Samsung's 2023 QD-OLED and Neo QLED TV prices revealed

Mike Wheatley

Samsung Electronics has finally confirmed the prices of most of its 2023 TV models, and has also announced a pre-sale window that throws in some additional goodies for those who’re willing to pre-order and wait a few weeks.


The news comes via Samsung’s Korean language newsroom, with the prices given in Korean won. However, several media outlets have since confirmed European and American prices for Samsung’s QD-OLED and Neo QLED TVs, which are expected to ship in either March or April.

First up is the QD-OLED range, which consists of the updated Samsung S95C model and its new sister the S90C. According to various reports, the S95C will be available in 55-, 65- and 77-inch sizes, with prices of €2,499 (£2,199), €3,299 (£2,899), and €4,799 (£4,199), respectively. That’s just a tad lower than last year’s prices, so it looks like buyers may be getting a good deal considering the increased brightness on this year’s Samsung Display panels.

As for the new S90C, which forgoes the One Connect box and has a slightly less powerful sound system, it will be available in the same size options, priced at €1,999 (£1,799), €2,799 (£2,499), and €3,999 (£3,499) respectively. The 55-inch and 65-inch models are expected to launch in March, with the 77-inch version to follow one month later.

Moving on to Samsung’s 8K Neo QLED TVs, the flagship QN900C appears to be a little more expensive than last year’s equivalent mode, with the 65- and 75-inch versions costing a couple of hundred extra euros €5,999 (£5,299) and €7,999 (£6,999) respectively. The larger 85-inch model will go for €10,999 (£9,699), similar to last year. There’s also a QN800C model to look forward too, which delivers 8K resolution in the same sizes. Its European prices were confirmed at €3,999 (£3,499), €5,499 (£4,899), and €7,999 (£6,999) respectively, meaning that the smaller two sizes are cheaper than last year’s variants. As for the QN700C, that looks to be even cheaper with the 55-incher going for $2,499 (£1,999) and the 65-inch model costing €3,299 (£2,899).

If a 4K Neo QLED is more your thing, the flagship model in this category is the Samsung QN95C, which is available in a choice of 55-, 65-,75- and 85-inches, priced at at €2,799 (£2,499), €3,499 (£3,099), €4,999 (£4,399) and €6,399 (£5,599) accordingly. The step down model is the QN90C, with 43-inch and 50-inch models that cost €1,299 (£1,149) and €1,499 (£1,299) each, and 55-inch and 65-inch versions costing €2,299 (£1,999) and €2,999 (£2,649). There’s also a 75-inch variant that’s priced at €4,199 (£3,699), and a 85-inch model that will cost €5,499 (£4,849). Last but not least is the QN85C, which is available in the same sizes as the QN95C and is priced at €1,799 (£1,599), €2,299 (£1,999), €3,399 (£2,999), and €4,499 (£3,999) respectively.

Samsung’s Korean entity has already announced the opening of a pre-sale window that runs from Feb. 21 to March 8, and there are some incentives for those who buy early. This includes a “Freestyle” package that bundles a JBL gaming headset or portable battery and carrier. Traditionally, Samsung always follows suit with similar deals in the U.K., U.S. and in Europe, though it sometimes offers different giveaways.