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Samsung TV 2021: Every 4K and 8K Neo QLED, QLED and Crystal UHD TV detailed

Samsung TV 2021: All the new Micro LED, QLED and Crystal UHD TVs

Samsung’s 2021 TV range continues to push 8K and bigger sizes with the QLED TV line-up receiving its biggest revamp in years and Micro LED TVs now finally available.

This guide will help you sort through all the models, sizes and features of Samsung’s TVs for 2021. As they are now on sale, we’ve included the latest prices for each TV.

Say hello to Neo QLED

A number of Samsung’s QLEDs are branded Neo QLED for 2021. Neo QLED TVs will feature Mini LED technology, a new lightning system for a brighter, punchier performance and a new AI processor. The premium sets also gain Ultra Viewing Angle technology to maintain colours and contrast at wider angles, as well as Anti-reflection technology to protect against reflections and glare.

In terms of audio, the flagship models have been upgraded from 2020’s OTS+ audio system to OTS Pro. The new system features two extra tweeters to make a 6.2.2 speaker set-up.

Neo Quantum Processors and Mini LED backlights

For 2021, the Neo QLEDs gain the Quantum Mini LED backlight, Quantum Matrix technology, and Neo Quantum Processor picture processor.

With the Quantum Mini LED backlight, the LED is 1/40th the height of a conventional LED and that means more can be placed into a smaller space. Smaller size equals higher density for increased brightness and better light efficiency. Still with us?

Blooming – where bright areas of an image spill into darker areas – should be minimised with this approach, with contrast improved for more detail and intensity evident in the brightest parts of an image.

Samsung also claims the Quantum Processor boasts more precise control over dimming, better distribution of light (so bright areas are even brighter) and a boost to black detail (that’s detail in the darkest part of an image), so you can see everything you’re meant to see.

Neo QLED 8K TVs

The flagship QN900A 8K model receives the OTS Pro sound system as well the 8K Quantum AI Processor, the latter using what Samsung terms as Multi Intelligence Deep Learning. Previously its TVs only used one neural network to analyse and upscale images, but the new Quantum Ai processor uses 16 neural networks that specialise in a different field of picture quality, allowing it to assess what part of the image needs to be enhanced and how.

Samsung’s slimmer One Connect box – which houses all the TV’s connections and processing – can be attached to the back of the QN900A’s stand to take up less space. The attachable One Connect is reserved for the 8K models, while the QN95A flagship 4K set gets a slim non-attachable version.

New features and design for the Crystal UHD series

Though the Crystal UHD TVs are native 60Hz panels, they can simulate 120Hz with their Motion Xcelerator Turbo technology for a smoother, faster performance. That should help with broadcast TV and gaming and apparently it’s a first for any 60Hz TV.

The Crystal UHD range (AU9000/AU8000) are the recipients of the OTS Lite sound system, which places two physical speakers at the bottom and two virtual speakers at the top. The top speakers reproduce sounds via digital processing.

The Crystal UHD design has been revised in what Samsung is referring to as its AirSlim design. A slimmer backlight structure has been employed, reducing the distance between LED cells and LCD panel; with smaller electrical parts used to reduce the TV’s depth, too. It should help make the Crystal UHD series more suited to wall-mounting.

MicroLED makes its bow

Samsung has been advocating MicroLED for a few years, and it’s ready to bring the the technology to consumers. At least those with big enough wallets to afford the 110-, 99-, 88- and 76-inch models (the latter two are due late 2021).

They use micrometre-sized LED lights to eliminate the backlight and colour filters conventional displays rely on. It’s self-illuminating – which means the pixels produce their own light – and according to Samsung, this results in “stunning, lifelike colours and accurate brightness”. Peak brightness is high, and Samsung says it reaches that level without losing detail in the highlights. As the display is made out inorganic materials, it won’t suffer from the burn-in issues that can afflict OLEDs, so it’s durable enough to last for years.

The set comes in a pre-fabricated metal casing so it’s ready to use as soon as it’s installed. With a screen-to-body ratio of 99.99%, the focus will most definitely be on the images.

The MicroLED TV supports the OTS Pro speaker system for 5.1 channel sound. Multi View allows viewers to watch four sources of content at the same time and as it’s 110-inches in size, four 55-inch sized split screens can be watched at once.

2021 Lifestyle update

Samsung’s popular Frame TV (one million sales so far) has been slimmed down to mirror the depth of a traditional picture frame. It now has attachable bezel options in five colours and two customisable styles – Modern and Beveled – so it can match the décor of a room.

