If nothing goes wrong, in a couple of weeks the first buyers of Samsung’s new QLED TVs will start receiving their devices. In Techidence, we are making a review of the features of the new QLED models that will arrive this year so that, if you are thinking of acquiring one, you can be sure that you will receive it. Today it is the turn of the Samsung QLED Q95T, the top-of-the-range model with 4K resolution.
Following a similar design to the Samsung Q90R, we have some interesting new features. Without a doubt, the most notable is the reduction of the frames, which is even more pronounced. The QLED Q95T has a virtually invisible frame design, making it ideal for hanging on the wall and going completely unnoticed if placed, for example, besides a picture gallery.
It also has some of the best technical features a TV can have. For example, it’s equipped with Direct Full Array Plus lighting, has HDR2000, a new sound system with major improvements, the One Connect system with a single cable and the latest version of Tizen OS with all the applications we can imagine. All of this at a price that, without being affordable, is even better than last year’s top-of-the-line model. Let’s see what the new Samsung QLED Q95T has to offer.
Samsung QLED Q95T Features
|Diagonal||55, 65 and 75 inches|
|Resolution and technology||4K UHD, Quantum Dot, HDR10 +, HDR 2000, Ultimate UHD Dimming Pro|
|Panel type||Direct Full Array Plus|
|Processor||Quantum Processor 4K|
|Operating system||Tizen OS|
|Sound||4.2.2 system, 60W, Dolby, Object Tracking Sound (OTS), Active Voice Amplifier, Q-Symphony|
|Connections||4 x HDMI, 2 x USB 2.0, Ethernet, Optical|
|Wireless connectivity||WiFi 802.11ac, Bluetooth 4.2|
|Support||Rectangular central base|
Ambient Mode +
Real Game Enhancer +
|Dimensions (with base)||55 inches: 122.7 x 79.5 x 23.5 mm|
65 inches: 144.6 x 91.9 x 28.5 mm
75 inches: 167 x 104.9 x 31.8 mm
|Weight (with base)||55 inches: 24.1 kg|
65 inches: 33.1 kg
75 inches: 48. kg
|Release date||Between the end of March and the beginning of April|
|Price||55 inches: $2,200|
65 inches: $2,800
75 inches: $4,400
The Best 4K Image Quality
As a top-of-the-range model, the Samsung QLED Q95T comes equipped with the manufacturer’s best imaging technology. On the one hand, there is the Direct Full Array Plus lighting system, which improves the color intensity and sharpness of detail thanks to the panel’s backlighting. This results in much deeper blacks than TVs with Edge LED illumination, as well as a higher contrast.
It is also equipped with HDR2000, which means the TV is capable of reaching brightness peaks of up to 2000 nits. This improves the color intensity and sharpness of detail when playing back HDR images. And speaking of HDR, the Q95T supports the HDR10+ dynamic HDR system.
On the other hand, to make all kinds of content look good, the Samsung QLED Q95T uses an Artificial Intelligence system to scale any image to 4K resolution. Also, the Adaptive Picture system adjusts brightness and intensity automatically when it detects variations in lighting, also using AI.
And since many of us like bigger TVs, it’s good to know that the Q95T has the Ultra Viewing Angle system. This maintains the purity and intensity of the colors no matter where you’re watching the picture.
Added to this is the well-known Quantum Dot technology, which allows QLED televisions to display 100% of their color volume.
And this year there is also Real Game Enhancer+, a new special Game Mode that takes advantage of FreeSync technology (VRR) for smooth gameplay and the Dynamic Black Equalizer system for clear visibility in dark scenes.
Audio System Takes a Step Forward
This year Samsung wanted to improve the audio system of its QLED televisions. To do so, they have implemented several new features, both in terms of audio processing and equipment.
The Samsung QLED Q95T is equipped with a 4.2.2 channel system. These are not uplinked audio channels, but speakers placed in different areas of the TV for wider sound.
In addition to expanding the number of speakers, Samsung has incorporated a system called Active Voice Amplifier. This automatically adjusts the volume when it detects any ambient sound, amplifying the voices in the scene so that the conversation is transmitted clearly.
On the other hand, there is the Q Symphony system, which works when you connect a Samsung soundbar such as the HW-Q90R. This system uses your TV’s speakers, along with the sound bar’s front, side and top fire speakers, to create a much wider surround sound experience.
Tizen, One Remote, and other usual Refinements
Samsung’s high-end TVs have reached a really interesting point of maturity. The Q95T has a slim and elegant design, with a minimalist style that gives the panel all the prominence.
It comes equipped with the One Connect system, ensuring that only one cable runs from the TV to the external junction box. It also features the One Remote Control, a sleek and discreet remote that is capable of controlling virtually any device we connect to the TV via HDMI.
And, of course, the latest version of the Tizen operating system is not missing. A system that has been on the market for many years and has almost any application we can imagine. It also includes the Universal Guide, the new MultiView system for viewing two screens at once, the most popular voice assistants and the Samsung SmartThings system. All perfectly integrated.
Price and Availability
The new Samsung TVs will be on the market very soon. The Samsung QLED Q95T will be available on March 31st in 55 and 65 inches. If you want the 75-inch model you will have to wait until April 11th.
The official prices with which the new models will arrive are these:
- 55 inches: $2,200
- 65 inches: $2,800
- 75 inches: $4,400
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