We already know that Samsung Display is starting to produce QD-OLED panels, and the first products have already been announced: Sony's A95K QD-OLED TV and Dell's and Samsung's 34" QD-OLED monitors.
It is great to see Samsung Display officially announce its QD-OLED panel lineup at CES 2022. The company is indeed producing three kinds of panels, 55" and 65" 4K panels for TVs and wide 34" panels for monitors. SDC says it will start mass producing the panels "in the first half of 2022".
Samsung Display says that QD-OLED panels offer a superior image quality compared to LG's WOLED panels, mostly because QD-OLED is based on three RGB subpixels while WOLED is based on four WRGB subpixels. SDC says that its architecture enables higher brightness, better color fidelity and improved viewing angles.
According to Samsung, its QD-OLED panels offer a peak brightness of 1,500 nits and a black level of under 0.0005 nits. The QD-OLED panels at a 60-degree angle retain about 80% of the brightness, which is higher than other displays (that only reach 30% to 50% at a 60-degree angle).