Samsung accidentally reveals the price of new 77-inch QD-OLED TV

Samsung accidentally reveals the price of new 77-inch QD-OLED TV

During CES 2023, Samsung introduced its new QD-OLED TVs with the S95C and S90C lines. Now, the company has revealed the price of one of its most advanced options.

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It is the 77-inch S95C, which will have an official price of US$ 4,499. The value is equivalent to approximately R$ 22,872 in direct conversion.

The information was obtained in a curious way, as it appears on the brand’s website. It was enough to search for the word “OLED”, in the corresponding field on the Samsung page in the United States.

The search results listing includes the S95C and its price, but clicking on the product leads to a “page not found”. This confirms that Samsung is not yet ready to start TV sales, and therefore the appearance of the value was really an accident – and therefore there is no way to know if it will be maintained when sales actually start.

S95C is the most advanced model in the series

No information was obtained about the prices of the smaller sizes of the S95C, nor values ​​corresponding to the S90C. However, it is likely that all other amounts will be smaller, as they are less advanced models.

During CES, the S95C TV arrived as a benchmark by optimizing QD-OLED. That is, it can take full advantage of the technology’s qualities, such as high color accuracy and depth of black tones.

According to information revealed by Samsung at the time, the TV’s maximum brightness was increased to 2,000 nits — a value about 30% higher than previous generations.

The TV has 4K resolution, with support for upscaling of unoptimized content, with restoration of details through artificial intelligence (AI).

Additionally, gamers can enjoy support for 144Hz refresh rates, as well as compatibility with cloud gaming services such as Nvidia GeForce Now and Xbox Cloud Gaming.

Another difference from the S95C is the support for Samsung One Connect as a hub for wired connections, in addition to OTS Plus Sound for optimizing sound characteristics. The S90C, in turn, has the OTS Lite solution.

It is not yet possible to state when Samsung’s new TVs will go on sale. However, the appearance on the brand’s website indicates that this should happen very soon.

Source: SamMobile