With over 1400+ curated art pieces in The Frame’ s library, Samsung’s new AI-based auto curation technology ushers users to artwork recommendations based on their individual consumer preferences.

Samsung TV 2021

Samsung TV 8K Neo QLED

QN900A

  • QE65QN900A
  • QE75QN900A
  • QE85QN900A

The QN900A replaces last year’s Q950TS as Samsung’s ‘best’ TV. Again, it looks to improve on the company’s 8K foundations with more detailed highlights and pitch black levels for increased contrast and 8K sharpness.

The Infinity Screen returns, providing an edge-to-edge viewing experience, and the built-in lean of last year’s model is gone. With a slim profile (15.4mm), the QN900A is suited for wall-mounting, and the One Connect box that incorporates the connections and funnels power, video and audio can be affixed to the back of the stand to keep it concealed.

Upscaling sub-4K content to 8K is said to be improved, while peak HDR brightness is very high (less high for the 65-inch model). Tucked into its slim frame is Object Tracking Sound PRO sound system with 10 built-in speakers to track sound across the screen.

  • Neo Quantum Processor 8K
  • Quantum Matrix Pro backlight
  • Ultra Wide Viewing Angle/Anti-Reflective screen
  • OTS Pro
  • HDR10, HDR10+, HDR10+ Adaptive, HLG
  • One Connect (attachable)
  • 4K/120fps, ALLM, VRR, eARC
  • Infinity One Design/Infinity Screen
  • Multi View (4 screens)
  • Super Ultrawide GameView & Game Bar
  • Q-Symphony
  • AMD FreeSync Premium Pro
  • Motion Xcelerator Turbo+

QN800A

  • QE65QN800A
  • QE75QN800A
  • QE85QN800A

The QN800A matches the flagship QN900A with its processor and Ultra Wide Viewing angles/anti-reflection technology. However, the QN800A’s features are scaled down slightly so it’s a more ‘affordable’ 8K set.

It’s HDR performance is not as bright, the speaker count drops to 8 instead of 10 and there’s no Infinity Display with its more noticeable bezel framing the TV. Otherwise it matches the top 8K screen.

  • Neo Quantum Processor 8K
  • Quantum Matrix Pro backlight
  • Ultra Wide Viewing Angle/Anti-Reflective screen
  • OTS Plus
  • HDR10, HDR10+, HDR10+ Adaptive, HLG
  • One Connect (attachable)
  • 4K/120fps, ALLM, VRR, eARC
  • Infinity One Design
  • Multi View (4 screens)
  • Super Ultrawide GameView & Game Bar
  • Q-Symphony
  • AMD FreeSync Premium Pro
  • Motion Xcelerator Turbo+

Samsung TV 2021 4K Neo QLED

The Samsung QE65QN95A

QN95A

  • QE55QN95A
  • QE65QN95A
  • QE75QN95A
  • QE85QN95A

The Samsung QE65QN95A is the first 2021 Samsung set we’ve reviewed, and the introduction of Mini-LED technology has helped Samsung solve the conundrum of great black levels and punchy, bright images without one heavily compromising the other. Factor in a Game Mode capable of 5.8ms at 120Hz, four HDMI 2.1 inputs, a boost in the picture performance and massive selection of catch-up/on-demand apps, and you have an entertainment powerhouse.

Samsung’s lack of interest in Dolby Vision remains a niggle, and for a 65-inch LCD TV it is expensive. Still, we said the QN95A felt like the start of a new TV era.

  • Neo Quantum Processor 4K
  • Quantum Matrix
  • Ultra Wide Viewing Angle/Anti-Reflective screen
  • OTS Plus
  • HDR10, HDR10+, HDR10+ Adaptive, HLG
  • One Connect
  • 4K/120fps, ALLM, VRR, eARC
  • NeoSlim Design
  • Multi View (2 screens)
  • Super Ultrawide GameView & Game Bar
  • Q-Symphony
  • AMD FreeSync Premium Pro
  • Motion Xcelerator Turbo+

QN94C/QN94A

  • QE50QN94C
  • QE55QN94C
  • QE65QN94C
  • QE75QN94C
  • QE85QN94C

The QN94C (or QN94A) covers the same bases as the QN95A, so you can expect picture, audio and features to hit the same mark. Where it differs is that it drops support for the One Connect box (a shame), but that should mean the QN94A is cheaper. The second difference is the introduction of a 50-inch model and that size swaps the OTS Pro system for OTS Lite (a combination of physical and virtual speakers).

