Samsung has just provided details on the availability of a full range of new TVs as part of its . These include Neo QLED 8K models, Neo QLED 4K models and various OLED boxes. Many of these TVs were, but now pre-orders are actually open for consumers looking for a new way to.

Samsung calls the NEO QLED QN900D “the thinnest, premium 8K TV ever to hit the market.” It has everything you can think of, including AI to upscale content to 8K. This should draw curious but wary consumers into the world of 8K TVs. Most content providers don’t have native 8K streaming options, which can be a big problem. Samsung’s AI Upscaling Pro feature can also upscale HD/SD media to 4K.

Another algorithmic feature, Real Depth Enhancer Pro, helps increase the contrast between foreground and background, which should make it easier to track dynamic content like F1 races. The TVs also include Samsung’s Gaming Hub, Dolby Atmos audio and Wi-FI 6E support. Finally, it boasts the company’s proprietary Infinity Air design language, which ensures that the image reaches all corners for greater immersion. The 8K QLED QN900D comes in 65-inch, 75-inch, and 85-inch versions, with prices starting at $5,000. Yes, they are not cheap.

TV showing a train car.


The 8K NEO QLED QN800D models are slightly cheaper, starting at $3,500. These TVs still have a lot going for them, with the same AI scaling features found in the QN900D. In truth, it has almost everything found on its more expensive sibling, including Dolby Atmos audio, the same depth enhancement technology, Samsung’s Gaming Hub and more. However, the QN800D isn’t as slim and doesn’t feature the edge-to-edge Infinity Air design. The refresh rate is maxed out at 165Hz, compared to the QN900D’s 240Hz. Also available in 65-inch, 75-inch, and 85-inch models.

There’s also a pair of Neo QLED 4K sets that feature pretty much the same technology, with some limitations. The QN90D and QN85D offer AI upscaling, but only up to 4K for obvious reasons. They include the same entertainment software, including Samsung’s Gaming Hub, and feature Dolby Atmos audio. The main difference between the two is that the QN90D boasts a 144Hz refresh rate, while the QN85D tops out at 120Hz. These sets range in size from 43 inches to 98 inches, with prices starting at $1,400.

A TV showing a racing car.  Vroom vroom. A TV showing a racing car.  Vroom vroom.


Finally, there are OLED TVs. Both the S95D and S90D offer clean OLED panels, AI upscaling to 4K, depth enhancement technology, a host of smart features, and Dolby Atmos audio, among other tools. There are some subtle differences between the two models. The S95D features the company’s HDR Pro technology, while the S90D includes HDR+. Generally speaking, HDR Pro sets are brighter, resulting in richer and more natural contrast. The S95D is available in sizes up to 77 inches, with prices starting at $2,600. The S90D is available in sizes up to 65 inches, with prices starting at $2,000. All of the above TVs are currently available for pre-order.