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    Samsung confirms price and release date for new SUHD TVs in UK

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    Last updated: May 10th, 2016 at 12:57 UTC+02:00

    Samsung announced its new quantum dot 4K TVs earlier this year and almost a month after confirming the price and release date of these TVs for the United States, it has come out with the same information today for the United Kingdom. Samsung's 2016 SUHD TVs start from £1,299 in the UK. Samsung launched five new series of SUHD TVs this year all of which feature 4K resolution, quantum dot panels as well as native support for HDR content.

    Customers in the United Kingdom can pick up the new SUHD TVs from online retailers as well as brick-and-mortar outlets of Currys, John Lewis, etc. The new models start at £1,299 and prices are considerably higher for the larger models. The new TVs are available in a variety of display sizes all the way up to a massive 88-inches. These TVs have native support for Samsung's SmartThings connected home platform so they're a logical choice for those who have already adopted the Internet of Things. Expect more models to come in the future as Samsung has already said that it's going to aggressively push quantum dot TVs this year.

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