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Samsung’s 2024 TV Lineup Available Pre-Order with Free TV Promo Deal

by April 07, 2024
Samsung’s 2024 TV Lineup

Samsung’s 2024 TV Lineup

Free Samsung TV Promotion Expires April 11th, 2024

Samsung Electronics America has begun taking pre-orders for the company’s highly-anticipated 2024 TVs, including OLEDs, 8K models, and the newly-refreshed, lifestyle-friendly “The Frame” TVs. Samsung is kicking off sales with an unusual buy-one-get-one incentive through participating retailers. Between now and April 11th, you get a free 65-inch TU690T Crystal UHD TV when you order an OLED, Neo QLED 8K, Neo QLED 4K, or The Frame TV. The $450 TU690T isn’t going to win any awards for picture quality, but it’s hard to argue with free.

S95D and S90D OLED TVS


The most exciting TV in the whole Samsung lineup has to be the flagship QD-OLED S95D. (Caleb Denison of Digital Trends says it might prove to be the brightest OLED of 2024, possibly outshining LG’s 2024 G4 model. We’re still waiting for Sony to announce its 2024 lineup.) One of the S95D’s standout features is a new “Glare-Free” screen that allows the user to enjoy “the best possible viewing experience across both bright and dark rooms,” according to Samsung. The newly-developed technology reportedly reduces reflections while maintaining contrast and color accuracy, even at sharp viewing angles. While other Samsung TVs boast anti-reflective screens, this new Glare-Free tech is exclusive to the S95D. In general, QD-OLED TVs tend to excel at color brightness and reproduction, but the S95D takes things a step further by having its colors validated by the industry-leading color experts at Pantone. The S95D supports OLED HDR Pro, which promises to deliver more powerful brightness and richer contrast than previous TVs. The S95D also supports HDR10, HDR10+, and HLG, but Dolby Vision remains absent from Samsung’s offerings. The S95D does support Dolby Atmos, however, and includes a 70-watt, 4.2.2-channel sound system. The TV uses Samsung’s One Connect Box to keep cable spaghetti to a minimum.

S95D QD-OLED | Buy Now

77-inch: $4,600

65-inch: $3,400

55-inch: $2,600

The step-down S90D OLED range is a bit confusing when it comes to panel type. According to FlatPanels HD, this series will use a mix of QD-OLED panels, made by Samsung’s own display-manufacturing leg, and W-OLED panels (i.e. “regular” OLEDs) made by LG Display. The 42-inch, 48-inch, and 83-inch S90D TVs will use W-OLED panels, but the 55-inch, 65-inch, and 77-inch models will be made with both types of panel, and there’s no way to know which one you will get. This is a strange situation, and one that might discourage enthusiasts from choosing the S90D, even though all versions will likely perform very well. Like the S95D, the S90D features a 144Hz refresh rate for gamers, and Samsung’s newest AI-powered enhancements, including the new NQ4 AI Gen2 processor and 4K AI upscaling. Just expect the S90D to achieve lower overall brightness than the S95D. It also lacks its more expensive sibling’s One Connect Box and new Glare Free coating. As of now, only the 55-inch and 65-inch versions are available for preorder in the United States, and it’s not clear when or if the other sizes will make it to our shores.

S90D OLED | Buy Now

65-inch: $2700

55-inch: $2000

QN900D and QN800D Neo QLED 8K

QN900d Neo QLED 8K 900x450

While I’d wager that the S95D QD-OLED will produce the best overall picture quality of Samsung’s 2024 TV offerings, the company claims that its Neo QLED 8K TVs deliver “the most premium viewing experience yet.” Both the QN900D and QN800D ranges of Neo QLED 8K TVs feature Samsung’s Infinity Air Design, which makes the TV appear to float thanks to a unique mirror effect on the TV’s stand. Samsung also says that these TVs are the slimmest 8K TVs on the market, starting at just 12.9mm in depth. These TVs have bezels so thin that they’re essentially negligible, according to Samsung. The image “reaches all edges of your TV, giving you an even more expansive view,” according to the company. Under the hood, the new NQ8 AI Gen3 processor boasts twice the speed of its predecessor with “eight times the neural networks” to power AI features like 8K AI Upscaling Pro3 and AI Motion Enhancer Pro. The TVs also feature mini-LED backlighting and, of course, quantum-dot color. Samsung didn’t outline all of the differences between the QN800D and QN900D models, but we know that the latter are equipped with special “expert calibration” controls.

QN900D | Buy Now

85-inch: $8,000

75-inch: $6,300

65-inch: $5,000

QN800D | Buy Now

85-inch: $6,000

75-inch: $4,500

65-inch: $3,500

QN90D and QN85D Neo QLED 4K


The 2024 Neo QLED 4K TVs in the QN90D and QN85D ranges will probably be the most popular choices, thanks to their slightly lower prices. These are still premium TVs, with an updated NQ4 AI Gen 2 processor under the hood to control 4K upscaling and AI features like Real Depth Enhancer Pro and AI Customization Mode, which reportedly adjusts picture settings automatically based on the kind of content being displayed. Active Voice Amplifier Pro boosts dialogue and key sound effects, “like creepy footsteps,”   according to Samsung. Both the QN90D and QN85D ranges support Dolby Atmos, and both feature mini-LED backlighting and quantum-dot color. The QN90D features a handful of potentially meaningful upgrades, including Samsung’s Neo Quantum HDR+ processing, a 144-Hz refresh rate, a wider viewing angle (on certain screen sizes), and an anti-reflection screen.

QN90D | Buy Now

98-inch: $15,000

85-inch: $4,800

75-inch: $3,300

65-inch: $2,700

55-inch: $2,000

50-inch: $1,600

43-inch: $1,500

QN85D | Buy Now

85-inch: $3,700

75-inch: $2,600

65-inch: $1,900

55-inch: $1,400

The Frame

The Frame

TV when it’s on, art when it’s off. That’s the premise and the promise of Samsung’s “The Frame” TVs. They feature a unique matte display that does a surprisingly convincing job disguising the TV as a framed painting when it is not in use. The 2024 Frame TVs have been refreshed with new features, including Pantone Art Validated Colors, making the artwork mode appear even more realistic, according to Samsung. You can still choose from a variety of décor-friendly frame styles. Samsung offers an extensive Art Store from which you can download artwork to display. New for 2024 is a streaming feature that gives you a taste of the Art Store’s collection via 20 free, hand-selected artworks per month. The new Frame is also more energy efficient when in Art Mode because the display can now automatically adjust its refresh rate to conserve energy.

The Frame | Buy Now

75-inch: $3,000

65-inch: $2,000

55-inch: $1,500

50-inch: $1,300

43-inch: $1,000

As the global #1 TV brand for 18 years running, Samsung is always pushing the boundaries of innovation. Our 2024 TV… products redefine the home entertainment experience, with amazing upscaling that makes your favorite content look and sound better than ever – even low-res throwbacks. And it doesn’t stop there. With advanced connectivity, Samsung is upscaling every moment – from how you host a party, work out, and get ready for the day, to how you save energy.

— James Fishler, Senior Vice President of Home Entertainment, Samsung Electronics America

All of Samsung’s 2024 TVs feature a new version of the company’s Tizen OS, which has reportedly been redesigned in order to “bring content front and center in a fresh layout.” The new version of the OS is the first to allow each member of the household to create a separate profile, enabling personalized recommendations and a more customized viewer experience overall.

More information: Samsung


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