QD-OLED is great for TV lovers, but not for the reason you think

Since Sony and Samsung unveiled their upcoming Bravia A95K QD-OLED and new S95B OLED, respectively, a lot of messages have focused on their ability to get 200% color saturation from LED-LCD TVs and have higher peak brightness than traditional OLED TVs. As it turns out, this is probably not the most amazing feature.

At a recent Sony QD-OLED TV demo in New York, we were quite impressed with how well it handles off-axis color saturation — a major problem with LED-LCD TVs and, to some extent, traditional OLED TVs that have lost saturation after a 60-degree viewing angle .