|Item Weight||104 pounds|
|Product Dimensions||66 x 13.9 x 41.3 inches|
|Item model number||QN75Q70TAFXZA|
|Batteries||2 AAA batteries required.|
|Is Discontinued By Manufacturer||No|
|Specification Met||Energy Star|
|Special Features||Works with Google Assistant/Alexa; Ambient Mode; Eco Sensor; Auto Power Off, Quantum Processor 4K; Quantum HDR; Dual LED; 100% Color Volume with Quantum Dot|
SAMSUNG 75-inch Class QLED Q70T Series - 4K UHD Dual LED Quantum HDR Smart TV with Alexa Built-in (QN75Q70TAFXZA, 2020 Model)
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|Mounting Type||Can be wall mounted|
|Connections||Wireless, Bluetooth, USB, Ethernet, HDMI|
About this item
- QUANTUM PROCESSOR 4K: This powerful processor uses deep learning AI to transform everything you watch into stunning 4K.
- MOTION RATE 240: Minimizes motion blur on screen, so action-packed movies and sports stay smooth and crisp. Native refresh rate: 120Hz
- AMBIENT MODE+: Blends into your space by turning a blank screen into enticing visuals or at-a-glance info.Maximum Power Consumption:270
- QUANTUM HDR: Expands the range of color and detail beyond what's possible on HDTVs.
- DUAL LED: A system of dedicated warm and cool LED backlights enhance contrast details.
- ALEXA BUILT-IN: Ask more from your TV. Just ask Alexa to open apps, change the channel, search for movies and shows , play music, control your smart home devices and more. To talk to Alexa, press and hold the mic button on your remote. If you have hands-free enabled just say, "Alexa" and ask a question.
- Dimensions w/o Stand(WxHxD): 66" x 37.8" x 2.4" | Dimensions w/ Stand(WxHxD): 66" x 41.3" x 13.9" | Stand Size(WxHxD): 3.1" x 9.2" x 13.9"
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Billions of colors in motion
Equipped with Quantum Dot Technology, this TV unleashes a massive spectrum of a billion shades of color. It even looks great when you’re not watching at all, thanks to Ambient Mode +.
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¹The range of Quantum HDR claims luminance based on internal testing standards and is subject to change according to viewing environment or specific conditions. Screen images simulated
²QLED televisions can produce 100% Color Volume in the DCI-P3 color space, the format for most cinema screens and HDR movies for television.
³Feature availability may vary by game console. Excludes FreeSync on 49” and below Samsung TVs.
⁴Background feature accuracy may vary based on TV location and is dependent on wall designs, patterns and/or colors. SmartThings app on a mobile device (Android, iOS) is required for some functionality. App features may be limited at launch; please continue to check for updates.
⁵Remote color and design may vary by model. 2019 Disney and its related entities.
⁶Content services may vary by regions and are subject to change without notifications.
⁷Bixby voice command recognizes English (U.S.), Mandarin Chinese and Korean. Not all accents, dialects and expressions are recognized. The list of features that can be controlled by voice commands via Bixby will continue to expand. Mobile functionality compatible with Samsung Galaxy 8 series or higher with Bixby function. Samsung account log-in and data network (Wi-Fi or internet connection) required to fully operate Bixby features. This service may not yet be available at the time of purchase of this product.
⁸SmartThings compatible devices only. SmartThings app download may be required.
