Samsung has launched The Serif, a premium 8K QLED TV in India

8K QLED TV in India. Samsung on Tuesday launched the 2020 Lifestyle Television, The Serif and hence a replacement portfolio of 2020 QLED 8K TV line with premium features in India.

The Serif will be available in three sizes – 43-inch, 49-inch and 55-inch – priced at Rs 83,900, Rs 1,16,900 and Rs 1,48,900 respectively.

Serif will be available at a special price on Amazon from July 8 to July 17, the corporate said in a statement.

As part of our new 2020 lifestyle TV line-up, we’re set to deliver a stunningly beautiful masterpiece within Serif, which is simply meant to be a television. It is an expert addition to any Lebensraum planning. Delighted, said Raju Pullan, Senior Vice Chairman, Consumer Electronics Business, Samsung India.

Samsung’s new range of high-end QLED 8K TVs are priced at Rs 4.99 lakh for the 65-inch version, Rs 9.99 lakh for the 75-inch version, Rs 14.29 lakh for the 82-inch version and Rs 15.79 lakh. 85-inch version.

Pullan said the 2020 QLED 8K TV range comes with industry-leading picture quality, elegant design and smart capabilities that are as useful as they are innovative.

On pre-booking the QLED 8K TV between July 1-10, users will get two Galaxy S20 Plus smartphones along with the ultra-premium TV. Users can also avail Rs 15,000 cashback on QLED 8K TVs, the company said.

The QLED 4K TV will come with a 10-year no screen burn-in warranty on the Serif panel, a one-year comprehensive warranty and a one-year extended warranty.

By detecting distracting sounds and automatically adjusting volume and clarity in real time, Serif focuses on meaningful sounds and sounds with the Active Amplifier (AVA) feature, according to the corporate.

This enables users to play videos and music on the QLED screen, or share photos from their iPhone, iPad and Mac.

Serif will allow users to take voice control a step further with voice assistants like Alexa and Bixby.

The Samsung 8K QLED TV has 33 million pixels, four times that of a 4K UHD TV and 16 times that of a Full HD TV, allowing users to immerse themselves in the display.