Samsung released its first Mini-Led based Neo QLED TV lineup one month ago during the virtual CES 2021 event.
Still, the Korean tech giant hasn’t mentioned the pricing of its new TVs during the event. The TVs are currently available for pre-order, and Samsung has just revealed the pricing of its 4K and 8K Neo units in the United States.
The Samsung Neo TVs are available in different sizes, ranging from 55 inches to 85 inches. The 4K lineup is available in two models – QN85A and QN90A.
The QN85A is available for $1,600 for the 55-inch variant, $2,200 for the 65-inch version, $3,000 for the 75-inch model, and $4,500 for the 85-inch model.
The QN90A is available for $1,800 for the 55-inch version, $2,600 for the 65-inch version, $3,500 for the 75-inch iteration, and $5,000 for the 85-inch variant.
According to Samsung, they will begin shipping these TVs by March 20 in the US.
The 4K Neo QLED units include anti-reflection coating, 4K AI upsampling, 120Hz refresh rate with AMD FreeSync Premium Pro, HDR10+(Quantum HDR 24x on QN85A and Quantum HDR 32x on QN90A), Object Sound Tracking+, solar-powered remote, HLG, Active Voice Amplifier, Q-Symphony, 60W speakers (2.2.2-channel on QN85A and 4.2.2-channel on QN90A), Bixby, Alexa, Samsung TV+, Game Bar, and Samsung Health.
So, to recap:
- QN85A 55-inch: $1,600
- QN85A 65-inch: $2,200
- QN85A 75-inch: $3,000
- QN85A 85-inch: $4,500
- QN90A 55-inch: $1,800
- QN90A 65-inch: $2,600
- QN90A 75-inch: $3,500
- QN90A 85-inch: $5,000
The 8K Neo QLED TV units are available in 65-inch, 75-inch, and 85-inch sizes.
Even the 8K Mini-LED TV lineup is available in two sets – QN800A and QN900A. The QN800A costs $3,500, $4,800, and $6,500 for 65-inch, 75-inch, and 85-inch sizes, respectively.
The QN900A, on the other hand, can be purchased for $5,000, $7,000, and $9,000 for 65-inch, 75-inch, and 85-inch sizes.
The TV units will be shipped before March 18 in the United States.
The QN800A and QN900A units feature 8K resolution, AI upscaling, Mini-LED backlight with sharp local dimming, Quantum HDR, 120Hz refresh rate, and AMD Free Sync Premium Pro. Additionally, there is HDR10+, HLG, MultiView, solar-powered remote, surround sound speakers (80W 6.2.2-channel on QN900A and 70W 4.2.2-channel on QN800A), Q-Symphony, Object Sound Tracking+, Alexa, Active Voice Amplifier, Bixby, Super Ultrawide GameView mode with Game Bar, Google Assistant, and Samsung Health.
- QN800A 65-inch: $3,500
- QN800A 75-inch: $4,800
- QN800A 85-inch: $6,500
- QN900A 65-inch: $5,000
- QN900A 75-inch: $7,000
- QN900A 85-inch: $9,000
As you can see, the prices are on the high-end scale, but they are justifiable considering the levels of technology they grant the user access to.
A science writer through and through, William Reid’s first starting working on offline local newspapers. An obsessive fascination with all things science/health blossomed from a hobby into a career. Before hopping over to Optic Flux, William worked as a freelancer for many online tech publications including ScienceWorld, JoyStiq and Digg. William serves as our lead science and health reporter.