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The best QLED TVs for 2023: Bring on the brightness

If you’ve begun your search for a new TV, you’ve for sure come across the four-letter acronym QLED tacked on to the end of several TV models from brands such as Samsung, Hisense, TCL, and Vizio. If you’ve found yourself asking if QLED is any good, or if it’s better than its main competition, OLED, then take a minute and read our explainer on the two top TV technologies. If you’re ready to see what the best QLED TVs on the market are right now, then forge ahead.

In short, though, “QLED” (Quantum Light-Emittinfg Diode) is a backlighting technology that uses something called quantum dots, a layer of supercharged nanoparticles that emit incredible amounts of colored light when energy is passed through them (check the FAQ below for more). The result is a TV picture that is bright (typically brighter than OLED panels), does well in daylight-filled rooms, and has impressive color and contrast. QLED branding has been mostly associated with Samsung, who has taken things even further with its QD-OLED tech, which attempts to get the best of the QLED and OLED worlds.

If you like your TV to be bold in every way, a QLED TV is a fantastic choice for picture tech, but with so many options out there, it can be tough to choose the right set for your home. That’s why we’ve gone ahead and created this roundup of the best QLED TVs right now.

65-inch Samsung QN90B

The best QLED TV

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65-inch Samsung QN900B

The best 8K QLED TV

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55-inch Hisense U8H

The best QLED for brightness

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75-inch TCL 6-Series (R655)

The best big-screen QLED

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65-inch TCL 6-Series (R646)

The best budget QLED TV

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55-inch Sony Bravia X95K

The best not-quite QLED alternative

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65-inch Samsung QN90B

The best QLED TV

Pros

  • Powerful brightness and rich colors
  • Four HDMI 2. 1 inputs
  • Excellent gaming features
  • Sleek and intuitive smart TV interface

Cons

  • Some issues with light blooming
  • No Dolby Vision support

Samsung has been the undisputed champion of QLED technology for several years now, and if you’re looking for one of the best QLEDs that money can buy, look no further than the amazing QN90B.

Available in several sizes (from 43 inches to 85 inches), the muscle behind the QN90B’s incredible visuals goes to Samsung’s Neo Quantum Processor 4K and Quantum Matrix Technology, a combination of clarity and contrast picture engines that deliver chart-topping peak brightness levels and stellar color brightness, too. And while the QN90B does a great job at making all sources look great, it’s HDR-viewing (the QN90B supports HDR10, HDR10+, and HLG formats) that truly puts the TV over the edge.

Do keep in mind that because we’re dealing with mini-LED lighting here, light blooming can be a little bit of an issue during significantly dark scenes in movies and shows, a minor blip in an otherwise perfect picture.

The QN90B is also a solid TV for those of us looking to future-proof our AV systems. With all four HDMI inputs (each capable of 4K/120Hz) classed as 2.1 ports, you’ll be able to wire up all your go-to streaming devices and next-gen gaming consoles for years to come. The QN90B also includes a number of gaming must-haves, including NVIDIA G-Sync, AMD Free-Sync, and Variable Refresh Rate (VRR) support.

In terms of sound, thanks to HDMI eARC, Dolby Atmos enthusiasts will be able to use the QN90B as a gateway to one of the most immersive surround sound codecs available. And if you’re not using an AV receiver or soundbar to experience your audio, the QN90B’s Object Tracking Sound+ does a decent job at creating a balanced and believable soundstage right from the TV speakers.

Behind the scenes, Samsung’s calling card Tizen OS is the brains behind the user interface and the QN90B’s smart TV features, allowing access to an immense library of apps, games, and screen mirroring options for mobile devices.

Visually stunning and feature-rich, the Samsung QN90B is our favorite QLED TV, and we’ll be singing its praises for some time.

65-inch Samsung QN90B

The best QLED TV

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65-inch Samsung QN900B

The best 8K QLED TV

Pros

  • Capable of 8K resolution
  • Four HDMI 2.1 inputs
  • Enhanced clarity and contrast picture engines
  • Great smart TV platform

Cons

  • Expensive
  • No Dolby Vision support
  • Not practical for some viewers

In the world of consumer tech, hardware often arrives at the party far earlier than software and content. And in the case of the Samsung QN900B, the early bird is the TV’s 8K panel.

