Samsung is continuing to unveil its new products for this year at the CES 2024 and has now presented what is going to be its new line of televisions. The Korean brand has announced the first details of its new OLED series, the Neo QLED series, the Lifestyle series and the Micro LED series.
Among the items that the brand highlighted the most is its new NQ8 IA Gen3 processor. Samsung claims that this processor is much more powerful than the previous ones and that it will offer a better scaling as well as improved sharpness and detail.
If you want to know all the details of the new Samsung TV lineup for 2024, read on.
What’s new in the 2024 models?
Before we look at the features of each model, let’s take a quick look at the main new features of the new Samsung TVs.
8K Neural Processor with twice the power
The flagship Neo QLED 8K QN900D now comes with a more powerful processor called NQ8 IA Gen3. It is like the brain of the TV and has increased its speed with the help of more neural networks. If last year we were dealing with a total of 64 neural networks, now it has gone to 512.
Thanks to this, the company claims that sharpness has been significantly improved and it now scales better with low-resolution sources.
Another new feature called “AI Motion Enhancer Pro” has also been introduced. This feature helps fix problems that can occur when watching sports on TV. For example, when watching soccer, it is common for the ball to look blurry when it is moving. With this feature, the TV knows what sport you are watching and adjusts the picture to make it look as good as possible.
Another interesting feature is the Real Depth Enhancer Pro. What it does is increase the depth of images using artificial intelligence to focus on the most important parts of the scene and make them look deeper.
New anti-reflective filter on the OLED S95D range
Another new feature is that the OLED S95D series includes a new filter that reduces the appearance of reflections when viewed in a brightly lit environment. Last year’s models already had a filter for this, but now it seems that the brand has improved it to reduce reflections even more.
More OLED sizes
Finally, this year you’ll be able to buy a 48-inch OLED TV from Samsung. The S90D and S85D series will be available in this size, but also in the 83″ size. Already at the end of last year the 83S90C was launched, which mounted LG’s WOLED panel, but this year we still do not know if LG panels will continue to be used in this diagonal or if they will switch to a QD OLED panel manufactured by Samsung Display.
On the other hand, there has been confirmation that there will also be a new 42-inch size for the S90D, at least for the US and UK.
Samsung is going to make a clear bet on OLED and the proof is that there will be a total of three series, plus more sizes as we have seen.
This is the top of the line model and replaces the previous S95C. One of the big improvements is that it will have 20% more brightness than the previous model and there is talk that it could reach peaks of up to 3000 nits. It has the new anti-reflection filter and the One Connect connection box, which allows it to have an ultra-slim design.
It has the Neural 4K processor for improved image processing and supports a refresh rate of up to 144 Hz. This, combined with the new Gaming Hub controller certification program, makes it the perfect TV for gamers.
Below that is the S90D series, which no longer has the new anti-reflective filter or the One Connect box. This model is available in a wide range of sizes, from 48 to 83 inches (and 42″ if confirmed).
The third series introduced is the S85D. This is a more basic model with a more affordable price, but no features have been announced yet. It is expected to be like the S90D, but with some trimming in terms of sound and perhaps an image processor.
Neo QLED range
Not many details have been announced about the Neo QLED series. The QN900D and QN800D series in the 8K range and the QN90D and QN85D series have been confirmed.
Lifestyle range of TVs and projectors
Samsung has also updated its line of lifestyle TVs The Frame, The Serif and The Terrace.
For now, what we do know is that The Frame series includes some new features. The Frame now has an art streaming feature that displays a monthly selection of hand-picked artwork. In addition, the new generation can help save up to 10% power with the variable refresh rate setting in Art mode.
For now, this is what we know about Samsung new TV lineup for 2024. We will learn more details as the CES, now underway in Las Vegas, progresses.