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Testseek.co.uk have collected 61 expert reviews of the Samsung 55Q900 and the average rating is 91%. Scroll down and see all reviews for Samsung 55Q900.
 
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The editors liked

  • Fabulously bright and vibrant
  • Awesome blacks
  • Perfect viewing angles
  • Super-thin
  • You'll be first on the block with a 4320p TV
  • Native 8K footage looks gob-smacking
  • Good HDR performance
  • Smaller size suitable for more homes
  • Stunning 8K images
  • Impressive brightness and color
  • Excellent interface
  • Impressive upscaling
  • 8K content looks jaw-dropping
  • Superb pictures (in both HDR and standard)
  • State-of-the-art image processing
  • Impressively wide viewing angles
  • Comprehensive smart features
  • Incredibly low input lag
  • Native 8K panel
  • Accurate out of the box settings
  • Very good calibrated performance
  • Excellent image processing and upscaling
  • Superb local dimming and black level performance
  • Excellent shadow details and colour volume
  • Stunning HDR with 2075 nit peak br
  • Stunning contrast
  • Brightness and colour
  • Wide-angle viewing technology works brilliantly
  • Remarkable upscaling system

The editors didn't like

  • Still a long way off
  • Big
  • Will be very expensive at first
  • Teensy problem
  • There's almost no native 8K content to watch
  • No Dolby Vision HDR support
  • Quite costly
  • As you'd imagine
  • Still very expensive
  • No Dolby Vision support
  • There's no 8K content for you to watch
  • No Dolby Vision or Atmos support
  • Viewing angles are poor
  • Watching off-axis introduces haloing and blooming
  • No native 8K material available yet
  • No Dolby Vision
  • Expensive
  • Slight backlight blooming with off-axis viewing
  • Its £10k price will limit its audience
  • Setup requires some care

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  Published: 2019-09-05, review by: techradar.com

  • Smaller size suitable for more homes, Stunning 8K images, Impressive brightness and color
  • Still very expensive, No Dolby Vision support
  • At a first glance, it looks like Samsung could have the answer to bringing 8K TV to the masses – now we just need content creators like Netflix, Amazon Prime, and YouTube to catch up...

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  Published: 2019-08-15, review by: EISA.eu

  • Abstract:  Sporting a native 7680×4320 pixel display, this 8K TV offers four times the detail of Ultra HD 4K. Play an 8K source via its USB media player or HDMI input to witness images with astonishing depth, clarity and sense of realness, while AI upscaling convert...

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  Published: 2019-04-03, Author: John , review by: trustedreviews.com

  • Stunning contrast, brightness and colour, Wide-angle viewing technology works brilliantly, Remarkable upscaling system,
  • Slight backlight blooming with off-axis viewing, Its £10k price will limit its audience, Setup requires some care,
  • While its lack of Dolby Vision support is frustrating, the Samsung QE82Q950R's pictures are so good that, if I had £10,000 and a decent-sized living or home cinema room, then this is the TV I'd be buying.Trusted Score John Archer John Archer has...

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  Published: 2019-02-28, Author: Steve , review by: pocket-lint.com

  • Superb pictures (in both HDR and standard), State-of-the-art image processing, Impressively wide viewing angles, Comprehensive smart features, Incredibly low input lag
  • No Dolby Vision or Atmos support
  • The Samsung Q90 is easily the best 4K TV that the company has produced to date. It builds upon all the performance innovations seen in recent years and has improved them. The Ultra Black Filter does a remarkable job of eliminating reflections, thus the Ul...

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  Published: 2019-01-10, Author: What , review by: whathifi.com

  • Fabulously bright and vibrant, Awesome blacks, Perfect viewing angles, Super-thin,
  • Still a long way off, Big, Will be very expensive at first,
  • And, let's remember, that launch is still a long way off: We don't expect to see this consumer model in shops until 2020 at the earliest. A huge amount of refinement and development is going to be going on between now and then.And that's hugely exciting...

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  Published: 2018-12-18, review by: avforums.com

  • Native 8K panel, Accurate out of the box settings, Very good calibrated performance, Excellent image processing and upscaling, Superb local dimming and black level performance, Excellent shadow details and colour volume, Stunning HDR with 2075 nit peak br
  • Viewing angles are poor, Watching off-axis introduces haloing and blooming, No native 8K material available yet, No Dolby Vision, Expensive
  • So is the Q900R a must buy TV right now? If we look at just the 8K-resolution side of things you could rightly say that it is perhaps early to the party where we have no native 8K content to view on it. Samsung is aware of this and that is why they have s...

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  Published: 2018-11-30, Author: Steve , review by: insideci.co.uk

  • Samsung is to be applauded for pushing ahead with 8k development. It's setting the agenda for the next evolution in high-end display technology. However, should you commit at the outset? For some buyers, simply being the first to have 8k will warrant the...

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  Published: 2018-11-29, Author: John , review by: homecinemachoice.com

  • The 85Q900R doesn't just rely on its 33 million pixels or native 8K content to create a stunning spectacle. Yes, it's expensive, but it's also a reference-grade display...

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  Published: 2018-11-20, Author: Steve , review by: T3.com

  • You'll be first on the block with a 4320p TV, Native 8K footage looks gob-smacking, Good HDR performance,
  • Teensy problem: there's almost no native 8K content to watch, No Dolby Vision HDR support, Quite costly, as you'd imagine
  • As the first of a new breed, it's easy to be awed by the Q900R. Samsung has given its QLED fleet an impressive flagship, and with native 8K it looks like no other panel you've seen before. Image quality is staggeringly good. It's like reality. Only better...

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  Published: 2018-09-03, Author: Matt , review by: stuff.tv

  • Excellent interface, Impressive upscaling, 8K content looks jaw-dropping
  • There's no 8K content for you to watch

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