As of yet, 8K resolution is a picture standard we’re still working towards. Yes, you can find some 8K videos on YouTube and Vimeo, but that’s about it for now. That being said, the QN900B is going to look amazing, no matter the source you’re pumping into it. In fact, you can think of this set as an elevated version of the QN90B.

With the QN900B, you’re getting everything that makes the QN90B a phenomenal set, from four HDMI 2.1 inputs to stand-out gaming features and HDR support, but with a little extra push in the clarity and upscaling departments, thanks to Samsung’s Neural Quantum Processor 8K and Quantum Matrix Tech Pro.

The QN900B also touts Samsung’s Infinity Screen, a near bezel-less design that accentuates just how gripping the picture actually is. At around $3,500 for the 65-inch (also available in 75- and 85-inch sizes), the QN900B may not be the QLED for everyone, but when it comes to 8K, we can’t think of a better choice.

65-inch Samsung QN900B

The best 8K QLED TV

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55-inch Hisense U8H

The best QLED for brightness

Pros

  • Intensely bright
  • Class-leading black levels
  • Impressive HDR imaging
  • Vibrant, accurate Color
  • Surprisingly Good Sound

Cons

  • Quirky user interface
  • Some bugs

Hisense continues to chart its course as one of the best TV brands in the world of TVs, and with the release of the mini-LED powered U8H, the company has set the bar high for its budget brand competitors.

Simply put, it’s hard to beat the kind of brightness, colors, contrast, and motion that the U8H is capable of, and even when compared to some of the best TVs from the likes of Samsung, Sony, and LG, the U8H still delivers some of the highest numbers we’ve seen in a QLED. We’re talking close to 2,000 nits for specular highlights in HDR, with a sustained output of around 1,500 nits. Believe us, that’s pretty astonishing.

Out of the box, we did have a few qualms with some of the default picture settings, and while the Google TV user interface is fairly easy to navigate and customize, we found it difficult to use when trying to access some of the TV’s basic picture settings. But when you consider the TV’s two HDMI 2.1 inputs, 120Hz refresh rate, and VRR and Free-Sync Premium support, it’s almost like the value never ends.

55-inch Hisense U8H

The best QLED for brightness

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75-inch TCL 6-Series (R655)

The best big-screen QLED

Pros

  • Punchy HDR brightness and color
  • Minimal backlight blooming
  • Good motion resolution
  • Great viewing angles
  • Intuitive Roku interface

Cons

  • Requires adjustment for best picture
  • Struggles to clean up low-quality content

When it’s a large screen that you’re seeking, the 75-inch TCL 6-Series is an excellent option, especially if you’re looking to save a few bucks. A solid foe to the Hisense U8H, the all-new TCL 6-Series is available in three different sizes — 55-, 65-, and 75-inch options — but it’s the latter that truly catches our attention. Simply put, if you’re looking for a large screen, this is a surefire contender.

Powered by the Roku TV OS for all things smart TV and user interface-oriented, those familiar with the look and feel of Roku’s platform will feel right at home, with a minimal learning curve for first-time users. You’ll have access to a number of popular apps (billed as Streaming Channels), from Netflix to Disney+, with the ability to mirror content from your mobile devices, too.

And in terms of picture quality, the TCL 6-Series rocks a mini-LED powered 4K screen, complete with four HDMI inputs, a 120Hz refresh rate, and excellent gaming perks, too (including VRR and AMD Free-Sync Premium Pro support). It’s not the brightest or most colorful set we’ve ever laid our eyes on, but the TCL 6-Series delivers the kind of image that most viewers will be glad to write home about.

75-inch TCL 6-Series (R655)

The best big-screen QLED

65-inch TCL 6-Series (R646)

The best budget QLED TV

Pros

  • Bright, vivid picture with deep blacks
  • Very good color accuracy
  • Zippy mini-LED backlight control
  • 4K 120Hz capable for gaming
  • High value

Cons

  • Glitchy operation
  • No input button on remote

In 2021, TCL introduced mini-LED backlighting on the 6-Series, proving that the miniaturized light sources can make a big difference in contrast, black levels, and detail. And based on our hands-on experience with the R646, we love the end result.

