|Screen size||75.0 in|
|Resolution||3840 x 2160 px|
|Number of HDMI ports||4|
|USB 2.0 ports||2|
|Colour of product||Black|
|Tuner type||Analog & Digital|
|Vesa interface type||400x400mm|
|Wireless network (Wi-Fi)||yes|
|Annual Energy Use||288.0 kWH/year|
|Ac Frequency||50.0 Hz|
Television review: We tested the Samsung QE49Q70R
It may be second from bottom in the 2019 QLED range, but the Q70R doesn't miss out on all the recent advances including the 4K Quantum Processor, FALD backlight with 50 zones of local dimming and...
Looking for a state-of-the-art picture but can't afford an OLED TV? Samsung's quantum-dot-based LCD set is your best choice.
The sub-flagship QLED set from Samsung delivers brightness and colour aplenty, with a great price point as the backlight isn't the best in this range.
This is one of the brightest, most colorful TVs ever made—but you'll be paying for it.
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The QE49Q70R does not disappoint with its expressive 4K picture. Its smart features, gaming performance and upscaling make it a great mid-range set
With full-array local dimming for a more affordable price, this is the best QLED TV value of the year.
The Samsung QE55Q70R is a mid-range 4K QLED HDR TV with direct backlight, local dimming, AI processing, Adaptive Sound, and a comprehensive smart system