Samsung has confirmed its extensive 2021 TV lineup, which covers high-end micro-LEDs, updated gaming monitors and gaming displays, as well as new Frame models with more storage. While most of the new TVs were unveiled at CES 2021, the latest details fill in the gaps on sizing, launch dates, and even some specs that weren’t correct.
Leading the pack, Samsung’s premium Micro LED series with its display technology that promises OLED-style deep black levels and extreme contrast, but without the limited brightness and scorching potential. This is achieved through tiny self-emitting LEDs that were previously only available on Samsung’s gargantuan “The wall“TV, which required custom assembly and installation.
From the end of March, Micro LED technology will be available worldwide to the general public in massive 110-inch and 99-inch TVs, with a smaller (but no less imposing) 88-inch set planned. in the fall and a 76- inch model also in the pipeline.
Samsung has also confirmed sizing for its larger audience Neo QLED Televisions, which promise better backlight and brightness performance thanks to Mini-LED technology. The tallest of these newcomers will be 8K sets in sizes 65 inches, 75 inches and 85 inches (between $ 5,000 and $ 9,000). As 4K TVs enter of them ranges which include 55-inch to 85-inch packages, with prices ranging from $ 1,600 to $ 5,000.
In addition, the same display technology is featured on Samsung’s latest Odyssey G9 curved gaming monitor, and the Korean electronics giant is also releasing a game bar that brings ultra-wide aspect ratios to traditional TVs. Another ‘smart monitor’ is also incoming which can switch between professional display (with WiFi support, wireless DEX and Apple AirPlay 2) and a traditional smart TV.
Elsewhere, Samsung has increased storage on its new Frame TV range (price between $ 1,000 to $ 3,000) at 6 GB, enough for 1200 ultra-HD photos. At 24.9 millimeters thick, backdrops that double as photo frames are now thinner than ever. There is also a new “My Shelf” accessory to which the three Frame models (55 inches, 65 inches and 75 inches) can be hung, available in four colors: beige, white, brown and black.
For the outdoors, there’s the weatherproof and water-resistant Samsung Terrace TV in 55in, 65in and a new 75in model that’s due out in the summer. Beyond televisions, Samsung is launching its 4K ultra short throw laser projector, called “The first, “later this year, with roll-up screens.