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Samsung QN900C review 2023: an outstanding 8K TV

In today's 4K world, the QN900C 8K TV is a great buy because it has a great picture and great upscaling.

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Samsung QN900C review

While Samsung may have had trouble convincing people to upgrade to 8K, its TVs have consistently wowed in terms of pure picture quality, offering a wider variety of across-the-board improvements over the finest of Samsung’s 4K TVs. Can the Samsung QE75QN900C make the most of the 8K difference when compared to Samsung’s top 4K Mini LED TV this year.

The QN95C, which features such a significant upgrade over their predecessors. The Samsung QE75QN900C retails for £6,799 in the United Kingdom but only $6,299 in the United States. I’m not sure why this particular model in Samsung’s lineup has such a significant pricing variation between territories, but it’s not helping the UK’s inflation stats.

Samsung QN900C Specifications

Display TypeQLED
Screen Size90 inches
Resolution8K (7680 x 4320 pixels)
Smart TV PlatformTizen
ProcessorQuantum Processor 8K
AudioObject Tracking Sound+, Dolby Atmos
ConnectivityWi-Fi, Bluetooth, HDMI, USB, Ethernet
Dimensions80.2 x 46.0 x 1.2 inches (without stand)
Weight132.3 lbs (60 kg)

1. Samsung QN900C: Design

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Samsung QN900C review

The Samsung QN900C keeps the company’s Infinity One design, with a sleek look, a screen with no bezels, and a body that is surprisingly thin. Overall, the build quality is great, and there’s no doubt that this is a flagship TV that proudly sits at the top of the brand’s 2023 lineup.

The solid stand gives strong support and only needs a narrow surface to be installed. You can also put the TV on the wall with Samsung’s Slim Fit or a standard VESA bracket. A neat approach is to only use one cable to connect the TV to the One Connect box.

There are four HDMI ports on the One Connect box, and one of them supports eARC. All of them can handle 8K/60Hz, 4K/144Hz, VRR (variable refresh rate), and ALLM (auto low-latency mode). This makes the QN900C perfect for next-gen gamers who want to get the most out of their new systems. You can buy this Samsung QN900C from its official website

2. Samsung QN900C: Usability

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All of Samsung’s TVs will come with the same form of the Solar Cell remote that is easier to use. It’s not a great high-end controller, but it’s better for the world because it’s made from recycled plastic and charges its batteries with solar power and wireless signals.

Even though the device is a bit small and fiddly, it is easy to use. It has most of the buttons you need and links to Netflix, Prime Video, and Disney+. It’s easy to use with one hand because it’s easy to hold and everything is in the right spot.

3. Samsung QN900C: Image Quality

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The Samsung QN900C is a top-notch TV that gives you great pictures on a big screen, whether you’re watching SDR or HDR material. And because of the Filmmaker mode, these pictures are very exact and stay true to the artist’s original vision.

Even though there isn’t much native 8K content, Samsung’s excellent image processing makes great use of the panel’s 33 million pixels to create big-screen pictures with a lot of detail that look great no matter what the original resolution of the content was.

4. Samsung QN900C: Sound quality

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The QN900C is one of the few televisions on the market that really produces high-quality sound, putting the necessity of purchasing a separate sound system into question. The larger soundstage that is created by the 6.2.4-channel speaker arrangement fills the wall behind the television, which provides the sound with a presence that is proportionate to the size of the screen.

Increasing the height of the environment has a significant impact, and the incorporation of Object Tracking Sound Pro results in a more captivating auditory experience. The noises are given actual power thanks to the 90W of amplification, and it is evident that the sounds move in sync with what is happening on the screen.

5. Final Words

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The Samsung QE75QN900C may be an 8K television, but the remarkable picture quality and amazing upscaling make it an excellent purchase in the 4K world we live in today as well.

6. Samsung QN900C review: The good and The bad

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The Good

  1. Spectacularly bright, colorful pictures
  2. Gorgeous ‘Infinity’ design

The Bad

  1. It’s expensive


What is the peak brightness of QN900C?

And secondly, the QN900C had the highest peak brightness of any TV we’ve tested in recent memory. It reached a peak luminance of 2,433.6 nits in a 10% window, which was much higher than Samsung’s own S95C OLED (1374.3 nits) and left LG’s C2 OLED (794 nits) in the dark ages.

Is 8K worth it over 4K?

But there is no doubt that 8K has more depth and clearer images than 4K. Right now, if you want the best picture quality, you should think about 8K more than any other resolution (unless you’re going to buy an IMAX theater).

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