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SAMSUNG 65-inch Class QLED Q800T Series - Real 8K Resolution Direct Full Array 24X Quantum HDR 16X Smart TV with Alexa Built-in (QN65Q800TAFXZA, 2020 Model)
SAMSUNG 65-inch Class QLED Q800T Series - Real 8K Resolution Direct Full Array 24X Quantum HDR 16X Smart TV with Alexa Built-in (QN65Q800TAFXZA, 2020 Model)
SAMSUNG 65-inch Class QLED Q800T Series - Real 8K Resolution Direct Full Array 24X Quantum HDR 16X Smart TV with Alexa Built-in (QN65Q800TAFXZA, 2020 Model)
SAMSUNG 65-inch Class QLED Q800T Series - Real 8K Resolution Direct Full Array 24X Quantum HDR 16X Smart TV with Alexa Built-in (QN65Q800TAFXZA, 2020 Model)
SAMSUNG 65-inch Class QLED Q800T Series - Real 8K Resolution Direct Full Array 24X Quantum HDR 16X Smart TV with Alexa Built-in (QN65Q800TAFXZA, 2020 Model)
SAMSUNG 65-inch Class QLED Q800T Series - Real 8K Resolution Direct Full Array 24X Quantum HDR 16X Smart TV with Alexa Built-in (QN65Q800TAFXZA, 2020 Model)
SAMSUNG 65-inch Class QLED Q800T Series - Real 8K Resolution Direct Full Array 24X Quantum HDR 16X Smart TV with Alexa Built-in (QN65Q800TAFXZA, 2020 Model)
SAMSUNG 65-inch Class QLED Q800T Series - Real 8K Resolution Direct Full Array 24X Quantum HDR 16X Smart TV with Alexa Built-in (QN65Q800TAFXZA, 2020 Model)
SAMSUNG 65-inch Class QLED Q800T Series - Real 8K Resolution Direct Full Array 24X Quantum HDR 16X Smart TV with Alexa Built-in (QN65Q800TAFXZA, 2020 Model)
SAMSUNG 65-inch Class QLED Q800T Series - Real 8K Resolution Direct Full Array 24X Quantum HDR 16X Smart TV with Alexa Built-in (QN65Q800TAFXZA, 2020 Model)

SAMSUNG 65-inch Class QLED Q800T Series - Real 8K Resolution Direct Full Array 24X Quantum HDR 16X Smart TV with Alexa Built-in (QN65Q800TAFXZA, 2020 Model)

SAMSUNG 65-inch Class QLED Q800T Series - Real 8K Resolution Direct Full Array 24X Quantum HDR 16X Smart TV with Alexa Built-in (QN65Q800TAFXZA, 2020 Model)
SAMSUNG 65-inch Class QLED Q800T Series - Real 8K Resolution Direct Full Array 24X Quantum HDR 16X Smart TV with Alexa Built-in (QN65Q800TAFXZA, 2020 Model)
SAMSUNG 65-inch Class QLED Q800T Series - Real 8K Resolution Direct Full Array 24X Quantum HDR 16X Smart TV with Alexa Built-in (QN65Q800TAFXZA, 2020 Model)
SAMSUNG 65-inch Class QLED Q800T Series - Real 8K Resolution Direct Full Array 24X Quantum HDR 16X Smart TV with Alexa Built-in (QN65Q800TAFXZA, 2020 Model)
SAMSUNG 65-inch Class QLED Q800T Series - Real 8K Resolution Direct Full Array 24X Quantum HDR 16X Smart TV with Alexa Built-in (QN65Q800TAFXZA, 2020 Model)
SAMSUNG 65-inch Class QLED Q800T Series - Real 8K Resolution Direct Full Array 24X Quantum HDR 16X Smart TV with Alexa Built-in (QN65Q800TAFXZA, 2020 Model)
SAMSUNG 65-inch Class QLED Q800T Series - Real 8K Resolution Direct Full Array 24X Quantum HDR 16X Smart TV with Alexa Built-in (QN65Q800TAFXZA, 2020 Model)
SAMSUNG 65-inch Class QLED Q800T Series - Real 8K Resolution Direct Full Array 24X Quantum HDR 16X Smart TV with Alexa Built-in (QN65Q800TAFXZA, 2020 Model)
SAMSUNG 65-inch Class QLED Q800T Series - Real 8K Resolution Direct Full Array 24X Quantum HDR 16X Smart TV with Alexa Built-in (QN65Q800TAFXZA, 2020 Model)
SAMSUNG 65-inch Class QLED Q800T Series - Real 8K Resolution Direct Full Array 24X Quantum HDR 16X Smart TV with Alexa Built-in (QN65Q800TAFXZA, 2020 Model)
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Features

