The 4 series, also known as the 450 series, comprise the value-priced line of Samsung's 2008 LCD televisions. They're the only units that Samsung is releasing in 2008 that feature a 720p native resolution, as opposed to the 1080p resolution of the other lines. Specification-wise the 4 series share a lot in common with the more expensive 5 series, housing the same number of HDMI inputs, supporting 3D display and picture-in-picture capabilities.
- 720p native resolution
- 10,000:1 dynamic contrast ratio
- Matte screen
- 6ms response time
- Inputs: 3xHDMI 1.3, 2xComponent, 2xComposite, 1xS-Video, 1xVGA
3 HDMI ports - the lower level series feature 3 HDMI ports, with the high-end models adding an extra HDMI port for more expandability. All HDMI ports are version 1.3.
3D support - the televisions can accept and properly display 3D content. If you have the proper glasses and source conent the TV will handle 3D images.
The 4 Series has the following naming convention: Samsung LNxxA450P. Where XX is replaced by the size of the television.