After accidentally launching last week, the Samsung S95C finally has an official price tag. You can pre-order the S95C over at Samsung direct as we speak – but with a listing price of $4,500, it’s not for everyone.
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Samsung S95C 77-inch QD-OLED TV
Samsung launched the S95C last week, equipped with a new 77-inch QD-OLED design that is the first of its kind. Despite offering a few additional features, the new 77-inch model maintains many of the same features found in its predecessor, the Samsung S95B.
Despite that being the case, the S95C still hits shelves for a shade under $4,500 – making it one of the most expensive 4K OLED TVs in today’s market.
Samsung S95C specifications
As far as specifications are concerned, Samsung is claiming an impressive 2,000 nit peak brightness – putting it on par with mini-LED technology. The new set is able to reach these luminance levels thanks to its new QD-OLED panel technology, utilizing “HyperEfficient EL” OLED materials and Samsung’s IntelliSense AI.
On top of this, consumers can expect a speedy 144Hz refresh rate, making it a faster display than the LG C2 and upcoming LG C3.
Like all OLED displays, the S95C will come equipped with a lighting-quick 0.1ms response time, eradicating annoying screen artifacts like ghosting. Alongside that, users can expect perfect blacks, an infinite contrast ratio, and HDR 10+ certification.
Unfortunately, and like Samsung’s aging models, the S95C will not support Dolby Vision.
All-in-all, the S95C is an incredibly impressive TV – albeit highly-priced. Comparing the new QD-OLED TV to LG’s G2 77-inch, you’d have to say that it still featured relatively good value for money.