Samsung Electronics has showcased its 2023 TV line-up with a new range of OLED TVs joining Neo QLED 8K and 4K TVs, supported by lifestyle display options and Q Series soundbars.
“Our 2023 line-up includes more 85-inch and 98-inch screen sizes than ever before,” Samsung Australia vice president of consumer electronics, Jeremy Senior said.
“Samsung understands that technology should empower and enhance every person’s life. That means making big screen experiences more accessible, more intuitive, and more personalised to Australians. In combining our market-leading TV innovations with unique software solutions such as SmartThings, we’re ultimately transforming our TVs from being entertainment units to sitting at the centre of Australian smart home experiences.”
Leading Samsung’s premium TV line-up is Neo QLED 8K featuring Samsung Quantum Mini LED technology and advanced Neural Quantum Processor to upgrade content automatically to 8K resolution using 14-bit processing and AI upscaling.
Samsung’s Neo QLED range incorporates 8K and 4K options in screen sizes spanning 43-inches to 98-inches. Neo QLED 8K and 4K TVs deliver a wide range of colours that have been Pantone validated. High-resolution panels automatically apply real-time, scene-by-scene High Dynamic Range (HDR) effects with new Auto HDR Remastering for enhanced contrast. Anti-Glare and Ultra-Wide Viewing Angle technology displays clear 8K or 4K quality content at virtually any angle or light.
Samsung’s 2023 premium line-up includes two new series of Samsung OLED – the S95C and S90C – available in 55-inch, 65-inch, and 77-inch. Samsung OLED TVs are powered by a Neural Quantum processor 4K to deliver bright, life-like visuals and incredible contrast. Samsung OLED has earned the honour of being the World’s First Pantone-Validated HDR OLED.
Featuring Quantum HDR OLED+, powerful processing, and 4K upscaling, content displayed on Samsung OLED screens is instantly transformed into 4K resolution. Both the S95C and S90C boast fast speeds up to Motion Rate 200, while Game Motion Plus achieves up to 144Hz 4K VRR with compatible PC-connected content.
At 11.2mm thin top to bottom, Samsung’s S95C OLED offers a sophisticated metal trim and is virtually bezel-free. Installation of Samsung OLED is complete with the choice of a near flush-fit wall mount or a streamlined blade stand. The Attachable Slim One Connect solution tucks away cords and cables.
Samsung’s line-up is rounded out by Lifestyle TVs including The Frame, The Sero, The Serif and The Terrace, as well as projectors, The Premiere and The Freestyle.
In addition, Samsung’s 2023 line-up offers gaming services including Xbox Game Pass for console-free cloud gaming and Samsung Game Bar, as well as access to the latest Samsung Smart TV apps and top streaming providers. The Tizen OS-powered entertainment hub delivers Samsung TV Plus, the brand’s free ad-supported TV and video-on-demand service.
Via Smart Hub, Samsung’s 2023 range of QLED and Samsung OLED TVs have SmartThings and the Zigbee & Matter Thread One-Chip Module directly built-in. With SmartThings, Australians can link compatible smart devices in just one step.
Samsung TVs can be paired with select Samsung soundbars. With Q-Symphony, TV speakers paired with Q-Series and S-Series soundbars operate as one for a combined, optimised audio set-up. SpaceFit Sound personalises home cinema experiences by sending test tones out through the room each time the TV turns on, calibrating the TV and soundbar to the unique size and space of the room.