The South Korean manufacturer will unveil its most expected QD-OLED panels shortly. Precisely the brand is working on presenting to the public the 77 and 49-inch slabs as early as next year.
The QD-OLED display technology was first seen on select Samsung and Sony TV models early this year. The technology is here to stay with the mega launch from Samsung coming next year. The new 77 and 49-inch diagonals will supplement the present production of 55 and 65-inch QD-OLED panels, according to the business DSCC, which specializes in display difficulties.
These two new QD-OLED panel sizes are expected to hit the market next year and might be implemented into future TV models in 2023. No information on the projected definition for these 77 and 49-inch slabs has been released yet, but it’s a good guess that we’re talking about Ultra HD slabs, as FlatpanelsHD points out. More novelties will be spilled out when it lands on the market come 2023.
Samsung Display now manufactures 30,000 8.5G substrates every month, from which it can cut around 1.8 million 55- and 65-inch QD-OLED panels per year. The latter remains prohibitively expensive: the new 55-inch Samsung S95B TV, the brand’s first QD-OLED model, costs about 2500 euros.
As previously stated, Samsung and Sony are the only TV manufacturers presently using QD-OLED technology in their 2022 models. It is also rumored that Panasonic and TCL are thinking about its adoption.