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Samsung's F9000 4K TVs will launch in August

11 Jul 2013 | Rasmus Larsen |

Samsung is bringing smaller and more affordable 4K TVs to the market with the new 65 and 55-inch F9000 models. The 4K TVs will ship in USA in early August for $5,499 and $7,499, respectively.

Samsung's smaller F9000 4K TVs unveiled

Samsung launched its first 4K / Ultra HD TV with its exclusive 85” easel TV and we already knew that Samsung had smaller 4K TVs coming.

Samsung F9000
Samsung’s F9000 is a TV range of more affordable 4K TVs


Samsung has now officially announced the two 55 and 65” 4K TVs with four times more pixels than conventional Full HD TVs. The TVs are members of the new F9000 series that largely resembles the F8000 on design. F9000 also has all of Samsung’s Smart TV and media features built-in, including gesture control and voice recognition. Samsung allows users to upgrade the Smart TV platform with a new Evolution Kit each year.

Samsung F9000
Samsung’s F9000 is a TV range of more affordable 4K TVs


The TVs can upscale DVDs and Blu-rays with the built-in Quadmatic picture engine, originally developed for the 85” model. A more powerful speaker system has also been integrated. It is a 70-watt 2.2 stereo system with two subwoofers.

Samsung’s 55” UN55F9000 and 65” UN65F9000 will be available for pre-order in USA on July 21st and will ship out in August. Prices are $5,499 and $7,499, respectively.

No words on a European launch date but we suspect that Samsung’s F9000 4K series will launch during the IFA 2013 show in Berlin this September.



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