Samsung QE65Q90RAT 2019 65" Q90R Flagship QLED 4K HDR 2000 Smart TV

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Samsung QE65Q90RAT 2019 65" Q90R Flagship QLED 4K HDR 2000 Smart TV
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    Samsung QE65Q90R review

    But getting hung up on the inconsistent implementation of HDR10+ is to not see the wood for the trees. The Samsung Q90R QLED is an exceptional TV that does things previously considered inherent advantages of OLED.

    The Q90 is a backlit TV that goes almost as black as an OLED and has OLED-like viewing angles, while retaining its own advantage of greater brightness. It also boasts brilliantly judged colours and excellent dark detail, not to mention an excellent operating system packed with apps.
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    Could this be the best TV of 2019? It’s certainly in the running.

    Natural, authentic colours
    Deep, detailed blacks
    Wide viewing angles

    Motion processing not perfect
    Others sound better

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    Samsung QE55Q90R review

    Picture-wise, this is more or less the excellent QE65Q90R in a smaller, more affordable package, and that makes it one of the most stunning 55in TVs you can currently buy.

    It’s a little less convincing in the audio department, but we would always recommend partnering a premium TV with a dedicated sound solution anyway. If you’re going to follow that advice, you should definitely consider the QE55Q90R.

    Gorgeous 4K and HDR handling
    Capable black levels
    Impressive white details

    Sound lacks authority

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    Samsung QE65Q90R QLED TV review

    Whether its driven by determination or stubbornness, Samsungs QLED technology gets more and more impressive

    Convincing colours and contrasts
    great black levels and details
    looks good off-axis
    excellent OS

    Could be better with motion
    no Dolby Vision

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    Samsung Q90/Q90R QLED TV Review

    The Samsung Q90R is an excellent TV for mixed usage. It will perform equally well in a dark room, for movies or HDR content, and in a bright room, for TV shows or sports. If you're a gamer, the Q90R is an excellent choice as it is very responsive and has some nice gaming goodies.

    Very bright both in SDR and HDR.
    Excellent low input lag and gaming features.
    Remarkable motion handling.

    Some gray uniformity issues at the edges.

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    Samsung Q90R (QE65Q90R) QLED TV Review

    Once again, Samsung has managed to make one of the best LCD TVs available to buy on the market. It has added meaningful features like the Quantum Processor for 4K upscaling, and the wide-viewing-angle technology with the black screen filter is excellent and really expands the usefulness of a VA LCD panel in normal living room conditions. The local dimming is very clever and another step up on previous models in being able to give a more consistent image, especially with shadow details anRead mored mid tones. While the contrast is not as deep as the Q9FN, the Q90R is more subtle and accurate to the standards in its image attributes, especially in SDR modes. We would like Samsung to change the PQ EOTF settings in the movie mode to keep image purists happy and add their slightly brighter curve to the other picture modes that normal users are more likely to pick anyway, as they are a bluer brighter looking image that those types of consumers like to see. That way it would keep all the possible users happy. The Q90R is bright, colourful and an excellent HDR performer, which makes the lack of Dolby Vision all the more apparent here. Plenty of other TV makers are including both HDR10+ and Dolby Vision to their TVs in 2019 and giving consumers the choice. Samsung should really follow suit here or risk losing some custom from those consumers who box tick when they buy a new TV. And when it comes to value for money the Q90R, when compared to the competition, does still feel a little expensive. The Q90R provides extremely accurate images with SDR and HDR content with excellent peak brightness for those specular highlights and decent black levels and shadow details. Motion is also strong and while colours are not as intense as the Q9FN in comparison, they are also not washed out in any way that should put off any genuinely interested videophiles. If you want strong blacks at the sacrifice of some shadow details through black crush, as well as very strong colours, the Q9FN is the choice to make, however, if you want a smidge more accuracy, very good blacks with excellent shadow details and mid tones, and with less intense neon colours, the Q90R is the more rounded set between the two. Thankfully, the introduction of the wide viewing angle filter has not impacted on the black levels or contrast performance available on the Q90R like it did with the Sony ZF9. It is slightly down in measurement terms against the Q9FN, but both sets use different local dimming algorithms and as such produce slightly different image results. But this is never at the expense of deep blacks and excellent shadow detailing on the Q90R, the Q9FN is just a little deeper in the blacks, and more aggressive with its dimming, but also slightly lacking in the overall mid tones compared to the Q90R. When they are side by side in the same room with the same content, there are no major issues that jump out at you when it comes to intra-scene contrast performance. Neither is there the impression that blacks are lacking on the Q90R, they are just achieving results through slightly different means. We didnt notice the local dimming doing anything odd in the three weeks of intense testing we put it through. Screen uniformity is also good, with just a slight colour shift and darkening seen with bright images at the very edge of the panel. If you are also someone who watches a lot of subtitled content you may want to demo the Q90R before purchasing as this is one area where the local dimming still struggles with blooming and haloing issues in darker scenes. Otherwise, halo and blooming suppression work very well with just a few instances of some bright objects looking a tad darker than they should. But, in TV terms, the Samsung Q90R is the best all-round LCD TV Samsung have yet produced, with an excellent user interface, superb Smart TV system with every major app and catch-up service available. The ultra wide-viewing angle technology works incredibly well, as does the moth-eye filter, meaning reflections are well controlled and the off-axis viewing is excellent. Adding the wide angle filter has had a slight effect on image contrast and colour coverage when compared to the Q9FN, but this is not bad news. The black levels are still excellent with well-controlled local dimming and image contrast is still strong, competing with many of the best TVs out there. Plus, we get the better above black performance and shadow detail retrieval which adds a more consistent image to the Q90R. Rounding everything off is excellent HDR with all available content in HDR10, HLG and HDR10+ showing strong dynamic range, and excellent shadows and mid-tones, along with strong yet natural colours. For an LCD TV, the Q90R produces one of the best all-round performances seen for this technology and this all creates a compelling TV for 2019 and one that we think is best in its class.

    Excellent Image Quality
    Wide Angle Filter
    Effective Local Dimming
    Excellent Upscaling
    Black Levels & Shadow Details
    Excellent motion
    Excellent Smart TV System

    No Dolby Vision HDR
    No Dolby Atmos Sound
    Small Uniformity Issues at Screen Edge
    PQ EOTF doesn't track the standard in Movie Mode

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Product Name Samsung QE65Q90RAT 2019 65" Q90R Flagship QLED 4K HDR 2000 Smart TV
Screen Size (inches) 65
Brand Samsung
Height Screen Only (cm) 83.12
Width Screen Only (cm) 145.01
Depth Screen Only (cm) 3.99
Height with Stand (cm) 92.1
Width with Stand (cm) 145.01
Depth with Stand (cm) 28.53
Height Packaged (cm) 97
Width Packaged (cm) 162.1
Depth Packaged (cm) 19.8
3D No
Internet Connection na
Screen Type QLED
Screen Resolution 3840 x 2160
Ultra 4K HD Yes
Ultra 8K HD No
HDMI Input(s) 0
Satellite Input(s) 0
Scart Input(s) 0
VGA Input No
Smart TV Yes
Ethernet Port No
Composite Input(s) 0
Component Input(s) 0
USB Port(s) 0
Internal Speakers 0
Audio Output (Watts) 0
Weight with Stand (kg) 34.7
Weight Packaged (kg) 45.2
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