Samsung Q70T QLED Flat Smart TV

Samsung Q70T QLED Flat Smart TV

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Samsung Q70T QLED Flat Smart TV

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Samsung Q70T QLED Flat Smart TV Specifications

TV Type :   QLED TV
Screen size :   65"
Dimensions :   1230.1 x 705.9 x 57.4‎‎‎ (55") 1449.6 x 829.3 x 57.6‎ (65") ‎1675.4 x 959.6 x 60.4‎‎ (75") 1896.3 x 1082.5 x 59.9‎‎ (85")
Weight :   17.2 (55") 22.3‎ kg (65") 36 kg (75") 47.5‎ kg (85")
Display Technology :   Quantum Dot LCD
Viewing Angle :   Ultra Viewing Angle
Screen Resolution :   3840 x 2160
Lighting System :   Backlit LED
HDR Compatibility :   HDR10 HDR10+ Hybrid Log Gamma
Video System :   NTSC
TV Tuner :   ATSC 3.0
Input Ports :   1 x HDMI Type A (HDMI 2.1) 3 x HDMI Type A (RF Antenna) 1 x Belling-Lee (PAL) (RF Antenna)
Output Ports :   1 x TOSLINK Optical (Digital Audio)
Bluetooth :   Bluetooth 4.2
USB Ports :   2 x USB 2.0 (Audio - Photo - Video)
Speaker Power :   20 W
Virtual Assistant Support :   Amazon Alexa Google Assistant Samsung Bixby
Operating System :   Tizen
Date Added :   February 2022

Samsung Q70T QLED Flat Smart TV Description

The Samsung Q70/Q70T QLED is a good all-around 4k TV from Samsung's 2020 QLED lineup. It delivers good performance for most uses and comes with some extra features like variable refresh rate (VRR) support to reduce screen tearing in games. The TV has a high 120Hz refresh rate and an okay response time. There's a Black Frame Insertion feature to help reduce motion blur. It also has an incredibly low input lag, making for a responsive gaming experience. The TV uses a VA panel with a fantastic contrast ratio and remarkable black uniformity, producing deep inky blacks even though it lacks a local dimming feature. Unfortunately, it has poor viewing angles, so the image looks washed out from the side, but this is typical of TVs with VA panels. While it gets bright enough to combat glare and has decent reflection handling for well-lit rooms, it can't get bright enough to deliver a truly satisfying HDR experience.