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.
Featuring the MU6300, MU6500, MU7000, MU7500, MU8000, MU8500 and MU9000 4K HDR Ultra HD TVs
MU8000 – Image credit Samsung
The MU series class of televisions is a more affordable option that Samsung offers if you don’t want to spend the extra cash for its new top-of-the-line QLED series TVs.
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.
55″ UN55KU6270 & 60″ UN60KU6270 60Hz HDR Smart LED TV – Product Profile
Samsung recently released a new 6 Series model just in time for the holiday season. The new model (as noted above) is available in two screen sizes and contains the latest technology features which include 4K resolution and HDR (High dynamic Range) capability, in addition to a very good smart TV platform powered by a Tizen operating system.
1080p TVs – Still a Good Choice for High Definition Viewing
Are you in the market for a new TV, but still not concerned or interested in the latest rave of 4K Ultra HD TVs that are taking over the television landscape? If so, you should know there are still plenty of 1080p HDTVs currently available, although in much smaller numbers and available models since manufacturers are now focusing most of their production efforts on 4K models. With that said, 1080p models still deliver excellent picture quality and usable features such as a decent smart TV interface/platform, all at a cheaper price.
55″ UN55KU7000 60Hz Smart LED TV
The price of 4K Ultra HDTVs have been steadily dropping since their introduction a few years ago. Even models with the latest HDR (High Dynamic Range) technology can be had at an affordable price, including the model under review here – Samsung’s 55″ KU7000 and is currently available for only $899.99.
50″ UN50KU6300 60Hz HDR Smart LED TV
Samsung’s KU6300 Series is very popular among consumers, and has received very favorable customer reviews at a prominent online retailer. The current 6-Series lineup is available in a whooping seven screen sizes (40″, 43″, 50″, 55″, 60″, 65″ and 70″) with pricing starting at just under $550.00. The 6-Series also consist of the KU6500, KU6290 and KU6270 4K UHD TVs.
65″ KS8500 Curved SUHD 120Hz Smart LED TV
I recently did a hands on evaluation of the Samsung 55″ UN55KS8000 and the 65″ UN65KS8500 (this review). Both of these models are part of Samsung’s 8 Series for 2016. Furthermore, both of these models are technically identical. The only true difference is in their respective physical designs – the KS8500 has a curved screen – the KS8000 has a flat screen.