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Bullet Points Samsung Q7F QE75Q7FNATXXU TV 190.5 cm (75") 4K Ultra HD Smart TV Wi-Fi Silver
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  • - Flat 190.5 cm (75") QLED
  • - 4K Ultra HD 3840 x 2160 pixels
  • - PQI (Picture Quality Index) 3200
  • - DVB-C, DVB-S2, DVB-T2
  • - Smart TV
  • - Wi-Fi Ethernet LAN Bluetooth
  • - High Dynamic Range (HDR) supported
  • - VESA mounting
  • - 203 W
Long product name Samsung Q7F QE75Q7FNATXXU TV 190.5 cm (75") 4K Ultra HD Smart TV Wi-Fi Silver :
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QLED, 75"(189cm), 3840 x 2160, PQI 3200, Smart TV, CI, CI+(1.4), LAN, Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, Anynet+
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Samsung Q7F QE75Q7FNATXXU TV 190.5 cm (75") 4K Ultra HD Smart TV Wi-Fi Silver:
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Q Colour
See full colour in the latest movies. Over a billion colours and shades brought to life.

Colour Volume
Only Samsung QLED is certified to deliver 100% colour volume*, making movie nights spectacular and enabling you to experience sport as if you’re in the stadium.

Q Contrast
Finally a TV that delivers bold contrast night and day, with extremely low light reflectivity for exceptional viewing in all conditions.Never miss a moment of your favourite sport, even with sunlight streaming in through your window.

Q HDR 1500 powered by HDR 10+
Only Samsung delivers exceptional detail as the creators intended, with HDR 1500. Never miss the detail in the dark shadows of a horror movie, or the bright sun-filled scenes of the latest sci-fi.

What is HDR 10+
An advanced HDR technology, HDR 10+ makes sure every scene is precisely optimized for colour, contrast, and details.

UHD Alliance
Certified Ultra HD Premium is the highest stamp of approval available, ensuring you are viewing UHD content displayed in its natural form.

4K Ultra HD
Q7F meets with premium 4K Ultra High-Definition standards as defined by the Consumer Electronics Association (CEA).

Ultra HD
The ULTRA HD certified logo verifies that QLED & UHD TVs have the technical specifications required by DIGITALEUROPE in order to be considered true 4K UHD products.

Make your TV invisible
Finally a TV that removes the big black screen, seamlessly blending into the room with Ambient mode.

One Near-invisible Cable
Only Samsung allows you to place your TV anywhere in the room, free from messy cables with our One Near-Invisible Cable for all your connections.

One Connect
Hide all your devices out of sight with the One Connect Box and enter the minimalist living space of tomorrow.

Blend your TV into your home
Only Samsung offers a screen that is more than just a TV. We removed the messy cables and replaced them with the One Near-Invisible Cable. We even replaced the black screen with images and content to enhance your living space.

360° Design
Stylish minimalistic design from every angle. With a stunning clean back and a near bezel-less design it pushes your picture to the limit. Every inch has been thoughtfully crafted from premium materials.

One Mount Solution
Make decisions on your décor based on you, and not your TV. QLED TV’s One Mount solution lets you place your TV wherever you want, however you want. Try out different styles, whether it’s hanging it on the wall or on a variety of stands that are easy-to-change.

No Gap Wall-mount
Treat your QLED TV like the masterpiece it is. The no-gap wall mount hangs your TV flush to the wall, fusing it beautifully with your interior décor.

One Remote Control
Control all of your compatible devices and content with the One Remote Control. You no longer need multiple remotes lined up on your coffee table.

Universal Guide
Finally a TV with everything in one place. Our Universal Guide recommends popular shows and content tailored just for you. Spend less time searching, more time viewing.

SmartThings
SmartThings turns your TV into a hub for your smart home devices, from fridge to mobile. It gives you seamless interactions and lets you control and monitor your smart home the intelligent way.

Easy control and connectivity.
Compatible devices and appliances are easily controlled and monitored through your TV with your SmartThings App*.

Content Sync & Share
Take full advantage of the Samsung Cloud. Seamlessly connect your Samsung smart devices to sync photos. Now you can share your mobile pictures and enjoy it on the TV or refrigerator screen.

Notification
Know what’s on the go without leaving your TV. Get pop-up messages on your TV, with status updates for home IoT devices, calendar reminders, and notifications when your favourite content is on. You can even get notifications on your mobile.

Voice Assistant on TV
Control your TV the more intelligent way with Voice Assistant. It's easier, too. Just tell it to flip the channel, search for content, and open your apps. It can also control your home IoT devices.

Q Engine
QLED TV's spectacular picture quality is powered by our incomparable Q Engine. It instantly analyzes every scene you see to bring you the excellent colour, contrast, and details.

