Sony A95K, LG G2, Samsung S95B. What’s the best of OLED TV 2022

Sony A95K, LG G2, Samsung S95B. What’s the best of OLED TV 2022


The latest OLED TV 2022 innovations are three series of TVs. They are the Sony A95K, LG G2 and Samsung S95B. Among them, the Sony A95K and Samsung S95B have QD-OLED technology, which appears in 2022 for the first time. As for the LG G2 with OLED evo panel, we first encountered such a combination in 2021.

Sony A95K, LG G2, Samsung S95B. Which is the best of the 2022 OLED TVs.
However, the LG G1 OLED evo was not equipped with a radiator, which should noticeably add brightness. In this regard, we can consider that we are facing 3 OLED TVs with updated technology. In this article, we will try to compare Samsung S95B, LG G2 and Sony A95K on a few distinctive parameters. After that, everyone will decide for themselves which 2022 OLED TV to buy for their needs.

The LG G1 and Sony A90J were the two best OLED TVs available in 2021. Not surprisingly, these TV manufacturers didn’t stop there. In 2022, Samsung joined them with the new S95B series, which has QD-OLED technology. What are the differences between these three models, and what should you pay attention to?

Design


The G2 benefits from LG’s sleek new sophistication and distinctive “Gallery” wall design. The frame around the screen has been reduced to 6 mm. The former beveled sides are smoother. All this makes the G2 even more elegant and futuristic than its predecessor.

LG has also switched to a new composite fiber material to connect the screen to the soundbar. The weight is down 6 kilograms compared to the OLED65G1. This makes the latter design even more suitable for wall mounting. Like the 2021, the G2 does not have a stand included. The TV is wall mount oriented.

The Sony A95K has an extremely thin screen with a black frame, giving the TV a subtle understated elegance. The A95K can be hung on the wall, although it is not as designed for that as the G2. Samsung’s S95B, a frameless design called “4 Bezel-less,” can also be hung on the wall, just like the A95K.

Picture quality


The main innovation in the Serim G2 is that a heatsink has been added to last year’s Evo G1 series configuration, giving it increased brightness. This will allow the G2 to run even brighter without increasing its susceptibility to screen burn-in. Heat is a major concern for burnout in OLED TVs.

Absorbing this heat contributes to increased brightness. As a result, the G2 should deliver some of the most impressive and accurate high dynamic range (HDR) images we’ve ever seen in OLED TVs. The Sony A95K and Samsung S95B use brand new OLED technology based on the Quantum Dot color system.

QD-OLED

Previously, quantum dots were only used in LCD TVs, including Samsung’s famous QLED TVs. Thus, we are facing a confrontation between the conventional WOLED TV and TVs with the QD-OLED system. QD-OLED uses a blue OLED that directs its light to red and green layers of quantum dots.

Removing the white pixel element from the mix allows QD-OLED to potentially provide richer, cleaner and brighter colors. In theory, QD-OLED TVs should have a wider color palette. However, to see this difference, movies should also be shot with an expanded color palette.

Sony also claims that the A95K provides better viewing angles, even though conventional OLED displays have never had a problem in this regard. As for the Samsung S95B series, unlike its two competitors, this series does not have a heatsink that increases peak brightness.

We will not describe the processors that these three models are equipped with. We will only say that LG is more focused on trying to recreate the image as it originally was. Sony is more interested in making images look closer to the way our eyes see the real world.

Another intriguing feature is the Sony A95K’s Bravia camera. There is no such camera on the LG G2 or the Samsung S95B. This magnetically mounted camera can monitor your viewing position, taking into account how close you are to the screen, and adjust the brightness of the image accordingly for a better experience.

Game Mode.


The G2 has another big functional advantage over the A95K in this regard. All four of its four HDMI 2.1 inputs support the full range of advanced gaming features. These include 4K / 120Hz, variable refresh rate and low-latency automatic mode switching.