Brightness soars with this TV, especially when it comes to peak nit output. The vivid visuals are present when it comes to color brightness too, making for a budget QLED that is packed with lots of punch and kick in the picture department, and for a relatively low price.

The 6-Series is also optimized for gaming, with its four HDMI inputs supporting 4K/120Hz, making this a blistering-fast choice for PS5 and Xbox Series X enthusiasts. In terms of overall picture upscaling, the 6-Series doesn’t touch the kind of cleanup powers you’ll find on higher-priced sets from Samsung and Sony, but for those of us that plan to do most of our TV-watching with Netflix and other mainline streaming apps, the TCL 6-Series (R646) is an excellent budget option.

65-inch TCL 6-Series (R646)

The best budget QLED TV

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55-inch Sony Bravia X95K

The best not-quite QLED alternative

Pros

  • Rich, vibrant color
  • Vivid HDR highlights
  • Superior highlight and shadow detail
  • Excellent Sound

Cons

  • Some slight blooming/halo
  • VRR disables local dimming

If you’re looking for Sony’s best picture, and don’t want to invest in the expensive but stunning QD-OLED A95K, the X95K QLED is a second-best that looks and feels like a lot like its much more expensive older brother.

And while Sony doesn’t claim to use quantum dots (they call their tech Triluminos Pro) and doesn’t market their TVs as QLEDs, they compete right alongside the TVs on this list that are marketed as QLED. So, if you’re considering a “QLED” TV based on the idea that they are top-tier LED/LCD TV performers, then you should also be considering this Sony option, never mind that it doesn’t have QLED printed on the box. 

That brings us back to the X95K. Incredible color accuracy and saturation is the name of the game here, with the X95K capable of delivering some very lifelike visuals, one of Sony’s many calling cards over the last decade or so. And with its incredible mini-LED backlighting and whip-fast dimming zones, the X95K punches high above its weight. You’re also working with four HDMI inputs (4K/120Hz), one of which features eARC support for all our Dolby Atmos diehards out there.

Even from a sound perspective, the X95K achieves a much bigger and more balanced sense of soundstaging than 2021’s X95J model. Of course, no TV can deliver the full gravitas of a soundbar or dedicated surround-sound system.

Off-angle viewing with the X95K is okay, although some color highlights and overall contrast tend to take a hit, but this is rather par for the course when it comes to any kind of LED-powered set. And seeing as this is a Sony, the user interface and smart TV features are powered by Google TV, a quick and intuitive platform that connects you with all your favorite streaming apps and even allows you to mirror content from your phone to the X95K.

55-inch Sony Bravia X95K

The best not-quite QLED alternative

Frequently Asked Questions

What is QLED TV?

The “Q” in QLED stands for quantum dot, a nanoparticle that emits light when energized. Quantum dots can be tuned to emit specific wavelengths of light, so TV makers add green and red quantum dots in a layer over their blue LED backlights, which creates a much purer white light than a single LED backlight can create on its own. With a pure white backlight, the TV’s color filters can produce much more accurate colors, leading to significantly better picture quality than regular LED TVs.

UHD vs. QLED: What’s the difference?

UHD stands for ultra-high definition, also known as 4K. It’s a description of resolution, or the number of pixels that make up an on-screen image. It can refer to the resolution of a specific piece of content (many streaming services offer movies in UHD) as well as the native resolution of a TV. QLED refers to the kind of display technology a TV uses (see above). QLED TVs come in various native resolutions, from HD to 8K, including UHD.

Is QLED better than OLED?

It depends. Right now, QLED TVs are capable of getting brighter than OLED TVs, which deliver better black levels and contrast. We feel that OLED TVs still produce a better overall picture quality, but if your viewing area is especially bright, or if you want a really big screen, QLED models might be a better choice for you.

Is QLED the best TV technology?

Once again, it depends on your particular situation. For instance, if you want a TV for your patio, where it will experience partial or full sun, an OLED TV simply won’t get bright enough to compete with all that daylight, and a QLED TV is definitely superior. On the other hand, if you can darken your media room whenever you want, an OLED TV will still deliver the deepest blacks and highest contrast.

