Samsung’s new TV lineup offers “glare-free” OLED

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Fergus Halliday
Apr 10, 2024
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Samsung is tripling down on larger sizes with its 2024 lineup, with a roster of new TVs that features three 98-inch models.

As usual, the simplest way to break down the big list of new Samsung TVs being introduced is by technology type. Starting at the top of the range, you've got the QN900D and QN800D. Both of these are heavy hitters that feature 8K resolution and Samsung's new NQ4 Gen 3 AI processor.

Introduced back at CES 2024, Samsung claims that this new chipset is twice as fast as the previous model and boasts eight times as many neural networks. Available in 85, 75 and 65-inch sizes, the QN900D and QN800D come with the usual laundry list of features.

The full list here includes all the usual suspects, such as Real Depth Enhancer Pro, AI Motion Enhancer Pro and Object Tracking Sound Pro. There's also a new Auto Game Mode that uses AI to recognise the type of game you might be playing by genre and then automatically changes the TV to the corresponding mode,

Sitting underneath that, you've got the new QN90D. This is the only new 4K Neo QLED model in the mix at the moment. It runs on the less advanced NQ4 Gen 2 AI processor but still comes with plenty of bells and whistles. It's available in four sizes: 65-inches, 75-inches, 85-inches and 98-inches. The 98-inch version of last year's Q80C is also sticking around for those who don't mind the older hardware and want that bigger 4K experience.

In terms of OLED TVs, Samsung's 2024 lineup has two to offer. Both the S95D and S90D are powered by the Q4N Gen 2 AI processor but only the S95D features a new "glare-free" certification, courtesy of the matte finish akin to the one found on last year's Frame TV. Regardless of which you'd prefer, you're looking at the same three sizes: 55-inch, 65-inch and 77-inch.

Last but not least, there's the Samsung DU7700 Crystal LED UHD TV. This one lacks many of the premium perks found in Samsung's QLED and Neo QLED offerings, but it is a whole lot cheaper. It's the one to go for if you're on a budget and in the market for a big cheap screen. It's available in six sizes that start at 40-inches and go all the way up to 98-inches.

Writ large, the company is looking to hit as many consumer segments as possible this time around and Samsung Australia VP Jeremy Senior said as much in a statement released alongside the new range.

"With more Australians opting to have the TV at the hub of their home, we are committed to providing immersive audio and visual solutions to suit all wants and needs," he said.
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How much do the new Samsung 4K and 8K TVs cost in Australia?

In Australia, Samsung's new 8K and 4K TVs are available from week. Check out the table below for a breakdown of local pricing for each model by size.

Samsung 2024 TV Model
Size
Australian price
QN900D85-inches$13,900
QN900D75-inches$10,427
QN900D65-inches$7,530
QN800D85-inches$10,444
QN800D75-inches$7,541
QN800D65-inches$5,569
QN90D98-inches$15,172
QN90D85-inches$7,585
QN90D75-inches$5,835
QN90D65-inches$4,668
QN80C98-inches$11,649
S95D77-inches$9,281
S95D65-inches$5,800
S95D55-inches$4,640
S90D77-inches$6,976
S90D65-inches$4,999
S90D55-inches$3,837
DU770098-inches$6,755
DU770085-inches$2,799
DU770075-inches$1,799
DU770065-inches$1,299
DU770055-inches$999
DU770050-inches$899
DU770043-inches$799
DU900098-inches$5999
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Fergus Halliday
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Fergus Halliday
Fergus Halliday is a journalist and editor for Reviews.org. He’s written about technology, telecommunications, gaming and more for over a decade. He got his start writing in high school and began his full-time career as the Editor of PC World Australia. Fergus has made the MCV 30 Under 30 list, been a finalist for seven categories at the IT Journalism Awards and won Most Controversial Writer at the 2022 Consensus Awards. He has been published in Gizmodo, Kotaku, GamesHub, Press Start, Screen Rant, Superjump, Nestegg and more.

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