The flagship Q900 and Q950 models will be the first TVs in the world to support the new Wi-Fi 6 format.
South Korean manufacturer Samsung has announced the launch of a new line of 4K and 8K TVs, including the flagship Q950TS series with ultra-thin bezels. This "endless" screen became especially popular after the presentation at CES. The company noted that at a distance of three to five meters, the panel seems to disappear, creating the effect of weightlessness of the screen in the air.
Samsung believes that the new line of TVs will be in high demand among buyers, especially those using Xbox Series X or PlayStation 5. It is known that the flagship models Q900 and Q950 will be the first TVs in the world to support the new Wi-Fi 6 format, a wireless data transfer standard that provides speeds up to 12 Gb / s.
Consumers are expected to gradually move away from the Q60T series, which does not yet include important features such as variable refresh rates and adaptive image - enabling key parameter settings based on room lighting.
In 2020, Samsung will focus on improving the audio experience in its TVs, as most devices currently use mediocre-sounding speakers. In the Q80 series and up, the company promises to include "object tracking" audio to create a three-dimensional sound. As an option, the new range of TVs also integrates a multi-view mode that allows you to use YouTube or social networking apps while watching videos in a separate window.
Prices for Samsung TVs
While announcing new products for 2020, Samsung has revealed approximate TV pricing: 8K Q800T models will cost from $3500 for a 65-inch diagonal to $7000 for an 82-inch diagonal. In the 4K TV lineup, the Q70T and Q80T models will be available at prices ranging from $1100 to $4000, while the Q90T will start at $2500.