Long Life Span
Only Samsung can offer a 10 year screen burn warranty. QLED TVs are composed of inorganic material that provide consistently bright and vivid image quality.

TV Plus
Get access to a wide range of 4K UHD and HDR content. TV Plus offers latest content and movies in amazing resolution so you enjoy a cinematic experience at the comfort of your own home.

Steam Link
Play games on the big screen seamlessly with high quality graphics and speed. Steam Link app enables you to stream your Steam games without the need to use a separate Steam Link set top box.

Short summary description Samsung Q7F QE75Q7FNATXXU TV 190.5 cm (75") 4K Ultra HD Smart TV Wi-Fi Silver:
This short summary of the Samsung Q7F QE75Q7FNATXXU TV 190.5 cm (75") 4K Ultra HD Smart TV Wi-Fi Silver data-sheet is auto-generated and uses the product title and the first six key specs.

Samsung Q7F QE75Q7FNATXXU, 190.5 cm (75"), 3840 x 2160 pixels, QLED, Smart TV, Wi-Fi, Silver

Long summary description Samsung Q7F QE75Q7FNATXXU TV 190.5 cm (75") 4K Ultra HD Smart TV Wi-Fi Silver:
This is an auto-generated long summary of Samsung Q7F QE75Q7FNATXXU TV 190.5 cm (75") 4K Ultra HD Smart TV Wi-Fi Silver based on the first three specs of the first five spec groups.

Samsung Q7F QE75Q7FNATXXU. Display diagonal: 190.5 cm (75"), Display resolution: 3840 x 2160 pixels, HD type: 4K Ultra HD, Display technology: QLED, Screen shape: Flat. Smart TV. Motion interpolation technology: PQI (Picture Quality Index) 3200. Digital signal format system: DVB-C, DVB-S2, DVB-T2. Wi-Fi, Ethernet LAN. Product colour: Silver

Blend your TV into your home
Blend your TV into your home

Only Samsung offers a screen that is more than just a TV. We removed the messy cables and replaced them with the One Near-Invisible Cable. We even replaced the black screen with images and content to enhance your living space.

One Remote Control
One Remote Control

Control all of your compatible devices and content with the One Remote Control. You no longer need multiple remotes lined up on your coffee table.

Content Sync & Share
Content Sync & Share

Take full advantage of the Samsung Cloud. Seamlessly connect your Samsung smart devices to sync photos. Now you can share your mobile pictures and enjoy it on the TV or refrigerator screen.

360° Design
360° Design

Stylish minimalistic design from every angle. With a stunning clean back and a near bezel-less design it pushes your picture to the limit. Every inch has been thoughtfully crafted from premium materials.

Colour Volume
Colour Volume

Only Samsung QLED is certified to deliver 100% colour volume*, making movie nights spectacular and enabling you to experience sport as if you’re in the stadium.

Q Colour

See full colour in the latest movies. Over a billion colours and shades brought to life.

4K Ultra HD

Q7F meets with premium 4K Ultra High-Definition standards as defined by the Consumer Electronics Association (CEA).

What is HDR 10+

An advanced HDR technology, HDR 10+ makes sure every scene is precisely optimized for colour, contrast, and details.

