4K OLED TVs of 77 inches and above are on sale for several hundred euros at Darty this weekend!

4K OLED TVs of 77 inches and above are on sale for several hundred euros at Darty this weekend!
4K OLED TVs of 77 inches and above are on sale for several hundred euros at Darty this weekend!

Good news 4K OLED TVs of 77 inches and above are on sale for several hundred euros at Darty this weekend!

Published on 06/22/2024 at 9:54 p.m.

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Large 4K OLED TVs from LG, Samsung, Sony and Philips are on sale for several hundred euros this weekend at Darty and even very recent models like the S95D are affected.

The best large 4K OLED TVs are currently on sale at Darty!

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In addition to the discounts already present, Refund Offers from brands and other promotions already present on the site, Darty is offering this weekend a flash offer allowing you to have a -10% discount ! It works on all OLED TVs 77 inches and above thanks to the code TVOLED10.

  • Please note, the offer is only valid until Sunday 06/23/2024 at 11:59 p.m., so don’t wait to take advantage of it!

To give you the example of the 77-inch LG G3:

  • Launch price of the 77-inch LG C3: €3,790
  • Current price thanks to a Darty promotion: €2,990
  • Final price with the Flash offer: €2,692.50

You therefore save €1097.50 on this model, a total discount of -29%

And on an ultra high-end model like the 88-inch Z3, the saving is even €2,497.50!

OLED quality

OLED technology uses self-emitting pixels in your TV. Working independently of each other, they can turn off and on individually depending on the image. This allows you to create true blacks and infinite contrasts.

With the improvement of technology in recent years, the brightness has become higher and higher and the colors more realistic and vibrant. And of course, HDR is included on these 4K TVs.

Video game

When it comes to OLED, we are on the high end and this selection is not lacking. This is perfect for video games which take full advantage of the magnificent images, quality sound, but also the very good characteristics of these models which notably offer display frequencies of 120 Hz and more.

This is essential, given that PS5, Xbox Series and the most powerful gaming PCs are capable of sending 120 images per second to your television (or even more for the most powerful PCs).

And of course, we have HDMI 2.1 ports here, essential for 4K 120Hz+, but also VRR, ALLM, AMD FreeSync and even Nvidia G-Sync on certain models. All of this allows you to have an excellent experience on all your games, whatever device you play with!

Sony, Philips, Samsung, LG: What to choose?

At this level of quality, the differences are not gigantic between the different brands, except on very specific models like the LG M3 and Z3 which have a remote case for the first, and 8K for the Z3, while being sold with its own piece of furniture with high-end finishes.

Among the major changes between the brands we have:

  • Dolby Vision: which is missing at Sasmung
  • Ambilight technology at Philips which allows you to be even more immersed in your favorite content
  • Small improvements for PS5 at Sony.

The quality of the panels also differs, in the same way as the audio processing and the TV OS. We advise you to take a look at our guides to the best 4K TVs to have as much information as possible on the issue.

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