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Samsung targets gamers with new S95C 77-inch QD-OLED TV

Samsung accidentally leak 77-inch gaming-tailored QD-OLED TV

Updated: Jan 31, 2023 11:25 am
Samsung targets gamers with new S95C 77-inch QD-OLED TV

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Samsung has unofficially unveiled its successor to the hugely popular S95B – by mistakenly listing the product on its online storefront. It will be called the S95C and will come in a 77-inch format – making it the largest QD-OLED TV to date.

Better yet, the new 77-inch QD-OLED TV will focus more on gaming performance this time, offering up AMD FreeSync Premium Pro (Frame matching technology that reduces the chances of screen tear in fast-moving images).

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Samsung S95C to supersede S95B

As with its predecessor, the Samsung S95C will also support Dolby Atmos audio and HDR10+/HLG, allowing the new TV to deliver exceptional audio and visual quality.

A Samsung spokesperson said the following about the S95C QD-OLED TV:
And with a 0.1ms response time and up to 144Hz refresh rate, S95C eliminates ghosting – onscreen blurs when images fade rather than completely disappear 0 and offers calibration and visualization options not found on other televisions

It’s worth noting, Samsung accidentally leaked the S95C on its US store recently, a listing which has since been taken down.

It’s unclear when the S95C will launch, however, it’s already causing quite a stir within the TV enthusiast community.

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Samsung S95C
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Samsung also launch S90C QD-OLED TV in 77 and 55-inch variants

Samsung has also announced a new S90C QD-OLED model as well, said to come in 55-inch and 77-inch variants.

While the S90C will be similar to the S95C, it will feature a much less sophisticated audio solution.

At this early stage, there aren’t many details available for the S95C or S90C, with limited specifications on offer.

Having said that, Samsung has stated that the S95C will go toe-to-toe with both QD-OLED and WOLED alternatives.

Samsung S95C potential pricing

Unfortunately, initial pricing for the S95C look set at around $4,500 on launch – making the new Samsung S95C one of the more expensive options in todays market.

However, with 144Hz and the arrival of FreeSync Premium Pro Certification, we’ll likely see a decent uplift in gaming performance.

For as long as he can remember, Charlie has always been interested in computers and gaming. It all started with the Sega Mega Drive and then evolved into PC gaming in his early teens.

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