The Samsung NX, which will replace the company’s NX1 contact lens, is set to go on sale in October for $799.
It comes in a standard white plastic and will come with a 180 degree lens.
Samsung NX1 lenses cost $399.
The company said it will not be selling the lenses in stores but on the company website.
The lens will come in two colors: silver and gold.
The company did not say when it will launch the lenses, but it did say the lens will be available on Samsung NX-branded smartphones.
Samsung NX contact lens prices will be lower than some other high-end contact lenses.
The Nokia 15s, for example, starts at $1,699 and is available in three colors: black, red and white.
The Philips Contact Lens Plus costs $1.39 and has a 360-degree lens, which is also black and white, according to the company.
The $1 trillion Philips Contact lens Plus is available for $1 million, while the $2 trillion Philips Touch Lens Plus is only $1-2 million.
In a blog post on Tuesday, Samsung said it plans to launch the lens in September in Japan, with plans to expand the line in the coming months.
It said the new Samsung NX lenses will come preloaded with the Samsung NX app.
Samsung said its new contacts will be equipped with more advanced sensors that help users find the right contacts.