Samsung has announced the pricing and availability of its 2020 range of 8K and 4K televisions which raise the bar with AI and improved audio features and include even more screens over 75-inch.
Samsung has also revealed its new soundbars which have been optimised for its QLED TVs.
Leading the way in the Samsung TV range is the remarkable 8K Q950T with the Infinity Display which offers a near bezel-less edge to edge design so all you see is the picture.
Samsung will offer now offer TVs up to 85-inch in its 8K QLED and 4K QLED television which answers Australian customer demand for larger screens.
“Australians continue to demand bigger and better entertainment experiences from the comfort of their homes which is why we’re launching our widest range of TVs that feature the best in immersive visual and audio innovation,” said Hass Mahdi, Director of Audio Visual Division, Samsung Australia.
“Along with breaking new ground in QLED 8K and 4K TV innovation, Samsung is also offering more options in design across our lifestyle TV range with new additions to our iconic offerings in The Frame, as well as The Serif, which seeks to transform the traditional role of the TV in the home.”
The new Samsung TVs now include a brand new Quantum Processor which powers AI upscaling and pixel by pixel enhancement to deliver stunning picture quality.
And these new TVs sound even better thanks to the Object Tracking Sound (OTS) which is an in-panel technology that can track the onscreen action and match the directional sound with the built-in speakers.
Another enhancement is Q Symphony – a technology that will synchronise the sound between the Samsung TV and the latest Samsung Q Series soundbars to vastly improve the audio experience.
“Samsung understands the critical importance of immersion when enjoying the latest TV experiences,” said Mahdi.
“We have invested in two new innovations, OTS+ and Q-Symphony, in order to transform the audio experience that our TVs offer both standalone and when used with our latest soundbars.”
Along with the range of Samsung 8K and 4K TVs are new lifestyle TVs including the Serif TV, the Sero and The Frame.
The Serif TV was designed by Ronan and Erwan Bouroullec and now has the Smart Hub onboard along with a QLED panel in 43-inch and 55-inch.
The Frame, which looks like a work of art, has expanded its range to now include a 75-inch, 50-inch and 32-inch models.
The Sero, which means vertical in Korean, can offer both vertical and horizontal orientations like a smartphone or a tablet so users can enjoy a variety of content including social media posts, movies and other personal videos that mirrors the same orientation as their mobile device.
Samsung’s new soundbar range offer added depth and surround sound and naturally match perfectly with the latest Samsung TVs.
“Samsung is deeply invested in engineering and designing amazing audio products that create a highly immersive listening and TV viewing experience for the home,” says Mahdi.
“The Q Series, T Series and S Series ranges are an incredible extension of our commitment to delivering a stunning range of soundbars that will offer Australians the ultimate in Samsung design, innovation and audio.”
These new Samsung TVs and soundbars are now appearing in stores at these prices:
Q950T – 85-inch $TBC. 75-inch $TBC, 65-inch $TBC
Q800T – 82-inch $TBC, 75-inch $TBC, 65-inch $TBC, 55-inch $TBC
Q95T – 75-inch $6,999, 65-inch $4,649, 55-inch $3,499
Q80T – 85-inch $7,549, 75-inch $5,249, 65-inch $3,499, 55-inch $2,549
Q70T – 85-inch $6,399, 75-inch $4,049, 65-inch $2,699, 55-inch $2,099
Q60T – 75-inch $3,349, 65-inch $2,199, 55-inch $1,729
The Frame – 75-inch $4,649, 65-inch $3,149, 55-inch $2,299, 50-inch $1,949, 43-inch $1,599, 32-inch $919
The Serif – 55-inch $2,099, 43-inch $1,499
TU800 – 82-inch $3,939, 75-inch $2,589, 65-inch $1,699, 55-inch $1,369, 50-inch $1,129, 43-inch $1,019.
Q Series – HW-Q800T/XY $999, HW-Q70T/XY $899, HW-Q60T/XY $799
S Series – HW-S61T/XY $599
T Series – HW-T650/XY $599, HW-T550/XY $499, HW-T450/XY $349