The Sony A95K has only two of the four HDMI ports that support these features. As for the S95B, it also has four HDMI 2.1 ports. However, the S95B series only supports frequencies up to 120 Hz. Another advantage of the LG G2 in gaming mode is the HDR Gaming feature.

Sony and Samsung have no such standard. On the other hand, there are not many games that support HDR Gaming. As for the other HDR standards, LG and Sony have Dolby Vision, while Samsung is content with only the HDR10+ format. LG G2 TVs have a feature that automatically reduces peak brightness slightly in gaming mode.

This is so that if you use the TV in gaming mode for a long time, screen burnout will not occur. The Sony A95K and Samsung S95B do not have this feature. It is possible that TVs with QD-OLED technology are not subject to burn-in at all. However, their panels also have organic LEDs.

On the other hand, LG offers a 5-year warranty on all of its latest OLED TVs for free replacement of the panel if the panel gets burned in that time. That’s not to say, of course, that the work to replace that panel will be free. However, the Sony A95K and Samsung S95B don’t offer that guarantee either.

Sound Quality


The A95K series TVs look like they have more options in the sound segment than the G2 and S95B. First, Sony continues to work with Acoustic Surface technology, which has been exclusive to Sony’s OLED displays for several years. The actuators behind the OLED panel cause the TV screen to play sound.

As a result, the sound is transmitted with effect. This is not the effect of the rear-mounted speakers you find in most modern televisions. The Acoustic Surface usually provides a very open, smooth midrange, and can also make sounds track the position of “noisy” objects on the screen as they move across the screen.

As you’d expect, the A95K gets two 20-watt drives that have been optimized for the new QD-OLED panel. They work together with two 10-watt subwoofers to amplify the bass. The G2 OLED uses a more standard audio system, with speakers built into the TV’s sleek body.

The built-in speaker system in the Samsung S95B is 2.2.2 sound, consisting of six speakers of 10 watts each. Each of the TVs in question supports Dolby Atmos sound and also has a system for mixing stereo soundtracks so that they sound more three-dimensional and Atmos-like.

Note, however, that only the A95K can play DTS formats. This TV also has IMAX Enhanced technology. The flagship OLED models from LG and Samsung lack these features.

Price and range of diagonals

The LG G2 will be available starting in spring 2022 with screen sizes of 55, 65, 77, 83 and 97 inches. That is, the 97-inch G2 OLED TV is a novelty, opening up new possibilities for OLED offerings. Sony’s A95K lineup, as well as Samsung’s S95B, is limited to only 55- and 65-inch sizes.

Since Sony and Samsung have no other models, here are the approximate prices for the 55 and 65 diagonals that are known at the time of writing. The LG OLED55G2 is expected to cost $2300 and the LG OLED65G2 is expected to cost $3000. The Samsung QN55S95B has a starting price of $2200 and the Samsung QN65S95B will sell for $3000. As for Sony’s model prices, the Sony XR-555X95K is $3000 and the Sony XR-65X95K is $4000.

What OLED TV to buy in 2022

To answer this question, you should first ask the question, how will you use it? If you need a TV primarily for gaming, you won’t find a better option than the LG G2 today. If you need a TV with a diagonal other than 55 and 65 inches, you shouldn’t consider QD-OLED TVs that don’t have other diagonals in their range.

On the other hand, the LG G2 doesn’t have the same peak brightness as QD-OLED TVs. In other words, it can’t display bright colors perfectly at high brightness levels. Instead, it bobbles up the white level. Also, the LG G2 is worse calibrated from the factory than the A95K and S95B.

Among the three competitors, the A95K has advanced audio capabilities and likely the most peak brightness. But if you look at the prices, it’s the most expensive TV of the three reviewed in this article.

The LG G2 and Samsung S95B have about the same prices. However, Samsung is going to sell its S95B televisions at a slightly lower price than the LG G2 televisions. And that’s no small factor either. Which OLED TV of these three would you buy?

 

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