Display
Display diagonal *
190.5 cm (75")
HD type *
4K Ultra HD
Display technology *
QLED
Screen shape *
Flat
Supported video modes
2160p
Supported graphics resolutions
3840 x 2160
Motion interpolation technology *
PQI (Picture Quality Index) 3200
Display resolution *
3840 x 2160 pixels
Display diagonal (metric)
189 cm
Peak luminance ratio
78%
TV tuner
Tuner type *
Analog & digital
Digital signal format system *
DVB-C, DVB-S2, DVB-T2
Auto channel search
Yes
Smart TV
Smart TV *
Yes
Timeshift
Yes
Smart modes
Movie, Natural
Audio
RMS rated power *
40 W
Built-in subwoofer
Yes
Audio decoders
Dolby Digital, Dolby Digital Plus
Multiroom
Yes
Multiroom audio technology
Samsung Multiroom Link
Network
Wi-Fi *
Yes
Bluetooth *
Yes
Ethernet LAN *
Yes
Wi-Fi Direct
Yes
Web browser
Yes
Design
Product colour *
Silver
VESA mounting *
Yes
Performance
High Dynamic Range (HDR) technology
High Dynamic Range (HDR) 1500
Game mode
Yes
Teletext function
Yes
Subtitles function
Yes
Picture processing technology
Samsung Auto Motion Plus, Samsung Q Colour, Samsung Q Contrast, Samsung Q Engine, Samsung Q Viewing Angle
Digital Clean View
Yes
High Dynamic Range (HDR) supported *
Yes
USB recording
Yes
ConnectShare (HDD)
Yes
ConnectShare (USB)
Yes
Ports & interfaces
HDMI Quick Switch
Yes
Audio Return Channel (ARC)
Yes
Ports & interfaces
Ethernet LAN (RJ-45) ports
1
USB 2.0 ports quantity *
3
Digital audio optical out
1
RF ports quantity
2
Common interface (CI) *
Yes
Common interface Plus (CI+) *
Yes
Common interface Plus (CI+) version
1.4
HDMI ports quantity *
4
Consumer Electronics Control (CEC)
Anynet+
Management features
Voice control
Yes
Electronic Programme Guide (EPG)
Yes
On Screen Display (OSD)
Yes
Auto power off
Yes
Power
Power consumption (typical) *
203 W
Power consumption (standby) *
0.5 W
Power consumption (max)
270 W
AC input voltage
220 - 240 V
AC input frequency
50 - 60 Hz
Weight & dimensions
Width (with stand)
1673.6 mm
Depth (with stand)
407 mm
Height (with stand)
1039.9 mm
Weight (with stand)
41.2 kg
Width (without stand)
1673.6 mm
Depth (without stand)
47.7 mm
Height (without stand)
960 mm
Weight (without stand)
35.9 kg
Packaging data
Manual
Yes
Package width
1861 mm
Package depth
225 mm
Package height
1119 mm
Package weight
55.3 kg
Packaging content
Remote control included
Yes
E-manual
Yes
Other features
3D
No
Batteries included
Yes
No gap wall-mount
Yes
4 sides bezel-less design
Yes
Boundless 360° design
Yes
Built-in speaker(s)
Yes
Annual energy consumption
282 kWh
Digital Living Network Alliance (DLNA) certified
Yes
Energy efficiency class (old)
A
Source Testseek summary Average rating
Reviews
Updated:
2019-12-03 05:55:52
Uk has collected 8 expert reviews for Samsung Q7F QE75Q7FNATXXU TV 190.5 cm (75") 4K Ultra HD Smart TV Wi-Fi Silver and the average expert rating is 87 of 100. The average score reflects the expert community’s view on this product. Click below and use Uk to see all ratings, product awards and conclusions.
87%
Source Review comments Score
4k.com
Updated:
2019-12-03 05:55:51
Excellent Color PerformanceNow here's the weirdest thing about the Samsung Q7FN: Despite being the third-tier model among Samsung's 2018 QLED TVs, this particular television generates the absolute best overall wide color gamut coverage among the bunch...
Bottom line The Q7FN offers very good quality for its price and we'd go so far as to recommend it slightly more than its own cousin the Q8FN. The two TVs are so close on performance metrics that the Q7FN's price offers better overall value. The Q9FN is the better opt...
86%
avforums.com
Updated:
2018-01-24 01:51:08
The Q7 is Samsung's entry level model in their QLED range of 4K TVs and comes in two versions, the Q7F which has a flat screen and the Q7C which is curved. Although QLED isn't a new technology, it's actually an LCD panel that uses edge LED backlighting, i...
Good High peak brightness, Effective local dimming on SDR, Wide colour gamut, Very low input lag, Simple setup and operation, Excellent feature set, Good design and build quality...
Bad Local dimming struggles on HDR, Narrow optimal viewing angle...
Bottom line The Samsung Q7 is certainly a very capable TV and for those who are interested in buying a QLED model but find the price of the Q8 a bit steep, it makes for an ideal alternative. The Q7F has all of Samsung's usual flair, with an attractive design and a de...
80%
stuff.tv/my/
Updated:
2018-01-24 01:51:10
OLED TVs might be the hot new thing in tellyland, but Samsung is betting big on its decision to stick with its tried-and-tested LCD technology, cunningly rebranded as the distinctly OLED-sounding 'QLED'.We've only tested one QLED set so far, the QE49Q7F...
Good Bright, vibrant picture, Crisp and detailed, Great, easy-to-use smart TV interface, Attractive design...
Bad Forgoes black levels for brightness, Motion is hard to get right, Narrow viewing angle for best picture...
Bottom line As much as Samsung wants to claim that its QLED TVs can give OLED a run for its money, the QE55Q7F instead runs its own race entirely. And that's not a bad thing.For all of OLED's brilliant deep blacks, the Q7F responds with unrivalled brightness, creatin...
