Some time ago we echoed the juicy agreement between Samsung and LG regarding OLED televisions. And it is that after several pauses in their negotiations, it finally seems that we are much closer to landing on the market Samsung TVs with OLED panels made by LG. As unlikely as this sounds given the rivalry between the two manufacturers and the deployment of Samsung’s own QD-OLED TVs, the Korean firm was looking for a strategy to offer OLED TVs at a more affordable price, and it seems to have the help of LG It is the decision that they will end up making.
As they assure from Business Korea, Samsung would be preparing an 83-inch model with an OLED panel manufactured by LG that It could be released in September of this year. as soon. The deal involves distributing millions of W-OLED panels from LG to Samsung every year for use in TVs and it looks like this model will be the first to open the can.
Samsung’s first TV with LG OLED panel could arrive in September
According to the Korean media, Samsung has already registered and certified the KQ83SC90A model, which we should end up knowing officially in the coming months. Although the company has not yet announced any statement, everything indicates that this new television will fall within the ‘S90C’ range, to continue with the S95C and S93C with a QD-OLED panel.
The television will represent a new weapon for Samsung to compete in the OLED sector, a field that until recently was dominated by LG. According to the report, the television could end up coming out in September at the earliest to coincide with the IFA in Berlin, although it is also possible that we will also end up seeing it in the next edition of CES along with other models from the firm.
From the medium they also ensure that both Samsung and LG are looking for a “visible alliance” in the field of OLEDs, so it is clear that it would not be the only collaboration that both brands would maintain. Samsung would be interested in launching an 83-inch TV because LG is the only manufacturer that can currently produce OLED panels of this size.
Let’s remember that LG not only has agreements with Samsung regarding its OLED panels, but the firm also distributes its panel technology to companies such as Sony, Panasonic, Philips, Hisense and many others.
Image | Samsung S93C
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