What should I look for in a QLED TV?

Finding the right QLED TV for you is all about balancing size, picture quality, features, and price. First, figure out your budget, then prioritize the rest of your list. If getting the biggest TV for your money is the top priority, you’ll be able to find 75-inch and larger models from brands like TCL, Vizio, Hisense, and LG that are still quite affordable. If picture quality matters more – especially when viewing HDR material – you should choose a model with a very high peak brightness. If gaming is a top consideration, make sure you find a model that’s equipped with VRR, ALLM, and 4K at 120Hz for the best possible experience.

Which is the best Samsung QLED TV?

Samsung has two flagship QLED models depending on whether you want 8K resolution. The QN900B is the company’s top 8K model, and the QN90B is its top 4K model.

Are QLED TVs good for gaming?

Yes, but picking the right model is key. You’ll want to look for a TV that has the latest HDMI 2.1 features, like VRR, ALLM, and 4K at 120Hz. Another feature that gamers will appreciate is support for AMD’s FreeSync or Nvidia’s G-Sync, which are two proprietary VRR technologies used by game consoles like the Xbox Series X and many gaming PCs.

Do QLED TVs have problems with burn-in?

No. Burn-in is a permanent form of image retention caused by leaving the same image on a TV for many hours at a time. In OLED TVs, this can cause individual pixels to age prematurely, leaving the “shadow” of some parts of the image on screen even after the image has changed. Because QLED TVs use a backlight for their brightness, their pixels aren’t susceptible to this kind of uneven aging.

How long do QLED TVs last?

Theoretically, a QLED TV will outlast an OLED TV, at least in terms of maximum brightness, because OLED pixels lose their ability to produce brightness at a faster rate than a QLED TV’s backlight. But you would likely have to keep your TV on for eight hours a day, seven days a week, for many, many years before this difference became noticeable. That said, a QLED TV should last a decade or more as long as none of its individual components fail — something that can be hard to predict even for the best TVs.

When will QLED prices drop?

QLED prices, much like OLED prices, are dropping all the time. A few years ago, you’d need to spend well over $2,000 for a 65-inch QLED TV. Today, you can find them for less than half that price.

Is a QLED worth it?

Definitely. If you have a choice between a standard LED TV and a QLED TV, the QLED model will deliver brighter, more accurate colors, which should yield a better image overall. And as QLED TVs become the norm for non-OLED models, you won’t have to pay much of a price premium to get one.

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Samsung TV Range Explained | Which Samsung TV To Buy

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Let’s take a look across all Samsung TV ranges, this one-stop-shop will help you find your favourite features so that you know exactly what to look out for when browsing the latest Samsung TVs. Finding the best Samsung TV for your home has never been easier.

Samsung TV Ranges: What are the differences?

TVs come in all shapes, styles and sizes and with the variety available and we’ve got you covered. Let’s delve into the specifics across all of the Samsung TV ranges so that you can find the best TV for your home.

Samsung TV ranges are categorised by their leading feature, such as Neo QLED, OLED, 8K or Smart TVs and these ranges can be viewed online. At times these categories may overlap, for example the  Samsung 65 Inch Neo QLED 4K HDR Smart TV can be found within the 8K range, Neo QLED range and the Smart TV range as this best-seller includes so many of the latest features. But what is the difference between 8K vs 4K? Read our helpful article to find out more today.

You will also find a variety of innovative and exciting TVs within the Samsung Lifestyle TV range, such as The Frame, with its beautiful design. Across this unique range of TVs you’ll also find The Terrace, for outdoor viewing or The Sero, which will amplify your mobile experience like never before and even more.

What are the different series of Samsung TVs?

– QLED TVs
– Neo QLED TVs
– OLED TVs
– The Frame
– The Serif
– The Sero
– The Terrace
– Samsung 8K & 4K TVs
– Samsung HD & Full HD TVs
Samsung Crystal UHD TVs

What are Samsung TV sizes?

