Samsung and LG Televisions at CES 2015 – a brief comparison


4K technology has already become an old-school.  The tough competition in the market among the television manufacturers have pushed the makers to implement newer and newer technology to stand out in the market and increase their sales. Bendable, curved, HDR, quantum-dots and ultra-slim are few latest features seen in televisions this year at CES.

The latest high-tech TV technology has caught fire between the two giant rivals  Samsung and LG. The companies, even directly picked a battle CES 2015 to debate their improved features.


Samsung SUHD:

Samsung, in CES 2015, has launched a range of SUHD TVs that adjust the brightness of the image and consumes power accordingly without compromising on the picture quality. It uses nano-crystal semi-conductors wrapped around the edge of the TV to achieve the efficiency.

The company claims it as a ‘groundbreaking’ advancement in technology with eco-friendly feature. It has also refined its curved technology with ‘chamfer’ that offers greater apparent depth to the picture.

There would be three ranges of SUHD TVs: JS9500; JS9000 and JS8500, with nine screen sizes ranging from 48″ to 88″ in each. It has been officially confirmed that the TVs will be powered by open-source Tizen Platform.



LG has been ravishing and bragging about its unique OLED technology for past couple of year and in this CES 2015 it has shot up all the more with the unveiling of ten new Ultra HD 4K OLED TVs. These ten variants comprises of curved, flat and flexible designs.

The EF9500 series will be flat and come in 55in and 65in variants while the EG9600 series will be curved and also available in 55″ and 65″ versions. The 77EF9000 is the only flexible model announced. This 4K OLED flexible model can be made flat or curved at the touch of a button.

 Samsung SUHD and LG OLED – a brief comparison:

        Samsung SUHD TVs



SUHD which is LED with quantum dots OLED which is organic LED
SUHD technology adjust the brightness of the screen and power consumption depending on the room and surrounding. OLED technology is more popular for producing deeper blacks and vibrant colors and energy-efficient.





Launched 3 variants that will be available in nine different sizes – 48″to 88″ Launched around 10 variants.


All the variants are curved. The shapes vary from ultra-thin, flat, curved to flexible. 77EF9000 is the flexible model that can be curved at the touch of the button.


Not yet disclosed Mid or later part of 2015.


Expected to be lesser than LG OLED TVs Very expensive – expected to start from $4500.


LG OLED and Samsung SUHD TVs were high up on the wave at CES this year but only after they hit the market will we know if OLED or SUHD technologies make any difference to the viewers.