Entertainment can be enjoyed through several means and one way is by watching a TV. A TV offers a great way of watching your favorite movies, shows, and even gaming. Even the modern TVs of today have smart features integrated so you can perform voice command via Alexa or even stream from platforms like Netflix, Hulu or Spotify.
Samsung is the biggest manufacturer of TVs in the world and they have various TVs to suit your needs whether you want a budget, premium or gaming TV. Samsung is known for versatile products and while there’s competition from other manufacturers like Sony and LG, it still leads to the market. Here we’ve have provided 5 best Samsung TVs.
Best Samsung TVs
Samsung Q90 QLED TV
The Samsung Q90 QLED TV is a big one in the TV market if not the best among its competitors. It is a premium 4K LCD TV and is a great alternative to OLED. The TV is based on Samsung’s quantum-dot technology which provides optimum picture quality. When compared to OLED, it is hard to spot much difference as QLED is removing the gap with OLED. The TV packs the best technology Samsung has to offer and this gives it its brilliant picture quality. This technology includes quantum dots, black filters, 400+ dimming zones, and ample processing power. It possesses some features which are smart in nature and one of them is the AMD’s FreeSync for optimized gaming and a dashboard present in it which acts as a hub for all your connected devices.
2. Samsung Q80R QLED TV
The Samsung Q80R QLED TV may not be as flashy as you think it should be but it’s a less expensive TV when compared to the Samsung Q90 and you get to save from buying it than the higher-end models. What you’d find in the Q80R are pretty much what you’ll find in other QLED within its price range. The Q80R has a brilliant and bright display, Samsung’s new technology – Ultra Viewing Angle, and a direct full-array backlight. It’s even a smart TV having voice control assistant – the Samsung’s Bixby and Airplay 2 functionality. Just like it is for other Samsung TV products, there’s no Dolby Vision support in the Q80R and that means you won’t have superb dynamic HDR via TV and movie streaming services like Hulu.
3. Samsung UN43RU7100FXZA 43-Inch 4K UHD TV
Samsung lovers who don’t have all the money should go for this model of Samsung TV. With a price tag of $300, you get a TV that packs many features for your entertainment. It’s a smart TV so you can use streaming services such as Netflix, Hulu or Spotify and you can download the contents to the TV. The Universal Guide by Samsung in the TV curates and puts your content in one place so you can easily continue your movie from where you stopped. It supports Amazon Alexa and Google Assistant that will allow for voice commands and integration with other smart home devices. The panel that powers the TV is a LED one that gives out an impressive 4K UHD resolution with HDR support.
4. Samsung Q70/Q70R QLED
If you’re into gaming and you desire a TV with a price that is not on the high side but is still suitable for gaming, then the Samsung Q70/Q70R QLED is for you. It sports an impressive motion handling with an exceptionally low input lag and support for variable refresh rate. Its native contrast ratio and black uniformity are significantly better even if it isn’t as bright as the premium ones and its local dimming feature isn’t the best. All these ensure that you have the best viewing experience for your games and that there’s no much screen tearing. The TV doesn’t have the best viewing angles and they aren’t that great and there’s no ‘Ultra Viewing Angle’ layer which is necessary if you’d be doing co-op gaming with a group of other gamers. Overall a TV like the Q90 will do if you want more premium features for your gaming.
5. Samsung Q900 QLED 8K TV
And the last on the list is what you can term as “future-proof”. And the Samsung Q900 QLED 8K TV is one of such device and it is a device to see if it will stand the test of time. The Q900 sports a 7,680 x 4,320 resolution which means it’s an 8K display. This is double the 4K standard that has been popular in recent years. Since there are not many 8K contents available for viewing, what the Q900 does is to upscale whatever you’re viewing (when possible) into 8K. With this, you’d get superb picture quality of whatever you are watching whether it’s a movie, TV show or video. And when 8K content becomes more and more available, this TV will become popular than it is now. A con here for this TV is that it is extremely expensive.
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