Hands on: Samsung Q9FN QLED TV (QN65Q9FN) Review

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The Samsung Q9FN is your brand-new 4KTV you need to purchase if you’d like a top notch 65-inch or even 75-inch QLED television. Its contrast ratio is beginning to approach that of OLED screens, and it is all thanks for the FALD display. Its sleek almost cable-free layout and fresh Ambient Mode are aesthetically pleasing, although the purchase price is difficult to swallow.

The Samsung Q9FN is easily the most remarkable new QLED TV you are able to purchase and the 2nd greatest 4K screen we watched at its First Appearance event beside the rough 146-inch MicroLED TV that Samsung has suitably dubbed The Wall.

Together with HDR10+ and Q HDR EliteMax — exactly what Samsung invoices as its greatest High Dynamic Range experience that is exclusive to the Q9FN — that functions as the organization’s flagship 4KTV for 2018.

Its over-the-top visual functionality is coupled with each the hallmark features you will find on the marginally more affordable Q8FN, Q7FN and Q6FN, sets which lack its own Q HDR EliteMax and extreme local dimming perks.

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Samsung’s enhanced one-cable solution today supplies both A/V and electricity in what the organization says is the ‘invisible’ cable (it is just amazingly thin). Its neighboring mode aids the set mix in with your own wall at a low-power state rather than turning off it.

The Samsung Q9FN includes large, bright and beautiful, and it is sufficient to rival OLED televisions which have wowed us with greater contrast ratio and deeper blacks. Could it be the ideal TV for youpersonally? Let us dive into it the initial impressions.

Cost and release date

The Samsung Q9FN QLED TV will be pricey at any dimension. It begins shipping on March 25 at the Usa.

The 75-inch Q9FN is not readily available to purchase just yet. Regrettably, there is no more economical 55-inch Q9FN dimensions having a more tempting cost.

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That is another purchase on other versions.

Layout

The Q9FN takes on Samsung’s endless design ethos that lowers the thin bezels into the stage that you are only seeing what is on the display, not the deflecting frame.

It is just like a super-sized Galaxy S9 using Samsung’s unmistakable ‘Infinity Screen’ The business also integrates what it requires a 360 layout, just if that you wish to marvel in the Tough back. That is aesthetically pleasing too, riding the tv of a simple industrial appearance in back.

Samsung packs the Q9FN using its Gap Wall Mount which creates the lanky bezel seem like you are staring in a floating film all day. However, you can become ever artsier with all the stands: The Studio Stand sets the tv on a major easel, while the Gravity Stand allows you to swivel the TV on which resembles a slick upside down metal funnel. Both are different purchases.