Samsung announced this Thursday (02) that will launch new screen sizes for the Neo QLED QN90A 4K TVs (TudoCelular review), The Frame and The Terrace, which make up the most advanced lines in the portfolio.
According to the South Korean, with more options for panel dimensions, more enthusiasts are expected to be attracted by the high-quality technology implemented in the televisions, allowing them to fit into the most diverse environments — from a bedroom to a balcony, such as suggests the very name of the resistant The Terrace.
Now the Neo QLED QN90A 4K will be available in 43, 50 and 98 inch options. Smaller sizes are mostly used in bedrooms and other smaller environments; the 98-inch giant can be installed in larger rooms, such as living rooms. With the novelty, the QN90A should intensify the competition against the LG C1 OLED (TudoCelular review).
The Frame, which makes up the line-up of the lifestyle TVs alongside other detachable models, it will surpass the 75-inch barrier imposed by itself and will now have an 85-inch version.
Last — and far from being least important — is The Terrace “Full Sun”. Designed to withstand the weather conditions to be installed outdoors, the TV will now have the more “affordable” 65-inch option, which will be available in the United States through the $10,000 suggested price, that is, R$51,717 in direct conversion.
With this, the QN90A will have seven sizes in total, as well as The Frame. The Terrace, in turn, will boast three models. Some of the news are already available for purchase at US retailers, while others should only arrive in the coming weeks.