As far as we can tell, the QN94C/QN94C is exclusive to the UK.

  • Neo Quantum Processor 4K
  • Quantum Matrix
  • Ultra Wide Viewing Angle/Anti-Reflective screen
  • OTS Plus (OTS Lite for 50-inch model)
  • HDR10, HDR10+, HLG
  • 4K/120fps, ALLM, VRR, eARC
  • NeoSlim Design
  • Multi View (2 screens)
  • Super Ultrawide GameView & Game Bar
  • Q-Symphony
  • AMD FreeSync Premium Pro
  • Motion Xcelerator Turbo+

QN90A

  • QE50QN90A
  • QE55QN90A
  • QE65QN90A

Another variation of the QN95A pops up in the QN90A. What’s the difference? Well, fewer sizes (no 75- or 85-inch model), the 50-inch model – like the QN94C – gets OTS Lite sound system, and the viewing angle technology is the Wide not Ultra version – expect colours and contrast to be reduced off-axis compared to the QN95A. Otherwise, it keeps much of the QN95A’s specs.

  • Neo Quantum Processor 4K
  • Quantum Matrix
  • Wide Viewing Angle/Anti-Reflection
  • OTS Plus (OTS Lite for 50-inch model)
  • HDR10, HDR10+, HLG
  • 4K/120fps, ALLM, VRR, eARC
  • NeoSlim Design
  • Multi View (2 screens)
  • Super Ultrawide GameView & Game Bar
  • Q-Symphony
  • AMD FreeSync Premium Pro
  • Motion Xcelerator Turbo+

QN85A

  • QE55QN85A
  • QE65QN85A
  • QE75QN85A
  • QE85QN85A

The last of the Neo QLED branded TVs. The QN85A’s picture and sound features see a slight downgrade in specs. HDR performance is said be less bright, while the audio system is arrayed in a more standard OTS configuration (we’re looking to confirm this). The design of the stand differs from than the premium Neo QLED models and can accommodate a soundbar (preferably a Samsung one).

  • Neo Quantum Processor 4K
  • Quantum Matrix
  • Wide Viewing Angle/Anti-Reflection
  • OTS
  • HDR10, HDR10+, HLG
  • 4K/120fps, ALLM, VRR, eARC
  • NeoSlim Design
  • Multi View (2 screens)
  • Super Ultrawide GameView & Game Bar
  • Q-Symphony
  • AMD FreeSync Premium Pro
  • Motion Xcelerator Turbo+

Samsung TV 2021 4K QLED

Q80A

  • QE50Q80A
  • QE55Q80A
  • QE65Q80A
  • QE75Q80A

The first ‘normal’ QLED, so it won’t benefit from the Mini LED technology; nor does it boast the top of the range AI processor. We’d surmise that contrast, brightness and black level performance will dip as a result.

Like the QN95A series, the 50-inch model gets the OTS Lite sound system. The 50-inch misses out on the Motion Xcelerator Turbo+ gaming feature that boosts the TV’s refresh rate to 4K/120Hz for smoother, more responsive gameplay. We’re guessing this may be the entry-level full array local dimming display in the range.

  • Quantum Processor 4K
  • Wide Viewing Angle
  • OTS (OTS Lite for 50-inch model)
  • HDR10, HDR10+, HLG
  • 4K/120fps, ALLM, VRR, eARC
  • Multi View (2 screens)
  • Super Ultrawide GameView & Game Bar
  • Q-Symphony
  • AMD FreeSync Premium Pro
  • Motion Xcelerator Turbo+ (excluding 50-inch model)

Q70A

  • QE55Q70A
  • QE65Q70A
  • QE75Q70A
  • QE85Q70A

We suspect the Q70A is the first edge-lit TV in the line-up, and as such we don’t expect HDR performance to be on par with the models above. The Quantum Processor and Wide Viewing Angle technology of the Q80A remain, but the entire Q70A series gets OTS Lite (a combination of physical and virtual speakers), making it one to more heavily consider a soundbar for.

The Q70A has a thinner design compared to its 2020 equivalent making it very suitable for wall-mounting. The Dual LED technology that worked to nice effect on the Q65T/Q60T TVs is back again.

