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Samsung Netherlands reveals 2020 QLED TVs and soundbars prices

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Last updated: March 12th, 2020 at 19:46 UTC+02:00

Samsung’s 2020 QLED TV and soundbar lineups are being readied for market release in the Netherlands ‘in the coming weeks.’ The company has disclosed the prices for all of its latest products, ranging from the truly bezel-less Q950TS 8K TV and MX-T70 soundbar, to the more affordable T5300 32-inch TV and HW-T400 audio system.

Samsung is releasing its 2020 Q and TU/T TV models in the Netherlands, along with The Serif 2020, The Frame, and The Sero. Sizes vary depending on the model, and you can refer to the chart below for each model’s size options and corresponding price tags. Likewise, the company’s latest soundbar models have prices ranging from 149 EUR to 599 EUR.

Samsung’s 2020 QLED 8K TVs benefit from a variety of new technologies, including Object Tracking Sound, Quantum Dot AI, and Q-Symphony, the latter of which combines the built-in speakers of the TV with an external soundbar to provide a more immersive audio experience. 8K rendering has been improved through the next-gen Quantum Processor.

Samsung’s plans to dominate the 2020 TV market are underway

Samsung began 2020 in full force as far as its TV business is concerned. After announcing a wide variety of models at CES, the company continued amassing various certificates and entered a collaboration with the 8K Association to make its 8K TVs easier to distinguish on store shelves.

The company’s performance last year was stellar, but Samsung wants to push the limits even further and aims to sell around 8 million QLED TVs globally throughout the year. Its plans are already underway. The 2020 4K and 8K TV lineups were introduced in the USA earlier this week, and today, the company announced a new series of TVs as part of the Made for India initiative.

 

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