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Samsung has recently launched its next-generation ultra-premium Neo QLED TV range in India. This new high-profile TV lineup comes with a nearly bezel-less Infinity One Design and exceptionally true-to-life picture quality for a cinematic viewing experience.

With its flagship 8K and 4K TV models, Samsung bringing a whole new display technology, Neo QLED TV. These TVs will available in 5 sizes 85-inch (2m 16cm), 75-inch (1m 89cm), 65-inch (1m 63cm), 55-inch (1m 38cm) and 50-inch (1m 25cm).

About Samsung Neo QLED:

With the 2021 line-up, Samsung introduces its Neo QLED TV – a whole new world of QLED TVs with a perfect blend of design and premium features. The Neo QLED delivers cutting-edge Quantum Matrix Technology with a powerful Neo Quantum Processor. Samsung’s 2021 Neo QLED 8K and 4K models offer smart features that expand the role of the TV and help consumers meet their evolving needs.

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Samsung’s new range of Neo QLED 8K TVs will be available in two models – QN800A 75-inch and 65-inch and QN900A 85-inch.

Variants

The 2021 Neo QLED 4K TV line-up would also be available in two models – QN85A in 75-inch, 65-inch, and 55-inch and QN90A in 85-inch, 65-inch, 55-inch, and 50-inch.

Price

In India, the Samsung Neo QLED TV range comes with a starting price tag of INR 99,990. And it will be available at all Samsung retail stores, leading consumer electronics stores, and across online platforms, including Samsung’s official online store Samsung Shop.

Offers

Furthermore, the consumers who are pre-booking select Neo QLED TVs can avail offers such as complimentary Galaxy Tab S7+, Galaxy Tab S6 Lite LTE, cashback of up to INR 20,000, and EMIs starting as low as INR 1,990 from April 15-18, 2021 exclusively on Samsung’s official online store Samsung Shop.

It’s noteworthy that from April 19-30, 2021, the same pre-book offers will also be available on Flipkart, Amazon, and at all leading consumer electronics stores.

Warranty

Consumers will be offered a 2-year warranty on all panels and a 10-year no-screen burn-in warranty on Neo QLED 4K TVs.

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