  • Quantum Processor 4K
  • Wide Viewing Angle
  • OTS Lite
  • HDR10, HDR10+, HLG
  • 4K/120fps, ALLM, VRR, eARC
  • AirSlim Design
  • Multi View (2 screens)
  • Super Ultrawide GameView & Game Bar
  • Q-Symphony
  • AMD FreeSync Premium Pro
  • Motion Xcelerator Turbo+

Q65A

  • QE43Q65A
  • QE50Q65A
  • QE55Q65A
  • QE65Q65A
  • QE75Q65A

Q60A

  • QE43Q60A
  • QE50Q60A
  • QE55Q60A
  • QE65Q60A
  • QE75Q60A
  • QE85Q60A

The Q65A/Q60A are the entry-level QLEDs. The feature set is not the most comprehensive but will serve those looking for a set for everyday viewing.

The Q65A/Q60A is given the Crystal Processor 4K – not even the ‘Lite’ version of the Quantum processor – and it also loses wide viewing functionality, enhanced game features, and some adaptive sound features. In terms of its design the stand can be adjusted for squeezing a soundbar beneath.

It supports Q-Symphony but the ‘Lite’ version, presumably because of the virtual speakers at the top of the TV. It looks like it misses out on the VRR skills that would benefit gaming on Ps5 and Xbox Series X. The Q65A appears to be a John Lewis & Partners exclusive in the UK.

  • Crystal Processor 4K
  • Dual LED
  • OTS Lite
  • HDR10, HDR10+, HLG
  • ALLM, eARC
  • AirSlim Design
  • Multi View (2 screens)
  • Super Ultrawide GameView & Game Bar
  • Q-Symphony Lite
  • Motion Xcelerator

Samsung TV Crystal UHD

AU9007

  • UE43AU9007
  • UE50AU9007
  • UE55AU9007
  • UE65AU9007
  • UE75AU9007

AU9000

  • UE43AU9000
  • UE50AU9000
  • UE55AU9000
  • UE65AU9000
  • UE75AU9000

It’s hard to tell the difference between the AU9007 and AU9000 as they have the same design, sizes and features. Value is the focus here with its Crystal Processor ramping up colour reproduction over 4K UHD TVs, and there’s gaming support with its Motion Xcelerator Turbo feature and the Super UltraWide GameView and Game Bar that enables switching between 21:9 and 32:9 screen ratios.

Otherwise there are the ‘Lite’ versions of the Q-Symphony and OTS audio technologies, so this TV will rely on some digital wizardry for audio. The AU9007 appears to be exclusive to Currys UK.

  • Crystal Processor 4K
  • OTS Lite
  • HDR10, HDR10+, HLG
  • 4K/120fps, ALLM, VRR, eARC
  • AirSlim Design
  • Multi View (2 screens)
  • Super Ultrawide GameView & Game Bar
  • Q-Symphony
  • AMD FreeSync
  • Motion Xcelerator Turbo

AU8000

  • UE43AU8000
  • UE50AU8000
  • UE55AU8000
  • UE65AU8000
  • UE70AU8000
  • UE75AU8000
  • UE85AU8000

The entry-level Crystal UHD TV is available in more sizes (70-, 85-inches) than the AU9000, and covers similar ground in terms audio-visual features but loses the Turbo version of the Motion Xcelerator and Super UltraWide GameView and Game Bar, making this a less suitable option if you’re after a new affordable gaming TV.

  • Crystal Processor 4K
  • HDR10, HDR10+, HLG
  • ALLM, eARC
  • AirSlim Design
  • Q-Symphony
  • Motion Xcelerator

Samsung TV 4K UHD

AU7100

  • UE43AU7100
  • UE50AU7100
  • UE55AU7100
  • UE58AU7100
  • UE65AU7100
  • UE75AU7100
  • UE85AU7100

The AU7100 is the entry-level LED LCD TV for 2021. Aside from the Tizen-based Eden smart interface, there aren’t many smart features (no built-in voice assistants, no Multi View), the visual features are rather standard (Samsung’s PurColor technology) and the audio features are the ‘Lite’ version in most cases. If you’re looking for a cheap, no-frills telly; this would be the one.

  • Crystal Processor 4K
  • Pur Color
  • HDR10, HDR10+, HLG
  • ALLM, eARC
  • Bezel-Less Design
  • Q-Symphony Lite
  • Motion Xcelerator

Samsung TV Lifestyle

The Frame 2021

  • QE43LS03A
  • QE50LS03A
  • QE55LS03A
  • QE65LS03A
  • QE75LS03A

Samsung continues with its lifestyle-focused Frame TV series. It functions like any other TV when switched on, but can show pieces of framed art via Art Mode. It integrates the same QLED display tech seen in the standard QLED range, so viewers will be getting a similar level of picture quality. The 32-inch from 2020 carries on but the rest of the range is new.

