How does 2019 look on Samsung TV? The Korean manufacturer, as always, shoots on all cylinders.
We see Samsung driving new modular panel technology, driving the limits of 8K resolution and expanding the scope of its built-in Bixby AI, without forgetting to offer some of the best intermediate TVs out there.  For now, however, it is a bit like concrete product names or release dates for 2019 – with one or two exceptions. At CES 2019 Tech Expo we saw a new 75-inch MicroLED TV called "The Window", as well as a 98-inch version of its existing Q900R 8K QLED TV.
Samsung runs its series of televisions such as The Window, The Wall and The Frame, and we are likely to see upgrades and enhancements to existing models over the coming year.
We also expect upgrades to last year's range of advanced QLED TVs (quantum dot LEDs), which included Q9F, Q8F, Q7C, Q7F and entry level Q6F, which we have listed for you below. There will probably be more of Samsung's UHD models ̵
With so many models to take in, we thought it would be beneficial to see the full range, from high-end QLED to input-level TV, all on one page. Most are sets released in 2018, but we are updating this page because their new variations are being announced.
It is worth noting that many of the following specifications may change as we approach the retail of these screens, but for the most part, the specifications you see here should be the components that make it in the end product.
Samsung 2019 TV technology
Most technological advances we see in 2019 will be iterative, rather than anything new from Samsung.
Samsung is advancing with MicroLED panels, which contain millions of microscopic blue, red and green LEDs for an incredible level of color and light control. On the large end, the new 219 inch model of Samsung's Wall, and on the smaller, yet large end, 75-inch Window – made possible by smaller, more compact clusters of LEDS – both look forward to a flexible future there You can customize your TV format for any size or aspect ratio you want.
The virtual assistant Bixby will be one of the few common features on Samsung's MicroLED, QLED and Ultra HD lineups – various Samsung smart devices, phones and speakers.
An "enhanced AI algorithm" will make your Samsung TV better recommend and display relevant TV content and apps, with enhanced use of Bixby voice controls through your Samsung remote – and compatibility with Amazon Alexa and Google Assistant smart home devices. Not to mention some smart dial-up features to connect to other devices through your TV.
The addition of Bixby will also allow the TVs to be compatible with Samsung's SmartThing's smart home platform. Together, Bixby and SmartThings allow you to control your home from the comfort of your sofa, giving you voice control over everything from smart lights to your Samsung SmartThings enabled refrigerator. It may not be as good for those who are not ready to buy smart home tech yet, but it is a nice addition to those who already have.
On the software side, Samsung sets will get AirPlay 2 support for streaming iTunes content from Apple devices. 2019 will also be the first time Apple has offered a dedicated iTunes app for movies and TV shows for a non-Apple manufacturer. Currently, it is only on Samsung TV.
Of course, the star of the Samsung 2019 show is still the QLED TV screen – essentially a variation on traditional Quantum Dot LED LCD panels that have a peak brightness between 1500 and 2000 nits. For a reference point, it is about twice as bright as the competition from 2017 and four to five times as bright as HD / SDR TV you usually watch.
We are likely to see a wider expansion of Samsung's surrounding location. When the TV is turned off, the Ambient Mode helps the TV to imitate the color and pattern of the wall on which the TV is displayed so that it blends smoothly into the home decor.
It can also play music and show information about news, weather and traffic as well. While initially limited to QLED TV, we hope that the situation will drop to more affordable units.
Many advanced Samsung devices also feature the OneConnect box, which lays out all your HDMI inputs and
Samsung Designer Series
Wallen (available at 143, 219 inches): Almost to big to be true? Wallen may not fit most living room walls, but it is proof of Samsung's desire to impress – with millions of microscopic LEDs for a large level of color contrast and brightness across each pixel. Made from a modular series of panels, the size is technically variable, but Samsung still sells it in general size configurations as a starting point.
The first 143-inch model was released since 2018, but we now know a whopping 219-inch version is coming this year.
The window (only available on 75-inch): A smaller but still objectively large variation on The Wall TV above. It is still modular, which means that you can vary the size slightly during installation – and we expect it to be a bit in 2019.
The frame The frame  US model number: UN43LS003AFXZA, UN55LS003AFXZA, UN65LS003AFXZA  UK model number: UE43LS003AUXXU, UE55LS003AUXXU, UE55LS003AUXXU, UE55LS003AUXXU, UE65LS003AUXXU, UE65LS003AUXXU
Samsung's classic TV got an upgrade last year and we has heard that a version of The Frame with a QLED panel is on its way – which feels necessary, considering that the image quality was the only one that made this smooth metal search down. Samsung QLED 2018 models
Samsung Q900R QLED TV (available in 65, 75, 85, 98 inches): Incredibly, Samsung's monstrous 85-inch 8K TV is still a QLED TV. It's the top of the list for many reasons – size and resolution are the most obvious two – but also its ability to use artificial intelligence upscale SD content to 8K HDR.
The sizes 65, 75 and 85 inches will put you back a beautiful penny – check our review link below for more pricing information – and the price tag will only be higher for the incoming 98-inch model …
Samsung Q9FN QLED TV (available in 65, 75 and 88 inch)
US Model Number: QN65Q9FNAFXZA, QN75Q9FNAFXZA, QN75Q9FNAFXZA
] UK model number: QE55Q9FNATXXU, QE65Q9FNATXXU, QE75Q9FNATXXU
The first reasonably priced TV in Samsung's QLED series is Q9FN. This year, you can expect Ambient Mode and better black levels alongside the screen's glaring brightness. Also in the past year, the transition from an edge lighting to a Direct Full Array panel – which we assume – will offer the improved contrast ratio of Samsung touting.
