Samsung Electronics Australia has expanded its TV portfolio with the launch of its OLED range, available in 55-inch (RRP $4,079) and 65-inch (RRP $5,249).

Unveiled globally at the Consumer Electronics Show (CES) in Las Vegas earlier this year, Samsung OLED TVs feature over eight million self-lit pixels supported by Quantum Dot technology that promises to deliver brighter, more accurate highlights and realistic colours.

“This new TV range from Samsung goes beyond the typical panel technology to provide remarkable entertainment experiences due to true RGB sub-pixels and HDR10+ technology,” Samsung Electronics Australia vice president of consumer electronics, Jeremy Senior said.

“Samsung OLED TVs offer the amazing picture quality, incredible colour, and dazzling brightness that Samsung TVs are renowned for.”

Samsung OLED TVs deliver the intelligent Smart TV experience of the Tizen platform with Samsung Object Tracking Sound and Q-Symphony with Dolby Atmos, all within a LaserSlim design.

Samsung OLED TVs round-out Samsung’s market-leading TV range, which includes its flagship 2022 Neo QLED 8K and 4K series in addition to Samsung’s Lifestyle TV range which features The Frame, The Sero, The Serif, and The Terrace, and projectors, The Premiere and The Freestyle.

“Samsung OLED represents the cutting-edge in TV technology, while complementing our 2022 range of home entertainment products. The launch of Samsung OLED reinforces our commitment to delivering the best entertainment experience without compromise for our customers in Australia,” Senior added.