Samsung S95C OLED TV

The Samsung S95C QD-OLED TV Has Been Revealed With A 77-Inch Version And A Much Thinner Display For Wall Mounting

Massive improvements.

Yesterday, we wrote about the fact that Samsung Display had revealed it had made a 77″ QD-OLED panel, and Samsung has now revealed where it’ll be used, which is the Samsung S95C QD-OLED.

Samsung says that the model will be available in Q2 in Australia in 77″, 65″ and 55″ variations, and here’s the best part of the S95C. For those of you who like wall mounting TVs, the S95C finally brings a uniform, 10mm display thickness, thanks to Samsung’s One Connect box which wasn’t on the TV last year.

Samsung S95C

The panel is said to be 2,000 nits bright which is quite a bit higher than the 1,500 nits of the S95B last year. As far as other improvements, there’s now 144Hz support as well as AMD FreeSync Premium Pro.

HDTVTest’s Vincent Teoh did a video on the display, and was really impressed with the 2023 version of the Samsung S95C. You can watch that video below:

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Samsung’s GameBar has also been improved this year with GameBar 3.0. MiniMap Sharing allows you to see your mini map at a glance on any display whilst Virtual Aim Point, allows you to view more noticeable crosshairs in any game to get the perfect shot.

As far as speakers go, there’s now a Dolby Atmos capable 4.2.2. channel setup, which you can see in the below imagery.

Samsung S95C

I have to say, the S95B was really highly regarded, what Samsung appear to have done with the S95C is well, worth watching, with the improvements to the display in terms of brightness and design improvements, it’s going to be one hard TV to beat in 2023.