On the one hand, as the demand for latest smart TVs is increasing in the market, companies are also launching new TV models one after another to attract the general public. In keeping with the trend, the popular electronics company Samsung has recently launched some ‘Made-in-India’ OLED TVs in India with its own Neural Quantum Processor. Under this new Samsung OLED TV range come two series called S95C and S90C, where both series will have 55 inch, 65 inch and 77 inch screen size model options. But how much will the newly launched Samsung TVs cost? And what features will be found in them? Let’s find out.
New Samsung OLED TV range prices, availability
These new made-in-India OLED TVs from Samsung come in the premium range, with prices starting at Rs 1,69,990. They can be purchased at leading retail stores across India and online through the samsung.com website. In this regard, interested buyers can get up to 20% cashback on purchasing any TV through selected bank credit cards. Also, if you don’t want to pay the full price at once, you can use the Easy EMI option starting from Tk 2,990. Note that all the latest OLED Smart TV models of the company will get 2 years warranty.
Specifications of the new Samsung OLED TV
Speaking about the launch of these new OLED TVs, Samsung said that these models offer the best innovative technologies and will help strengthen our position in the premium TV market. The TVs are powered by the Neural Quantum Processor 4K processor, which uses artificial intelligence (AI) algorithms to analyze content scene-by-scene and optimize each frame, resulting in the ultimate entertainment experience.
Incidentally, these new TVs will be the world’s first OLED models with the ability to verify the accurate expression of 2,030 Pantone colors and 110 skintone colors. On the other hand, they will have Intelligent iComfort mode, due to which the brightness level will be adjusted based on the surrounding light. To further enhance audio performance, this TV range will benefit from wireless Dolby Atmos and OTS Plus technology. In this context, let us say that the new Samsung TVs are given the Infinity One design, with the option of an attachable One Connect box. What’s special is that they come with a solar-powered remote, which has no batteries.