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This Is the Best Country to Buy Samsung’s 8K QLED TV

2018/10/18 | 12:55

(Iraq Now News)- If you missed the announcement last week, the price of Samsung’s new 8K TV called the Samsung Q900R QLED is well, shocking. 

In the US, the 85-inch version is selling for $14,999, which puts the TV pretty far out of reach for the average home entertainment enthusiast.

That said, we just learned the UK price of the screen and it’s pretty affordable by comparison.

To that end, you’ll be able to bring home a 65-inch version of the Samsung Q900R for just £4,999 while a 75-inch version can be had for £6,999. 

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