In recent weeks, several reports have appeared about cheaper, large OLED televisions from Samsung that result from a collaboration with LG Display. Samsung confirmed the arrival of these models during IFA 2023 and indicated that they will also appear on the European market.
Both televisions use a WOLED panel made by LG Display, falling slightly below the previously launched QD-OLED models that Samsung produced and marketed. This is a standard OLED.EX panel, without the new MLA technology. The 83-inch model will be called S91C, while the 77-inch model will be called S89C.
The OLED televisions have 4K resolution, Samsung’s Tizen smart TV platform, HDMI 2.1 ports, HDR10+, Dolby Atmos, and Filmmaker Mode. Prices for both televisions have already surfaced in Germany. For example, the 77-inch model will cost 3,500 euros, while the 83-inch model will sell for 5,000 euros.