Prime Video to Exclusively Bring Lord of the Rings to Samsung Neo QLED TVs at 8K

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Samsung has a lot of nice TVs out there. Most of these visual entertainment sets are available in Kenya, and their price, while high, is worth it because of the great picture presentation they show. The Neo QLED TVs for the year 2022 are already on sale in Kenya, with the 4K 65” model starting at KES 300K. That is a lot of money for a TV, but those who buy such sets know what they want and are likely to get their money’s value.

Samsung Electronics has also announced a partnership with Amazon Prime Video that will see customers using Neo QLED TVs enjoy exclusive 8K content from the incoming The Lord of the Rings: The Rings of Power series.

According to a statement from the South Korean technology company, the partnership will deliver 8K and early access content to the said TVs (8K ones, not 4K models).  


Viewers will have the opportunity to experience the epic journey in unimaginable depth and detail on Samsung NEO QLED 8K TVs – Samsung in a statement

“Samsung prides in collaborations such as this, bringing the most premium display technology to its users. For the first time, fans can experience the striking imagery and unimaginable depth of colours and action of The Lord of the Rings: The Rings of Power on Samsung Neo QLED 8K TVs.” says Samsung’s Head of Consumer Electronics Division Mr. Sam Odhiambo.

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The TVs, as said, are amazing, and you have to see them in person to appreciate their capabilities. Of course, they are a reserve for the few who can afford them, but that does not mean that you cannot enjoy other great TVs from the manufacturer, but at a low cost. The Crystal displays for 2022 have also received an upgrade and look much better than their predecessors. We have a 65” model for testing and will give you our honest review in the coming days.

Are you buying one of these Neo QLED TVs soon?


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