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A bunch of new Samsung TVs are finally available for preorder, from 8K QLED models to 77-inch OLEDs

<p>Samsung just provided availability details for <a data-i13n="elm:affiliate_link;sellerN:Samsung Electronics;elmt:;cpos:1;pos:1" href=";siteId=us-engadget&amp;pageId=1p-autolink&amp;featureId=text-link&amp;merchantName=Samsung+Electronics&amp;custData=eyJzb3VyY2VOYW1lIjoiV2ViLURlc2t0b3AtVmVyaXpvbiIsImxhbmRpbmdVcmwiOiJodHRwczovL3d3dy5zYW1zdW5nLmNvbS91cy90dnMvMjAyNC1wcmUtb3JkZXIvIiwiY29udGVudFV1aWQiOiI5NGFlNDM5MS1iZTdjLTQzNjQtYmQ0My0zNWU0Y2I3MTM5OTkifQ&amp;signature=AQAAAU0NeQPrL8Orv5nIXN3LzRpCYUdyoJgaFTeTFEhanB4p&amp;" class="rapid-with-clickid" data-original-link="">a full range of new TVs[/url] as part of its <a data-i13n="cpos:2;pos:1" href="">Unbox &amp; Discover event[/url]. These include Neo QLED 8K models, Neo QLED 4K models and various OLED boxes. Many of these TVs were <a data-i13n="cpos:3;pos:1" href="">originally teased at CES[/url], but now preorders are actually open for consumers looking for a new way to <a data-i13n="cpos:4;pos:1" href="">watch that upcoming Star Wars show[/url].</p>
<p>Samsung calls the NEO QLED QN900D the “slimmest, most premium 8K TV to ever hit the market.” It’s got everything you can think of, including AI to upscale content to 8K. This should lure in curious, yet wary, consumers into the world of 8K televisions. Most content providers lack native 8K streaming options, which can be a major bummer. Samsung’s AI Upscaling Pro feature can also upscale HD / SD media into 4K.</p>
<span id="end-legacy-contents"></span><p>Another algorithmic feature, Real Depth Enhancer Pro, helps boost the contrast between the foreground and background, which should make fast-paced content like F1 races easier to follow. The TVs also include <a data-i13n="cpos:5;pos:1" href="">Samsung’s Gaming Hub[/url], Dolby Atmos audio and support for Wi-FI 6E. Finally, it boasts the company’s proprietary Infinity Air design language, which ensures that the image reaches all edges for increased immersion. The 8K QLED QN900D is available in 65-inch, 75-inch and 85-inch versions, with prices starting at $5,000. Yeah, they aren’t cheap.</p>
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<p>The 8K NEO QLED QN800D models are slightly cheaper, starting at $3,500. These TVs are still plenty capable, with the same AI upscaling features found in the QN900D. As a matter of fact, it’s got nearly everything found with its more expensive sibling, including Dolby Atmos audio, the same depth enhancing tech, Samsung’s Gaming Hub and more. The QN800D, however, isn’t quite as slim and it doesn’t feature the Infinity Air edge-to-edge design. The refresh rate maxes out at 165Hz, compared to 240Hz with the QN900D. It’s also available in 65-inch, 75-inch and 85-inch models.</p>
<p>There are also a pair of Neo QLED 4K sets that boast much of the same tech, with some limitations. The QN90D and QN85D offer AI upscaling, but only to 4K, for obvious reasons. They include the same entertainment software, including Samsung’s Gaming Hub, and feature Dolby Atmos audio. The primary difference between the two is that the QN90D boasts a 144Hz refresh rate, while the QN85D maxes out at 120Hz. These sets range in size from 43 inches all the way to 98 inches, with prices starting at $1,400.</p>
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<p>Finally, there are the OLED TVs. The S95D and S90D both offer pristine OLED panels, AI upscaling to 4K, depth-enhancing tech, a host of smart features and Dolby Atmos audio, among other tools. There are some subtle differences between the two models. The S95D features the company’s HDR Pro technology, while the S90D includes HDR+. Generally speaking, HDR Pro sets are brighter, which leads to a richer and more natural contrast. The S95D is available in sizes up to 77 inches, with prices starting at $2,600. The S90D is available in sizes up to 65 inches, with prices starting at $2,000. All of the above TVs are available right now for preorder.</p>
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