Samsung unveil TVs sporting LG Display’s OLED panels later this year
Samsung is believed to be planning to launch TVs with LG Display’s OLED panel later this year. According to Elec, Samsung will release new TV models that use LG Display’s white W-OLED panels. Samsung has already signed a deal with LG Display to supply W-OLED panels to make up the 2022 TV line-up.
Samsung CEO Han Jong-hee declared at CES 2022 that Samsung was willing to purchase an OLED panel by LG Display.
Samsung recently revealed its latest micro-LED Neo QLED, micro-LED, and lifestyle TVs at the Consumer Electronics Show (CES) 2022. They promise you improved sound and picture quality, more extensive screen options, customizable accessories, and a new interface.
The Micro-LED available in 110-inch, 101-inch, and 89-inch sizes deliver top-of-the-line picture quality due to the 25 million micrometer-sized LEDs, which create light and color, making for a fantastic experience.
The 2022 Micro LED supports 20-bit grayscale resolution, meaning it can express every single detail of scenes, giving the most precise control, with more than 1 million brightness levels and color levels, providing the ultimate HDR experience.