The S95B is Samsung’s first QD OLED TV, and it’s now on preorder

Samsung on March 17 announced that its first 4K OLED TV would be called S95B. Although the TV uses the more advanced QD OLED panel that Samsung Display has developed, the company is just calling it an OLED TV to keep things simple. Samsung has also put the TV on preorder in the United States.

Samsung S95B OLED TV price, preorder details

Samsung S95B price starts at $2,199 in the US for the base 55-inch model. There is a 65-inch variant as well that costs $2,999. You can preorder it via Amazon or Samsung.com. Shipping will start on April 11 as per the latest information.

Features, specifications

Samsung S95B OLED TVSamsung’s first OLED TV has a lot riding on it, so the company has included the best of its technologies in it. The TV supports HDR10+ Adaptive and HRD10+ Gaming technologies to display high dynamic range content. Unfortunately, like other Samsung TVs, Dolby Vision is missing here, and it’ll undoubtedly disappoint many prospective buyers.

The S95B has a native 120Hz panel, and it comes with four HDMI 2.1 ports. As a result, you’ll be able to play games in 4K at 120fps using the latest-gen gaming consoles and high-end GPUs. Other key gaming features, like VRR support (AMD FreeSync Premium and HDMI VRR) and Auto Low Latency Mode (ALLM), are also present.

Among other highlights, you will get the Filmmaker Mode, Dolby Atmos, and eARC support on the Samsung OLED TV.

Tizen handles the smart TV duties, and it’s a pretty decent platform with access to all popular streaming services.

Lastly, the Samsung TV is incredibly slim and has a sleek design that will impress a lot of consumers.

Samsung S95B competitors

The Samsung S95B will be competing with Sony A95K, which is also a QD OLED TV and uses the same panel as the S95B. The price of the Sony model is unclear right now, but it’s very likely to cost more than the Samsung TV.

Other competitors include LG G2. The G2 is LG’s 2022 flagship OLED TV, and it packs the brightest W-OLED panel.


Are you planning to buy the Samsung OLED TV? Let me know in the comment section. If you are interested in more OLED TVs, check out my best OLED TVs roundup.

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