You know that Samsung offers several lines of TVs. Looking at how they are presented on the website, you can understand the division by screen type or appearance. I would divide the TVs as follows:
- OLED TV Samsung – TVs with OLED screens
- NeoQLED TV Samsung – TVs with screens made with quantum dot materials and other improvements such as mini backlighting.
- QLED TV Samsung – TVs with screens on quantum dots, but made with standard technology
- LED TV Samsung – inexpensive TV models with conventional screens
But you should know that Samsung ranks its TVs quite differently. Samsung divides televisions into groups of models and categorizes them into a specific class of devices, taking into account not only the screens but also the specifications and platforms on which the televisions are built.
Samsung 2023 TVs by series, class and ranking
You see, Samsung TVs, ranked by category, the assignment to one or another category is affected by the type of display and technical characteristics.
First class premium Samsung TVs
- MICRO LED Samsung MNA110MS1
Second class premium Samsung TVs
- OLED S95C
Third class premium Samsung TVs
- Lifestyle TV series
- QN80C- QN89C
- QN90C- QN100C
- Q80C- Q89C
- Q90C- Q99C
Fourth class premium Samsung TVs
Standard Class Samsung TVs
Basic Class Samsung TVs
- The Freestyle
Samsung 2023 Premium Series TVs
The premium series includes four categories of TVs; these are models of TVs that may differ in screen type, resolution, performance, and, of course, image quality. The higher the class of TV, the better. The picture quality and capabilities of TVs differ depending on the category.
The first level of premium Samsung TVs
This class includes Samsung micro TVs, which due to their price, have remained, alas, unclaimed. And it also includes TVs with screen resolution 8K 800 and 900 series.
The second level of Samsung premium TVs.
This level includes OLED televisions with 4K and 8K screen resolution of the 700 series. The 700-series TVs have a cheaper display. The TV supports a fixed frequency of 50-60 Hz. This means that the TV has a previous generation 8K resolution display.
The third tier of Samsung premium TVs.
This is the largest segment of TVs; this category has pretty good value for money. Good displays with 4K resolution. Also, this category of TVs features good iron, fast processors, and a lot of RAM, allowing you to get the most out of the operating system. The screens are a former development of Samsung, but since 2023 it is already TCL, as Samsung sold its factory to produce LED displays, which was located in China. The Lifestyle series’ unique design TVs also fell into the same category.
The fourth level of Samsung premium TVs
These are QLED TVs of the seventh series, with slightly worse displays and less memory. The picture quality is worse than the 8 and 9 series but better than standard LED TVs. The price of the TV is also slightly less.
Standard Samsung TVs.
The Q60 and its modifications belong to this segment. This TV has an entry-level QLED display and a cheap processor. These TVs have a slightly improved LED display. The price of such a TV is lower. It is already a budget segment.
Basic level Samsung TVs
This category includes TV projectors, as well as LED TVs. The main difference is the price, such TVs are the cheapest, but they are quite suitable for the not particularly demanding buyer. The low cost is achieved at the expense of cheap components, screens, and processors.
Samsung TV comparison chart 2023
|Model||Sizes||Backlight Type||Resolution||Refresh Rate||Panel bit|
|QN900C||65", 75", 85"||Mini LED||8k||48-144Hz||10 bit|
|QN800C||65", 75", 85"||Mini LED||8k||48-120Hz||10 bit|
|QN700C||55", 65", 75"||Mini LED||8k||50-60Hz||10 bit|
|S95C||55", 65", 77"||QD-OLED||4k||48-144Hz||10 bit|
|S90C||55", 65", 77"||QD-OLED||4k||48-144Hz||10 bit|
|QN95C||55", 65", 75"||Mini LED||4k||48-144Hz||10 bit|
|QN90C||50", 55", 65", 75", 85"||Mini LED||4k||48-144Hz||10 bit|
|QN85C||55", 65", 75", 85"||Mini LED||4k||48-120Hz||8 bit+ FRC|
|Q80C||50", 55", 65", 75", 85"||LED||4k||48-120Hz||8 bit+ FRC|
|Q70C||55", 65", 75", 85"||LED||4k||48-120Hz||8 bit+ FRC|
|Q60C||50", 55", 65", 75", 85"||LED||4k||50-60Hz||8 bit+ FRC|
|CU8000||43", 50", 55", 65", 75"||LED||4k||50-60Hz||8 bit+ FRC|
|CU7000||43", 50", 55", 58", 65", 70", 75"||LED||4k||50-60Hz||8 bit+ FRC|
The variety of Samsung 2023 TV models is relatively small, but it is enough to allow you to choose a TV model according to your preferences. Samsung does not make TVs with Full HD screen resolution. The range of LED TVs is also reduced to a minimum, the most numerous models of TVs in the Neo QLED and QLED line. The main difference is in the displays. The better the display, the more beautiful the image on your TV screen.