This year's plasma lines also offer full Energy Star compliance and have been redesigned to offer an additional inch of viewable screen size by reducing the bezel width while keeping the outside perimeter measurements the same. Samsung calls the advancement its "Plus One Strategy."
So, in 2011, a 63-inch set last year becomes a 64-inch screen size model, a 58-inch set becomes a 59-inch model, a 50-inch set becomes a 51-inch model and a 42-inch set becomes a 43-inch model.
The PND8000 series will be the flagship of 3D plasma line, offering the 64-, 59- and 51-inch screen sizes. All feature 1080p resolution Advanced SmartTV package and new touch-control TV remote. Other features include an ultra-slim 1.5-inch panel depth and enhanced cosmetics.
The D6500 series includes the 51- and 59-inch screen sizes, both with 1.5-inch ultra-slim panel depth, 1080p 3D capability and advanced Smart TV connectivity package.
So it appears the top of the line d8000 is the only way to get a 64" set? I hope that's a mistake...