|Screen size||75.0 in|
|Resolution||7680 x 4320 px|
|Number of colors||1.07 billion|
|Wireless network (Wi-Fi)||yes|
|Annual Energy Use||523.0 kWH/year|
|Ac Frequency||50.0 Hz|
|Power Consumption Max||385.0 W|
|Number of HDMI ports||4|
|USB 2.0 ports||3|
|Audio return channel (ARC)||yes|
|Colour of product||Black|
|Tuner type||Analog & Digital|
Are you ready for the future of TV? Read our full in-depth review of the Samsung Q900R 8K TV
If you're buying a new high-end TV today, should you go straight to an 8K TV like this Samsung Q900R QLED TV? We tell you.
The HDR superstar, this top-end Samsung 4K TV for 2019 has ultra brightness, extra wide viewing angles, and more voice control than before.
I highly recommend the Q900R, it's a great and amazing TV that needs to be experienced to believe.
Samsung's best TV yet shows what's possible with 8K video. It also upscales lower-resolution material with aplomb.
Just as when 4K displays were first announced, the early buzz around 8K TVs has been predominantly negative. ‘Who needs 8K when 4K content is still barely a thing?’ has been the cry. Often followed by, 'I bet you can’t see any difference between 4K and 8K anyway.’ But I’ve got news for all the naysayers, having spent time with Samsung's QE85Q900R: 8K TV is absolutely brilliant. Right from the off this cutting-edge display makes an impact thanks to a mammoth 85in screen.
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95% VERDICT The Samsung Q900 8K TV is the best TV you can buy - but it's also the most expensive. If money is no object and the ultimate picture quality is your goal, then this is the TV for you. Pros Unrivalled resolutiomIncredible picture quality Deep black levelsAmazing upscaling abilities Cons Very expensive Samsung […]
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