The Serif and Premium 8K QLED TV, by Samsung launches in India

Samsung on Tuesday started a brand new portfolio of 2024 lifestyle televisions, The Serif along with also the 2024 QLED 8K TV lineup, with superior attributes in India.

The Serif is going to likely be available on Amazon at particular cost from July 8 to July 17, the business said in an announcement.

As a part of our newest 2024 lifestyle TV line-up, we’re set to offer you a remarkably beautiful masterpiece at The Serif that can be intended to become more than only a television.

Samsung’s newest selection of high-end QLED 8K TVs will likely be expensive at Rs 4.99 lakh for its 65-inch edition, Rs 9.99 lakh for its 75-inch edition, Rs 14.29 lakh for its 82-inch variant and Rs 15.79 lakh for its 85-inch edition.

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“The 2024 QLED 8K TV array includes industry-leading image quality, breath-taking layout and smart capacities which are as easy as they are revolutionary,” explained Pullan.

On pre-booking that the QLED 8K TV involving July 1-10, customers can purchase 2 Galaxy S20 Plus tablets using all the ultra-premium TV. Consumers may also avail money from Rs 15,000 on QLED 8K TVs, stated the corporation.

The Serif in addition to QLED 4K TVs will include a 10-year no display burn-in guarantee, one-year comprehensive guarantee and one-piece additional guarantee on board.

As stated by the business, by discovering distracting noises and mechanically adjusting clarity and volume in actual time,” The Serif retains the focus on the meaningful voices and sounds together with all the Active Voice Amplifier (AVA) characteristic.

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Additionally, it empowers users to play music and videos, or share pictures by their iPhone, iPad along with Mac around the QLED display.

The Serif would additionally permit users to choose voice command one step farther with voice supporters such as Alexa and Bixby directly incorporated to the TV.

Samsung 8K QLED TVs homes 33 million pixels, four times the resolution of both 4K UHD TVs and 16 times before a complete HD TV, letting users to immerse themselves in the screen.

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