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Samsung Will Be Offering OLED TVs Too - So How Will That Work?

The Koreans have a complex TV market strategy for 2022, here’s what will likely happen

Samsung, the world’s biggest TV manufacturer, will be active in all three current display technologies this year — LED/LCD, QD-OLED and OLED — via a deal it made with LG Display. It’s a first for the Koreans and a rather exciting development for the TV market in general. (Image: Samsung)

CES 2022 — during which Samsung, LG and Sony announced their new television models, including Sony’s first MiniLED TVs and the first QD-OLED TVs in the world — was way more exciting for picture quality enthusiasts




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Kostas Farkonas

Kostas Farkonas

Veteran journalist, project kickstarter, tech nut, cynical gamer, music addict, movie maniac | Medium top writer in Television, Movies, Gaming |

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