Samsung has announced its biggest OLED TV ever. The company has unveiled the 83-inch version of the S90C OLED TV. However, unlike 55-inch, 65-inch, and 77-inch versions of the TV that use QD-OLED panels made by Samsung Display, this 83-inch version uses a WRGB OLED panel from LG Display.
The TV is priced at $5,400 in the US, and you can sign up for it today. There is no release date in sight yet. A similarly-sized OLED TV from LG is priced at $5,300 in the US.
Samsung's 83-inch S90C OLED TV uses LG's WOLED panel
The 83-inch S90C OLED TV (QN83S90C) features a 10-bit W-OLED 4K panel with a 144Hz variable refresh rate, AMD FreeSync Premium Pro, HDR10+, HDR10+ Adaptive, and HDR10+ Gaming. Thanks to its self-emissive nature, it covers 100% DCI-P3 color space and has perfect blacks. Samsung claims that the TV's colors are validated by Pantone. It doesn't support Dolby Vision HDR, though.
The TV has 40W 2.1-channel speakers. It supports Dolby Atmos and can sync wirelessly with Q-Symphony-compatible soundbars from Samsung. Other audio features include Active Voice Amplifier, Adaptive Sound+, Object Sound Tracking Lite, and it can function as a Bluetooth speaker.
The 83-inch S90C OLED TV has four HDMI 2.1 ports, three USB Type-A ports, an Ethernet port, an optical audio out port, and a cable port. It also features Wi-Fi 5, Wi-Fi Direct, Miracast, AirPlay 2, DLNA, and Bluetooth 5.2.
It uses the Neural Quantum Processor and runs the Tizen 7.0 operating system. It has access to all the audio and video streaming apps. It also has Alexa, Bixby, Google Assistant, Samsung Health, Samsung TV Plus, SmartThings Hub, Tap Sound, Tap View, and Wireless DeX.
For gamers, this TV offers Game Bar, Samsung Gaming Hub, and Super Ultrawide Game View. Samsung Gaming Hub brings access to various cloud game streaming services, including Amazon Luna, Microsoft Xbox Cloud, Nvidia GeForce Now, and Utomik.
Although extremely slim, it lacks the One Connect Box and Zero Gap Wall Mount that comes with the S95C. It also comes with the SolarCell Remote that can charge its battery using ambient light, nearby radio waves, and a USB Type-C port.