Ultra HDTV Prices Plummet Again!

We closely watch the prices of all of the 4K TVs currently on the market, so we can keep you up to date. But even we were surprised by the recently price drops we have been seeing in the 4K Ultra HD TV market.

It seems that the prices of 4K TVs are dropping almost every week. But with the recent price drops from Samsung and Sony, we think they might have reached their base prices.

The 4K TV market is clearly a very competitive one, with more and more manufacturers entering the market, and newer lower priced models from Sony and others.

We have seen the most drastic price drops from Samsung. They have cut their prices for the second time in a month.

These 4K / UHDTVs have a pixel resolution 4x higher than 1080p at 3840 x 2160 pixels. Samsung’s 4K range is their flagship F9000 and is available in 55-inches and 65-inches.

When the 65-inch F9000 was released in late August, it has a price tag of $7,500, it later dropped to $6,000, and now just a few days ago, another $1000 was knocked off of its asking price, and it can now be yours for $4,999 from Amazon. This is a huge saving!

Samsung F9000

Samsung F9000

There 55-inch model originally has an asking price of $5,500, this price has also been dropped twice, and now has an asking price of just $3,499.

These prices have dropped so much, so quickly, there now not all that far off of standard 1080p Smart TVs.

Along with the 4K re4solutiuon, these TVs of course feature everything you can expect to find from their flagship F8000 Smart TVs (watch our review here), with the Smart Hub, Evolution port, webcam, gesture control, apps, LED edge lit, and all that jazz.

Samsung’s largest UHDTV the beautiful 85-inch Samsung UN85S9 which we covered here, is still priced at a hefty $39,999.

Sony’s new cheaper 4K TVs the 55-inch and 65-inch X850A’s interestingly have a pre-order price of $3,499, $4,999, which exactly match Samsung’s new prices!

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