“The Samsung 4K SUHD TV completely redefines the viewing experience” Samsung’s official website says.
Samsung’s line of 4K TV’s all are equipped with quantum dots. This is what the company calls “nano-crystal technology”. Also, the company reminded buyers that all TV’s will implement a Tizen operating system.
In normal terms, these SUHD TV’s are practically LCD TV’s branded with quality upgrades and fancy features. Samsung will have to live up to the description of these items to compete with LG’s OLED TV’s.
US Customers will now be able to know how much they will be required to pay for the latest TV created by Samsung.
Samsung has released information about the pricing of specific models and details about these TV’s. The Korean electronic company introduced this lineup of TV’s way back in January. The highest quality and definitely most expensive version of the lineup is branded with the “SUHD” label.
Rather than worrying whether your TV has that label, you should focus more on the price of the electronic. The JS95000 (65-inch) is already available on Amazon for $6,000. If you’re looking to get the cheapest version, then the JS8500 is for you, coming in at $3,000.
For those who want to go all-in with Samsung’s TV, there may be an 88-inch JS9500 released. However, this will flaunt a price tag of $23,000. Ouch.
Like most TV’s, the price will most likely drop over time. One example is Samsung’s own 2014 UN65HU9000, which started at $4,999. Now that the next lineup has already began to ship, the TV is now selling for $3,499 (30% discount). Also, the UN65HU8550 was sold for $3,999 and now is being purchased for $2,997.
These price tags are part of the universal pricing plan (UPP). This means that the price is set by the manufacturer, and the vendors must follow it.
However, Samsung did not become as successful as they are today by selling 3 grand TV’s. The variety they offer with these TV”s is the reason that their name in the TV market holds a high reputation. They offer different sizes, prices, and permutations which attracts all types of audiences.
Just because the TV does not hold the “S” in the “SUHD”, does not mean it will work like a $100 TV at a garage sale. The cheaper the version, the less fancy features it will have. It all depends on how much you are willing to spend on a TV, curved or flat.