  • Crystal Processor 4K
  • HDR10, HDR10+, HLG
  • eARC
  • Modern Frame Design
  • Multi View (2 screens)
  • Art Mode
  • Q-Symphony Lite

That’s it for the 8K/4K Samsung TV 2021 range. Read on below for details on the 2020 range, which is still available at reduced prices.


Samsung TV 2020

Q950TS

  • QE65Q950TS
  • QE75Q950TS
  • QE82Q950TS

At the top of Samsung’s 2020 TV range is the Q950TS 8K Infinity Screen TV. Infinity Screen refers to the display, which is 15mm thick and occupies 99% of the screen area. The set still tucks in the OTS+ (Object Tracking Sound) speaker system, which use AI technology for accurate placement of sounds on screen. We’ve reviewed the Q950TS and said it was hands down one of the “most attractive LCD TV” we’ve tested.

Q900T

  • QE75Q900T
  • QE65Q900T

The step-down 8K model is the Q900T. The 75-inch set can pump out 4000 nits of brightness (the 65-inch does 3000 nits) and like the Q950T, it bears the Infinity Screen and 8K Quantum AI processor and OTS+ sound. The difference between it and the Q950T is that the Q900T doesn’t have the No Gap wall mount/One Connect box, but it does retain the Q Symphony sound feature.

Q800T

The Q800T is the first in the 8K range that doesn’t have the Infinity Screen. Instead you get the ‘Boundless design’, which still has bezels on the side, but they’re kept to a minimum.

Thanks to a recent price cut and a mostly excellent picture performance that sells the advantages of 8K on a 65-inch screen, the QE65Q800T brings the 8K future into something at least approaching the mainstream.

Q700T

The Q700T is the entry-level 8K model and it has a direct full array screen as well as the benefits of Samsung’s Quantum Processor 8K for upscaling to 8K. The Q700T includes the Object Tracking Sound+ (OTS+) found in the more expensive 8K sets, as well as Adaptive Sound+ and Active Voice Amplifier. The Q700T is Samsung’s cheapest 8K TV so far.

  • QE55Q700T
  • QE65800T

Samsung TV 2020 4K QLED

Q95T

  • QE55Q95T
  • QE65Q95T
  • QE75Q95T
  • QE85Q95T

Although the QE65Q95T isn’t a direct successor to the Q90R, its stellar performance quickly soon wins you over. In fact, it’s hard to imagine it picture quality being bettered by any other 4K LCD TV in 2020.

Q90T

  • QE55Q90T
  • QE65Q90T
  • QE75Q90T

Aside from the One Connect box, the Q90T includes everything the Q95T does. Picture quality is excellent, features extensive and the price is more affordable for what is effectively Samsung’s flagship 4K 2020 TV

Q85T

  • QE49Q85T
  • QE55Q85T
  • QE65Q85T
  • QE75Q85T

If you’re after a higher-end 4K QLED but are put off by the large sizes, the Q85T is the first to have a 49-inch model in its ranks.

The video/audio features present on the Q95T/Q90T appear here, but HDR performance drops to 1500/1000 nits. The Q85T is exclusive to the Dixons Group (Currys PC World).

Samsung Q80T

Q80T

  • QE49Q80T
  • QE55Q80T
  • QE65Q80T
  • QE75Q80T
  • QE85Q80T

Samsung continues its trend of slightly downgrading its TVs by omitting some features off the list. The Q80T does get an 85-inch model to fill out its ranks, and HDR brightness remains the same as the Q85T. The screen doesn’t support Samsung’s Anti-Reflection, so it’s better to keep this one facing away from any bright lights.

We thought this TV was fantastic, an “ambitious flatscreen offering punchy HDR, gorgeous colour and a surprisingly good black level performance.”

Q70T

  • QE55Q70T
  • QE65Q70T
  • QE75Q70T
  • QE85Q70T

The Q70T’s panel is not a direct full-array, so this is an edge-lit model. You also miss out on the OTS tracking speakers, Q Symphony compatibility and the stand design employs a thin T-shaped appearance. The Q75T has Samsung’s 3-sided Boundless design that offers a minimalist look and near-bezeless panel for fewer distractions when watching your favourite programmes/films.

