Samsung just launched its latest range of QLED TVs in Malaysia. The 2023 Samsung Neo QLED TV lineup is made up of 8K and 4K models, with sizes ranging from 55-inch to a whopping 85-inch to meet the demands of different customers.
Let’s start with the Neo QLED 8K TVs. Available in three distinct models (QN700C, QN800C, and QN900C), these 8K TVs offer up to 120Hz refresh rate with the exception of the QN700C, which is limited to 60Hz. They also feature Quantum Matrix Technology Pro – though the QN700C doesn’t get the Pro branding – for more precise lighting control, thanks to the panel’s Quantum Mini LEDs.
Pricing wise, the QN700C starts at RM15,199 (55-inch), while the QN800C retails from RM17,699 for the 65-inch model. As for the QN900C, the most affordable 65-inch variant costs RM21,699, going all the way up to RM43,699 for the 85-inch model.
Next, we have the Neo QLED 4K TVs, which is headlined by the QN95C. Not only does it have a fast 144Hz refresh rate and Samsung’s Quantum Matrix Technology, it also comes in four sizes: 55-inch (RM11,199), 65-inch (RM13,399), 75-inch (RM19,199), and 85-inch (RM24,199).
If you want something more affordable, there’s the Q80C with a RM5,999 starting price for the 55-inch model. For that kind of money, it features a 100Hz refresh rate, Direct Full Array technology for better contrast, and a Neural Quantum Processor 4K – the same one found in the higher-end QN95C – for content upscaling.
The 2023 Samsung Neo QLED TVs are now available for purchase in Malaysia. To celebrate the launch of the new QLED TVs here, Samsung is bundling various soundbars with every purchase of selected models. More details on the launch promotion can be found here.
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