While the A95K does not exactly offer the accessible version of Android 10, version 7 of Tizen is more navigation-friendly and does not make you search through the menu structure on the Samsung TV for a long time. Gesture control on the Sony, a distance warning and automatic person detection for picture and sound calibration set the home theater device – realized by the included Bravia Cam – apart from the S95B’s equipment package.
An additional unique selling point in our comparison of the Samsung S95B QD-OLED vs Sony A95K QD-OLED is the illuminated remote control on the Japanese manufacturer’s TV and the two-way mounting of the stand. This way, you can let the stand disappear completely behind the case, if you like.
In addition to a twin tuner, a USB recording function is also available on both TVs if required. Although Apple Air Play is integrated on the S95B, the QD flagship does not have the Homekit feature. On the other hand, you don’t have to worry about the Sony. You will find the full Apple program here. Besides Bixby, which is exclusively preinstalled on the Samsung TV, you can also talk to Alexa or Google Assistant.