⁹Varies by screen size
¹⁰49" Motion Rate 120
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|Connectivity Technology||Bluetooth, HDMI, Wireless, USB, Ethernet||Bluetooth, Ethernet, HDMI, USB, Wireless||Bluetooth, USB, Wireless, HDMI||Bluetooth, HDMI, Wireless, USB, Ethernet||HDMI, USB, Wi-Fi|
|Screen Size||75 inches||75 inches||75 inches||75 inches||50 inches|
|Image Aspect Ratio||16:9||—||16:9||16:9||—|
|Item Dimensions||66 x 13.9 x 41.3 inches||65.9 x 13.4 x 41.3 inches||2.4 x 66 x 37.8 inches||65.8 x 12.5 x 40.8 inches||48.4 x 11.6 x 30.1 inches|
|Item Weight||104.00 lbs||67.90 lbs||80.70 lbs||88.80 lbs||33.30 lbs|
|Refresh Rate||120 hertz||60 hertz||120 hertz||120 hertz||120 hertz|
|Total HDMI Ports||4||2||4||4||4|
Equipped with Quantum Dot Technology, this TV unleashes a massive spectrum of a billion shades of color. A crisp 240Hz motion rate banishes blur and smooths out the picture for more fluid action. It even looks great when you’re not watching at all, thanks to Ambient Mode +. DISCLAIMERS: Background feature accuracy may vary based on TV location and is dependent on wall designs, patterns and/or colors. SmartThings app on a mobile device (Android, iOS) is required for some functionality. App features may be limited at launch; please continue to check for updates.
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75" / 191 cm
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It is absolutely absurd that in 2020, a high-end manufacturer would switch from a full-array backlight system (Q70R) to an edge-lit backlight system (Q70T).
It is intolerable how bad this looks, even when the room is lit.
It occurred to me what happened when I went back and remembered the reason I paid $1,000 more to originally get the 2019 Q70R as opposed to the Q60R. The reason I chose the Q70R to begin with was because the Q70R series was the level at which the QLED sets have a full-array backlight. What Samsung has done with Q70T in 2020 is charge the same price for the Q70T as they did for the Q70R but for less TV, forcing the consumer to spend a A LOT more if they want a full-array backlight by upgrading to the Q80T.
That’s shady, greedy and disappointing. The differences between what each TV (the Q70R and the Q70T) are so nominal as to he considered aesthetic. They’re primarily software changes. There is no reason to remove one of the most important features (and most costly features) to keep this identical model at the same price-point as the 2019 model.
Other than the fact that you can’t watch it, the TV functions as it should. Unlike other purchasers, I had no software issues.
I just scheduled a return for this and do not recommend that anyone purchase it.
I have, instead, re-purchased the 2019 Q70R, because despite its defect of developing a black line across the the screen one inch from the top, it was a beautiful set that worked perfectly and had no issues with backlight bleed because of the full-array backlight.
If you’re going to spend $2,500 - $3,000 on a TV, it should not look like this.
It's not possible that we live in 2020 and a company releases a product that freezes constantly and has a lot of bugs. I love samsung but this is unacceptable. The TV freezes each time you exit the player in netflix and disney plus. Also sometimes when you play hdr content the screen goes black. I hope an update fixes this soon. Also says its google play compatible but the amount of commands is very limited just to turn on/off change channel and volume. Kinda disappointed for a $1,500 price tag
I spoke to Samsung support and they said "there's an issue with netflix and amazon apps that they're working on" - though they couldn't tell me if this issue has anything to do with audio output or if it would fix my problem.
No idea why they'd release a TV without first testing to see that it actually works with the soundbar they're bundling it with, but overall a very frustrating and disappointing experience.
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Be sure to turn off the ECO settings or you will get quite dim viewing.
First the good:
The TV is very bright in standard mode and more than adequate in HDR.
Screen brightness is very consistent across the entire screen. Only the slightest vignetting along the edges.
No dirty screen effect that I could see.
Blacks are also very consistent with no flashlighting or bright spots anywhere. Pretty impressive!
Colours are very saturated. Deep reds, greens , and yellows look great.
True 120 Hz panel.
TV is very responsive. It fires up right away and responds quickly to the bluetooth remote control.
Straight-forward menu system although some common settings takes 5 or 6 clicks to get to.
I also have an LG 65" OLED to compare it to and it isn't that far behind. The OLED does have more pop when watching HDR on Youtube or Netflix but that's to be expected.
Black level (7144:1) is really good considering no local dimming, in fact it's BETTER than the Q80 (4225:1) with local dimming! It's also got a much higher contrast ratio than Sony's X900H (4786:1) and X950H (3819:1)with local dimming enabled. With a tiny bit of bias lighting, blacks look really black!