Samsung QLED TVs

QLED describes Quantum Dot based LEDs, a technology that Samsung pioneered. Quantum dots are nanoscale, ultra-fine semiconductors that emit different colours of light depending on the particle size. These particles are able to emit colours to such accurate levels that it results in incredible picture quality. Samsung QLED TVs are then good for any lighting, both dark and bright rooms. The Samsung QLED TV Range includes 8K and 4K resolutions and covers a whole host of different sizes.

Learn more about what is a QLED TV and Quantum Dot technology in our guide.

Samsung Neo QLED TVs

Neo QLED is an evolution of QLED which uses nanoscale Quantum-dot technology for producing precise levels of light and colour. In contrast to QLED TVs, Neo QLEDs use tens of thousands of mini-LEDs in place of a backlight. Available in 8K and 4K resolution, Samsung Neo QLED TVs have a much greater amount of dimmable zones which produces even more precise brightness and contrast control, resulting in a truly remarkable picture quality like never before. You can learn more about the Neo QLED Technology here.

Samsung Frame TVs

The Frame is a beautifully adaptive TV which complements your home’s interior. Enjoy premium 4K QLED HDR picture quality whilst viewing and experience world-class works of art in your home when the TV is off, thanks to Art Mode. From its easily customisable frame to suit any decor, to its minimal and sleek design. The Frame TV range offers a variety of sizes to suit your space from 32 inch to 85 inch. Designed to look just like a picture frame, this award winning TV range is a true example of how Samsung Lifestyle TVs will complement everyday living, on your terms.

Samsung Serif TV

Brought to life by award-winning designers Ronan and Erwan Bouroullec, The Serif TV acts as an elegant yet striking statement in any room. Unlock interior design freedom, The Serif gives the option of taking the TV away from the wall through utilising the sleek floor stand or its naturally freestanding ability. The Serif TV Range is packed with Smart Features such as 4K cinematic picture quality, QLED technology and NFC (Near Field Communication) that will let you listen to your favourite tracks effortlessly.

Samsung Sero TV

The Sero offers the ability to maximise your viewing experience for all types of content. Samsung Sero TV is a true world-first rotating TV that allows you to watch both landscape and portrait content. Watch your favourite TV episodes horizontally and then simply rotate the screen to a vertical position for an amplified mobile experience with only one tap. Enjoy your games, video calls and apps on the big screen. The Sero casts ambience into any room with a beautiful music visualiser to complement its 60W speakers. Enjoy 5 portrait modes for when the TV is off (poster, clock, photo, soundwall or cinemagraph).

Samsung Terrace TV

The Terrace TV is designed specifically for outdoor viewing. It provides Ultra Bright picture and great 4K QLED viewing quality. Perfect for any environment due to its anti-reflection technology and remarkable brightness (2,000-nits). The Terrace is reliably brilliant thanks to Weather Resistant Durability (IP55 Rated) and with Adaptive Brightness you won’t miss a thing as the light changes throughout the day. Don’t compromise on quality just because you’re outdoors, enjoy the same premium features such as Direct Full Array and over one billion colours. Your outdoor cinema can even be heightened further by pairing The Terrace up with an Outdoor Soundbar.

Samsung 4K & 8K TVs

If you’re after breathtaking clarity, dynamic contrast and expressive colours then the Samsung 4K and 8K TVs will not disappoint, thanks to leading Neo QLED and QLED technology. Many Samsung TV ranges such as Lifestyle TVs offer 4K quality as standard, though these are often categorised by their leading unique features such as The Sero’s rotating screen. You can always Browse All 8K TVs and All 4K TVs at your convenience, or simply view the specs section within any TV product page.

Find out more about the differences between 4K and 8K TVs and what sets these apart from the rest.

Samsung HD & Full HD TVs

Samsung offers a variety of HD and Full HD TVs, but what do these terms actually mean? To put it simply, HD (High-Definition) TVs have 1,280 x 720 pixels and are capable of producing 720p resolution. UHD (Ultra High-Definition) TVs have 1,920 x 1,080 pixels which results in 1080p resolution. That’s approximately 1 million pixels for HD and 2 million pixels for UHD. Having more pixels available provides more clarity and heightens the picture quality overall.

