Rumors and unofficial information that Samsung has the intention to use LG Display panels in TVs of its own production have been around for quite some time – since the end of 2021.

And finally it happened: Samsung officially presented an 83-inch OLED TV model in the S90C line (QN83S90CAFXZA), which is based on the LG Display WOLED panel with a 4K resolution. Considering the fact that models with smaller diagonals in this line use Samsung’s traditional in-house QD-OLED panels, this may confuse some buyers who do not pay close attention to technical specifications.

Samsung presented the first TV with LG Display OLED panel

Otherwise, it’s a typical Samsung TV: with the company’s Neural Quantum processor, Tizen operating system, HDR support (but no Dolby Vision), Dolby Atmos, HDMI 2.1 ports (4K@144 Hz), solar remote control, etc.

The TV will go on sale in the US this week, with a suggested retail price of $5,400 — almost as much as the 83-inch LG C3 when it went on sale this spring.