Two weeks after formally unveiling its 2018 QLED TV lineup, Samsung has finalized suggested retail pricing for the full five-series assortment, in all its screen-size variations.
As previously reported, the TVs all feature enhanced color and contrast, HDR10+ compatibility, and are all due to begin shipping now. They include the flagship Q9F (65, 75, 88 inches), Q8F (55, 65, 75 inches), Q7C (55, 65 inches), Q7F (55, 65, 75 inches) and Q6F (49, 55, 65, 75, 82 inches).
Pricing on the 65-inch versions range from $3,799.99 for the Q9F to $2,199.99 for the Q6F. The Q8F and Q9F include Direct Full Array (DFA) backlighting technology designed to adjust automatically for deeper blacks and purer whites.
All the QLED sets also include new Samsung UX, smart and aesthetic functions, including an “invisible” ambient mode; Bixby voice control; and a single combined connection and power cable.
“Our 2018 lineup of televisions [is] truly our most innovative and sophisticated yet,” said Jong-hee-Han, president of Samsung’s visual display business, at the time of the March 7 launch event. “We are excited for consumers to experience our new TV lineup and features that offer more freedom to decide where and how the TV can be best enjoyed within the home.”
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Here are the QLEDs’ MSRPs: