At the beginning of this year, Samsung introduced its QD-OLED televisions in screen sizes of 55 inches, 65 inches, and 77 inches. The company debuted an OLED television with a screen size of 83 inches that was manufactured by LG Display and included a WRGB OLED panel. The television was made available for purchase in the United States. Now, Samsung is offering WRGB OLED televisions with screen sizes of 77 and 83 inches in Europe. The WRGB OLED TV from Samsung is offered in 77- and 83-inch screen sizes for sale in the European market. These televisions are available in two different models, the S89C and the S91C. The table mount stands with the S89C may be adjusted in width.
However, the table mount stand with the S91C is more traditional and similar to what we’ve seen on several other high-end TVs from Samsung. These brand-new OLED TV models were also displayed in the IFA 2023 stand that the South Korean company occupied in Berlin, Germany. The 77-inch model of the S89C OLED TV is denoted by the model number QE77S89C, and the 83-inch model is denoted by the model number QE83S89C. The OLED television with the model number S91C bears model numbers QT77S91C and QT83S91C, respectively, for the 77-inch and 83-inch versions.
It is important to verify the prices of these televisions on the Samsung website that is specific to your nation because the prices will vary from country to country. Both WRGB OLED TVs, like their QD-OLED counterparts, are equipped with a comparable feature set. These televisions come equipped with a 4K panel that has a frame rate of 144 Hz, a reaction time of 0.1 milliseconds, VRR, HDR10, HDR10+, HDR10+ Adaptive, HDR10+ GAMING, HLG, 100% coverage of the DCI-P3 color gamut, Pantone Validation, and AMD FreeSync Premium Pro. The TVs have a 40W 2.1-channel speaker configuration, Wireless Dolby Atmos, Q-Symphony 2.0, Active Voice Amplifier, Adaptive Sound Plus, and Object Tracking Sound Lite.
Additionally, the TVs include Object Tracking Sound Lite. The Tizen 7.0 operating system powers these WRGB OLED TVs and contains a Quantum Neural Processor. They come with a VESA mount that is 400 mm by 300 mm. Additionally, these televisions are equipped with Wi-Fi 5, Wi-Fi Direct, Wireless DeX, DLNA, AirPlay 2, Miracast, MultiView, SmartView, Bluetooth 5.2, Tap View, Tap Sound, an optical audio out connector, four HDMI 2.1 connections (one of which comes equipped with eARC), one Ethernet port, and three USB Type-A ports.
Both the S89C and S91C OLED TVs come with a Solar Cell Remote that is capable of being charged by natural light, radio waves in the vicinity, or the USB Type-C socket on the back of the television. The televisions come equipped with a number of additional features, including Alexa, Bixby, Game Bar, Google Assistant, Samsung Gaming Hub, Samsung Health, Samsung TV Plus, SmartThings, SmartThings Hub, Super Ultrawide GameView, and SmartThings Hub.
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