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Samsung Announces Enhancements to TV Line

At its Unbox & Discover Event, Samsung reveals latest on MICRO LED, QLED, and its soundbars.

Samsung Electronics Co., Ltd. showcased its 2021 lineup of MICRO LED, Samsung Neo QLED, lifestyle TVs, monitors, and soundbars at its virtual Unbox & Discover event.


In 2018, Samsung introduced MICRO LED in the form of “The Wall” — a configurable system of modules that can reach 292 inches for an experience like no other. With its inherent flexibility, “The Wall” requires professional installation in the home or office.

In 2021, Samsung brings the power of MICRO LED tech in the form factor of a traditional TV experience. Now, consumers can take home the cinematic experience in a beautiful edge-to-edge screen design, with no need for professional assembly and installation. MICRO LED is available in 110- and 99-inch sizes globally beginning at the end of March; an 88-inch size launches this fall; and a 76-inch model is on the future roadmap.

MICRO LED can become four screens in one. With 4Vue (Quad View), consumers can watch up to four sources of content simultaneously.


Samsung is the Official TV Partner of Xbox Series X in the United States and Canada. With Xbox and Samsung renewing their multi-year agreement this year, the two companies will continue working together to offer an unbeatable gaming experience. Samsung Neo QLED and QLED offer capabilities that make them a good companion to next-gen gaming with Xbox Series X. Samsung Neo QLED and QLED let you see precise detail with 4K clarity, a smooth 120 frames per second, and a low 5.8ms response time.

Samsung has also partnered with AMD to develop the first TV with Freesync Premium Pro support for both PC and console games. Additionally, Samsung’s new Game Bar helps players quickly monitor critical aspects of play. Use it to access Samsung’s Super Ultrawide Gameview, which brings ultra-wide aspect ratios — traditionally only available on gaming monitors — to the TV.

For those with a passion for fitness, Samsung Neo QLED brings athletic training and healthy living to the home. Samsung Health, a fitness and mindfulness platform launched in the spring of 2020. In 2021, Samsung Health adds the benefit of a Smart Trainer. With an optional camera sold separately, the Smart Trainer utilizes AI to analyze your posture and provide real-time feedback to improve your form as you follow instructional videos.

In 2021, Samsung Neo QLED’s 8K models (QN800A and QN900A) will be available in 65-, 75-, and 85-inch sizes, while the 4K models (QN90A and QN85A) will reflect an even wider selection, starting at 50 inches.


The 2021 Q Series lineup includes exclusive Q-Symphony tech, syncing audio from the Samsung TV to deliver 3-dimensional sound. The soundbar measures its environment to project audio precisely where it needs to be.

According to Samsung, the Q950A boasts the industry’s first 11.1.4 channel sound. Its new Bass Boost feature allows users to add “more boom” with a simple click. For those who play music from their mobile devices, Tap Sound makes it as simple as tapping a device to the soundbar. And the Q950A works with multiple voice assistants, including Amazon Alexa and Bixby—making it easy to take full control of the listening experience.

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