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Samsung Neo QLED 8K TV launched in China, starts at RMB 69,999 (~$10,729)


The tech industry has adjusted strongly to online-only launch events that we were almost forgetting physical launch events with all its glitz and glamour used to be a thing in the recent past. Samsung yesterday held a virtual launch event in China where it unveiled its 2021 smart TV product offerings for the Chinese market.Samsung Neo QLED 8K TV

The lineup consists of three new series namely; Samsung MicroLED, Neo QLED, and Lifestyle. Among them, the much-anticipated Samsung Neo QLED 8K TV QN900A flagship series is the main highlight. The product comes with several limited-time perks for buyers. It is priced at 69,999 yuan (~$10,729) for the 75-inch version while the top-end 85-inch model (QN900A) is priced at 99,999 yuan (~$15,327). The smart TV will be on sale across several channels.

Buyers who purchase the 85-inch model between March 22 and April 11 will get a 512GB version of Samsung Galaxy S21 Ultra 512GB version while those who buy the 75-inch will get a 256GB version of the Galaxy S21 Ultra.


The Neo QLED 8K TV adopts a Neo QLED panel which uses its latest quantum matrix technology Pro display system which brings 1.5 times larger brightness area than conventional quantum dot matrix technology. The TV also has super-slim bezels and is avilable in 21:9 and 32:9 aspect ratios.Samsung Neo QLED 8K TV


The Neo QLED 8K TV also also comes with a new audio system which adopts “audio-visual tracking OTS Pro” technology. It uses audio positioning and scene analysis to match the sound effects with the actions on the screen.

In terms of design, Neo QLED 8K TV adopts an integrated design with a frame of only 0.8mm, supports 4K 120Hz motion enhancement, dynamic acceleration technology, and supports AMD FreeSync Premium Pro technology, which can bring consumers ultra-low latency and ultra-high-definition gaming experience.

It would be recalled that the Galaxy Neo QLED TV was recently crowned as the “Best TV of All Time” by German AV magazine.



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