After being revealed at CES at the start of the year, Samsung has now released pricing and release details for its 2020 TV range. So far, we’ve got pricing for the 4K range (both QLED and Crystal UHD) as well as the new Frame and Serif lineup. 8K pricing and release details will come at a later date. The flagship 4K model is the new Q95T with The Frame now coming in smaller (32 inch) and larger (75 inch) sizes.
Samsung’s 2020 line of TVs offer a lot of the same impressive features as the 2019 lineup for the most part (smart one connect box and OneRemote), but there’s also a new processor which allows for better 4K (and 8K upscaling of content), Adaptive Picture which will read the room and set things like brightness and contrast accordingly as well as some pretty cool sound improvements like ‘Object Tracking Sound’ and utilising the TV speakers when the Soundbar is connected and MultiView (split screen technology as well as the ability to easily send video from your phone). Samsung is that confident in its new premium soundbar range that they’re offering customers a 60 day Money Back guarantee until June).
In terms of new gaming enhancements, Real Game Enhancer has been improved. There’s now a Dynamic Black Equaliser (which brings the TV in line with most modern gaming monitors), the QLED range is all FreeSync compatible, you can experience surround sound with Samsung’s new Object Tracking Sound+ and Adaptive Sound, Game Motion Plus has been improved. There’s also a brand new Game Multi-View mode where you can watch a YouTube tutorial in split screen as you play through your game (we spoke about that way more right here) as well as an Auto Game Mode which will automatically turn Game Mode on based on the source input.
Samsung’s 4K range as well as the new Frame and Serif TV lineups will be hitting stores throughout April. Both JB Hi-Fi and Harvey Norman already have listings up for a lot of the products. Release details for 8K and the new Sero will come at a later date.