  • REAL 8K RESOLUTION: See the mind blowing sharpness and depth of real 8K with 16 times more resolution than HDTV.
  • DIRECT FULL ARRAY 24X (75" & 65"): Concentrated zones of high-contrast LED backlights enhance the deep blacks and luminous whites.
  • 8K AI UPSCALING: Intelligent upscaling automatically converts all of your content into stunning 8K resolution.
  • OBJECTIVE TRACKING SOUND +: All four sides of the TV have built-in speakers that direct the sound, putting you in the middle of the action.
  • QUANTUM PROCESSOR 8K: Our most brilliant processor uses deep learning AI Technology to unleash the full power of 8K.
  • ALEXA BUILT-IN: Voice control your TV and your day, hands-free. Just ask Alexa to change the channel, search for movies, play music, control smart home devices, get sports updates and more.
  • Included Components: VESA Wall Mount Support

Description

Once you experience 8K, there’s no going back. An unprecedented level of detail and color flows through each frame, powered by an intelligent processor which instantly upscales content to 8K quality. Combined with the immersive audio of Object Tracking Sound +, it’s a cinematic experience that’s impossible to resist. DISCLAIMERS: * Upscales to 8K resolution (7, 680H x 4, 320W/33. 2 megapixels). Native 8K content based on current 8K streaming, connectivity and decoding standards. Future and certain third party standards not or may require additional device/adapter purchase. ** Direct Full Array Numerical ***Upscales to 8K Resolution. Resulting picture may vary based on source content. Utilizes AI-based formulas.


Brand Name SAMSUNG


Item Weight 86.7 pounds


Product Dimensions 57 x 11.2 x 36.3 inches


Item model number QN65Q800TAFXZA


Specification Met Energy Star


Speaker Type Built-In


ASIN B084QHZP1N


Customer Reviews 2.5 out of 5 stars 5 ratings 2.5 out of 5 stars


Best Sellers Rank #76,306 in Electronics (See Top 100 in Electronics) #648 in LED & LCD TVs


Date First Available February 20, 2020


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Features

  • REAL 8K RESOLUTION: See the mind blowing sharpness and depth of real 8K with 16 times more resolution than HDTV.
  • DIRECT FULL ARRAY 24X (75" & 65"): Concentrated zones of high-contrast LED backlights enhance the deep blacks and luminous whites.
  • 8K AI UPSCALING: Intelligent upscaling automatically converts all of your content into stunning 8K resolution.
  • OBJECTIVE TRACKING SOUND +: All four sides of the TV have built-in speakers that direct the sound, putting you in the middle of the action.
  • QUANTUM PROCESSOR 8K: Our most brilliant processor uses deep learning AI Technology to unleash the full power of 8K.
  • ALEXA BUILT-IN: Voice control your TV and your day, hands-free. Just ask Alexa to change the channel, search for movies, play music, control smart home devices, get sports updates and more.
  • Included Components: VESA Wall Mount Support

Description

Once you experience 8K, there’s no going back. An unprecedented level of detail and color flows through each frame, powered by an intelligent processor which instantly upscales content to 8K quality. Combined with the immersive audio of Object Tracking Sound +, it’s a cinematic experience that’s impossible to resist. DISCLAIMERS: * Upscales to 8K resolution (7, 680H x 4, 320W/33. 2 megapixels). Native 8K content based on current 8K streaming, connectivity and decoding standards. Future and certain third party standards not or may require additional device/adapter purchase. ** Direct Full Array Numerical ***Upscales to 8K Resolution. Resulting picture may vary based on source content. Utilizes AI-based formulas.


