Samsung QE65Q60RAT 2019 65" Q60R QLED 4K Quantum HDR Smart TV
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Samsung Q60R (QE55Q60R) QLED TV ReviewVerdictOverall, the Samsung Q60R when used in a normal living room, with ambient lighting and seating directly in front of the TV, gives a decent SDR and HDR performance. Blacks are not a strong point with a visible crush in well-known content we use for all reviews, but the rest of the image has a brightness and pop that will likely appeal to everyday consumers looking for bright and vivid images. When used in industry-standard Movie mode setting, the drawbacks of LCD technology are more apparent, so Read morethis is not an ideal TV set for film lovers who watch in the dark. But, if gaming is your thing and you want a premium level budget set under a grand for everyday living room use, the Q60R does offer a similar performance to other peers in this market position.The problem the Q60R has is not really from competing TV sets but from its bigger brother, the Q70R, which is now available in a 55-inch size for just under 1000 and offers a real step up in the image performance stakes for gaming and movie watching. It has a FALD backlight with good local dimming and a much brighter and well-controlled HDR10 performance. There are fewer issues with off-axis viewing and no issues with black bars being lit up with the rest of the image, they remain black without obvious blooming. So given the price difference, you are better looking towards the Q70R which is even better value at its new price point, compared to when we reviewed it.So to round-up, the Samsung Q60R will be best suited to bright living rooms and those who want to take advantage of the excellent gaming features but, for just a little more, the next model up is a big jump in backlight performance for those looking to add brighter and more controlled HDR and for watching movies in an occasionally dim room.Was this review helpful?
Samsung Q60/Q60R QLED TV ReviewVerdictThe Q60 is a good TV for most uses. It has an excellent native contrast ratio, but only decent black uniformity. It has decent peak brightness, but can't get bright enough to overcome glare in a bright room. Motion looks great thanks to the extremely fast response time, and gamers will appreciate the extraordinary low input lag and FreeSync support.
Low input lag for gaming.
Excellent motion handling.
HDR can't get very bright.
Image degrades when viewed at an angle.
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|Product Name||Samsung QE65Q60RAT 2019 65" Q60R QLED 4K Quantum HDR Smart TV|
|Screen Size (inches)||65|
|Height Screen Only (cm)||83.66|
|Width Screen Only (cm)||145.61|
|Depth Screen Only (cm)||5.92|
|Height with Stand (cm)||91.7|
|Width with Stand (cm)||145.61|
|Depth with Stand (cm)||32.28|
|Height Packaged (cm)||97.5|
|Width Packaged (cm)||161.1|
|Depth Packaged (cm)||17.8|
|Screen Resolution||3840 x 2160|
|Ultra 4K HD||Yes|
|Ultra 8K HD||No|
|Audio Output (Watts)||0|
|Weight with Stand (kg)||26.4|
|Weight Packaged (kg)||32.9|
|Manufacturers Product Link||https://www.samsung.com/uk/tvs/qledtv-q60r/QE65Q60RATXXU/|