Samsung Q8FN QLED TV (available in 55, 65 and 75 inch)
American model numbers: QN55Q8FNBFXZA, QN65Q8FNBFXZA , QN75Q8FNBFXZA
UK model number: No model number announced than
Moving down the line a bit is Samsung's Q8FN QLED TV. Like the Q9FN, you see a switch from last year's edge light design to a Direct Full Array panel, Ambient Mode and the Bixby add-on. The Q8FN only uses about one tenth of the backlighting dimension zones as its Q9FN siblings – which it cannot compare to – but still sees a treatment.
Samsung Q7CN QLED TV  US Model Number: QN65Q7CNAFXZA, QN55Q7CNAFXZA
UK Model Number: No models have been announced yet
Q7C is, well, Samsung's Q7 QLED in a fragmented bent shape factor.
Samsung Q7FN QLED TV (available in 55, 65 and 75 inch)
] US Model Number: QN55Q7FNAFXZA , QN65Q7FNAFXZA, QN75Q7FNAFXZA
UK Model Number: QE55Q7FNATXXU, QE65Q7FNATXXU, QE75Q7FNATXXU
The Samsung Q7F was the golden ticket for the 2017 QLED series. Offering one of the best pricing conditions across the range, it was the Q7F who roped droves by AV enthusiasts to buy a QLED TV. 2018 Q7FN was then added to Ambient Mode and the addition of Bixby.
Samsung Q6FN QLED TV (available in 65, 75 and 82 inch)
] US Model Number: QN65Q6FNAFXZA , QN75Q6FNAFXZA, QN82Q6FNAFXZA
UK Model Number: No models have been announced yet
Posted in QLED series, Samsung Q6FN QLED TV. It was a special edition that Samsung added during the holiday last year, and now it seems that the TV has claimed a permanent place in the line-up. We know that the Q6F is a little less bright than the rest of its Quantum Dot-equipped brothers, but if you are looking for some of the same spectacular colors at a spectacular price, the Q6FN seems to be the best place to get it.
Samsung 2018 Premium UHD models
Samsung NU8500 (Available in 65 and 55-inch)
UN55NU8500FXZA UN55NU8500FXZA  UK model number: UE55NU8500TXXU, UE65NU8500TXXU
A consequence of last year's MU8500, the Samsung NU8500 Curved Smart TV is almost identical to the NU8000 but has a curved display instead of a flat. The NU8500 uses an edge LED LCD screen and a four-core processor. Expect both HDR10 and HDR10 + support in addition to Bixby and Samsung's Smart TV platform. Samsung NU8000 (available in 82, 75, 65, 55 and 49 inches). This is Samsung's premier curved television that does not have QLED moniker.
)  US model number: UN49NU8000FXZA, UN55NU8000FXZA, UN65NU8000FXZA, UN75NU8000FXZA, UN82NU8000FXZA
UK model number: UE49NU8000TXXU, UE55NU8000TXXU, UE65NU8000TXXU, UE75NU8000TXXU , UE82NU8000TXXU  Under the NU8500 is the flat Samsung NU8000. Available in some additional sizes you will find the same edge-lit LED LCD panel and quad core processor as the NU8500, not to mention support for HDR10 and HDR10 + formats. If you can accept a plain flat panel TV instead of a curved, you can save about $ 100 by choosing an equally sized NU8000 model.
Samsung 2018 UHD TV models
Samsung NU7300 (Available in 55-inch curved or 65-inch flat)
American model number: UN55NU7300FXZA, UN65NU7300FXZA
UK model number: UE49NU7300KXXU, UE55NU7300KXXU
When we go down again we now come to the NU7300. This screen has Samsung's PurColor imaging technology, making one of the last TV series in the series have Wide Color Gamut, but restoring its effective refresh rate to 60Hz (what Samsung calls Motion Rate 120).
Samsung NU7100 (available in 75, 65, 55, 50 inch)
American model numbers: UN50NU7100FXZA, UN55NU7100FXZA, UN65NU7100FXZA, UN75NU7100FXZA
UK model number: UE49NU7100KXXU, UE55NU7100KXXU, UE65NU7100KXXU, UE75NU7100KXXU
The last entry in the series 2018 is Samsung's NU7100. Like 7300, you will find PurColor and the edge-lit panel powered by a four-core processor. What do you lose? Bixby. The good news is that you get your choice of screen sizes – the NU7100 comes in 50, 55, 65 and 75 inch variations.
Samsung FHD 2018 models
Samsung J5000 (available in 43, 48, 49 and 50 inches)
US Model Number: UN43J5000EFXZA, UN48J5000BFXZA, UN49J5000AFXZA, UN50J5000EFXZA
UK Model Number: No models have been announced yet
As far as we know, Samsung will only offer a single series of Full HD TVs in 2018, Samsung J5000. The series comes in a few different sizes, puzzling, of which three are between 48 and 50 inches. The FHD screen will have a refresh rate of 60Hz and a wide color amplifier, but not a smart TV system.
That's it! It is the whole Samsung TV series for 2018. We will catch so many hands on experiences that we can with these TVs that we can before they come out later this year, so come back to this page in a few weeks to see how it has evolved.