According to source, Samsung’s range of high-end TVs from 2022 will include 8K MiniLED and 4K OLED TVs. These premium products are driven by some immersive technologies developed by Korean Tech Powerhouse. It will carry the highest in the 8K MiniLED TV lineup and the Neo QLED TV brand.
Samsung’s micro LED TVs are at the top of the spectrum, but the company produces very few units to meet the needs of the market’s leading consumers. Although this is a economic decision, they have not yet been constructed in numbers that scale to other segments.
The 8K Neo QLED TVs are at the top, followed by 4K LED TVs. The display technology of the Neo QLED is to be provided by Samsung Display, although Samsung is limiting the LEDs manufactured by LG Display to 4K, but it is believed that the LED technology will be able to deliver 8K resolution.
The Neo QLED 4K is part of the 2022 TVs. Samsung expects to sell 3 million units of 8K QLED and up to 2 million units of 4K models. Samsung is currently in talks with LG Display to stock 2 million units of W-OLED 4K panels for sales purposes.
Cheap LED TVs are expected to be in higher demand than QLED, however it remains to be seen what marketing strategy exists to raise the company’s expectations.
Samsung is developing the ability to manufacture OLED panels from its display division, the Samsung Display. To this end, the Samsung-LG collaboration will end in 2024 when Samsung begins production of these panels.