100%
stuff.tv
Updated:
2018-01-24 01:51:10
OLED TVs might be the hot new thing in tellyland, but Samsung is betting big on its decision to stick with its tried-and-tested LCD technology, cunningly rebranded as the distinctly OLED-sounding 'QLED'.We've only tested one QLED set so far, the QE49Q7F...
Good Bright, vibrant picture, Crisp and detailed, Great, easy-to-use smart TV interface, Attractive design...
Bad Forgoes black levels for brightness, Motion is hard to get right, Narrow viewing angle for best picture...
Bottom line As much as Samsung wants to claim that its QLED TVs can give OLED a run for its money, the QE55Q7F instead runs its own race entirely. And that's not a bad thing. For all of OLED's brilliant deep blacks, the Q7F responds with unrivalled brightness, creat...
100%
whathifi.com
Updated:
2018-01-24 01:51:10
Here it is, finally: the first Samsung QLED to go up against an OLED at the same size. In fact, we're really considering this, the QE55Q7F, against three OLEDs – the LG OLED55B7V, Sony KD-55A1 and Panasonic TX-55EZ952B. The LG is the real rival here, tho...
Good Awesomely bright, vibrant images, Detailed and very sharp indeed, Neat, attractive design, Smart and simple to use, Excellent for gaming...
Bad Sacrifices black performance for vibrancy, Poor viewing angles, Motion isn't perfect...
Bottom line At the time of writing, though, the Samsung QE55Q7F cannot receive the full five stars. HDR is too big a consideration when buying almost any new TV, let alone a premium item such as this, and Amazon and Netflix are currently the primary purveyors of HDR...
100%
reviewed.com
Updated:
2018-01-24 01:51:10
For the last few years, Samsung has had a clear design mantra: TVs should look good from "every angle." And the Q7F delivers. From its hyper-minimalist stand and silvery bezels to the textured, high-quality plastic on the rear chassis, the Q7F looks good...
Bottom line Yes—if you want a truly premium HDR experience, and don't mind paying for it.The Q7F is an extremely impressive TV, and easily one of the best HDR series to come along so far. But that functionality comes at a price. The 55-inch will set you back about $2...
91%
trustedreviews.com
Updated:
2018-01-24 01:51:10
Welcome to Samsung's 2017 VIP table. Here you'll find the QLED series, which replaces last year's SUHD range at the top end. The QLED series is a three-strong lineup made up of the Q9, Q8, and Q7. We've already tested the Q9 – read our Samsung QE65Q9FAM...
Good Bright with lovely colours, Strong contrast, Premium build and design, External connections box...
Bad Occasional lighting issues, Expensive...
Bottom line QLED proves that the battle for HDR dominance is far from over. If you love colour and brightness, check it out...
90%
topnewreview.com
Updated:
2018-04-05 09:51:43
4K LED TV with edge lighting, local dimming and QLED technologyEntry-level QLED TV from SamsungSamsung UE55MU9000; LG OLED55B7SAMSUNG'S FIRST WAVES of QLED TVs haven't proved quite the all-conquering heroes I'd hoped for.Their pre-launch pro...
Good Awesomely bright, vibrant images, Detailed and very sharp indeed, Neat, attractive design, Smart and simple to use, Excellent for gaming...
Bad Sacrifices black performance for vibrancy, Poor viewing angles, Motion isn't perfect...
Bottom line When it comes to a TV to go into a room that's typically fairly bright, Samsung's QE55Q7F is pretty much in a class of its own...
80%
whathifi.com
Updated:
2019-12-03 05:07:14
Although QLED is a relatively recent invention, we already know what to expect from a QLED TV – the sort of punch Anthony Joshua would be proud of, peak brightness with the ability to make you wince, and edges so sharp you could cut your fingers on them...
Good Brilliantly punchy, vibrant and bright images, particularly when fed HDR content, Bags of detail and razor-sharp edges...
Bad Sacrifices purity of blacks to add punch to whites and colours, Motion isn't perfect, Relatively poor viewing angles...
Bottom line The QE65Q7F delivers all of the good things we've come to expect from Samsung's QLED's - punchy, vibrant, vivid and sharp images that pop from the screen and dazzle the viewer in the best possible way.The same compromises are there, too, in the form of re...
80%
techradar.com
Updated:
2019-12-22 07:32:08
QLED is delivering on Samsung's promise of better, brighter screens at a more affordable price, with the Samsung Q7F leading the charge as the manufacturer's entry-level set.If you missed the memo on Samsung QLED TVs, don't fret. In short, they're brighte...
Good Gorgeous colors, Unprecedented brightness, Amazing upscaling...
Bad Poor black levels, Apps hang periodically, Inconsistent sound system...
Bottom line The Samsung Q7F QLED is an extraordinary TV hindered by ordinary issues. It's one of the brightest, most colorful and we daresay one of the most enjoyable TVs to watch from Samsung in 2017. And while it would be nice to unequivocally recommend it, some da...
80%
reviewed.com
Updated:
2020-08-23 02:47:23
