Samsung will bring two series of QD-OLED televisions to the Europe in 2023; the S90C series and the S95C series. Both series come in sizes from 55-inch to 77-inch and feature a QD OLED panel with a 4K resolution.
The S95C is the official successor to the S95B from last year and therefore comes with a rich offer of features and functions. For example, the models in this series have AMD FreeSync Premium Pro support, which, according to Samsung, no other OLED television has. The TVs are also equipped with Dolby Atmos support, including an advanced Dolby Atmos speaker that offers 4.2.2 channel audio with a power of 70 watts. The S95C features a 0.1ms response time and a 144Hz refresh rate. Of course, the Samsung Tizen Smart Hub is also present and new is that the televisions from Samsung this year have Zigbee and Thread so that they can serve as a hub for your smart home. Peripheral devices can be connected to the external One Connect Box, equipped with HDMI 2.1 ports.
The S90C is largely the same but with two major differences. For example, the audio system is less advanced and the One Connect Box is missing. The latter means that the TV is slightly thicker and you connect your peripherals directly to the television. According to Samsung, all 2023 QD OLED televisions a higher brightness than last year, with a maximum of 2000 nits) and they must consume 25 percent less energy. Both series are powered by the Samsung ‘Neural Quantum Processor 4K’ video processor that has been given a new SDR-to-HDR upscaling feature called ‘Auto HDR Remastering’.
Both the S90C and S95C series will be available in 55-inch, 65-inch and 77-inch sizes. Full specifications and prices will be announced later.