Samsung’s smaller OLED TVs would be very good news for your wallet

Samsung is launching its first 4K OLED TVs this year – and not just any OLED TVs. They use a new kind of OLED panel called QD-OLED, which mixes the Quantum Dot color-enhancing tech from Samsung’s QLED TVs with OLED pixels. And in our Samsung S95B hands-on the results look very promising indeed.

However, like all new technologies there are some downsides, and in the case of QD-OLED, it’s the price and the sizes. All of the best OLED TVs are pretty premium, but Samsung’s are set to be near the upper end of the price range, and the Sony A95K (which uses the same QD-OLED panel) will be even more expensive.

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