We continue our review of the new range of QLED televisions with the Samsung QLED Q75T, a model that is sure to become a sales success. Why? Because Samsung’s 7 series offers similar features to the higher range models, but at a much more affordable price. The Samsung Q75T is a TV with quantum dot technology, Dual LED panel, Quantum Processor 4K and support for HDR10+ images.
All this is offered in a beautiful design with very narrow frames. It also has some of the new audio features that Samsung has implemented this year and, of course, with the Tizen operating system and all its advantages. Want to know more about the Samsung QLED Q75T? We go over its features in-depth.
Samsung QLED Q75T Features
|Diagonal||55 and 65 inches|
|Resolution and technology||4K UHD, Quantum Dot, HDR10 +, Ultimate UHD Dimming|
|Panel type||LED with Dual LED technology|
|Processor||Quantum Processor 4K|
|Operating system||Tizen OS|
|Sound||2 speakers, 20W, Dolby, Active Voice Amplifier, Adaptive Sound +|
|Connections||4 x HDMI, eARC, 2 x USB 2.0, Ethernet, Optical|
|Wireless connectivity||WiFi 802.11ac, Bluetooth 4.2|
|Support||T-type Center Low|
Ambient Mode +
Real Game Enhancer +
|Dimensions (with base)||55 inches: 123 x 78.9 x 26.4 cm|
65 inches: 145 x 91.2 x 30.7 cm
|Weight (with base)||55 inches: 19.2 kg|
65 inches: 24.8 kg
|Release date||In the next weeks|
|Price||55 inches: 1,300 euros ($1411 in direct conversion)|
65 inches: 1,600 euros ($1737 in direct conversion)
Dual LED Technology and Quantum Dot
The Samsung QLED Q75T is an entry model to the Korean manufacturer’s QLED range, so it does not have a Direct Full Array lighting system.
However, this year Samsung has provided this range with a new system. It is called Dual LED, a new LED backlight technology with a warm and cold light that adjusts the color to suit the content. This system is intended to make the TV capable of displaying purer whites and brighter colors, as well as having better contrast and a better viewing angle.
To this, we must add the well-known Quantum Dot technology, which is capable of displaying 100% of the volume of color at any brightness level. On the other hand, the Quantum Processor 4K uses Artificial Intelligence to analyze the input source and improve the image and sound quality of any content.
The Samsung QLED Q75T also features Adaptive Picture, a system that adjusts the brightness and intensity of the image automatically when it detects variations in lighting. This allows you to enjoy the best picture quality no matter what time of day or what content you’re watching.
As for HDR, the Q75T supports the HDR10+ dynamic HDR system, just like the other Samsung models. And just like the Samsung Q95T, it includes the Real Game Enhancer+, a series of features that enhance the gaming experience with the TV. These include FreeSync (VRR) to prevent picture jolts and Dynamic Black Equalizer for clear visibility even in dark scenes.
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Stylish Design, Improved Sound, and Feature-rich Smart TV
The Samsung QLED range is characterized by its simple but very elegant design. The Q75T has a slim and minimalist design, with very small frames and a black rear with a cable management system also very simple. To support the TV in a cabinet has a metallic T-shaped base that goes quite unnoticed.
And if you prefer to hang the TV, you can use the Ambient Mode system so that the TV integrates into the decoration of your home in a natural way. With this function, instead of seeing a black screen, you can enjoy images adapted to your style of decoration. All this is easily configured from your mobile phone.
Despite being one of the most economical QLED models, the Q75T comes equipped with an Active Voice Amplifier. This is a new system that adjusts the volume when it detects any ambient sound, amplifying the voices in the scene so that the conversation is transmitted clearly.
The Samsung QLED Q75T also comes equipped with the best of Samsung’s Smart TV system. Using the One Remote control you can control almost any device, from the set-top box to the game console.
It also features the Universal Guide, a system that allows us to easily access a selection of custom content from almost all the streaming apps installed on the TV.
And, as it has become almost indispensable, the Samsung QLED Q75T comes with all the voice assistants integrated into the TV: Google Assistant, Bixby and Alexa. With the remote, you can control them all.
The new MultiView system has also been implemented, which divides the TV screen into two and projects our mobile on it. This way, we can be watching TV and at the same time, we can play what we want on our mobile device.
And, like the rest of the models in the range, the Samsung QLED Q75T also has SmartThings. Samsung’s Smart Home system allows us to connect the TV with IoT devices and sensors so we can turn on the lights, check what’s inside the fridge and even start the washing machine directly from the sofa.
To all this, we must add the availability of virtually any application we can imagine. Samsung has been creating alliances with service companies for many years and that is why in Tizen we can find all the apps we need. Even some that are exclusive to this system.
Price and Availability
Samsung has not yet confirmed the launch date of this model, but considering that the senior models will be out in a few days, the Q75T should not take long to reach the market.
At the moment we have the Samsung QLED Q75T available in 55 and 65 inches, with a price of 1,300 euros ($1,411 after conversion) and 1,600 euros (1737 after conversion) respectively.
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