Samsung S95D Oled Tv At Ces

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Earlier this week, Samsung announced official pricing for its 2024 TVs, opening the door for entertainment enthusiasts and long-awaited upgraders to put their money where their mouth is for their latest home screens. Like LG and TCL, AI anti-glare is at the heart of this year’s Samsung TVs. S95D OLED model to the increasingly popular ones Frame tv to the humble 4K QLED that most people are likely to buy. Oh, and Samsung will introduce a 65-inch 4K TV — starting in 2022 with the TU690T any tv of it it’s sweet if you preorder it.

Amazon, not to be outdone Big Spring Sale This weekend also matches Samsung’s free TV offer and makes it the destination for Prime members to upgrade to the latest QLED, OLED, 8K and lifestyle kits with $100 off each model.

It is undoubtedly the showpiece of Samsung’s 2024 TV line-up S95D OLEDZDNET’s Jason Hiner and I first laid eyes on it at CES in January. Its predecessor, the S95C OLED, was already fantastic when tested, and the latest model steps things up with an anti-glare display that solves one of the biggest problems with today’s OLED panels: neutralizing the distracting reflections of ambient light to produce. greater contrast and somehow stronger color intensity.

There are cheaper ones Model S90D it loses the anti-glare treatment, but gets an updated AI processor to increase depth, increase the refresh rate to 144Hz and upscale 4K resolution. Note that the S90D doesn’t come in sizes smaller than 55 inches, compared to, say, LG’s new C4 OLED, which is available in 42 and 48 inches.

Also: Samsung’s S95D OLED is the best TV of CES 2024 and the best in the world right now.

Big update this year Frame tv is the ability to downgrade to a 60Hz refresh rate for reduced power consumption. As for the expensive but more accessible than ever 8K models (QN800D and QN900D), Samsung is hoping its new AI-enhancing and motion-enhancing features will be enough to entice potential buyers if a bonus 65-inch TV won’t work.

Finally, let’s talk about “free TV”. This is the TU690T model, released in 2022, with a passable Crystal UHD 4K processor (for upscaling) and two HDMI ports. The precision display technology, called “Direct Lit LED,” isn’t local dimming like the best mini LED sets we’ve tested at ZDNET, but according to Amazon shoppers, it should be bright enough in most lighting conditions.

Finally, a free 65-inch TV that normally retails for $449 shouldn’t be the main reason you buy one of these. Samsung’s 2024 models. But if you’re considering picking one of these up, whether it’s a Frame TV, OLED, or 8K QLED, it’s not a bad idea to have an extra set for the basement, living room, or spare. If you become a Prime member, Amazon will even give you an extra $100.

Amazon’s 2024 Spring Sale runs from March 20-25 on the retail giant’s website.

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