Samsung QLED TVs Q950R, Q90R, Q85R and more in March

QLEDs ready to take off in 2019

by Andy Bassett - Updated:
Samsung has confirmed its entire range of 2019 QLED TVs will be available to preorder from the 13th March with models reaching retailers on March 27th.
Recommended retail pricing has also been agreed and details will be available from the Samsung website as well as selected retailers.

UPDATE: 13-Mar-2019
Prices are now available on the Samsung website. At the flagship end of the spectrum, the 8K Q950R starts at £4,999 for the 65-inch model and leaps to the best of part of £10K for the 82-inch screen. Sitting in the middle is the 75-inch version at £6,999.
Moving to the 4K models, the high end Q90R starts at £2,799 for the 55-inch and adds £1000 for the 65-inch version while the 75-inch model tops out at £4,999. The 55-inch version of the Q85R starts at £2,299 and moves to £2,999 for the 65-inch and £4,499 for the 75-inch. The Q80R 55-inch model is £1,999, while the 65-inch is £2,499.


The new 2019 QLED TV range includes the 8K Q950R with screen sizes from 65-inch to 82-inches, and the more affordable 4K Q90R, Q85R, Q80R, Q70R and Q60R models that range from 43-inch to 82-inch in size. In total there are more than 20 models to choose from in the latest QLED lineup.

All will include deeper blacks and pixel perfect contrast for dealing with variable viewing conditions and wider viewing angles are available for large family viewing. Samsung’s 4K QLEDs now use the AI upscaling technology used in its 8K models so material from non 4K sources can now be upscaled for an improved image. Dynamic HDR is present in the form of HDR10+ and the models in the Q90 to Q70 QLED sets are 'direct-lit' using FALD technology with advanced AI local dimming.

Further technical details can be found in AVForums latest podcast where we report on Samsung's recent technical seminar in Barcelona.

Pre-orders for the range can be placed by visiting the Samsung website from March 13th.

Source: Samsung press release.

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