An informative look at the performance of these QLED 4K HDR TVs
This is not an apple to apples comparison which was my intent. In this review I wanted to point out and highlight what the advantages are of choosing the flagship model over a less expensive model in Samsung’s premium lineup of QLED 4K HDR TVs.
A Detailed Look at What’s New…
During the month of February, Samsung unveiled its complete line of premium and standard HDTVs. The premium QLED models will consist of five series starting with the flagship 8K Q900 series, and the 4K Q90R, Q80R, Q70R, and Q60R series. Screen sizes will range from 65” to 98-inches for the 8K models, while the 4K models will range from 43-inches, all the way up to a huge 82” screen size.
QN85Q900RAFXZA QLED 85″ Smart 8K UHD TV
HDTVs and More did not perform a hands-on review of the Samsung Q900, but instead chose to do a product profile/review which consists of info that is based on research conducted before writing this article and complied here in a condensed format to save you the time and effort it would take to gather the info yourself.
The end result of this product profile is to provide you with important and relevant info regarding this product.
See What’s New for 2018
Samsung recently had its official unveiling of its new 2018 TV product lineup. This year’s models will be spread across 9 series and feature the flagship QLED TV models and an expanded lineup of UHD, Premium UHD and Ultra-Large Screen TVs.
As expected 2017 was a good year for the continued growth and popularity of 4K Ultra HD TVs. And with a new year upon us, it time for me to reflect on my favorite models from last year.
65″ QN65Q7F & QN657C 120Hz Smart LED TVs
Samsung’s Q7 series features the entry level models of their current premium lineup of which Samsung refers to as QLED quantum dot 4K Ultra HD TV displays. Samsung claims this latest technology is an improve over last year’s quantum dot tech used in their former SUHD TVs.
65″ MU8000 120Hz Smart LED TV
Samsung’s UN65MU8000 is part of the companies mid-tier line of televisions for 2017. The MU8000 is classified as a premium model, and replaces last year’s premium SUHD KS8000 model. However, the MU8000 is not in the SUHD class which was last year’s top-tier lineup, and has been replaced with the new QLED displays.
Want to Know my Favorite TVs of 2016? – Then Check out my Top Picks from LG, Samsung Sony and Vizio
2016 came and went as quickly as any other year in recent past. And now that we’ve kicked off a brand new year, it’s time for me to look back and reflect on which TVs delivered the best performance (picture quality).
QLED w/ Studio Stand
See Brighter, more Colorful Picture Images with Samsung’s New OLED 2017 Lineup
Samsung revealed its latest quantum dot TV technology at CES 2017 in their upcoming QLED 4K series lineup which will include the Q9, Q8 and Q7 TVs. QLED, as Samsung calls it, is not to be confused with OLED TVs which use emissive/self illuminating LEDs to display pictures images. QLED is actually an improvement of quantum dot technology, according to Samsung.