“I’ve reviewed quite a number of TVs over the years and this TV hands-down offers the best picture I’ve ever seen”.
Are you on the hunt for the latest TV but are unsure what model to go for? Tech Bytes is back with a review of the S95B OLED from Samsung.
If you have gone TV shopping in recent years, you may have been bamboozled by the jargon and the acronyms, but on the latest Tech Bytes, Jess Kelly decodes it all and talks through what you need to consider when investing in a big screen for your home.
The focus of this review is the Samsung S95B 65” OLED TV.
It is one of the best screens money can buy and Jess deep dives into why.
From unboxing to content consumption, Jess talks through the steps involved in setting this device up. We also look at the connectivity, as well as the sound quality built into the TV and of course picture quality which is the top priority list for most people.
“I have watched this movie a thousand times and this is the best viewing experience I’ve had… every aspect was enhanced. I’ve reviewed quite a number of TVs over the years and this TV hands-down offers the best picture I’ve ever seen”.
What makes Samsung’s OLED Technology unique is, its powered by Quantum Dot, which produces naturally bright and colourful pictures.
That's thanks to remarkable Quantum OLED HDR brightness that brings rich blacks, bright lights and deep contrast and the Neural Quantum Processor 4K which automatically adjusts the brightness, and upscales the resolution of whatever you're watching to 4K.
Thanks to 6 dedicated speakers built into your TV, you’ll enjoy 3D surround sound. Creating lifelike audio that travels around the screen.
The Samsung Solar Cell One Remote allows you to control all your devices with one sleek and sustainable accessory. It is fully solar-powered and charges on indoor light, outdoor light, or USB. So, you can say goodbye to disposable batteries. Plus, it's also been consciously crafted from eco-friendly resin, so you're helping support a more sustainable future.
With oodles of gaming titles on the way for big consoles, endless choice from streaming services and a World Cup on the way, the next TV you buy will have a lot of work to do to keep you and your family entertained.
Watch the review in full here: