Samsung Electronics creates the 2022 TV lineup with the launch of Samsung OLED on August 8 in Australia

Samsung Electronics creates the 2022 TV lineup with the launch of Samsung OLED on August 8 in Australia

Samsung Electronics Australia has extended its market-leading TV portfolio with the launch of its Samsung OLED range, accessible in 55-inch (RRP $4,079) and 65-inch (RRP $5,249) screen sizes. Shoppers in Australia can arrange the Samsung OLED from August 8, 2022.

Samsung extends its 2022 home entertainment portfolio with Samsung OLED, supplementing its audio-visual range by offering a screen for each experience, passion and lifestyle.

Disclosed universally at the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas recently, Samsung OLED TVs highlight north of 8 million self-lit pixels cooperated with Quantum Dot Technology that can convey more brilliant, more exact features and realistic colours.

The S95B is accessible at The Good Guys for $3,495 (55″) and $4,495 (65″) in spite of the fact that its RRP in Australia is really $4,079 (55″) and $5,249 (65″). This puts it at about a similar cost as the LG C2 (perhaps a tad over) yet given it utilizes the further developed QD-OLED innovation that the Sony A95K does and comes in at almost $1,000 less, it is by all accounts a very competitive cost.

QD-OLED technology is supposed to take OLED to a whole new level with more splendid varieties because of the utilization of a blue OLED panel rather than a white one.

“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,” said Jeremy Senior, Vice President, Consumer Electronics, Samsung Electronics Australia. “Samsung OLED TVs offer the amazing picture quality, incredible colour, and dazzling brightness that Samsung TVs are renowned for.”

Samsung OLED TVs convey the intelligent Smart TV experience of the Tizen platform with the staggering sound nature of Samsung Object Tracking Sound and Q-Symphony with Dolby Atmos, all wrapped up in a LaserSlim design.

Samsung OLED TVs balance Samsung’s market-leading TV range, which incorporates its flagship 2022 Neo QLED 8K and 4K series notwithstanding Samsung’s Lifestyle TV range which includes The Frame, The Sero, The Serif, and The Terrace, and projectors, The Premiere and The Freestyle.

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

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