Later this year, Samsung will release TVs using LG Display's OLED panels
During CES 2022, Samsung CEO Han Jong-hee stated that the company was open to purchasing LG Display's OLED panels
Later this year, Samsung is expected to release TVs featuring LG Display's OLED panels.
Samsung will produce new TV models that employ LG Display's white W-OLED panels, according to Elec. Samsung has already signed a deal with LG Display to supply W-OLED panels for a portion of its TV portfolio in 2022.
During CES 2022, Samsung CEO Han Jong-hee stated that the company was open to purchasing LG Display's OLED panels.
During the Consumer Electronics Show (CES) 2022, Samsung introduced its newest micro-LED, Neo QLED, and lifestyle TVs, which promise improved picture and sound quality, additional screen size possibilities, customisable accessories, and an overhauled UI.
The Micro-LED, which comes in sizes of 110-inch, 101-inch, and 89-inch, provides best-in-class picture quality thanks to 25 million micrometre-sized LEDs that emit light and colour individually, creating a highly immersive experience.
The 2022 Micro-LED has a 20-bit greyscale depth, which means it can express every detail in a scene. It also has over 1 million steps of brightness and colour levels, allowing for a genuine HDR experience.