Samsung has announced the Australian prices and release date for its 2021 range of TVs including QLED Neo 4K/8K, QLED 4K, Crystal TV range, The Frame range and Serif range. Surprisingly, these TVs will be releasing in Australian stores as of today.
It’s worth mentioning that the below prices are all RRPs which is almost never what you’ll pay for a TV. For instance, the prices for the new Mini LED technology is pricy, but the high end model (QLED Neo 90A) is cheaper than the Q95T from last year by a few hundred dollars when you compare RRPs. This is fairly impressive considering the Mini LED technology is better.
It’s also worth mentioning that none of Samsung’s 4K TVs come with the One Connect box this year, which means we’re not getting 4 x HDMI 2.1 ports and in most instances, it’s still just the one HDMI 2.1 port.