of this year The panels can achieve a brightness of 1000 cd / m².
Neo Qled 8K and Lifestyle
In addition to QD OLED TVs, Samsung will also launch a new series of Neo Qled 8K TVs with small LED backlighting from the second quarter. They were already previously announced† TVs, as the name suggests, have a resolution of 8K and use a drive similar to the S95B to upgrade to 8K. The Neo Qled 8K comes in three sizes: 65-inch, 75-inch and 85-inch.
on the Samsung website It can be seen that the new QN800B will cost 3999, 5799 and 7499 euros for the 65, 75 and 85 models. The QN900B will cost 5699, 7699 and 9999 euros. QN800A And the QN900AIn the Netherlands, costs range between 2999 and 5999 euros and between 4,699 and 9999 euros.
Samsung also has Lifestyle series update With new models from The Frame, The Serif and The Sero. Unlike previous years, TVs are equipped with a new matte screen that reduces reflections and increases viewing angle. This is especially useful for The Frame TV. This would make the art that Samsung displays on TVs look like a real painting.
Samsung also revamped the Art Store with access to 1,600 artworks and free access to National Geographic photos for six months. The Art Store trial also runs from one to two months. In addition to the matte screen, the Serif has also been given a new matte finish, and the Sero is equipped with a host of enhanced features, including an improved portrait display.
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