It’s no secret that the Samsung TV series has struggled to stay relevant in 2017.
While it’s still a viable alternative for many, the company’s TV series have largely been a disappointment and the company has seen its TV sales drop from a year ago.
However, that has not stopped Samsung from making a push for a new TV series.
That’s the case with the upcoming Samsung TV Series 4K, a new 4K TV that will be launching in October.
The Samsung TV line includes two models: the 4K S4 and the 4G, which will be available for $399.
There are also the S5, which offers 1080p resolution, a 10-inch touchscreen display, a remote, a wireless charging port, and a $150 price tag.
In addition to that, there’s a new line of Samsung TVs that have been dubbed the Samsung TVs.
They are a mix of TVs that come with a built-in smart TV and a set of remote controls that can be used to control the TVs.
All of these models come with the same 4K resolution, which means they can support up to 4K content.
In terms of specifications, the Samsung 4K TVs are expected to feature 4K HDR video, a 5-inch display, and will be priced at $399 and $399 respectively.
All three of these TVs are also coming with a remote control.
The S5 model will also be available with a $300 price tag, while the S4G will also include a $400 price tag for the same purpose.
Samsung’s latest 4K televisions are also expected to support HDR, though it remains to be seen if HDR content will be supported at the same resolution as 4K.
The only question mark for Samsung’s new TVs is whether they’ll support wireless charging.
Samsung is planning to release the devices in September for the Samsung Galaxy S7 and Galaxy S8, but it hasn’t yet announced when the TVs will be shipping to customers.
The company also has announced that the S6 and S7 series will be coming in September, and the S8 and S9 series will also go on sale in September.
The final piece of the Samsung series 4K lineup is the S7D, which has been updated with a new design and features a 10.1-inch screen, a 1080p touchscreen display with a resolution of 2560×1600, and an infrared remote control for remote control functions.
The new models of the TVs are priced at a whopping $1,299 and $2,299, respectively.