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Samsung TV Dimensions Guide (True Length and Width Of All Sizes)

Last Updated Mar 9, 2022
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Selecting the right TV size for your space is a big move to prevent symptoms of eye strain, allowing you to view your TV screen easily and comfortably. However, many people don’t know the importance of what size television you should purchase based on your room size and viewing distance.

If you are looking to get a new Samsung TV but don’t know the right TV size for your home, you can use this Samsung TV Dimension Guide to select the best TV size for your space. Keep reading to find out more.

Samsung TV Dimension Guide

This Samsung TV dimension guide gives you knowledge on varieties of Samsung TV sizes to select for your space. 

Below you’ll find a table that shows an extensive list of Samsung TV dimensions, their true weight, width, depth, and height with and without a stand:

Size Width x Height x Depth (without stand)Weight (without stand)Width x Height x Depth (with stand)Weight (with stand)Stand Type
32-inch29.3” x 17.4” x 2.7”8.22lbs29.3” x  18.4” x 5.9”8.42lbsMini Arc
40-inch 41.8” x 24.8” x 1.8”29.05lbs41.8 x 26.9” x 9.0”33.73lbsSquare
46-inch44.2” x 27” x 3.2”42.76lbs44.3” x 29.2” x 10.8”50.70lbsSquare 
50-inch44.3” x 25.6” x 2.4”29.98lbs44.2” x 27.3” x 9.5”30.42Simple Stand
55-inch48.8” x 28.1” x 2.3”38.13lbs48.8” x 29.8” x 9.5”38.58lbsSimple Stand 
60-inch 56.9” x 32.5” x 1.8”53.57lbs56.9” x 36” x 14.8”56.21lbsReal Stainless Type Triad

To measure your Samsung TV screen, place your measuring tape from the start of the visible screen down to the opposite (diagonally) screen corner. Most are expressed in inches. You can use this technique to also measure the screen of your tablets and computers if necessary.

Keep reading to learn how you can calculate your viewing distance and TV screen and the recommended viewing distance chart for your TV. 

How to Calculate Your Viewing Distance and Screen Size

Knowing the right TV size for your space, and how to calculate your viewing distance are important steps to take in preventing eye strain. It makes you have a clear view of your TV screen without any form of obstruction or discomfort to the eyes. If you need to calculate the viewing distance or screen size of your TV, here’s how to do so.

This simple formula shown by Samsung support functions as a calculator to help you know which TV size you should get: Viewing distance (in inches) / 2 = Your recommended TV size.

How to Prevent Eye Strain From Watching TV

Eye strain can be caused by viewing a TV too far away or too close up. But how do you prevent it?

There is a general rule made by the American Optometric Association to prevent Eye strain which states, “It is important to take a 20-second break every 20 minutes to view a distant object that is 20 feet away”.

As technology continues to advance, modern and advanced smart TVs with amazing features, sleek designs, and bigger screens are manufactured. Most of these more advanced models of TVs are bigger, so you have to consider the amount of space that is available in your home before getting one. 

This table shows some popular TV sizes and their recommended viewing distance in feet and meters:

Viewing Distance Suggested Screen Size
3.2 feet (0.98 m)32 inches
4.3 feet (1.31 m)43 inches
5 feet (1.52 m)50 inches
5.5 feet (1.52 m)55 inches
6.5 feet (1.98 m)65 inches
7 feet (2.13 m)70 inches
7.5 feet (2.29 m)75 inches
8.5 feet (2.59 m)85 inches

In case your viewing distance happens to fall between two logs on the chart, select whichever is the closest.

Conclusion

This Samsung TV Dimension Guide provides you with accurate diagonal measurement and screen size which will aid you in selecting the best TV for your smart home. Sitting too close to your TV could affect your eyes, so it is important to know how to calculate your viewing distance and TV screen size.

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