Samsung's big 65-inch S90C OLED 4K TV is down $1000

Samsung's big 65-inch S90C OLED 4K TV is down $1000
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Ready for a new TV? If so, make sure to give Samsung's 65-inch S90C a look now that it's down to $1600 from its original $2600 retail price.

We haven't reviewed the S90C just yet, although we loved its predecessor, but the S90C has a slew of competitive specs and features well worth a look. At this low price, this Samsung OLED is definitely worth considering.

Samsung 65-inch S90C OLED Best Buy deal

Samsung S90C OLED was

Samsung S90C OLED was $2,600, now $1,600 (save $1000)
This Samsung TV comes packed with 4K/120Hz support, HDR, Dolby Atmos and more, making it a solid choice for movie buffs and hardcore gamers alike. At $1000 off, this OLED TV is worth a look if you want a new set that doesn't appear to make many compromises. If it's anything like its predecessor, this is a very good TV indeed.

Samsung makes some excellent TVs, and while we may not have tested the new S90C ourselves yet, it seems to have all the makings of a TV as great as its 2022 predecessor.

So, what does the S90C bring to the table? First up, you're getting 4K support, HDR support by way of HDR10+, Dolby Vision, and HLG, and Dolby Atmos as well as all your favorite apps and services thanks to the S90C's smart functionality. 

For gamers, you're getting 4K/120Hz support, ALLM, and VRR, which is more than enough functionality for most. This TV shouldn't give you any trouble showcasing next-gen games on a PS5 or Xbox Series X in their full glory as well as should make sure the experience is smooth thanks to VRR.

Put simply, if you're looking for a modern smart TV with some premium panel tech and just about all the features you need for gaming, the S90C OLED seems to have everything you could want. With a $1000 discount, this TV is worth a look. 


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Ruben Circelli

Ruben is a long-time freelance consumer technology and gaming journalist, and was previously a Staff Writer at What Hi-Fi?. Since 2014, Ruben has written news, reviews, features, guides, and everything in-between at a huge variety of outlets that include Lifewire, PCGamesN, GamesRadar+, TheGamer, Twinfinite, and many more. Ruben's a dedicated gamer, tech nerd, and the kind of person who misses physical media. In his spare time, you can find Ruben cooking something delicious or, more likely, lying in bed consuming content.