Samsung QE55Q90T features a 55-inch 4K QLED 4K QLED screen and features an all-new Samsung Quantum Processor 4K that supports both Quantum HDR 2000 and HDR10 + Standard.
Just a glance
If you’re in the market for a top of the line 4k TV, The Samsung QE55Q90T lineup has always been a good place to look.
and This 55 inch 90T is $1,999, and that’s $1,000 less than the Q9 TR was last year.
the Samsung QE55Q90T is pretty black, in fact it shaves off a little bit of shadow detail to get the inky blackness, but it’s impressive, definitely one of the things that Samsung has perfected over the years now.
It’s using a special layer which both improves black levels and increases off angle viewing, so that you don’t lose so much of the colour and contrast when you’re off to the side.
and it has a very bad screen and it’s supposed to be uniform only gray, and as you can see, it absolutely is not in fact it’s pretty bad, I don’t recall the last time I saw a Samsung that had this issue.
but it’s very bright 1500 nits was what it maxed out at, and that was with a full white window.
The input lag is super low, about 10-10 and 1/2 milliseconds in game mode, and it does support free sync.
- Corking image quality of any content standard
- Excellent for gamers
- Class-leading user interface
- The sound is nothing special
- There is no Dolby Vision
|Review Price: £1999|
|Tizen user interface|
|Front Colour Carbon Silver|
|Screen Size Diagonal|
|140cm / 55″ Inch|
The Samsung QE55Q90T TV has a resolution of 3840 x 2160 for an entry-level, and the screen has millions of pixels lit from the back using a complete local dimming arrangement, which is divided into just over 100 areas that can be controlled on an individual basis. That’s not a lot, it is said, but it should be enough to give the Samsung QE55Q90T a chance to offer good levels of control in bright as well as dark contrast and levels of detail.
As for image performance and quality, Samsung has enhanced image performance in several different ways, as there is HDR compatibility with HLG (for broadcast TV), HDR10 and HDR10 + dynamic metadata.
One of the defining features of Samsung TVs is the integration of some impressive artificial intelligence and machine learning algorithms, as it was first applied in the giant 75Q950TS 8K to give the Samsung QE55Q90T the best chance to upgrade materials under 4K.
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As for the Q90T’s wireless connectivity, there is dual-band Wi-Fi and Bluetooth 4.2, which would cover most wireless possibilities such as cell phones.
As for the inputs and ports, there are four HDMI inputs, one of which is compatible with eARC, and the four are all with approximately “HDMI 2.1” specifications.
And if you want to get a new console for PlayStation 5 or Xbox Series X, you can rest assured, the Samsung QE55Q90T is ready to make the most of it as it has the “4K / 120Hz” standard.
There are also two inputs, a USB 2.0 slot, a CI card slot, an Ethernet jack and a digital optical out.
As for OLED thinnest, it isn’t dusty, and QLED can’t compete with it.
The QLED screen relies on a group of special LED lights to illuminate the pixels in its LCD panel,
and these lights led to a screen depth of 35 mm unnoticeable.
This is considerably less bulky than any number of alternative LCD / LED designs,
but it is not a skinny OLED, and that’s likely enough to turn off some potential customers.
Elsewhere, though, the Samsung QE55Q90T is a discreet design that is actually very sophisticated, elegant, and in keeping with the current era.
There is a metallic frame surrounding the screen, which is fairly short and touchable and has a nice finish.
The screen also has an elegant design and a reasonable size,
but it is very huge. As much as a TV can truly claim to have a design
when all it wants is a lot of screens and as little of everything else as possible
the Samsung QE55Q90T ticks all the right boxes.
The Samsung QE55Q90T delivers believable color, thanks to the epic levels of detail that Samsung can glean from the source materials, and all of this hangs together even if some of the most testing types of motion occur on screen, offers superb motion control and sumptuous levels of various details.
As for disturbing image noise, it is basically non-existent, even in scenes with bright uniforms and vivid colors, but the image noise remains minimal and the colors remain compelling. Samsung has proven a lot easier to upgrade in its ranges for 2020 so far, and the Q90T is as good as any of them.
As for the performance, it is excellent even when viewing at a poor angle or in sunny or bright rooms.
The anti-reflective and “ultra-wide angle” feature of the screen has durability,
but despite that if the sun is shining directly and intensely on the Samsung QE55Q90T screen,
you will not enjoy Completely with the performance of guts you might otherwise expect.
As for the sound quality, it has a system with a capacity of 60 watts, and there is also a degree of flatness in the sound that makes it much less luxurious than the accompanying images, but you should consider purchasing a mandatory amplifier.
90T TV has digital optical outputs and eARC compatibility for a reason.
But Samsung has also equipped the 90T with an eight driver and 60W audio system.
It also has amplifiers located and arranged in the bottom, sides,
and top of the TV body in what the company calls a “4.2.2” arrangement.
The Samsung QE55Q90T is a high performance TV that is very interesting in terms of features and features.
It has significantly more natural balance and better movement, and has a much improved sound system.
It’s also considered more stable with nearly everything you watch and pop-up photos in a way that OLEDs still can’t match.
It also contains the best operating systems, most package and precision in terms of applications, and a set of features that will make it suitable and suitable for many years to come.