Samsung brings 77 and 83-inch OLED TVs with LG panels to Europe

Samsung confirmed during IFA 2023 that the company is also bringing its new 77-inch and 83-inch OLED televisions to Europe. These models are equipped with OLED panels made by LG Display.

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.