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Which OLED TV to choose in 2024 ?

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After smartphones, one of the most central screens in our lives is the TV screen, which allows us to enjoy numerous multimedia content. Whether for films, series, streaming or gaming, choosing a TV is as important as it is complicated, given the proliferation of standards and other marketing names.

It is for this reason that today we are going to help you choose among the best OLED TVs, the technology that allows you to obtain the best viewing experience of the moment.

What is OLED technology ?

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OLED technology (for Organic Light-Emitting Diode) is a display method used in the best screens, whether for televisions, smartphones and tablets. Unlike LCD (Liquid Crystal Display) screens which require a backlight to produce light, OLED screens use self-emitting pixels which produce their own light. Here are the main aspects of OLED technology:

Organic materials

OLEDs use materials organic compounds composed of layers of organic semiconductors. These materials can emit light when subjected to an electric current.

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Each pixel in an OLED display is made of organic materials that emit light individually. They do not need a backlight like LCD screens, allowing for deeper blacks and better contrast.

Wide viewing angles

OLED displays generally offer good viewing angles, meaning the image remains consistent even when you look at the screen from the side.

Low power consumption: OLED displays can consume less power than LCD displays because they do not need a backlight. Additionally, pixels can be turned off individually to display truly deep blacks, which can further reduce power consumption, especially in dark images.


Due to the nature of the organic materials used, OLED displays can be flexible and even bendable. This opens up possibilities for innovation in the design of electronic devices.

In summary, OLED technology offers superior picture quality, deep blacks, high contrast, flexibility and energy efficiency, making it a popular choice for many electronic devices.

What is the difference between OLED and QD-OLED ?

The main difference between & #8217;OLED and QD-OLED (Quantum Dot OLED not to be confused with QLED which uses classic LEDs and does not have the advantages of OLED) lies in the use of quantum dots in the QD -OLED to improve image quality. Here are the distinctive points of OLED and QD-OLED:

OLED uses organic light-emitting diodes to produce light. Each pixel emits its own light, providing deep blacks and high contrast. QD-OLED combines OLED technology with the addition of quantum dots.

OLED diodes provide the main light source, while quantum dots are used to improve the color gamut and color accuracy of the display. Quantum dots therefore extend the color gamut and improve color accuracy compared to traditional OLED displays, providing better color reproduction and a more immersive viewing experience.

In addition, thanks to quantum dots, QD-OLED TVs can offer higher brightness than traditional OLED displays, which can be beneficial for better visibility in very sunny environments or for displaying HDR content with high contrast.

In summary, although OLED and QD-OLED share many similarities, the main difference is the addition of quantum dots in QD-OLED to improve image quality , especially when it comes to color gamut and color accuracy.

Should you wait to buy a Micro LED TV instead?

While QD-OLED is currently the best consumer technology when it comes to displays, Samsung is working on what will likely be the next standard for high-end TVs. Indeed, Samsung has launched in 2022 if you have to treat yourself a little.

There is every reason to believe that Micro LED technology will be the next major evolution televisions. Like OLED, they do not require backlighting since each Micro LED produces its own light, they also offer infinite contrast, but differ from OLED in interesting ways. In fact, Micro LEDs are up to 10 times brighter according to Samsung, and pose no problem with diode marking (or burn-in phenomenon).

So, we can legitimately wonder if it is not better to wait a few months to buy a Micro LED TV rather than an OLED… Well no!

The wait will rather be several years. Indeed, Micro LED technology is still extremely expensive, and it will take years before Samsung releases models ready for the general public at prices that will not be insane. So, if you want to change your TV in 2024, there are no regrets when it comes to purchasing an OLED model.

The criteria for selecting an OLED TV

We have identified 4 main criteria for choosing an OLED TV. It is therefore important to think about these subjects before embarking on the purchase.

The budget

Obviously, the first thing to determine when purchasing an OLED TV is the budget you are willing to devote to it. Be aware, however, that OLED TV models for less than 1000 euros are quite rare, and that you will therefore have to plan a fairly substantial budget. Knowing that OLED currently represents the best in screen technology in every aspect (except perhaps longevity), enjoying the best experience obviously comes at a price.