If you’re wondering what the difference is between the Q75T and the Q70T, the latter has an 85-inch model, and the former is only available from Currys PC World.

Q65T

  • QE43Q65T
  • QE50Q65T
  • QE55Q65T
  • QE65Q65T
  • QE75Q65T

The Q65T is the first model to have a 43-inch version, and features what Samsung has called the Quantum Processor Lite, which we believe refers to the set’s less thorough upscaling skills. The Q65T also misses out on the Adaptive Picture feature, so this set doesn’t adjust its picture in accordance with ambient light levels.

We’ve reviewed and very much enjoyed the performance. Considering the price and features, the Q65T/Q60T offers plenty of value.

read our Samsung QE55Q65T review

Q60T

  • QE43Q60T
  • QE50Q60T
  • QE55Q60T
  • QE58Q60T
  • QE65Q60T
  • QE75Q60T
  • QE85Q60T

Again, the differences between the Q65T and Q60T appear to be fairly cosmetic. The bottom-range QLED TV has a 85-inch model and that’s you lot.

Samsung TV 2020 4K Crystal UHD

Samsung TU8500

  • UE43TU8500
  • UE49TU8500
  • UE55TU8500
  • UE65TU8500

The first model in the Crystal UHD range is the TU8500. Inevitably features drop off from QLED such as the 4K Quantum processor. But you still get HDR10+ (available across the whole range), a huge number of smart apps and the benefit of Samsung’s upscaling expertise. Alexa and Samsung’s Tizen are available for voice control, while Google Assistant will be coming in a future update.

Samsung TU8000

  • UE43TU8000
  • UE50TU8000
  • UE55TU8000
  • UE65TU8000
  • UE75TU8000
  • UE82TU8000

The step down Crystal UHD model is the TU8000. Differences are mainly cosmetic with the central pedestal swapped out for feet. The TU8000 comes in more sizes, starting at 43-inches and ending at a mammoth 82-inches. This set also misses out on Samsung’s Dual LED technology, which helps enhance a TV’s contrast levels. Another thing to mention is that all the TU8000 sizes support Samsung’s clean cable solution apart from the 43-inch model.

Samsung TU7100

  • UE43TU7100
  • UE50TU7100
  • UE55TU7100
  • UE58TU7100
  • UE65TU7100
  • UE70TU7100
  • UE75TU7100

The TU7100 is almost identical to the TU8000 with a few slight differences. It has fewer HDMI connections (two compared to the TU8000’s three), and comes in more sizes with a 58- and 70-inch version.

While we called it “not the most exciting TV in the world” the TU7100 offers amazing value for money with its picture quality at this size.

Samsung TV 2020 4K Lifestyle TVs

Sero

  • QE43LS05T

One for the cool kid crowd, the Sero is a new lifestyle QLED TV with a unique feature. It can rotate between horizontal and vertical orientations like a smartphone can, so viewers can enjoy a whole range of content that are vertical in scope, as well as catering for normal, landscape content. It’s only available in 43-inch size, but comes with 60W of sound for a 4.1 channel presentation.

The Frame 2020

  • QE43LS03
  • QE50LS03
  • QE55LS03
  • QE65LS03
  • QE75LS03

The Frame 2020 edition comes in new sizes with a 32-inch and massive 75-inch version. The Frame is like any other TV when switched on, but when you’re not watching content it’ll can show pieces of framed art via Art Mode. If this is of no interest, the screensavers/wallpapers can be customised to show your own pictures.

The Serif 2020

  • QE43LS01
  • QE49LS01
  • QE55LS01

The 2020 edition of the Serif TV comes in 43, 49 and 55-inch flavours, and will be available in Cloud White and Cotton Blue colour options.

The Serif TV is more for design purists, although it does have a 4K QLED screen. It’s won a few awards including one at the International Forum (iF) Design Awards.

The Terrace

  • QE55LST7TA
  • QE65LST7TA
  • QE75LST7TA

The Terrace is a TV built for the outdoors. It has IP55 water and dust resistance, high HDR peak brightness of 2000 nits to nullify some of that brightness from sunlight. There’s wide viewing angle technology, useful if there’s more than one person watching and the frame is made out of metal, adding to the set’s durability.

Other include the Tizen-based Eden smarts and HDR10+ support. There’s also a HDBaseT receiver for long distance audio, video and power transmission through a single cable. Fancy a soundbar, too? Samsung has made the Terrace soundbar, which comes with water resistant features.