We received a 65-inch Q7FN on loan from Samsung, and noticed a couple of strange, general blemishes with our test unit. Most concerning was a pair of horizontal, dead pixel lines across the top of the screen, which seemed to occasionally disappear but hav...
Bottom line Maybe—but there's a better value in one sizeThe Q7FN is a very impressive TV: it delivers roughly the same outer polish, snappy user experience, and blisteringly bright picture quality as Samsung's top-of-the-line 2018 TVs. While you're paying a lot here...
87%
techau.com.au
Updated:
2020-08-23 02:47:24
In 2017, the premium end of the TV market comes down to a decision between 2 display technologies, OLED or QLED. While you'll find a massive amount of conjecture online, the difference between them is diminishing with every generation and the black levels...
Bottom line The premium end of the TV market is seriously competitive and the price tags are steep, but what you get for your money is an experience that's simply divine. Probably the best commendation I can give the Samsung Q7F 65″ QLED 4K TV is I'll be buying it. W...
0%
soundandvision.com
Updated:
2019-12-22 07:32:08
Now that we're awash in high dynamic range (HDR) material on Ultra HD Blu-ray, Samsung is determined to make the most of it with two new TVs, the 65-inch QN65Q9 reviewed here and the 75-inch QN75Q9 for buyers who prefer a bigger (and, at $10,000, pricier)...
Good Bright and punchy HDR, Excellent resolution, Stunning color...
Bad No Dolby Vision, Edge-lit instead of full-array backlight dimming...
Bottom line Samsung's new top-of-the-line QLED flagship brings first-rate brightness, brilliant color, and crisp resolution to the Ultra HD party, but enthusiasts might notice its lack of a full-array, localdimming backlight...
75%
4k.com
Updated:
2019-12-22 07:32:08
After plenty of anticipation, the 2017 Samsung QLED 4K HDR TVs have finally arrived for review and the Q7F is one of the three main models we've seen so far. As expected, this 2017 television from the top-tier series of Samsung 4K TVs for this year delive...
Good Superb color volume, better than SUHD, Nearly perfect motion handling, Broader HDR compatibility, Beautiful, sleek design, Great connectivity, Excellent TV for gamers or as PC monitor...
Bad Weaker contrast than 2016 SUHD counterpart, Peak brightness weaker than 2016 SUHD TVs, Local dimming could be better, display quality weakens at wide angles...
Bottom line There's no denying it in absolute terms. The Q7F is one excellent 4K HDR TV by any normal measure. We think that the KS8000 or KS9000 models from 2016 outperform it on brightness and black levels but this model delivers some of the best color performance...
86%
hdguru.com
Updated:
2020-08-23 02:47:23
For those looking for a very good performing and affordable 4K Ultra HD/HDR quantum dot television, Samsung's QN55QFN QLED model has both the color and brightness performance to warrant serious consideration.We found the model we tested to be a surprising...
Bottom line The Samsung QN55QFN is a very good television for most SDR and 4K/HDR viewing applications, particularly video games and sports viewing. It is also a good bright-room performer with an excellent smart TV platform and a large selection of special features...
80%
pcworld.com_techhive.com
Updated:
2020-08-23 02:47:23
If you're looking for a smart TV, but haven't shopped Samsung's QLEDs, you should—they're arguably the best TVs being made today. And while the high-end Q8 and Q9 series might induce sticker shock, the Q7 series are relatively affordable and deliver the s...
Good Excellent quantum dot color, Super thin bezel and flush mounting, Single cable connection...
Bad Doesn't support Dolby Vision, Less sustained brightness than the Q8 and Q9 series (although there's also less bleed)...
Bottom line If it weren't for the lack of Dolby Vision, the Q7FN would have my whole-hearted recommendation as the least-expensive way to get into quantum dot color. The picture is only slightly less fantastic than its pricier siblings and it pretty much disappears i...
80%
4k.com
Updated:
2020-08-23 02:47:23
Motion HandlingThe overall motion handling of the Q7C is also downright superb. This is something that all of Samsung's premium 4K TVs seem to do really well and the Q7C is thus no exception. By the standards of premium 4K TV it delivers admirably, with v...
Good Excellent color performance, Superb motion handling, Very good HDR delivery, Beautiful design, High peak brightness, Excellent gaming connectivity...
Bad Contrast could be better (but still very good), Not as bright as we'd hoped, Weak native speakers, Poor viewing angles, Curved build adds nothing to picture quality, The...
Bottom line We really like the Samsung Q7 QLED model 4K HDR TVs and consider their color delivery to be among the best we've ever seen in any HDR 4K TV so far. This applies to the Q7C and in general we really like this TV though we prefer the flat screen of its Q7F c...
79%
lcdtvbuyingguide.com
Updated:
2020-08-23 02:47:23
