The Samsung S95B is the first QD-Oled TV from the Korean manufacturer. A model combining quantum dots (Quantum Dot) with individual management of the backlighting of Oled technology to provide a bright, precise image with deep blacks. An entire program.
Already seen on the Sony A95K, QD-Oled technology confirms that it will now have to be taken seriously on the television market. The Samsung QE65S95B is a great TV across the board. It is suitable for both movie buffs and video game enthusiasts. Thanks to a high peak of brightness and deep blacks, the image produced particularly enhances HDR content. We just hope that the slowness of Tizen will be corrected in the next updates.
- Image quality.
- Brightness peak for an OLED model.
- High performance anti-reflective filter.
- Powerful audio system.
- Four HDMI 2.1 inputs (4K 120Hz, ALLM, VRR).
- Slowness of Tizen.
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The LG 55C2 – 55-inch (140 cm) version of the LG 65C2 that we tested – remains one of the benchmarks on the television market, offering a perfectly calibrated image and a very high quality HDR experience. LG even offers itself the luxury of reducing the consumption of its Oled TV and improving the responsiveness of the system while increasing the functionalities. On the video processing side, LG no longer has much to prove, both in terms of upscaling and motion compensation. If we add to this an undisguised ease in video games, the LG 55C2 television is a model of versatility that is suitable for everyone: from movie buffs to video game enthusiasts through sports or documentary enthusiasts. It’s hard to be disappointed with the LG C2.