Samsung’s new 4K TVs are available NOW and they are not as expensive as you think

Samsung’s new 4K TVs are available NOW and they are not as expensive as you think

Samsung announced its new range of pin-sharp TVs back in January at the CES technology show in Las Vegas. Now these all new 4K and 8K televisions are available in stores and they start at a price which might just surprise you. The new entry-level 43-inch Q60T costs £799 – that’s pretty good considering this TV gets Samsung’s stunning QLED display and extras such as Object Tracking Sound+.

This clever tech from Samsung enables audio to travel more dynamically with it able to track the action on-screen to offer a lifelike, three-dimensional audio experience.

If you want a bigger screen in your living room then you’ll find things do start to creep up in price.

For example, the 4K Q70T 55-inch starts from £1,299 and Q95T 55” starts from £2,299.

For those that to make sure their next purchase is fully future-proofed then the new 8K range has also just arrived in stores.

These tellies offer a resolution that has four times the pixels of 4K which is becoming vital when opting for a larger display.

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Top of the range is the Q950TS QLED 8K TV, which Samsung is boasting features unrivalled QLED 8K technology and an unprecedented edge-to-edge viewing experience.

This is combined with the ultimate picture and sound quality, powerful AI capabilities, and a very premium design.

This gorgeous goggle box is one of the best Samsung has ever made but it does arrive with a pretty hefty price tag.

Things start £5,999 for the 65-inch model and rise to over £8,000 if you opt for the 85-inch version.

New additions to Samsung’s 8K range this year also include the expansion of the Q900T and Q800T, ensuring there is an 8K TV suited for all needs and different spaces.

If these giant TVs don’t fit in with your designer home there’s also some new options from Samsung that are aimed at blending in a little better.

The Frame 2020 – not only comes in additional sizes, from 32” to 75” but its new AI-based auto-curation feature, the Frame’s Art Store, is now able to suggest artwork in line with the specific tastes of the owner.

Samsung’s design-first TV, The Serif this year will also debut two new colours, Cloud White and Cotton Blue. Both of these Lifestyle TVs don’t just deliver in the style stakes, with Samsung’s QLED 4K technology, The Frame and The Serif offer a pixel-packed viewing experience.

Here’s full pricing for the new range of TVs.

• Q950TS 65” starts from £5,999

• Q900T 65” starts stars from £4,999

• Q800T 65” starts from £3,999

• Q95T 55” starts from £2,299

• Q90T 55” starts from £1,999

• Q85T 49” starts from £1,599

• Q80T 49” starts from £1,399

• Q75T 55” starts from £1,299

• Q70T 55” starts from £1,299

• Q65T 43” starts from £799

• Q60T 43” starts from £799

• The Serif 2020 43” starts from £1,199

• The Frame 2020 32” starts from £599

Published at Thu, 07 May 2020 05:42:00 +0000