Samsung Electronics Australia has commenced the roll out of its 2023 Samsung Neo QLED 8K and 4K TV line-up, alongside the launch of its Q Series soundbars.

Samsung Neo QLED 8K and 4K TVs feature Quantum Mini LED technology that powers up to 33 million pixels and delivers one billion colours. With an advanced Neural Quantum Processor, Samsung Neo QLED TVs automatically upgrade content to either 4K or 8K resolution, depending on the model, for improved detail using 14-bit processing and AI upscaling.

Anti-Glare and Ultra Viewing Angle technology displays clear content at virtually any angle and in any lighting conditions. The panels automatically apply real-time, scene-by-scene High Dynamic Range (HDR) effects with new Auto HDR Remastering to deliver enhanced contrast.

Samsung’s Neo QLED 8K TVs incorporate an Infinity Display design making it virtually bezel and border-free for an edge-to-edge picture. Using AI-based processing, the picture is upscaled to 8K resolution, no matter how the content was created. The viewing experience is further elevated by Dolby Atmos, Object Tracking Sound Pro, Adaptive Sound, and Q-Symphony 3.0 technologies.

Designed with gamers in mind, with motion up to 4K 144Hz, Samsung Neo QLED 8K TVs eliminate lag and motion blur via Real Game Enhancer, supported by built-in features including Xbox Game Pass, Game Bar, Ultrawide Game View, and Freesync Premium Pro. The redesigned Slim One Connect box helps keep cables out of sight.

The Samsung Neo QLED 8K Smart TV (QN900C) is available in 65-inch (RRP $7,549), 75-inch (RRP $9,879) and 85-inhc (RRP $12,699).

The 2023 Samsung Neo QLED 4K TV line-up delivers 4K upscaling thanks to an AI-powered processor and Quantum Mini LED technology that controls the individual zones of light for greater colour accuracy, light control, deeper blacks, detail and contrast. Adding to the viewing experience is Dolby Atmos and Object Tracking Sound+ technologies.

Two Neo QLED 4K TV series are rolling out now, including QN90C (pictured) and QN85C, with RRPs starting from $2,319 for the 43-inch model and $3,149 for the 55-inch model, respectively. The line-up also includes the 4K QLED Q60C, which will be available in 55-, 65-, 75- and 85-inch with RRPs starting from $1,729.

Premium Q Series soundbars

Designed for a premium audio experience, Samsung Neo QLED TVs pair with Samsung soundbars, with the latest Q-Series Q990C soundbar sitting at the pinnacle of the range. Wireless True Dolby Atmos and DTS:X with 11.1.4 channel surround sound, optimised with Samsung Q-Symphony enables the Q990C to deliver the best audio experience yet from a Samsung soundbar.

The new iteration of Q-Symphony provides an evolved paired sound between the TV and soundbar with the soundbar tapping into the TV’s Neural Processing Unit to analyse audio signals and process each sound for more detail.

Samsung’s 2023 Q-Series line-up is rolling out now and includes Q990C (RRP $2,099), Q930C (RRP $1,599), Q800C (RRP $1,099), Q700C (RRP $899) and Q600C (RRP $799).