The line-up of televisions that Samsung will probably show during the CES 2024 trade fair has appeared online early. DisplaySpecifications discovered the QLED, Neo QLED and QD OLED TVs in the certification of the South Korean inspection body NRRA. It is said that the next QD-OLED flagship, the S95D, will be released in the US and Europe in sizes of 55″, 65″ and 75″. The same applies to the successor to the S90C, the S90D, which will also be released at the fair. Further specifications of these devices are not yet known.
Additionally, there will be four new Neo QLED models featuring miniLED technology. The flagship 8k model, QN800D, will be offered in 65″, 75″, and 85″ sizes. Three 4k TVs, namely the QN85D, QN90D, and QN95D, are expected to be available in 55″, 65″, 75″, and 85″ sizes, with a possibility of a 95-inch version for some models. These televisions will boast a 120Hz refresh rate.
DisplaySpecifications reports the introduction of three 4k-120Hz OLED screens—Q70D, Q75D, and Q80D—available in sizes ranging from 55″ to 85″, with the Q80D also coming in a 98″ variant. Additionally, two new versions of the Crystal UHD line, DU8000 and DU8500, will be available in sizes starting from 43 inches and reaching up to 75 inches.
The early appearances of Samsung’s QD-OLED, Neo QLED and QLED TVs are creating a buzz in the market. These state-of-the-art televisions promise to deliver unparalleled picture quality, superior performance and advanced features that will revolutionize home entertainment. The industry awaits with bated breath for their official release. It’s evident that Samsung is once again positioning itself as a trailblazer in the TV technology space. Consumers and tech enthusiasts alike should keep an eye out for these promising releases from Samsung, set to redefine our viewing experience.