NEWS: Samsung Neo QLED UK prices revealed

Tase

Active Member
Do the US prices include sales tax/VAT though?

I’m interested in the 65” QN95....the price is decent imo.

A £100 saving between the QN95x and QN94x...just for a slim One Connect box...hardly worth the saving tbh!
 

steve iow

Active Member
Can’t see them shifting many of the top end spec, way to expensive in these times the ordinary people out there just haven’t the spare cash at the moment, it’s going to take along time before luxury items are back on the agenda ,for me anyway
 

JasonPSL

Active Member
For the QN900A 85"
Adding 20% VAT to the USA price - $9000 *1.2 = $10800
Converting to sterling, that is £7720

Where does the £11,999 UK price come in the equation?
 

ShiroEd

Active Member
For the QN900A 85"
Adding 20% VAT to the USA price - $9000 *1.2 = $10800
Converting to sterling, that is £7720

Where does the £11,999 UK price come in the equation?
Exactly! I don't remember ever seeing this large a gap in price before.

BREXIT!
 

FavouredAntelope

Active Member
Ignoring 8k prices. QN95A price is of course high but isn't it just in-line with last year? Will fall pretty quickly. One Connect Box also worth a bit extra to me.
 

Sir QD oled

Well-known Member
For the QN900A 85"
Adding 20% VAT to the USA price - $9000 *1.2 = $10800
Converting to sterling, that is £7720

Where does the £11,999 UK price come in the equation?
money grabbing :thumbsdow
 

Kimberson

Distinguished Member
I'm not saying you shouldn't buy an lcd but you have to be a bit mental to buy an lcd at those prices.
 

Tase

Active Member
Why are people even contemplating buying relic LCD tech when OLED is superior in every way.
Burn-in. I have a Sony A1. Lovely 2 inch green streak running all the way acrosd the bottom of the screen.
This is the third Sony TV I’ve owned and each one had had a different problem! The 6 year old Samsung LCD which was calibrated shows a far superior level of picture clarity imo
 

Kimberson

Distinguished Member
Why are people even contemplating buying relic LCD tech when OLED is superior in every way.
May get one later down the line for my conservatory. But when prices are at there lowest.
 

cuke2u

Well-known Member
Why are people even contemplating buying relic LCD tech when OLED is superior in every way.
Are you going to make a intellectual comment to this thread or merely here to troll us with your inaccurate statements?
 

Joe69

Active Member
Burn in is not an issue on LGs latest OLEDs, that's why we have so many gamers and PC enthusiast purchasing them. LG have gone to great lengths to mitigate the issue.
 
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Sunshinewelly

Distinguished Member
Are you going to make a intellectual comment to this thread or merely here to troll us with your inaccurate statements?
i do enjoy it when OLED trolls invade these posts. I get it you want everyone to know how good OLED is and how stupid us LCD idiots are.
 

Jay53

Active Member
Burn in is not an issue on LGs latest OLEDs, that's why we have so many gamers and PC enthusiast purchasing them. LG have gone to great lengths to mitigate the issue.

Whilst I agree the latest oled panels don't suffer with burn in, the reduced luminosity over time has unfortunately still not been overcome as it's inherent to OLED technology.
 

dr no

Moderator
Price difference between UK and US 😳
Samsung can p*** right off 😡

(I’m especially angry because I was going to consider one this year)
 

Tase

Active Member
Burn in is not an issue on LGs latest OLEDs, that's why we have so many gamers and PC enthusiast purchasing them. LG have gone to great lengths to mitigate the issue.
but I don’t have the latest LG oled. Once bitten twice shy!
 

Ant77

Active Member
That's what I don't get. People are quick to spout that these 'newer oleds' don't suffer burn in. Like it's a fact. I have seen reports of people still having issues. AND what, these TVs are under one or two years old? So how can you say like burn in just doesn't exist any more. Some people on here keep their tvs for 5 to 10 years. These tvs are costinh 2,3,4,5 plus grand depending on size.

When you get burn in all that good picture quality is out the window. Now it won't always happen but of course there's the possibility
 

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