Your use

The use you make of the TV will also be an important criterion to take into account in your choice of OLED screen. Thus, the needs of a person who only wants to watch streaming content will not be the same as those with a 4K Ultra HD Blu-ray game library, or a gamer who will absolutely need a port HDMI 2.1 to take advantage of the latest advances from the PS5 or Xbox Series X.


Whether for an OLED screen or another form of TV, size is always a determining criterion in the final choice. There are only a few models of small OLED screens, LG being one of the rare manufacturers to offer a 42-inch OLED TV. So, OLED models generally have a size of 55, 65 or 77 inches.


The Brightness is not the strongest point of OLED screens. So, if you want to make the most of your TV, you will necessarily have to choose a model with very high brightness if you put it in a room that is often sunny. A point which will of course influence the budget given that the brightest OLED models are also often the most expensive.

Sony A95L OLED: the best of all

Which OLED TV to choose in 2024 ?

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If there is one OLED TV to choose with your eyes closed if the question of budget is not the most important to you, it is the Sony A95L OLED which is necessary. The Japanese manufacturer's image processing here is superior to anything the competition does, offering the best possible experience whether watching HDR content or gaming.

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Using a QD-OLED panel, blacks are perfect and colors are vibrant. Optimized for gaming with its HDMI 2.1 ports allowing you to exploit the variable refresh rate, low latency mode and 4K @ 120Hz of the PS5 or Xbox Series X. We will also appreciate the use of the Google TV interface which allows the installation of the plethora of applications offered by the Play Store.

It is also the best compromise with regard to sunny rooms, this one being particularly bright, all while having an excellent anti-reflective treatment. Available in 55, 65 and 77 inches, the Sony A95L OLED requires a substantial budget, with the models costing 3290, 3990 and 6490 euros respectively.

Samsung S90C OLED: the best value for money from Korea

Which OLED TV to choose in 2024 ?

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You are more of a supporter of the Korean brand and want to spend less money on your OLED TV? The Samsung S90C OLED is made for you. Almost as efficient as the Sony A95L, its price is much more affordable.

Since Samsung does not want to pay for the license, it will have to do without Dolby Vision HDR. However, this screen produces an absolutely exceptional image, which also benefits from infinite contrast and all the advantages of OLED screens. Slightly less bright, it still offers better features for gamers such as 4 HDMI 2.1 ports, the possibility of displaying in 4K @ 144Hz, as well as G-SYNC and FreeSync compatibility.< /p>

An excellent value for money which is available in 55, 65 and 77 inches, at prices twice lower than the Sony model at 1590, 2190 and 3090 euros.

LG C3 OLED: gamers' favorite

Which OLED TV to choose in 2024 ?

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Unlike the Sony A95L OLED and Samsung S90C OLED, the LG C3 does not use QD-OLED technology. It is therefore slightly less luminous and its colors are slightly less vibrant than its competitors. However, the LG C3 has arguments to defend such as the presence of the Dolby Vision HDR format, but also the existence of a large number of different sizes.

The features it offers make it a fantastic machine for gaming, offering 4 HDMI 2.1 ports, 4x gaming @ 120 FPS, G-SYNC and FreeSync compatibility, as well as compatibility with the Dolby Visions HDR gaming function. Available in 42, 48, 55, 65, 77 and 83 inches, the 42-inch version also represents a computer screen of choice, superior to what is available in this category at an equivalent price. These models are available at prices of 1020, 1290, 1590, 1930, 2990 and 4490 euros.

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Teilor Stone

By Teilor Stone

Teilor Stone has been a reporter on the news desk since 2013. Before that she wrote about young adolescence and family dynamics for Styles and was the legal affairs correspondent for the Metro desk. Before joining Thesaxon , Teilor Stone worked as a staff writer at the Village Voice and a freelancer for Newsday, The Wall Street Journal, GQ and Mirabella. To get in touch, contact me through my teilor@nizhtimes.com 1-800-268-7116