Samsung 2013 LED TVs in stores
Samsung's 2013 LED models in stores

26 Mar 2013 | Rasmus Larsen |

Samsung has released its new 2013 LED models in stores throughout USA and Europe. Prices have already fallen significantly from the suggested retail prices. For more information on prices and shipping see the links below.

Samsung's 2013 LED models in stores

Samsung’s 2013 LED models have started shipping out in USA and Europe. The F8000 is the new design flagship with all of Samsung’s Smart TV features, including a quad-core processor.

For prices and shipping details see below.

Samsung F8000
  • USA: Samsung F8000

    Samsung Smart TV 2013
    Samsung’s F8000 with the new 2013 Smart TV platform


    The F7500 is also starting to appear in shops. It offers many of the same features of the F8000. In Europe it is called F7000.

    Samsung F7500 / F7000
  • USA: Samsung F7500

    Samsung F7100
  • USA: Samsung F7100


    Samsung’s cheaper 6 and 5 series TVs are also becoming available in stores, and the prices are already much more attractive than we saw on Samsung’s official price lists.

    Samsung F6400
  • USA: Samsung F6400

    See our overview article for a full overview of Samsung’s 2013 TV line-up.



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