Samsung's new mid-range and high-end TVs, including the miniLED LCD models, are now available in the US and parts of Europe including the UK.
Samsung 2022 TVsSamsung has a full line-up of LCD TVs ranging from affordable 4K to premium 8K. The high-end "Neo QLED" LCD models feature miniLED zone dimming with minor tweaks over last year's models. Samsung's 4K flagship QN95B is also coming to the US this year. In 2022, Samsung is launching its first QD-OLED TVs to challenge LG's strong position in the OLED TV segment. S95B is available now in the US and will be available in Europe later this quarter. Also read: Samsung 2022 TV line-up
Samsung's first QD-OLED TV, S95BThere is a refreshed range of 'lifestyle' TVs, too. For the first time, these TVs feature matte LCD displays. The Frame 2022 is available now while the The Serif 2022 will arrive soon. Smaller microLED TVs have been delayed yet again. Samsung's Tizen platform has a refreshed user interface in full screen divided into three hubs. The Gaming Hub will be added later this year through a software update. For the first time, Samsung's TVs also support Dolby Atmos decoding. We refer to the table below for details on prices and availability. Click on the model names for specifications and more information in the TV Database. Samsung's 2022 TV models are expected to be more widely available in Europe and other regions later this quarter.
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