Yesterday (18), Samsung Electronics announced that it will release Neo QLED series MiniLED TVs in China on March 22.
As early as January 7 this year, Samsung released flagship 8K (QN900A) and 4K (QN90A) TVs at CES, introducing a new display technology-Neo QLED.
Samsung said that through the new light source, quantum MiniLED screen and Neo Quantum processor precisely controlled by quantum matrix technology, QLED will be raised to a new level.
In terms of design, Samsung’s 2021 Neo QLED8K TV adopts a new Infinity One design, the screen is almost borderless, with a rounded design and shape to provide users with a more immersive viewing experience.
Samsung’s 2021 Neo QLED 8K and 4K models provide smart features that expand the role of TVs and help consumers meet their changing needs in fitness, entertainment, and home office.
Earlier this month, Samsung’s 2021 TV product line has already begun shipping. The 85-inch MiniLED 8K model is priced at up to 9,000 US dollars, or about 58,000 yuan.
Samsung Neo QLED 8K QN900A flagship series
85 inches: US$8999.99, about 58,000 yuan
75 inches: US$6999.99, about 45,000 yuan
65 inches: US$4999.99, about 32,000 yuan
Samsung Neo QLED 4K QN90A series
85 inches: US$4999.99, about 32,000 yuan
75 inches: US$3499.99, about 23,000 yuan
65 inches: US$2599.99, about 17,000 yuan
55 inches: US$1799.99, about 12,000 yuan