The QLED series from Samsung builds on the Premium UHD line MU9000 series by adding a wider color gamut via Quantum Dot film. It has excellent black levels and contrast and will capture the intended increased brightness and color of HDR content. The revie...
Good Contrast and Black Levels are excellent for an LED TV, Best in class color performance, Black Uniformity (no light coming through at corners), Dark Shadow Detail, Brighter than MU9000 due to Quantum layer, Clarity and depth from Ultra Clear panel, Strong...
Bad Side angle viewing angle contrast and saturation loss, AutoMotion Plus really highlights unnatural effects to 2D shows and movies, Expensive, Not as bright as some other HDR compatible TVs, Local Dimming from edge lit LEDs not very effective...
88%
whathifi.com
Updated:
2018-01-24 01:50:51
The QE49Q7F has everything going for it. Unlike its larger siblings in the Samsung QLED range, there's no OLED for it to be benchmarked against (OLEDs don't currently go smaller than 55in) and, at this stage in the annual TV cycle, it's been discounted ma...
Good Punchy, bright and vibrant pictures - particularly in HDR, Fabulous detail and definition, Great operating system, Excellent for gaming, Broad selection of apps...
Bad Iffy viewing angles, Can be beaten for motion, Sony rival is cheaper and more subtle...
Bottom line The QE49Q7F is an excellent TV, and almost the best in class - it falls just short of the Sony KD-49XE9005 for natural nuance, motion processing and viewing angles.It responds with a significantly slicker operating system, better styling and punchier pict...
100%
expertreviews.co.uk
Updated:
2018-01-24 01:50:51
The Samsung Q7F is a good-looking TV. The bezel is impressively slim for an LCD-based display, and a stylish brushed metal trim skims around the edge of the panel. The panel sits on a sturdy metal stand with an attractive chrome finish and cylindrical fee...
Good Excellent SDR picture quality especially in non-light-controlled room, Stunning colour rendition, Very low input lag for gaming...
Bad Limited viewing angles, Dark HDR scenes washed out and exhibit blooming/haloing, Pricier than competing TVs of similar size...
Bottom line Superb colour reproduction, great HDR and ultra-low input lag make for one of the best sub-50in TVs money can buy...
80%
expertreviews.co.uk
Updated:
2018-01-24 01:50:51
The Samsung Q7F is a good-looking TV. The bezel is impressively slim for an LCD-based display, and a stylish brushed metal trim skims around the edge of the panel. The panel sits on a sturdy metal stand with an attractive chrome finish and cylindrical fee...
Good Excellent SDR picture quality especially in non-light-controlled room, Stunning colour rendition, Very low input lag for gaming...
Bad Limited viewing angles, Dark HDR scenes washed out and exhibit blooming/haloing, Pricier than competing TVs of similar size...
Bottom line Superb colour reproduction, great HDR and ultra-low input lag make for one of the best sub-50in TVs money can buy...
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stuff.tv/my/
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2018-01-24 01:50:51
Finally, the time has come for us to answer the burning question of our age. No, not ‘What's the difference between chutney and pickle?'. What everyone really wants to know is ‘Is QLED really a match for OLED?'Samsung's certainly been talking a good game...
Good Lovely, thoughtful design, Fabulously punchy, detailed images, Superb for gaming, Great array and integration of streaming services...
Bad Doesn't go as black as OLED, Viewing angles aren't great, Standard-def looks pretty ropey...
Bottom line The Q7F proves that QLED is more than brazen marketing for old telly tech, and that deciding to buy a premium TV in 2017 doesn't mean buying an OLED by default. The punch and brightness on offer here is a long way above what you'd get from even the most e...
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stuff.tv
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2018-01-24 01:50:51
Finally, the time has come for us to answer the burning question of our age. No, not ‘What's the difference between chutney and pickle?'. What everyone really wants to know is ‘Is QLED really a match for OLED?'Samsung's certainly been talking a good game...
Good Lovely, thoughtful design, Fabulously punchy, detailed images, Superb for gaming, Great array and integration of streaming services...
Bad Doesn't go as black as OLED, Viewing angles aren't great, Standard-def looks pretty ropey...
Bottom line The Q7F proves that QLED is more than brazen marketing for old telly tech, and that deciding to buy a premium TV in 2017 doesn't mean buying an OLED by default. The punch and brightness on offer here is a long way above what you'd get from even the most e...
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pocket-lint.com
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2017-05-25 03:16:10
The flagship 2017 Samsung TVs carry the QLED name, a new branding for the company's top-tier tellies. QLED has been called many things, but there are two important things to consider: firstly, QLED is the third-generation of Quantum Dot; secondly the nami...
