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Samsung Display Set For Next Generation of QD-OLED Products at CES

Samsung Display Set For Next Generation of QD-OLED Products at CES

Last year at CES, Samsung Display debuted the first products featuring its new QD-OLED technology, with the panels featured on TV’s from Samsung Electronics (the S95 OLED) and Sony (the A95K OLED). Both earned rave reviews from the tech press.

Now, ahead of the 2023 CES, where Samsung will be back to full in-person participation for the first time since 2020. And Samsung Display has announced that it will debut an updated version of the panel, called “QD-OLED 2023.”

The company added that it will bring the technology to a 77-inch TV size, along with “55-inch, 65-inch, and 34-inch displays, as well as a 49-inch ultra-wide monitor.”

Using what it calls “advanced optimization algorithm IntelliSense AI and new OLED HyperEfficient EL material,” Samsung Display is promising to deliver RGB color brightness of more than 2,000 nits.

The company also announced that the QD-OLED 2023 model reduces power consumption by up to 25 percent, compared to the 2022 version.

Samsung Display is the division that makes the monitors, while Samsung Electronics makes the TVs; as of Tuesday mid-day, there had not yet been an announcement about the actual TVs, nor about availability or pricing. But the company did, on Monday, release images of both a TV and a 49-inch ultra-wide monitor.

And in an even more futuristic technology, Samsung Display has introduced something called “New Digital Cockpit,” which will be targeted towards the autonomous car market. It features a display for entertainment, featuring both a 34-inch display and a 15.6-inch display, meant for entertainment for those riding in autonomous cars.

“OLED is in the limelight as a key part of luxurious car interior design as it adds ‘perfect black expression’ to design,” an unnamed Samsung Display official said in the company’s announcement. “With Samsung Display’s flexible and curved design products, we’re able to offer a variety of automotive solutions.” Earlier versions of the Digital Cockpit had been demonstrated by Samsung in 2018 and 2021.