Samsung UK now selling 2020 QLED TVs, priced up to £9,500

Samsung’s 2020 QLED TV lineup is now finally available for purchase in the United Kingdom, with sales officially starting earlier today. The face of the new television family is the Q950TS, a beastly QLED HDR TV boasting 8K resolution support. Arguably the only thing scarier than the list of Q950TS features is the price tag this behemoth of a smart TV commands, starting at £5,999 for the 65-inch model up to a whopping £9,499 label attached to its 85-inch counterpart.

Jumping into the latest generation of Samsung’s Quantum Dot goodness doesn’t have to be an instant death sentence to your wallet, however. The 2020 QLED series starts with the modest Q65T, a 4K, HDR-capable device available in five sizes, ranging from 43 to 75 inches. That smallest iteration retails at £799, or 0.1 Q950TSs.

Samsung wants a grand for every “K”

Still, looking at the range as a whole, Samsung’s 2020 QLED offerings certainly haven’t been designed to prioritize affordability. That’s kind of how it goes when you mix cutting-edge AI with amazing image quality standards. If value’s what you’re concerned about, Samsung is still selling many LCD TVs for you to consider. Of course, even the company itself is eager to divest itself from LCDs, so ignoring QLED products in 2020 probably isn’t the smartest thing to do as a consumer, pricing concerns aside.

Tech aficionados may be able to find some solace in an ongoing Samsung UK promotion allowing cashbacks up to £500 on select 2020 QLED TV purchases. The majority of the new TV range can now be ordered directly from Samsung and is shipping immediately. Some of the models are also carried by Samsung’s British distributors but the ongoing lockdown measures may drastically affect their availability.

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