Good All-round 360-degree design, One Connect box keeps things clean, Invisible Cable does what it says, colour and HDR performance is impressive, connected apps and features...
Bad Some light bleed in blacks for extreme scenes due to bottom edge illumination only, price is fairly hight, power cable is far too short...
Bottom line Samsung's QLED adventure takes a step up over its flagship SUHD TVs from 2016. The interface is simplified, lightning fast and easy to use. The connectivity is good and the One Connect box is practical to keep everything looking cleaner. The choice of sta...
90%
trustedreviews.com
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2019-12-11 17:33:15
This mid-range 4K TV is a cost-effective way of getting into QLED, with a direct backlight and local dimming. A few corners have been cut to get the price down, but this doesn't impact on the excellent SDR and HDR performance, plus the smart system remain...
Good Great picture quality, Good HDR performance, Comprehensive smart platform, Incredibly low input lag...
Bad No Dolby Vision or Atmos support, Limited viewing angles...
Bottom line Verdict This mid-range 4K TV is a cost-effective way of getting into QLED, with a direct backlight and local dimming. A few corners have been cut to get the price down, but this doesn't impact on the excellent SDR and HDR performance, plus the smart syste...
90%
avforums.com
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2019-12-11 17:33:15
The Samsung Q70R is a new mid-range LCD TV from Samsung which falls under their QLED umbrella. As such, you should be aware that this is an LCD TV which uses quantum dots as part of its structure to create wider colours and is not a new TV technology like...
Good Excellent SDR accuracy, Consistent HDR picture quality, Superb gaming features, Excellent smart TV and OS system, Input lag of 13.7ms, Strong all round performance at the price point...
Bad No Dolby Vision compatibility, Slightly aggressive dimming / some black crush, SDR accuracy out of the box could be better, PQ EOTF tracking in Movie mode needs to be more accurate, Only 700nits peak brightness...
Bottom line There is no such thing as the perfect TV and each technology and model offers different pros and cons, which may or may not suit what you are looking for. At this level of the market, there are some big differences to the flagship models with some feature...
80%
techradar.com
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2019-12-11 17:33:15
Samsung's flagship Q90 QLED TV blew us away recently with its wider viewing angles, deeper blacks, and superior HDR images - sadly, however, not everyone can afford the flagship model. So what can Samsung offer for those wanting to experience QLED picture...
Good Excellent picture quality, Great HDR performance, Cutting-edge features, Comprehensive smart platform...
Bad No Dolby Vision, No Dolby Atmos support...
Bottom line The Samsung Q70 is a solid midrange model that offers a taste of QLED's potential without the higher price tag. The panel may lack the black filter and wider viewing angles of the pricier models, but it can still deliver a bright and punchy image.Moreover...
90%
gadgetynews.com
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2019-12-11 17:33:15
My regular HD TV-viewing has been thoroughly spoiled. The reason being that I have been living with a Samsung Q7F UHD 4K television.Just in time for the World Cup, my review loan of Samsung's top-flight telly arrived.The Samsung QLED tech is all set t...
Good Gorgeous looking telly, Single wire to screen, Brilliant colours, Great contrast, Decent audio...
Bad OLED still wins with blackest blacks...
Bottom line The Samsung Q7 is truly impressive. It is also good to have such an excellent alternative to OLED too. Brightness and colour are outstanding, with top-notch blacks and motion handling. Audio output is surprisingly good too!True, if your viewing is mostly...
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techradar.com
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2019-12-11 17:33:15
Samsung's 2017 QLED TVs were a showcase for what metallic quantum dots could do for 4K HDR TVs. And while we can all agree that those TVs were bright, bold and beautiful, they were missing some essential components that made rival sets perform even better...
Good Minimalist appearance, Startling color accuracy, Great for daytime viewing...
Bad Edge-Lit VA panel, Limited viewing angles, Motion handling...
Bottom line While Samsung's Q7FN is one of the better screens available this year, it's not quite the pinnacle of QLED technology - that honor is reserved for the Q9FN. The Q7FN is a great compromise between price and performance offering a bright screen, three forms...
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techadvisor.co.uk
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2019-12-11 17:33:15
Samsung's Q7FN is a couple of rungs down from the very top of the 2018 ladder, but still benefits from a QLED panel among other treats. Put simply, QLED is Samsung's technology that offers OLED-like colours with the high brightness levels that only LED TV...
