Samsung has just announced the pricing and availability of its impressive 2021 TV and soundbar range which includes the stunning 8K and 4K Neo QLED TVs which offer an all-new level of picture and audio quality.
The global leader in TVs for 15 years in a row, Samsung has once again met the demand for larger screen TVs as well as an attractive portfolio of lifestyle TVs. The new Samsung TVs will be available in stores from today.
The 2021 Samsung TV ranges goes from its flagship Neo QLED 8K and 4K TVs all the way through to the regular 4K QLED , entry-level Crystal UHD and lifestyle line-up with a range of prices to suit every budget and every Australian home.
“What we watch and how we watch it has changed, and as we enter our 15th year as market leader, it is our role to continue to provide industry pioneering innovations that is designed for the way we live,” said Hass Mahdi, Head of Audio Visual, Samsung Australia.
“Neo QLED technology is a game-changer for big screen TVs in Australia, we’ve reengineered how the picture comes to life.
“We know Australians are buying bigger TVs and that picture quality is the number one consideration for many customers when upgrading, Neo QLED will offer incredible contrast, colour and brightness to deliver an unparalleled viewing experience.”
The Samsung Neo QLED 8K and 4K TVs introduce some remarkable new technology including a new light source made up of microscopic LEDs to deliver even deeper blacks, better contrast and vibrant, accurate colours.
The Quantum Mini LED is 1/40th if the thickness of a standard Samsung LED which means more precise light control in a smaller package.
The Samsung Neo QLED 8K TV (QN900) has an Infinity Design with a near bezel-less screen.
The TV also has an attachable Slim One Connect box that has been re-designed to be even more compact and assist with cable management.
On the audio side the Samsung Neo QLED also include OTS (object tracking sound) which delivers dynamic sound that matches the movement of objects on the screen through the speakers that line the edge of the TV.
Samsung’s lifestyles TVs include the Sero – which can adjust form landscape to portrait mode like your phone; the Serif a standalone TV that has it its own legs and the Terrace TV which is designed to be used and withstand the outdoors.
The flagship Samsung Q Series soundbar will include True Dolby and DTS:X with 11.1.4 ch surround sound for a room-filling sound incorporating 11 channels, one subwoofer and four upfiring channels.
“Australians appreciate high quality audio as part of their visual experience and the 2021 line-up showcases Samsung’s commitment to innovation with new audio advancements that raise the bar in sound quality,” said Samsung’s Hass Mahdi.
“Offering the ultimate immersive audio experience at home, the Q950A, engineered by Samsung’s Audio Lab is the perfect match for our new Neo QLED range providing Dolby Atmos Rear Speakers, Spacefit Sound+ and Samsung’s Q-Symphony.”
Here are the Samsung TV and soundbar prices:
|Neo QLED 8K||QA85QN900AWXXY||85″ QN900A||13,999|
|Neo QLED 4K||QA75QN90AAWXXY||75″ QN90A||6,399|
|Crystal UHD||UA85AU8000WXXY||85″ AU8000||3,389|
|The Premiere||SP-LSP9TFAXXY||9 SERIES||10,999|