Samsung has sliced the official recommended retail pricing of its entire range of QLED TVs as the battle in the competitive television market hots up in Australia.
The original prices announced in March as Samsung’s new televisions were about to go on sale have been readjusted to take on rival brands which have just released their 2017 TV ranges.
Prices have been reduced by up to $10,000 as seen with Samsung’s top-of-the-line 88-inch series 9 QLED TV which went from $39,999 down to $29,999.
Samsung’s new QLED TVs have quantum dot alloy material under the hood to produce deeper blacks, better clarity and improved colour accuracy.
Samsung’s new televisions are also the world’s first to be certified with 100 per cent colour volume so colours can be shown more accurately at all levels of brightness.
All the TVs in the Samsung’s Series 7, Series 8 and Series 9 have had their prices cut at the end of June.
The TVs range in size from 55-inch all the way up to 88-inch and are both flat (Series 7 and Series 9) and curves (Series 8).
Here is the latest pricing for Samsung QLED 4K TV range:
QLED Q9 88-inch TV $29,999 – down from $39,999
QLED Q9 75-inch TV $13,999 – down from $14,999
QLED Q9 65-inch TV $8,299 – down from $9,499
QLED Q8 75-inch TV $11,499 – down from $12,499
QLED Q8 65-inch TV $6,899 – down from $7,499
QLED Q8 55-inch TV $4,899 – down from $5,499
QLED Q7 75-inch TV $9,999 – down from $10,999
QLED Q7 65-inch TV $5,999 – down from $6,499
QLED Q7 55-inch TV $3,999 -down from $4,499