It was reported last month that Samsung Electronics and Samsung Display appeared to be in a dispute over the pricing of QD-OLED panels. The reason is that LG’s W-OLED panels are cheaper than QD-OLED panels
, and Samsung Electronics doesn’t want to pay that high panel price, hoping Samsung Display will offer the same price as LG’s panels. After the news came out, many people sweated for Samsung, worried that Samsung’s QD-OLED TV release would be delayed, and even lag behind the Sony Bravia XR A95K equipped with QD-OLED panels. According to the original plan, Samsung should launch its first QD-OLED TV this year, with the first shipment of 500,000 units.
But with Samsung’s QD-OLED TVs on the US official website, that fear now seems to have disappeared. The page shows that Samsung QD-OLED TV is S95B, which is divided into 65-inch and 55-inch versions. The prices are $2999.99 and $2199.99, and orders placed now can be delivered before April 14.
With a 4K resolution and 120Hz refresh rate, the S95B is equipped with a neural quantum processor 4K, a Tizen system, and a high-end Q-Symphony speaker that supports Dolby Atmos. With Motion Xcelerator Turbo+ enhancements, it also eliminates lag and reduces blur, and offers an eye protection mode that intelligently adjusts the display to reduce blue light based on sunrise and sunset times.