HD or Full HD TVs are at a more accessible price compared to the latest TV technologies. Depending on your needs, an HD or Full HD TV may be more than enough as it can still include some of your favourite features such as Smart Assistants, Apps, HDR capability and have Game Mode.
Looking for a gaming TV? Learn how to choose the best gaming TV for you using our helpful guide.

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Samsung Crystal UHD TVs

Crystal UHD stands for Ultra High Definition, otherwise known as Ultra HD or UHD. Crystal UHD TVs use LCD technology to produce 4K resolution and above (3840×2160 pixels). In short, a Crystal HD TV is 4K compatible and is made with LCD technology. An important difference to note is that Crystal UHD TVs use LED backlight technology. This is in contrast to the more recent Neo QLED and QLED technologies which use thousands of mini LEDs to provide more clarity in comparison.

The inclusion of the Samsung Crystal 4K Processor sets this range of Samsung Crystal UHD TVs apart with an amazing ability to upscale content into vivid 4K, as well as perfectly balancing the sound.

Which is the best Samsung TV?

Samsung offers a rich variety of TV ranges which cover a wide range of features, in all shapes and sizes. There’s sure to be a TV that will suit your lifestyle and space. Finding the best TV for you depends on how you wish to express yourself through design and by determining your favourite entertainment features.  

If you’re looking for the latest Samsung TV that has it all, check out the 65” Neo QLED 8K HDR Smart TV (2022). Experience our sharpest picture and gripping 3D surround sound powered by Dolby Atmos®. Become fully immersed in your favourite flicks thanks to the sleek edge-to-edge Infinity Screen, plus many more innovative features.

Which Samsung TV should I get?

Understanding the different Samsung TV ranges and what sets them apart is a great way to find your next TV, whether you choose to browse Samsung TVs by size to fit your space or if you prefer to browse by your favourite features, there’s sure to be a Samsung TV that suits you. You can find some tips on finding the right size TV for your home and more detailed explanations of the latest TV features by visiting the Samsung TV Buying Guide.

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Best Samsung TVs in 2022

In the TV market, Samsung is the undisputed leader among the already existing wide competition. With their QLED technology designed to compete with OLED, you will find high quality products. We bring you our selection of the best Samsung TVs.

Before we start listing the best Samsung TVs, there are a few things worth knowing. The Korean manufacturer was the only one not yet offering OLED on their screens. The brand has developed its own technology, which is gradually being introduced. QLED first, before eventually moving to mini LEDs.

However, the situation must change. Indeed, the manufacturer has just launched a line of OLED TVs. The products are equipped with LG technology.

At CES 2022, Samsung made a number of announcements about its upcoming TVs. First, it will be on everyone’s lips thanks to the new Micro LED and NEO QLED screen lines with some significant improvements. The TizenOS software is being updated to make navigation easier. Separately, it is worth noting the appearance of Quantum Matrix technology, which offers better brightness control. On the two bands mentioned, you should have more intense light. The firm has also overhauled its sound design to offer a service akin to Dolby Atmos.

In its TV catalog, Samsung is currently introducing QD-OLED technology, which is showing great promise. The QE55S95B features a completely sleek design. The product is quite thin and without the slightest problem is placed on the cabinet under the TV.

The advantage of QD-OLED technology lies in the brightness setting. The QE55S95B is the first Samsung TV to achieve a peak brightness of over 1000 cd/m². The technology offers wide viewing angles and, above all, impeccable image quality. However, you must manually adjust the settings to get the best possible performance.

The QD-OLED TV supports HLG, HDR10 and HDR10+. On the other hand, it ignores Dolby Vision. In the gaming section, it is compatible with VRR, FreeSync and GSync. The TV does not support Dolby Vision Gaming. However, it supports Ultra HD signals at 120fps as well as a 144Hz refresh rate.

In animation, the TizenOS software offers a wide range of settings for everyday use. Generally speaking, the TV is flexible enough to adapt to your needs. And the last word about the remote control, which is comfortable to use.

This is Samsung’s most efficient QLED 4K model. It comes in four versions from 85 to 55 inches. Mini LED technology benchmark aims to compete with OLED. Despite everything, the manufacturer still has something to strive for.

