First details of Samsung's 2024 QD-OLED TVs emerge

Mike Wheatley

Unlike its rival LG Electronics, which has made a slew of announcements ahead of CES 2024, Samsung Electronics has kept its card held closely to its chest. However, we now have an inkling of what to expect, thanks to a report that unearthed some official regulatory filings the company made it South Korea.


Among the new models expected to launch in 2024 are Samsung’s next-generation QD-OLED TV, called the Samsung S95D and the successor to the popular S90C, which will be called the S90D.

The first details of the new models were spotted by DisplaySpecifications, which says the Samsung S95D will be available in three sizes again – 55-, 65- and 77-inches – in the U.S. and Europe. Details of these new models are scant, but it’s likely that they’ll come with a more advanced QD-OLED panel that may even be brighter, a 144Hz refresh rate, and four HDMI 2.1 ports.

The Samsung S90D will also be available in the same sizes, and once again, no other specifications were listed.

Besides its OLED TVs, Samsung has also filed paperwork for a number of Neo QLED TVs, with both 4K and 8K models to look forward to. The 4K models include the QN95D, QN90D and QN85D, and they’re likely to be equipped with VA panels with Mini-LED backlights and have a 120Hz refresh rate. Sammobile has previously reported that those TVs will be available in 55-, 65-, 75- and 85-inch variants, and at least one of them will also be available in a bigger, 98-inch version.

As for 8K, there’s only one model available – the Samsung SQ800D, in 65-, 75- and 85-inch sizes.

What’s more exciting is that Samsung is also planning to launch additional, presumably lower-end OLED TVs. The company has filed paperwork for the Samsung Q70D, Q75D and Q80D models, which range in size from 55-inches to 85-inches. There will also be a 98-inch Q80D, DisplaySpecifications said.

It’s likely that those step down models will feature OLED panels supplied by LG Display. As such, they will not be QD-OLED TVs but rather, White OLED TVs similar to those sold by LG Electronics, Panasonic, Philips and other brands.

Finally, the company is also said to be planning to debut two new “Crystal UHD TVs” with sizes ranging from 43-inches to 75-inches. The Samsung DU8500 and DU8000 TVs should not be confused with Sony’s Crystal LED TVs, which use MicroLED displays and are among the best displays on the market. Rather, they’re likely to be equipped with IPS or VA LCD panels and have edge backlights. They’ll also have low price tags. For instance, the 85-inch Samsung CU8000 is currently priced at just $1,199 in the U.S.