Samsung’s first QD OLED TV, the S95B, has come online for pre-order. The TV will be sent out on May 6 and is available in both the Netherlands and Belgium. There is a 55-inch option for 2,499 euros and a 65-inch variant for 3,399 euros. 4K TV was announced in March.
The Samsung S95B is the brand’s first QD OLED and is now available In the Samsung Web Store And from May 6 In most electronics stores. TVs have a screen with a resolution of 3840 x 2160 pixels and a refresh rate of 120 Hz. 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.
An OLED 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. The TV features a Neural Quantum processor for 4K upscaling and runs on Tizen software with built-in support for Google Assistant and Amazon Alexa. The TV is equipped with Q-Symphony sound with Dolby Atmos technology. Pre-order comes with Complimentary Dolby Atmos Q700B Soundbar or The Frame 32” TV is free for those who order before May 1st.
The TV has four HDMI connections, an Ethernet port, two USB outputs, a CI slot, an optical audio port, RF-in, and supports Wi-Fi 5, Bluetooth 5.2, eARC and Anynet +. The TV comes standard with a base, but can also be wall-mounted using a 300×200 or Slim Fit wall mount. The TV is not energy efficient: It has energy class G. The 55-inch model consumes between 109 Watts and 310 Watts and the 65-inch model consumes between 132 Watts and 360 Watts of power. The 55-inch screen is 122.5 x 70.9 cm, the 65-inch screen is 144.4 x 83.2 cm and the TV is 3.99 cm.
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