Samsung Neo QLED 8K, 4K TVs Launched in India: Know More


Thursday saw the introduction of Samsung’s Neo QLED 8K and 4K televisions in India. The screen sizes of smart televisions go from 50 inches up to 98 inches. They boast improved gaming and movie-watching experiences.

The Infinity Screen and Infinity One features, together with the TVs’ already minimal bezels, are meant to provide a more immersive watching experience. Moreover, the South Korean tech giant asserts that the combination of the Quantum Matrix Technology and the Neural Quantum Processor allows it to render realistic images that look like they were shot in 3D.

Samsung Neo QLED TVs Pricing & Availability

Black Neo QLED 8K TVs start at Rs. 3,14,990 and come in 98-inch, 85-inch, 75-inch, and 65-inch screen sizes.

However, Neo QLED 4K models come in five screen sizes: 85 inches, 75 inches, 65 inches, 55 inches, and 50 inches. Black is the only colour option, and prices start at Rs. 1,41,990.

Until May 25th, 2018, anyone who purchases a Neo QLED model from Samsung will receive a special bonus. Customers who purchase certain Neo QLED 8K models may get a free Samsung Soundbar HW-Q990, valued at Rs. 99,990, or a free Samsung Soundbar HW-Q800, valued at Rs. 44,990, respectively.

Samsung 2023 Neo QLED 8K and 4K TVs: Key Specs

A fully immersive viewing experience is promised by the Infinity Screen and Infinity One Design features of the Neo QLED 8K and 4K television models. The Neural Quantum Processor and Quantum Matrix Technology seek to create images with stunning realism.

The Q Symphony 3.0, wireless Dolby Atmos, Object Tracking Sound Pro, and Adaptive Sound Pro included in the Samsung Neo QLED 8K and 4K TVs are stated to work together to generate a balanced sound, further enhancing the viewing and listening experience.

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