LG C1 or Samsung QN95A 55-inch Oled / Qled TV: which one to choose?

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On the one hand, the famous Oled LG 55C1 TV, which needs no introduction, soon replaced by the C2 and still enjoys excellent value for money; on the other hand, the Neo Qled QE55QN95A, Samsung’s most advanced Mini-Led Ultra HD TV in 2021, also much more affordable than when it was launched and equipped with very interesting benefits. Review of the pros and cons of these two televisions for very good value for money.

LG 55C1

Introductory price 1790 €



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Editor's rating: 4 out of 5

Rating: 2 out of 5

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  • LG ElectronicsLG Electronics

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  • 5 year warranty5 year warranty

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Samsung QE55QN95A

Introductory price 2299 €


Samsung QE55QN95A
5 stars by LesNumériques.com

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Editor's rating: 5 out of 5

  • RakutenRakuten

    1,135.00

  • UbaldiUbaldi

    1,280.00

  • IaconoIacono

    1,280.00

  • Home theater solutionsHome theater solutions

    1,289.00

  • Amazon MarketplaceAmazon Marketplace

    1,333.85

  • Son-Video.comSon-Video.com

    1,390.00

  • Cdiscount marketplaceCdiscount marketplace

    1,438.00

  • Fnac.com MarketplaceFnac.com Marketplace

    1,453.00

  • Fnac.comFnac.com

    1,499.00

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    1,499.00

  • SamsungSamsung

    1,999.00

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    1,490.00

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  • eBayeBay

    1,889.99

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The LG 55C1 Oled TV is a benchmark in the market. Whether in SDR or HDR, it simply shows perfect picture quality. The OLED technology offers unsurpassed contrast, very wide viewing angles and instant response time. With its HDMI 2.1 4K 120Hz, ALLM, VRR and G-Sync compatibility, this TV will also suit the most demanding gamers. The labeling problem is no longer a problem on newer OLED televisions, as the protection systems used by the manufacturers automatically manage to reduce the brightness of fixed objects (eg logo, HUB in games, etc.) or put the TV in a screen saver. when a static image is displayed for too long. Despite this idyllic image, the LG Oled TV is outclassed by some advanced LCD models on two specific points: the anti-reflective filter and the top of brightness, two elements that can make the difference in certain environments.

All about automatic pixel update, which preserves your Oled LG 55C1 TV

Samsung QE55QN95A suitable for very bright rooms

Samsung QE65QN95A: Samsung's first Mini-Led TV works wonders

Samsung Neo Qled QE55QN95A Mini-Led TV is probably the best alternative to an OLED TV. Equipped with a Mini-Led backlight system with several hundred zones, this television has the luxury of offering a contrast almost equal to that of an OLED television, with very little flowering visible (halo effect around light objects on a dark background). This backlight technology is perfectly mastered by Samsung and the contrast is amazing, especially from the front where the bloom is imperceptible. The only flaw that we could admit it is a small pumping effect on the subtitles in rather dark productions. The counterpart is a very high brightness peak (1570 cd / m² against 782 cd / m² for LG 55C1), which sublimates HDR content and is very interesting in very bright rooms such as a living room with a large bay window. This TV also has the best anti-reflective filter on the market, which filters out most stray light. Again, this encourages you to install it in a bright room.

The Slim One Connect box allows you to deport the connectors.

The Slim One Connect box allows you to deport the connectors.

The remote control with its small solar panel.  Say goodbye to batteries!

The remote control with its small solar panel. Say goodbye to batteries!

If the durability of the LCD panel is obviously higher than that of the Oled TV, the Samsung model is nonetheless a really good playmate with support for HDMI 2.1 4K 120 Hz, ALLM, VRR and a display delay of less than one frame. Finally, in terms of ergonomics, it stands out with its remote control sockets in an external Slim OneConnect box, which simplifies the installation of the TV on the wall and sometimes even on a TV cabinet, and by using a remote control with solar panel which eliminates the need for batteries.

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