More affordable Samsung LED TVs

Samsung is getting ready to launch a new lineup of LED TVs which they say will be more affordable to consumers

By - April 11, 2012
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Samsung South Africa said that they will be introducing a new line up of LED TVs, featuring Samsung’s Triple Protector Technology, which they believe will be more affordable for the consumer.

Three weeks ago Samsung South Africa said that consumers can expect major specials on certain television models ‘over the next 30 days’.

Matthew Thackrah, business leader for consumer electronics at Samsung SA, told MyBroadband that these specials were aimed at creating space for their 2012 range of TVs that are set to go on sale from April.

Thackrah said that they plan to bring a whole line-up of 38 new models to the South African market, from their premium ES8000 TV down to the Samsung EA5000.

Samsung South Africa would however not provide further information about the specials or new TV range and prices, explaining that people should wait until the launch of their new TVs for details.

Samsung South Africa said that the planned launch date for their new LED TV range is ‘early Q2’.

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Samsung ES8000 TV

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