Samsung's QN900A Neo QLED 8K TVs are now on sale with the 75-inch model slashed in price by a whopping $3000, bringing the price down to $4000 (opens in new tab) from its $7000 listing. Expensive, but now a lot less expensive.
Alongside the sale on the 75-inch model, there are also sales on the 65-inch and 85-inch models. The 65-inch model is down to $3000 (opens in new tab) from $5000, and the 85-inch model is down to $5000 (opens in new tab) from $9000.
Samsung 8K QLED TV deal
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This Samsung TV is among the best QLED TVs we've ever tested. Picture quality is extraordinary, and the jump to 8K increases detail exponentially. With consistent scaling and great contrast, this $3000 saving shouldn't be missed.
Next-gen TVs are here, and 8K is getting cheaper every day. The Samsung QE75QN900A is a beautiful, massive 8K (with 4K@120Hz support) HDR display originally priced at $7000 which you can now get for $3000 off.
This TV supports every next-gen feature you could want, outside of Dolby Vision, and boasts some impressive technical specs, like a maximum peak brightness of 4000 nits, over 33 million pixels, AMD's Freesync, excellent response times for gaming, and much more. For the money you're spending, you're getting what you pay for.
Picture quality is stunning and the Samsung does an unbelievable job of upscaling 4K content to match its 8K resolution. There's loads of fine detail on display (even in dark scenes) and crisp edges draw you into the picture. Motion is handled confidently, too.
Plus, the Samsung QE75QN900A comes with an onboard 6.2.2 channel speaker system, and as a result, the defining audio signature of the TV is its massive soundstage, making anything you play feel broad and expansive, even if a TV of this price is best suited to an external sound system.
We here at What Hi-Fi? loved the Samsung QE75QN900A, giving it five-stars in our review, and saying "this 8K TV has an awesome sense of scale and a crispness normally associated with a smaller 4K set."
Of course, pricing is all relative and not everyone has $4000 spare to spend on a new TV, but if you do, you'll be hard-pressed to find a better-performing QLED TV.
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