Bottom line Compared to an equivalent OLED TV, Samsung's Q7FN looks like good value. Its high brightness means HDR content looks fantastic, and you don't need to draw the curtains when it's bright and sunny.There are plenty of other benefits, too, including the separ...
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avforums.com
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2019-12-11 17:33:25
The Q7 is Samsung's entry level model in their QLED range of 4K TVs and comes in two versions, the Q7F which has a flat screen and the Q7C which is curved. Although QLED isn't a new technology, it's actually an LCD panel that uses edge LED backlighting, i...
Good High peak brightness, Effective local dimming on SDR, Wide colour gamut, Very low input lag, Simple setup and operation, Excellent feature set, Good design and build quality...
Bad Local dimming struggles on HDR, Narrow optimal viewing angle...
Bottom line The Samsung Q7 is certainly a very capable TV and for those who are interested in buying a QLED model but find the price of the Q8 a bit steep, it makes for an ideal alternative. The Q7F has all of Samsung's usual flair, with an attractive design and a de...
80%
stuff.tv/my/
Updated:
2019-12-11 17:33:25
OLED TVs might be the hot new thing in tellyland, but Samsung is betting big on its decision to stick with its tried-and-tested LCD technology, cunningly rebranded as the distinctly OLED-sounding 'QLED'.We've only tested one QLED set so far, the QE49Q7F...
Good Bright, vibrant picture, Crisp and detailed, Great, easy-to-use smart TV interface, Attractive design...
Bad Forgoes black levels for brightness, Motion is hard to get right, Narrow viewing angle for best picture...
Bottom line As much as Samsung wants to claim that its QLED TVs can give OLED a run for its money, the QE55Q7F instead runs its own race entirely. And that's not a bad thing.For all of OLED's brilliant deep blacks, the Q7F responds with unrivalled brightness, creatin...
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reviewed.com
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2019-12-11 17:33:25
For the last few years, Samsung has had a clear design mantra: TVs should look good from "every angle." And the Q7F delivers. From its hyper-minimalist stand and silvery bezels to the textured, high-quality plastic on the rear chassis, the Q7F looks good...
Bottom line Yes—if you want a truly premium HDR experience, and don't mind paying for it.The Q7F is an extremely impressive TV, and easily one of the best HDR series to come along so far. But that functionality comes at a price. The 55-inch will set you back about $2...
91%
trustedreviews.com
Updated:
2019-12-11 17:33:25
Welcome to Samsung's 2017 VIP table. Here you'll find the QLED series, which replaces last year's SUHD range at the top end. The QLED series is a three-strong lineup made up of the Q9, Q8, and Q7. We've already tested the Q9 – read our Samsung QE65Q9FAM...
Good Bright with lovely colours, Strong contrast, Premium build and design, External connections box...
Bad Occasional lighting issues, Expensive...
Bottom line QLED proves that the battle for HDR dominance is far from over. If you love colour and brightness, check it out...
90%
tomsguide.com
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2017-08-28 03:46:19
If there were an award for "most improved" in the big-screen-TV category, Samsung's 65-inch Q7F would be the winner. The 4K HDR (high dynamic range) set builds on the company's older and already impressive KS9000 model with better viewing angles and impro...
Good Sleek "360 design" with minimal wire, Great detailed 4K imag, Better brightnes, Improved viewing angles...
Bad Lacks deep black, Does not support Dolby Vision...
Bottom line Samsung continues to improve its top-of-the-line 65-inch set, which boasts a balanced picture that can reveal details even in the dark corners of images. The Samsung Q7F still cannot deliver the inky blacks of LG's E7 or Sony's A1E OLED TVs, but it costs...
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4k.com
Updated:
2019-12-11 17:33:15
There is a ton to like about the Samsung Q70R, and this applies especially for buyers who have never before owned a premium 4K ultra HD TV with HDR before. This edition delivers strong performance on nearly every important metric of performance and is als...
86%
topnewreview.com
Updated:
2019-12-11 17:33:15
4K LED TV with edge lighting, local dimming and QLED technologyEntry-level QLED TV from SamsungSamsung UE55MU9000; LG OLED55B7SAMSUNG'S FIRST WAVES of QLED TVs haven't proved quite the all-conquering heroes I'd hoped for.Their pre-launch pro...
Good Awesomely bright, vibrant images, Detailed and very sharp indeed, Neat, attractive design, Smart and simple to use, Excellent for gaming...
Bad Sacrifices black performance for vibrancy, Poor viewing angles, Motion isn't perfect...
Bottom line When it comes to a TV to go into a room that's typically fairly bright, Samsung's QE55Q7F is pretty much in a class of its own...
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