A peak maximum brightness of 2,000 nits and an increase in power efficiency of up to 25 percent are just two of the key specifications that the display division has teased.

The S95B was able to put out around 2000 nits of peak brightness. It also appears to be higher than the 1,800 nits that anLG spokesman told FlatPanelsHD that it should be able to reach.

Peak brightness isn't the be-all and end-all of picture quality, brighter screens tend to produce better HDR with more impact If they can sustain this brightness over a large portion of the screen, it will make the new TVs more viable for use in bright rooms, where dimmer models can suffer from excessive reflections and poor visibility. It would take a peak brightness of 2,000 nits for the QD-OLED panels to match the U8H.

Samsung Display’s ultra-wide 49-inch QD-OLED panel.
Samsung Display’s ultra-wide 49-inch QD-OLED for monitors.
Image: Samsung Display

According to the company, it has been able to push the brightness of its QD-OLED panels further this year thanks to a combination of a new brightness optimizer and a new material.

QD-OLED panels are brighter and can be found in a wider variety of sizes. The larger 77-inch TV panel that was teased in September is the same size as last year's monitors and TVs. An ultrawide 49-inch QD-OLED panel is going to be included in the new Odyssey G95SC monitor.

The model numbers of the TVs that these panels are expected to appear in are not known. If the 2,000 nit promise is reflective of the real-world brightness of its latest TVs, then 2023 may see one of the key issues that have plaguedOLED TVs finally addressed.