The screens feature a stylish red hue that has been embedded in the TV’s frame, giving it a touch of sophistication that’s easy on the eye, if not the wallet.
There are two ranges in the Series 6 lineup – the 650 and the 610. The differences between the two aren’t massive – the 610 lineup doesn’t feature 100Hz, DNle Pro or Samsung’s 100Hz Motion Plus technology.
The full price list is below:
- 32-inch – $1,999
- 40-inch – $3,099
- 46-inch – $3,849
- 52-inch – $4,999
- 40-inch – $2,749
- 46-inch – $3,649
- 52-inch – $4,499
The Series 6 LCD TVs are scheduled for release in June. And to confuse you, Samsung’s lineup of Series 6 plasmas have also been announced, although pricing hasn’t yet been set.
If anybody’s holding out for the Series 7 LCD that we saw at CES with ethernet connection, you’re looking at a September launch date.