It’s a pity, because in other services Smart TV is perfect. The panel is perfectly calibrated, offering the brightest brightness with the same sound quality. It is compatible with HDR10 and HDR10+, which you can use to watch series. As of now, Dolby Vision is not available on Samsung TVs.

Whether for standard use or gaming, the services provided are exceptional. Indeed, in its design, the TV contains four HDMI 2.1 connectors, ideal for connecting new generation consoles.

However, using QLED technology, the South Korean manufacturer offers a very ambitious interface. The QE85QN800A features a mini LED backlight system, Ultra HD 8K resolution, and HDR 10+ compatibility. It comes in three sizes: 85, 75 and 65 inches. Samsung TV is one of the few 8K compatible devices available on the market.

The performance offered by QLED TV is always there. The Quantum Dots system displays very beautiful colors and dynamic brightness. The LCD panel does its job well thanks to millimetric contrast control.

This also provides good video game performance. Samsung Smart TV has four HDMI 2.1 connectors for connecting one or more consoles.

The brand’s catalog offers all display technologies. In the Crystal line, the LED is revered. Crystal UHD 50AU8075 is distinguished not only by its good display quality, but also by its affordable price. It starts with a subtle design that can be integrated into a special piece of furniture without the slightest problem. The manufacturer offers 7 different diagonals from 43 to 85 inches, depending on your desires and needs.

As mentioned above, Crystal uses LED display technology with its advantages, but also its disadvantages. When it comes to content coverage, the TV will meet all your expectations. In the specs section, the panel has 4K resolution, 50Hz refresh rate, and HDR 10+ compatibility.

The Samsung Crystal UHD 55AU8075 remains a high-quality device, ideal for those who do not want to invest a lot.

As mentioned above, Samsung uses QLED technology for its TVs. At a time when the global market has shifted to OLED, a Korean manufacturer is developing its own technology using Mini LED. As for the benefits, you will get higher brightness, better consumption, but above all, more ranges. As you can see, the brand allows itself to offer TVs with a diagonal of 55 to 85 inches. You will have to make some concessions, such as less contrast. First of all, the TV’s responsiveness is arguably less than optimal than the competition. However, Samsung was able to prove the opposite to us.

Samsung has chosen Mini LED technology for its QLED TVs. The Asian manufacturer is constantly improving technology in its TVs to offer you a quality service. Specifically, several thousand Mini LED electrodes are placed on the plate to offer you all the benefits mentioned above. Indeed, smaller and more numerous than conventional LEDs, they emit more light. You will also have high-level HDR at your disposal to adapt the brightness to the situation.

First of all, the screen size depends on your budget. The larger the diagonal, the higher the price of the Samsung TV. You also need to look for certifications such as HDR or Dolby Vision. This will allow you to get the most out of your gaming sessions or watching TV shows.

As you saw above, the Korean manufacturer offers several models in its catalog. Buying a Samsung TV first of all means choosing between quality, price and lifestyle. The range of resolutions is very often high quality, but expensive. Here is an overview of the existing categories:

  • Neo QLED

  • QLED

  • Crystal UHD

The brand is one of the best selling TVs on the market. You will find the perfect fit, whether for everyday use or for more specific situations. All Samsung TVs are good in movie mode or games. The icing on the cake: collections like The Frame are also designed to decorate your home. Turned on or off, your Samsung TV will always have the feature.

You can also purchase other models of Samsung TVs in our online store.

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December 25, 2022

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Best Samsung TVs of 2023 are at the top of the TV rankings in terms of build, picture quality and features. But it’s worth bearing in mind that the best Samsung TV for you isn’t always the most expensive model in the lineup, there’s plenty to choose from.

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For example, even though we are big fans of the Samsung QN900B 8K QLED TV, which tops our list and tops our guide to the best TVs , Samsung produces a whole a number of TVs. While the biggest, most high-tech sets are exciting, they won’t make sense for every living room or budget.

This guide covers the entire range of Samsung TVs, from the most affordable UHD TVs and entry-level QLED TV models to massive QLED TVs with mini-LED giants that cost a small fortune.

