Samsung 2023 TV Lineup Goes Big With Massive 85″ Neo QLED 8K & New 77″ OLED

Who says size doesn’t matter? This year, Samsung is going bigger and better with their 2023 TV lineup!


The lineup is headlined by the Korean tech brand’s new Neo QLED 8K TV, the QN900C. Designed to deliver premium experiences, the QN900C is bezel and border-free for an edge-to-edge 8K display. A standout model in the premium TV category, the QN900C offers upgraded sound with Dolby Atmos and Q-Symphony 3.0 so viewers can hear just as clearly as they can see.


If you fear there isn’t enough 8K content for you to watch, don’t worry! The QN900C is equipped with Auto HDR Remastering and 8K AI upscaling so whatever you’re watching on the screen will always be in 8K! The QN900C also comes in three various sizes and we warn you, they’re all massive! For S$19,999, viewers can take home the wowing 85-inch TV. The 75-inch retails for S$13,999 while the 65-inch goes for S$8,999.


If 8K is a bit of an overkill for you right now, then consider the QN90C, the newest addition to Ssmsung’s Neo QLED 4k series. This new TV is popular amongst gamers or for those looking for an immersive-table top screen as it supports 144 Hz refresh rate. Depending on the size chosen, the QN90C starts from S$1,999 for 43-inch all the way to S$7,299 for the 75-inch.


Aside from the QN900C Neo QLED 8K TV, the second star of the show goes to the S95C (read our review here). The S95C is part of the brand’s OLED 4K series and is an absolute beauty! For starters, the S95C is super slim and is the first HDR OLED tv to be Pantone-Validated. This means the colours on the S95C are true to life and boast true blacks for perfect contrast and colour expression.


The S95C also comes in a completely new dimension for the brand – 77-inch (S$11,499)! It is also available in 65-inch (S$5,799) and 55-inch (S$4,499).

Also new to this year’s lineup are the 75-inch Neo QLED 4K QN95B (S$8,074), 65-inch UHD 4K CU8000 (S$1,999) and 85-inch Crystal UHD 4K CU7000 (S$2,699).

Art lovers will naturally gravitate to Samsung’s oh-so-popular The Frame (S$5,081). This year, Samsung has improved The Frame with a matte display so you enjoy your favourite artwork and TV content with no glares and reflections.

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The Frame.

A TV is only as good as it sounds so this year, Samsung is introducing the new Q990C as part of its Flagship Q series soundbars. The Q990C features 11.1.4 channels of sound supporting Dolby Atmos. It is also the world’s first built-in wireless Samsung TV-soundbar Dolby Atmos Connection.


A feature most consumers love about Samsung’s TV and soundbar pairing is Q Symphony which means you’ll hear audio from both the TV and the Soundbar. Most excitingly, the Q990C is equipped with Sound Remastering which utilises AI to remaster the sound and produce only clear audio for voices and environmental sounds.


The Samsung 2023 TV lineup is available online on Samsung’s official website. Alternatively, you can check out and experience these products for yourself from 7 – 8 April at The Shoppes at Marina Bay Sands, Digital Light Canvas, #B2-50.