Samsung will now give you a 65-inch 4K TV for free, but Amazon's offer is even better

Samsung S95D OLED TV at CES

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Earlier this week, Samsung released the official prices of its 2024 TVs, opening the way for hobbyists and long-awaited upgraders to put their money where their mouths are for the latest home displays. Like LG and TCL, AI is at the heart of Samsung TVs this year. S95D OLED model For growing popularity Frame TV For the humble 4K QLED Most people end up buying. Oh, and Samsung will toss in a 65-inch 4K TV — the TU690T model — starting in 2022. Any of its televisions You order in advance and it's sweet.

It's Amazon Big Spring Sale Samsung's free TV offer this weekend applies to both And $100 off each model, making it a target for Prime members to upgrade to the latest QLED, OLED, 8K and lifestyle sets.

Undoubtedly, the showstopper of Samsung's 2024 TV lineup S95D OLED, which ZDNET's Jason Hiner and I first covered at CES in January. The previous model, the S95C OLED, was fantastic when we already tested it, and the new model improves things with an anti-glare display that solves one of the biggest problems with today's OLED panels: neutralizing distracting reflections of ambient light. High contrast and, somehow, strong color intensity.

It is also cheaper S90D model It loses the anti-glare treatment, but gets an improved AI processor to improve depth, increase the refresh rate to 144Hz, and improve 4K upscaling. Compared to LG's new C4 OLED, which is available in 42- and 48-inches, I'll note that the S90D doesn't come smaller than 55 inches.

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Big upgrade this year Frame TV Ability to reduce refresh rate to 60Hz for reduced power consumption. As for the more expensive but more accessible 8K models (QN800D And QN900D), Samsung hopes its new AI enhancements and motion-enhancing features will be enough to entice potential buyers, if the bonus 65-inch TV doesn't do the trick.

Finally, let's talk about “free TV”. It's the TU690T model, released in 2022, with a passable Crystal UHD 4K processor (for upscaling) and two HDMI ports. The precision display technology, called “Direct Light LED,” isn't as local dimming as the best mini LED sets we've tested at ZDNET, but should be bright enough in most lighting conditions, according to Amazon buyers.

Ultimately, a 65-inch TV, which normally sells for $449, shouldn't be the main reason you buy one. 2024 models from Samsung. If you're already considering getting a frame TV, OLED or 8K QLED, it's not a bad idea to have an extra set for the basement, guest room or backup. Amazon will deduct an additional $100 if you're a Prime member.

Amazon's 2024 Spring Sale runs from March 20 to 25 on the retailer's website.

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