#1 Samsung QN900B Neo QLED 8K

Samsung’s Best TV for Superb 8K Quality

FEATURES: 9000 3

  • Screen size: 65, 75, 85 inches
  • Resolution: 8K
  • Panel type: Neo QLED / Mini LED
  • Smart TV: Tizen
  • HDR: HDR10, HLG, HDR10+

Pros:

+ Improved backlight accuracy
+ Excellent colors
+ Built-in DolbyAtmos.

Cons:

– No support for Dolby Vision.
– New Smart Hub UI – a step back
– Limited 8K content

8K is too much TV for many living rooms, but if you have the space and the budget, there’s no doubt that the Samsung QN900B Neo QLED 8K TV brings home entertainment to a whole new level. The Samsung QN900B Neo QLED 8K LED Mini TV offers stunning picture quality, exceptional colors and brightness, stunning sound and outstanding black levels. It also looks good when turned off.

The technology inside the display panel of this TV is Samsung Quantum Mini LED. These LEDs are 1/40 the thickness of a normal LED, meaning that thousands of smaller LEDs can be packed together more tightly than other LED TVs. This means more precise dimming, allowing Samsung to deliver black levels that are almost indistinguishable from an OLED display in our opinion.

This is because another benefit of smaller LEDs is that they are more accurate and less prone to bloom when the light goes where you don’t want it to. With this TV, you won’t see bright areas of the screen blend into darker spots unnaturally. And since QN900A also supports Samsung’s Multi-Intelligence AI upscaling, the QN900A can produce images that look much better than their source.

So why did we dock it half a star? Short answer: software. Samsung’s new Smart Hub UI feels like a step backwards, making previously simple settings more time-consuming and complex. While the TV itself is impressive, the Smart Hub is not. But that’s a minor issue and we think this is the best Samsung TV of 2023.

#2 Samsung BU8500

2023 Samsung TVs

FEATURES:

  • Screen Size: 43, 50, 55, 65, 75 inches (Europe)
  • Resolution: 4K
  • Panel type: LED / Mini LED
  • Smart TV: Tizen
  • HDR: HDR10, HLG, HDR10+

Pros:

+ Achieved 4K image performance
+ Very reasonable specification for the price
+ Thin and (relatively) quite elegant

Cons:

– Has its limitations when scaling
– The sound is quite harsh and thin
– No Dolby Vision HDR

opportunities, discreet looks and solid build quality at a price most of us wouldn’t mind. And this is absolutely true. It’s an impressive 4K HDR LED display with good HDR (although, as always with Samsung, no Dolby Vision HDR), three HDMIs, voice control, two remotes, and a Tizen Smart TV interface with all the streaming apps you could possibly need. This is one of the best TVs under £1000.

This is an exceptionally affordable TV, and while making affordable TVs requires some compromises, Samsung hasn’t cut a single important corner. The Crystal 4K processor does a good job of upscaling, though not to the same extent as the processors in Samsung’s best TVs, and the backlighting is accurate, with good brightness and contrast. During our testing, we noted that the sound quality wasn’t brilliant, but you need a soundbar for most TVs these days.

The BU8500 has three HDMI 2.0 inputs, including one with eARC for the soundbar. There’s compatibility with the ALLM and HGiG aspects of the next generation gaming console specification, but no AMD FreeSync support, which is a step backwards from last year’s Samsung AU9000.

Samsung has made a very impressive TV at an equally impressive price point, and while it can’t match the firm’s top models, it far exceeds its price.

#3 Samsung QN95B Neo QLED

Great TV for gamers

FEATURES:

  • Screen size: 55, 65, 75, 85 inches 9005 8
  • Resolution: 4K
  • Panel type: Neo QLED / Mini LED
  • Smart TV: Tizen
  • HDR: HDR10, HLG, HDR10

Pros:

+ Impressive image quality
+ Chic minimalist design

Cons:

– Sophisticated smart system
– Sometimes aggressive dimming

The design of the Samsung QN95B Neo QLED follows the so-called Infinity theme of its predecessor, the famous Samsung QN95A, with a barely visible bezel around the screen and a thin back panel that is as flat as front, which creates a striking monolithic effect.

Image quality is fantastic.