Back when OLED displays were less of a known quantity, Samsung’s curved KN55S9C was its first and only attempt at an OLED TV. Suffice to say the South Korean giant went down another path that would eventually lead to its Quantum Dot QLED TVs.
Having propelled QLED into the consciousness of consumers, Samsung has traded barbs with LG over OLED in a (sometimes amusing) ‘difference of opinions’. And given LG is the pre-eminent producer of OLED displays for TVs – pretty much any brand with an OLED in its line-up buys the display from LG – and the landscape of TV tech has been condensed into a fight between Quantum Dot displays and OLED.
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