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Samsung 2014 prices
Prices for Samsung's 2014 FHD & UHD TVs


By Rasmus Larsen (@flatpanels)
19 Feb 2014

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Samsung’s new 2014 TVs will start shipping in April, and the suggested retail prices have been leaked by HDGuru. Samsung’s new Ultra HD TVs will start at $2500, and the 78-inch model can be yours for $8000.

Prices for Samsung 2014 TV

Prices for Samsung’s 2014 TVs have leaked and below you can find a full list of prices for the 6 series LED models and up, including the two new Ultra HD ranges. All prices are minimum prices that retailers can offer at launch.

Samsung U9000


Full HD TVs
  • 32” un32H6350 - $649.99
  • 40” UN40H6350 - $799.99
  • 48” UN48H6350 - $999.99
  • 50” UN50H6350 - $1199.99
  • 55” UN55H6350 - $1399.99
  • 60” UN60H6350 - $1699.99
  • 65” UN65H6350 - $2199.99
  • 75” UN75H6350 - $3299.99

  • 48” UN48H6400 - $1199.99
  • 50” UN50H6400 - $1399.99
  • 55” UN55H6400 - $1599.99
  • 60” UN60F6400 - $1899.99
  • 65” UN65H6400 - $2399.99

  • 55” UN55H7150 - $1899.99
  • 60” UN60H7150 - $2199.99
  • 65” UN65H7150 - $2699.99
  • 75” UN75H7150 - $3999.99

  • 48” UN48H8000 - $1999.99
  • 55” UN55H8000 - $2499.99
  • 65” UN65H8000 - $3399.99

    Ultra HD TVs
  • 50” UN50H8550 - $2499.99
  • 55” UN55H8550 - $2999.99
  • 60” UN60H8550 - $3499.99
  • 65” UN65H8550 - $3999.99
  • 75” UN75H8550 - $5999.99

  • 55” UN55H9000 - $3999.99
  • 65” UN65H9000 - $4999.99
  • 78” UN78H9000 - $7999.99

    Learn more about Samsung’s 2014 TVs here. We will publish a full overview of the new 2014 line-up soon.

    - Source: HDGuru



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