Samsung TVs and soundbars for 2022: Everything you need to know

Samsung has just announced its lineup of TVs and soundbars for 2022. This year’s selection includes a variety of new models that are sure to appeal to a wide range of consumers. Samsung has you covered, whether you’re looking for a premium 4K or 8K TV, including a new OLED, or looking for a quality soundbar.

Launch of Samsung’s Quantum OLED TVs

The big news for 2022 is that Samsung is back in the OLED TV game. Its new S95B 4K TV is available in 55” and 65” screen sizes bringing technology to the next level ever, with picture quality essentially unparalleled in a consumer screen.

Why is this new OLED different? Because it uses quantum dots to create pure red, green and blue pixels. This OLED removes the extra white pixels that WOLED panels need to achieve high peak brightness. This means Quantum OLED can produce much more intense colors at high brightness levels than competing OLEDs.

Samsung introduced the S95B OLED and it delivers amazing picture quality

Another benefit of Quantum OLED is that it outperforms current OLED TVs for viewing angles. OLED was already considered excellent for off-axis performance, but Samsung’s OLED is clearly better, with virtually no noticeable lag, in terms of contrast, hue, saturation or brightness, even when viewed from a extreme off-angle position.

I was lucky enough to see one in person at Samsung’s 837 New York facility, and without a doubt, it delivers the contrast you’ve come to expect from OLED, but also next-level color intensity you you’ve never seen a mainstream TV before.

The S95B delivers an incredibly realistic picture thanks to state-of-the-art Quantum OLED technology, which uses quantum dots to convert blue OLED pixels into the necessary red and green pixels (blue pixels require no conversion). This pure color, combined with OLED’s signature ultra-deep blacks, is the recipe for next-level picture quality.

Whether you’re gaming, watching your favorite blockbuster movie, playing live sports or streaming your favorite show, the picture quality of this exceptional TV lets you find yourself immersed in the action like never before. previously.

A surprisingly slim soundbar and more Atmos channels

With its new S800B, Samsung takes the familiar soundbar and reduces the height and depth to a shocking extent. The result is so slim it practically disappears when mounted under a TV. And yet, this is a full Dolby Atmos 3.1.2 soundbar with capable drivers.

A radical redesign isn’t the only trick of this soundbar’s sleeve. According to Samsung, this is the first Dolby Atmos soundbar to offer wireless connection to compatible TVs. This allows for an even more discreet installation. Plus, with Samsung’s Q Symphony feature, when you pair a compatible Samsung soundbar and TV, they combine into a single sound system that uses all the speakers on both the soundbar and the the television.

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In this photo you can see the frame with the new ultraslim S800B soundbar.

4K and 8K Neo-QLED TVs

Samsung has updated its Neo QLED lineup to offer 14-bit processing. These new models are capable of achieving a higher level of expression in deep shadow detail as well as in highlights, by applying sophisticated 14-bit processing. The result is improved contrast perception, as well as significantly more visible detail in shadows and highlights that may have previously been cut out or obscured.

We took a first look at the 4K QN90B, you can read his performances here. The benefits of 14-bit processing apply to 4K and 8K Neo QLED TVs.

Another change for 2022 is a new remote that not only eliminates the need for disposable batteries, but doesn’t even need to be exposed to light to charge (it has a solar cell). With RF harvesting, this new remote can harvest energy from wireless RF signals, like Wi-Fi. And if all else fails, it has a USB port.

The frame looks like art

With a new anti-glare matte finish screen, Samsung’s The Frame has the ability to make digital images look like printed works of art. I witnessed this new display in person at the Samsung 837 factory in Manhattan, where the company had set up lights so you could see the dramatic improvement in anti-reflection that the new surface offers.

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2021 The Frame on the right, 2022 The Frame on the left. Notice the lights reflecting off the scree of the 2021 modelnot

Full pricing and availability

The main point of this article is that the 2022 Samsung TVs and soundbars have arrived.

2022 TV line


Samsung’s Neural Quantum 8K processor with AI powers Samsung’s Neo QLED 8K to deliver the best viewing experience yet. Samsung will release two new Neo QLED 8K TVs in 2022. The QN900B and QN800B will be available in 65″, 75″ and 85″ sizes in the US.

The QN900B (85″, 75″, 65″) will be available mid to late April.

The QN800B (85″, 75″, 65″) will be available in early April.


To deliver an unparalleled 4K viewing experience, Samsung’s Neo QLED 4K TVs use Quantum MiniLED technology. The QN95B (available in the US for the first time), QN90B and QN85B will be available in sizes ranging from 43″ to 85″. The invisible connection cable and One Connect Box are standard on the QN95B.

The QN95B (85″, 75″, 65″, 55″) will be available in early May.

The QN90B (85″, 75″, 65″, 55″, 50″, 43″) is available now.*

The QN85B (85″, 75″, 65″, 55″) is available now.


Samsung’s OLED S95B TV allows consumers to further personalize their viewing experiences. In addition to the Neural Quantum 4K processor found in flagship Neo QLED 4K models, the S95B incorporates technologies that improve brightness and color fidelity previously unavailable with OLED TV technology.

The S95B (65″, 55″) will be available mid-April and can be pre-ordered today.


Samsung’s QLED 4K series, including the new Q80B and Q60B televisions, complement Samsung’s range of high-end televisions in a wide range of sizes.

The Q80B (85″, 75″, 65″, 55″, 50″) is available today.*

The Q60B (85″, 75″, 70″, 65″, 60″, 55″, 50″, 43″) is available today.*

All Samsung 2022 displays are shipping by the end of June, depending on the specific model.

2022 lifestyle screens

Samsung strives to meet customer needs, preferences and style. The Lifestyle TV category offers screens suitable for all styles and decors.

The frame now has an anti-reflective matte finish that gives on-screen art a unique texture for a more realistic viewing experience.

The framework (85″, 75″, 65″, 55″, 50″, 43″, 32″) will be available mid-April.*

For a bolder personal statement, in 2022 The Serif features that same anti-reflective finish to complement its iconic design.

wheelbase (65″, 55″, 43″) will be available at the end of May.

The Sero brings mobility into the picture with its unique ability to play content in horizontal and portrait modes from a mobile device. Along with impressive built-in sound quality, the Sero 2022 will also feature the new anti-reflective finish found on this year’s Frame and Serif models.

Sero (43″) will be available in June.

free stylethe versatile and smart cinema-to-go unveiled at CES 2022, completes Samsung’s new Lifestyle TV portfolio for 2022.

free style is available now.

The first one (120″, 130″) projector and The Partial Sun Terrace (75″, 65″, 55″) and The Full Sun Terrace (75″, 65″) outdoor TVs will be carried over from last year.

Soundbars 2022

Samsung soundbars are updated for 2022 with new models and features. The 2022 Q and S series feature Dolby Atmos wireless technology, allowing sound to stream from Wi-Fi-enabled TVs without cables. Q-Symphony can connect, enable and optimize audio with up to 22 audio channels using all soundbar speakers and a compatible TV.

  • Q-Series
    • HW-Q990B
    • HW-Q910B
    • HW-Q800B
    • HW-Q700B
    • HW-Q600B
    • HW-Q60B
  • S-series
    • Ultra-slim HW-S800B (black) and HW-S801B (white) soundbars
    • HW-S60B
    • HW-S50B
  • B-series
    • HW-B650
    • HW-B550
    • HW-B450

All 2022 Samsung soundbars ship between late April and late June, depending on the specific model.

See the “Unbox and DIscover” video that accompanied the launch…

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