Samsung Promo Offers Big Savings On 2017 QLED TV Models

August 2nd, 2017 · 1 Comment · 2160p, 4K Flat Panel, 4K LED LCD, Connected TVs, Curved Screen, HDMI, HDR, LCD Flat Panel, LED LCD Flat Panels, News, Second Screen, UHDTV

Fans of the wide color gamut and bright color volume produced by the latest quantum dot technology will want to take note that Samsung Electronics this month is running special promotional pricing on a number of its higher-tier QLED TV models.

It’s also offering a deal on a 4K UHD and HDR-ready LED-LCD TV model, sans quantum dots.

A Samsung spokesman confirmed that the company is now offering special promotional prices on select QLED models and one non-QLED HDR set. The deals began in late July and are scheduled to run through Aug. 12th (or until supplies last), in many cases, dealers told us.

Affected models include the 75-inch UN75MU9000 (non-quantum dot), QN75Q9F (flat screen) and QN75Q8C (curved screen); the 65-inch QN65Q8C and QN65Q9F QLED TVs; and the 55-inch QN55Q7F 4K UHD entry QLED TV.

Read more on Samsung’s on-going TV promotions, including links, after the jump:

Other promos are also surfacing at authorized Samsung retailers across the country, including Amazon, and cover: a 55-inch QN55Q7F QLED TV at $1,997 which reflects about an $800 savings

The. They also reduced prices of 65-inch and 75-inch QLED TV by $1,200 and $1,500 respectively to $2,797 and $4,497 respectively. This is about 30% reduction of price on average compared to their initial prices and it is cheaper than LG Electronics’ OLED TVs.

Samsung 4K Ultra HD LED-LCD TVs being promoted include the following:

Samsung Electronics QN65Q9 65-Inch 4K Ultra HD Smart QLED TV (2017 Model), on sale for $3,997.99, a savings of $2,002 off of list.

Key Features:

Samsung Electronics QN75Q8C Curved 75-Inch 4K Ultra HD Smart QLED TV (2017 Model), $4,997.99

Samsung Electronics QN65Q8C Curved 65-Inch 4K Ultra HD Smart QLED TV (2017 Model), $3,197.99.

Key features:

  • Super Bright 3840×2160 Panel
  • Quantum Dot Wide Color Technology
  • HDR10
  • Motion Rate 240 (120 Hz native refresh) for Reduced Motion Blur
  • Screen Mirroring Technology
  • Improved Tizen Smart Hub & Apps Interface And Built-In Wi-Fi
  • Full Web Browser
  • 4 x HDMI / 3 x USB
  • All Connectivity via One Connect Box

Samsung Electronics QN75Q7F 75-Inch 4K Ultra HD Smart QLED TV (2017 Model), on sale for $4,497.99

Samsung Electronics QN65Q7F 65-Inch 4K Ultra HD Smart QLED TV (2017 Model), on sale for $2,797.99

Samsung QN55Q7F – 55-Inch 4K Ultra HD Smart QLED TV (2017), on sale for $1,997.

Key features:

  • Bright 3840×2160 Panel
  • Quantum Dot Wide Color Technology
  • HDR10
  • Motion Rate 240 (120 Hz native refresh) for Reduced Motion Blur
  • Screen Mirroring Technology
  • Improved Tizen Smart Hub & Apps Interface And Built-In Wi-Fi
  • Full Web Browser
  • 4 x HDMI / 3 x USB
  • All Connectivity via One Connect Box

Samsung 74.5-Inch 4K Ultra HD Smart LED TV 2017 Model (UN75MU9000) with 1 Year Extended Warranty, on sale for $3,497.99.

Key features:

  • 3840×2160 Panel
  • 4K Color Drive Extreme
  • HDR10
  • Motion Rate 240 (120 Hz native refresh) for Reduced Motion Blur
  • Screen Mirroring Technology
  • Improved Tizen Smart Hub & Apps Interface And Built-In Wi-Fi
  • Full Web Browser
  • 4 x HDMI / 3 x USB
  • One Connect Box

 

By Greg Tarr

 

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One Comment so far ↓

  • Jim P

    Last years the quantum dots were marketed as SUHD1000
    This year model are label a meaningless ‘bright’ and ‘super bright’ while offering hardly any improvements.

    Along with the meaningless triple-black. Or removing full array local dimming.
    Both the Sony LCDs and LG OLED offer better PQ at prices similar to Samsung’s these sale prices.
    False value?

    Jim — The “Ultra Bright”, “Super Bright,” “Bright” references in the bullet point feature sets were added by us to show the difference in brightness output of each model series in the QLED grouping. The Q9’s are the brightest, with peak luminance well above the premium 1000 nit level. This ranges down a step for each series, with the Q7’s registering in at just under 1000 nits on average.

    The picture quality differences you mention are subjective and vary by the lighting conditions of the room in which the picture is being viewed and the personal preferences of the viewer. The QLEDs perform at the strongest level when viewing in a room with 75 lumens or more of ambient light. OLEDs do better in dark rooms.

    OLED TVs have very good black levels (the best of any tv technology), rich colors and a wide viewing angle, but they don’t achieve the brightness or color volume of the QLEDs. To each his own.

    The value here is in comparison to the prices these sets started out at. The savings are good. The promos on current LG B7A OLED models are also very good. It’s a great time to pick up a great TV. — GT

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