CES 2023: Samsung Presents Massive 77-inch S95C QD-OLED Home TV

Last year, Korean tech giant Samsung unveiled the Samsung S95B QD-OLED TV – a superb TV that shook up the consumer industry and engaged in strong competition with top TV manufacturers such as the likes of LG and Sony. Since the Quantum-Dot (QD) OLED technology was brand-new, screen sizes of only 65 inches and 55 inches were available.

However, just a year later, Samsung recently revealed their 77-inch S95C QD-OLED TV at CES 2023, along with a number of firmware upgrades and fixes.

Every year, it appears that an increasing number of people are eager to upgrade to larger TVs. Samsung has combined its superb QD-OLED panel with a larger 77-inch screen to provide users with an unparalleled and immersive experience. The S95C appears to be brighter than the S95B, and its new panel will, in theory, be more durable and consume less power.

The S95C QD-OLED TV’s main selling point is its massive size, but Samsung claims it also has a few other advantages, such as increased brightness of each RGB pixel. For up to 2,000 nits of brightness, the new panel employs OLED HyperEfficient EL material in conjunction with optimization software.

The S95C does not disappoint in terms of sound quality. It boasts a 70-watt, 4.2.2-channel Dolby Atmos speaker setup. There is also a higher native refresh rate of 144Hz (up from 120Hz on the S95B) and AMD’s FreeSync Premium Pro certification, which Samsung claims is a first in the OLED TV world. This significantly improves the OLED gaming experience with HDR gameplay.

Samsung is known for emphasising its TV’s gaming capabilities, and the S95C is no exception. The S95C includes the most recent version of Samsung’s Gaming Hub for Tizen OS, which gives users access to Microsoft Xbox, Utomik, and Amazon Luna. Starting in 2023, Nvidia GeForce Now will also offer 4K support, which Samsung also claims has never been done before.

More information about pricing and availability will be announced in the coming months.