The bezel is very thin - good!
Haven't tried gaming yet so can't comment on lag or VRR.
Now the bad (and it's a short list):
The sound, while clear, sounds hollow and has very little bass. There is an equalizer available when sound is in standard mode but it has little effect. Bass is not improved. Of course, you should be using a good soundbar or separate speakers with most TVs anyways.
Off-angle viewing dims the picture quite quickly. Typical for a VA panel. Not nearly as bad as my old Vizio P50 or Sharp 632U though and better than most VA screens I've seen.
All plastic construction. the only metal is the aluminum feet (which I removed when wall-mounting the set).
No Dolby Vision - only HD10 and HD10+. HD10+ is comparable in function with Dolby Vision but isn't used much by anyone except Samsung. Dolby Vision is not free but HD10+ is. HD10 processing is inconsistent with some movies being quite dim even with everything maxed out.
The small included remote is adequate but a full function larger remote with direct access to more functions would have been great. Europe/Great Britain gets both. Why don't we?
I did end up buying an extra full-function remote off Amazon for 16 bucks that works well although it's not bluetooth so you have to aim it at the TV receptor.
Screen reflection handling is adequate but not great. Don't have any lights on behind you and be careful if placing near a window.
By the way, I received the Cdn model QN82Q70TAFXZC not the American model described (QN82Q70TAFXZA) and that's fine. I believe they are identical anyway.
My set was manufactured November 2020 so it's only a month old.
When I first went and checked for a software update it said there was one but when I tried to update via the TV it wouldn't do it. I checked Samsung Canada and they had no firmware available for my set. I then checked Samsung.com (US) and sure enough they had the newer software (1460 I think) which I put on a USB stick and updated the TV. Took about 5 Min. Mine came with 1403 firmware. I can't say I noticed any improvements or differences but then again, I'd only had the set for a few hours at that point.
Here's an important point.... The BRIGHTNESS setting is now actually the BACKLIGHT setting, so adjust it to how you like it. The old Brightness setting, which raised the black floor level is now called SHADOW DETAIL. If you raise that above zero, the black becomes gray (so don't do it!).
So, after all is said and done, I did something I thought I would never do - buy a huge edge lit 4K TV and I'm glad I did. I did spend a few days reading/watching every review I could find and what made me finally pull the trigger was the great Black Friday pricing, free shipping, and the extremely high contrast ratio without the need for local dimming. No regrets. This is a very good set and if you can still get it on sale, a very good value. Highly recommended.
It's now 11 days later and so far, owning this set has been a real pleasure. No bugs, freezing, or errors yet and after tweaking the settings further, it has a really good picture. BBC's 'Seven Worlds One Planet' looks spectacular!
I understand people being P'd off that this model is a backwards step for Samsung as the previous version had local dimming along with the full array back-lighting. However, I'm judging the set purely on it's performance for the price.
Local dimming, while helpful, is not the holy grail for TV's. It creates its own set of problems including blooming and severe dimming of small bright highlights (like stars in the night sky). I actually prefer a very high contrast ratio that doesn't need local dimming to give a satisfactory black background. This set does that. I've owned two LG OLED's and once you get used to seeing really bright tiny highlights against a black background, you quickly realize the limitations of local dimming.
Technology marches on and in a few years we'll realize that local dimming was just a little stop-gap measure to give LCD sets satisfactory black levels.
Oh, and by the way, all this relates to watching your TV in a dark or dimly lit room. In the daytime, or a well-lit room at night, they all have great black levels - all of them........Just my two bits worth after owning and playing with about 14 flat panel TVs I've owned over the years....
Reviewed in Mexico on November 12, 2020
Funcionalidades como Alexa, Ambientación, Game-mode, escritura por voz y demás son cosas que no te esperas y te sorprenden aún más.
Reviewed in Mexico on November 13, 2020
Funcionalidades como Alexa, Ambientación, Game-mode, escritura por voz y demás son cosas que no te esperas y te sorprenden aún más.