TP Vision is considering Philips TVs with Samsung’s QD OLED panels. The company confirmed this in an interview with HDTVTest. The manufacturer is currently evaluating prototypes of these televisions.
Danny Tuck, Senior doctor TP Vision product strategy and planning, He confirms the news in a video interview. “We’ve been in the market for a number of years with LG Display’s woled panels. Now we’re also exploring Samsung’s Quantum Doto LED panel,” Tak says in a chat with YouTube channel HDTVTest.
The company confirms that it has prototypes of this in its “innovation center” in Ghent. The company says that it is currently comparing two different OLED panels against each other. “We will soon decide which board to bring to market in the near future,” says Tuck. TP Vision plans to unveil its 2023 TV lineup in February.
Samsung launched its first QD OLED panels on the market this year. Unlike LG’s OLED panels, Samsung’s QD OLED displays are based on blue OLED screens with red and green quantum dot color filters. According to the manufacturer, this should ensure better color reproduction and higher peak brightness. Tweakers previously published reviews of the first two QD OLED TVs on the market: Sony A95K And the Samsung S95B.
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