After LG adjusted the version number of its operating system to the current year, you are now dealing with webOS 22 in LG’s OLED G2. You can easily navigate through the menus via the familiar Magic Remote or send your commands to the ThinQ AI via the new Hands Free Voice Control without additional peripherals.
The Samsung S95B uses the in-house Tizen operating system in version 7.0 for navigation. Unfortunately, this year’s version is a bit overloaded and not customizable. You can look forward to a large app selection on both TVs, and you also get additional features like Timeshift and Apple Airplay.
However, you will have to do without the Homekit function on the Samsung. This is reserved for LG’s G2. Both models feature a multi-channel system with Dolby AtmosObject-based surround sound format with 3D-Sound from any direction.