Samsung’s 2014 4K/UHDTV and High-End HDTV Prices Leaked

February 18th, 2014 · 10 Comments · 3D HDTV, 4K LED LCD, Curved Screen, News

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We’ve just received our first pricing information for Samsung’s new 4K/UHDTVs and high-end HDTVs. These are Samsung’s standout models, with the 8000 Series HDTVs and 9000 UHDTVs featuring curved screens and the most extensive feature set to be found throughout the company’s 2014 TV lineup.

Samsung’s 2014 offerings include new flat UHDTV screen sizes (50-, 60- and 75-inch), along with new screen sizes for curved HD (48-inch) and UHD (78-inch) models.

Our list contains the suggested retail price (where available) as well as Samsung’s UPP (Unilateral Pricing Policy) price for the new sets. The UPP is the minimum price that all authorized Samsung dealers can sell the company’s TVs for.

Typically, when a new model first comes out, the UPP is the lowest price you’ll be able to find for it, though you can expect Samsung to run factory-authorized sales via instant rebates to stimulate sales volume for specific models later in the year.

All series are expected to ship in April. According to our sources, a few set prices could change by the time they arrive at dealers.

The list starts after the break.

H7150 Series HDTVs

UN55H7150 (55-inch); Retail $2399.99,   UPP: $1899.99

UN60H7150 (60-inch); Retail: $2799.99, UPP: $2199.99

UN65H7150 (65-inch); Retail: $TBA,       UPP: $2699.99

UN75H7150 (75-inch); Retail: $TBA,       UPP: $3999.99

Features:

LED LCD / Full HD 1080p (1920×1080) Resolution / 240 Hz Refresh / Wide Color Enhancer Plus / Quad Core Processor / Smart Hub / Full Web Browser / S Recommendation / AllShare / Screen Mirroring / Connectshare Movie / USB Connection / Wi-Fi Built-In / DTS Premium Sound, 5.1 Decoding with DTS Studio Sound Processing / ECO Sensor / 3D

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H8000 Series HDTVs

UN48H8000 (48-inch); Retail: $2499.99, UPP: $1999.99

UN55H8000 (55-inch); Retail: $TBA,      UPP: $2499.99

UN65H8000 (65-inch); Retail: $TBA,      UPP: $3399.99

Features:

Curved Screen / LED LCD / Full HD 1080p (1920×1080) Resolution / 240 Hz Refresh / Micro Dimming / Wide Color Enhancer Plus / Quad Core Processor / Smart Hub / Full Web Browser / S Recommendation / Voice Control / Skype Ready / AllShare / Screen Mirroring / Connectshare Movie / Wi-Fi Built-In / DTS Premium Sound, 5.1 Decoding with DTS Studio Sound Processing / 3D Sound Plus / ECO Sensor / 3D / Future upgradeable with Evolution Kit

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HU8550 Series UHDTVs

UN50H8550 (50-inch); Retail: $TBA,      UPP: $2499.99

UN55H8550 (55-inch); Retail: $TBA,      UPP: $2999.99

UN60H8550 (60-inch); Retail: $TBA,      UPP: $3499.99

UN65H8550 (65-inch); Retail: $TBA,      UPP: $3999.99

UN75H8550 (75-inch); Retail: $TBA,      UPP: $5999.99

Features:

Flat Screen / LED LCD / Ultra HD 2160p (3840×2160) Resolution / 120 Hz Refresh / Micro Dimming / Wide Color Enhancer Plus / Quad Core Processor / Smart Hub / Full Web Browser / S Recommendation / Voice Control / Skype Ready / AllShare / Screen Mirroring / Connectshare Movie / Wi-Fi Built-In / DTS Premium Sound, 5.1 Decoding with DTS Studio Sound Processing / 3D Sound Plus / ECO Sensor / Active 3D / OneConnect Box

HU9000 Series UHDTVs

UN55H9000 (55-inch); Retail: $TBA,      UPP: $3999.99

UN65H9000 (65-inch); Retail: $TBA,      UPP: $4999.99

UN78H9000 (78-inch); Retail: $TBA,      UPP: $7999.99

Features:

Curved Screen / LED LCD / Ultra HD 2160p (3840×2160) Resolution / 120 Hz Refresh / Micro Dimming / Wide Color Enhancer Plus / Quad Core Processor / Smart Hub / Full Web Browser / S Recommendation / Voice Control / Skype Ready / AllShare / Screen Mirroring / Connectshare Movie / Wi-Fi Built-In / DTS Premium Sound, 5.1 Decoding with DTS Studio Sound Processing / 3D Sound Plus / ECO Sensor / Active 3D / HD Skype Camera / OneConnect box

 

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10 Comments so far ↓

  • Wise*ss

    Hey Sam K,

    It is rumored that the “G” was skipped to say fongoule to LG

  • Jbug

    Never mind, I meant the Evolution kit that can be updated not the One Connect box.

  • Jbug

    If I’m reading this right, the 8550 gets a free One Connect box? If so, how does that work? Do you get one of the future boxes for free?

  • sam c

    They reserved “G” for Google. They have some plan for making Google model later on.

  • Paul

    @Sam K : other Korean manufacturer LG uses ‘G’ as a symbol mark on their premium products. because of rivalry.. as I guess

  • ANEW

    UN65H8550 yeah baby..when it hits i’m getting it.

  • John Nemesh

    Vizio and Seiki are welcome to the low end of the market. If you saw one and compared it to the Samsung, you wouldnt touch it with a 10 ft pole. Also, no in home service for Vizio..it breaks, you box it up in the original box (you DID remember to save the box, right?) and MAIL it back, wait for repair, and then they mail it back to you…you also get to pay for shipping BOTH WAYS.

    There is an old saying “You get what you pay for”. It applies here.

  • Raoh

    If the H7150 Series were also Ultra HD then I think those prices would have made a lot more sense!

    Since they aren’t I believe US and other Korean manufactures will eat them alive!

    Seki is releasing a pro model series with HDMI 2.0 and smart features built in with a 55″ going for $1,299 and Vizio will release there P series starting at $1000!

    Vizio had the best looking Ultra HDTVs at CES and the fact that there releasing a 70″ ultra HD TV cheaper then most 55″ models from other manufactures means Samsung can expect low margins by this year!

    Seiki is also releasing a 85″ 4k TV for the same amount as Samsung’s 78″ Curved Ultra HD TV!

  • shedrick Johnson

    Those prices are to high for edge lit 4k tv. I’ll just wait for oled 4k tv.

  • Sam K

    I guess there’s still no info about the 2014 Samsung Plasma. I’m also wondering why last year’s model lines had “F” in the model line such as “F8000″, “F8500″, “F9000″ etc but this year’s models have the letter “H” in the model line instead of “G”. The 2011 model lines had “D”, the 2012 model lines had “E”, the 2013 models had “F” but the 2014 models have “H”. Does “G” translate into something bad in Korean?

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