Samsung 8K QLED TVs officially launched in Vietnam
Samsung has officially launched its 8K QLED TV series in Vietnam. The latest Samsung premium TVs are now available in more than 60 markets around the world. The company plans to sell 5 million units of 8K QLED TVs globally by 2022.
With many pre-eminent features, such as 8K resolution screen, high contrast, high level of peak brightness, Quantum processor, and artificial intelligence, Samsung’s 8K QLED TVs bring a true-to-life viewing experience. The new TVs also come with Bixby Virtual Assistant for voice control. Samsung promises an improved version of Bixby in this series.
No. 1 TV brand for 13 consecutive years
According to IHS DisplaySearch, Samsung is the No. 1 TV brand in the world for 13 consecutive years, from 2006 to 2018. In Vietnam, the company led the TV market in 2018 with 42% market share. The figure goes up to 51.7% when it comes to premium TVs (65-inches or higher). Samsung wants to build on it with the new 8K QLED TVs.
In Vietnam, the new TVs are available in four screen sizes, 65-inch, 75-inch, 82-inch, and 98-inch. The 82-inch version costs only VND 299 million (~$12,890). The 75-inch and 65-inch versions are priced at VND 199 million (~$8,579) and VND 119 million (~$5,130) respectively.
Samsung is also offering exclusive gifts to customers who pre-order the new TV series before April 30 2019. Benefits include a Galaxy S10+ smartphone, a Harman Kardon N950 soundbar, and 8K VIP Care, along with free delivery and installation nationwide.