Samsung is one of the most technology brand’s known, but until this time they had not have an OLED TV, but they have said that there are launching the first OLED TV of the brand, who will be available in April 2022. This first Samsung’s OLED TV has been named S95B, and the company has promised the panel will perform “well beyond what has been available from OLED TVs to date”.
The OLED panels afford pixels will turn on when they’re being used, and then back off again. As for the brains of the S95B, Samsung has packed in its Neural Quantum Processor 4K, the same one from the QLED range.
This innovation does not change the other advances, this TV has the smart TV experience, it permits download apps, stream content and get online. Samsung has called to this new design “LaserSlim”, and has said that “On the new telly, you’ll also mind Samsung’s Object Tracking Sound and Dolby Atmos, for surround sound. Of course, you’ll usually want to pair your shiny new TV with a surround system”.
The company promises to deliver brighter, more accurate highlights, and more realistic, lifelike colours with the Samsung’s Neural Quantum Processor, the TV comes with extra features such as an OLED brightness booster, and perceptional colour mapping.
The TV will be available in two different sizes, 55-inch with a price of $2,199.99, and 65-inch with a cost of $2,999.99.