The Samsung Q9F QLED TV is one of the latest product off Samsung’s QLED line of TV set which has been subject of many news and hype in the display / TV world. QLED TVs are actually LED and LCD TVs but with better and more improved quality, deep blacks, breathtaking HD images in 4K, richer colours, and overall performance which have been beefed up using the Quantum Dot technology. Hence the name ‘QLED’.
Aside from the slim and beautiful aesthetic properties of the Samsung Q9F, the QLED TV comes with a bunch of features that is aimed at easing usage of the TV. Before anything else, have a peek at some of the features of the Samsung flagship TV for 2017.
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Samsung Q9F QLED TV Features
- Screen Size: 65-inch, 75-inch, and 88-inch
- Resolution: 3840 x 2160
- Dimensions (with stand WxHxD): 65.9 x 39.2 x 12.8 in
- Dimensions (without stand): 65.9 x 37.8 x 1 in
- Weight with Stand: 94.4 lbs (42.8 kg)
- Weight without Stand: 91.9 lbs (41.7 kg)
- Contrast Enhancer
- Auto Motion Plus
- Film Mode
- Natural Mode Support
- Peak Illuminator Ultimate
- Audio: Dolby Digital Plus
- DTS Codec
- Sound Output (RMS): 60 W
- Speaker Type: 4.2 Ch
- Woofer: Multiroom Link
- Voice Interaction: US English, Spanish, French
- TV Plus: Yes (US only, App)
- Web Browser
- Samsung Connect
- Smart View
- TV to Mobile – Mirroring
- Mobile to TV – Mirroring, DLNA
- 360 Video Player
- Bluetooth Low Energy
- WiFi Direct
- Front Colour: Charcoal Black
- Stand Type: Simple Stand
- Instant On
- Processor: Quad-Core
- One Connect (Jack)
- One Connect Optical
- Digital Clean View
- Auto Channel Search
- Auto Power Off
- Connect Share (HDD)
- ConnectShare™ (USB 2.0)
- Embeded POP
- Game Mode
- OSD Language: English, Spanish, French
- BT HID Built-in
- USB HID Support
- IPv6 Support (US)
- Ultra Clean View
- Eco Sensor
- Ports (Input & Output)
- HDMI: 4
- USB: 3
- Ethernet (LAN)
- HDMI Quick Switch
- Wireless LAN Built-in
The Q9F flagship TV isn’t ultra slim and it is quite heavy but its design is sleek and catches the eye quick enough. There are three different sizes of the flagship TV: a 65- and 75-inch model that weighs 66 pounds and 94 pounds respectively. The third models is the biggest; is sized 88-inch and weighs over a hundred pounds.
One other thing to admire about the Q9F is the TV’s easy setup and clean installation. From the easily installable legs that helps hides the TV cables perfectly, to the virtually invisible fiber optics audio and visual cables, tiny bezels, and custom wall mount, one can’t help but laud Samsung’s effort at making the Q9F look more like a big slab with screen glued to the wall.
Speaking of walls, the Samsung Q9F QLED TV has an “Ambient Mode” feature which mimics the wall pattern on which the TV is placed when you aren’t watching the TV, instead of an empty black screen. This can be achieved by either taking a photo of the wall or wallpaper or wall paint(work) around/behind the TV so that when you aren’t watching, only the super-slim bezel will be visible while blank display takes up your wall pattern or paint colour.
You can crank up the brightness level of the Ambient Mode without the fear of racking up excess charges on your electricity bill as Samsung says the features is designed to consume only little amount of electricity.
If you don’t want the Q9F screen blank when you the TV isn’t displaying anything and aren’t excited by the Ambient Mode either, you can set the screen to display some other information like weather forecast.
For gaming, the Q9F comes with a built-in “Auto Game Mode” that switches the display to a (fast responding) Game picture mode can automatically detect when it detects that a user is playing a game on the TV either on a console or on a built-in game app.
Other interesting features of the Samsung Q9F QLED TV include support for mobile and smart home integration via the Samsung SmartThings app, Bixby Voice assistant support, and a Universal Guide that allows you browse through a collection of streaming and TV apps.
The display quality of the Q9F QLED TV is one of the most improved feature of the appliance as image and pictures come out clean and crisp like that of OLED TVs. Although, it cannot achieve the pitch black level of an OLED display, it sure does come really close despite being a LED TV.
In fact, the Q9F QLED TV can be safely said to have the display quality of an OLED TV, minus the drawbacks (like burn-in, poor display wuality in well lit environment, and colour degradation) that accompanies OLED TVs. In dark rooms, the image and colour quality isn’t as good as that of OLED but in well-lit rooms, it leaves OLED in the dust.
Samsung Q9F QLED Price
The 65-inch model of the Samsung Q9F QLED TV sells for roughly $3,500 on Samsung’s official website while the 75-inch models will cost you $2,000 extra leaving the price at $5,500. The 88-inch model, of course, is the most expensive model with a retail price of $20,000.
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