I tested Samsung's glare-free OLED TV vs. traditional OLED TVs – here's what I learned


OLED is a much-anticipated display technology in consumer products from phones to TVs. OLED TVs are consistently ranked as the best TVs due to their unmatched contrast, steadily improving brightness with each new generation of sets, dynamic colors and refined detail. However, there is one area where OLED TVs suffer: reflections.

The pixels in OLED displays dim individually as needed, making them capable of greater lighting control than LED and mini-LED TVs, which use a separate backlight. But OLED TVs lack the brightness compared to mini-LED TVs, and their dim screens mean that reflections can become a real issue. In recent years, some of the best OLED TVs like the LG G3 and Panasonic MZ2000 have introduced brightness-enhancing micro-lens-array (MLA) technology to limit reflections. And while MLA has helped make OLED TVs brighter, reflections remain a problem.

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