Brand Name SAMSUNG


Item Weight 86.7 pounds


Product Dimensions 57 x 11.2 x 36.3 inches


Item model number QN65Q800TAFXZA


Specification Met Energy Star


Speaker Type Built-In


ASIN B084QHZP1N


Customer Reviews 2.5 out of 5 stars 5 ratings 2.5 out of 5 stars


Best Sellers Rank #76,306 in Electronics (See Top 100 in Electronics) #648 in LED & LCD TVs


Date First Available February 20, 2020


Shipping

This product includes free shipping to all US addresses.


Delivery

Unless otherwise stated above, most products arrive within 2-3 business days. Larger items may take 6-9 business days. Tracking information will be automatically provided as soon as your order ships.


View our full shipping policy here.

Returns

This product can be returned within 30 days of delivery for a full refund. Please visit our returns center to begin a return.

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Features

  • REAL 8K RESOLUTION: See the mind blowing sharpness and depth of real 8K with 16 times more resolution than HDTV.
  • DIRECT FULL ARRAY 24X (75" & 65"): Concentrated zones of high-contrast LED backlights enhance the deep blacks and luminous whites.
  • 8K AI UPSCALING: Intelligent upscaling automatically converts all of your content into stunning 8K resolution.
  • OBJECTIVE TRACKING SOUND +: All four sides of the TV have built-in speakers that direct the sound, putting you in the middle of the action.
  • QUANTUM PROCESSOR 8K: Our most brilliant processor uses deep learning AI Technology to unleash the full power of 8K.
  • ALEXA BUILT-IN: Voice control your TV and your day, hands-free. Just ask Alexa to change the channel, search for movies, play music, control smart home devices, get sports updates and more.
  • Included Components: VESA Wall Mount Support

Description

Once you experience 8K, there’s no going back. An unprecedented level of detail and color flows through each frame, powered by an intelligent processor which instantly upscales content to 8K quality. Combined with the immersive audio of Object Tracking Sound +, it’s a cinematic experience that’s impossible to resist. DISCLAIMERS: * Upscales to 8K resolution (7, 680H x 4, 320W/33. 2 megapixels). Native 8K content based on current 8K streaming, connectivity and decoding standards. Future and certain third party standards not or may require additional device/adapter purchase. ** Direct Full Array Numerical ***Upscales to 8K Resolution. Resulting picture may vary based on source content. Utilizes AI-based formulas.


Brand Name SAMSUNG


Item Weight 86.7 pounds


Product Dimensions 57 x 11.2 x 36.3 inches


Item model number QN65Q800TAFXZA


Specification Met Energy Star


Speaker Type Built-In


ASIN B084QHZP1N


Customer Reviews 2.5 out of 5 stars 5 ratings 2.5 out of 5 stars


Best Sellers Rank #76,306 in Electronics (See Top 100 in Electronics) #648 in LED & LCD TVs


Date First Available February 20, 2020


abunda_amazon_reviews I replaced a 10 year old 65" plasma. This sits further back and has a significantly thinner bezel (mm vice inches). Off, it only looks a bit larger. On, and the 1/3 larger screen makes itself known! CORONA crazy, so streaming services are reducing resolution... the inputs are on the right side of the tv, 5' further from my A/V rack. I should have longer and higher bandwidth hdmi cables here within a couple days. Then I can really see what the 75" q800t is capable of. I was tempted to buy the 2019 90 series, but I felt the extra green was worth paying for the hdmi 2.1 inputs. 2020 was a good year for TVs. I hope to own this one 10 years like my old plasma. Final note for now, I really like the remote and I'm digging the interface. Update I've now watched several HDR 4k discs and found a few 4k movies to stream, like Trolls 2 last night. Best family movie night yet. Bigger is better. The bump from1080p to 4k is quite noticeable in my front row. The HDR is... probably even more impressive than the resolution upgrade. I feel like HDR is the next generation of Darbee. Anyone remember that? I have it on my oppo blu ray player and it makes colors pop. When there's something shiny on screen... it's so bright. I may unplug my roku. This tv does practically everything itself. For kicks, the coaxial input is hooked up to my circa 1995 atari jaguar, heh. The lil ones are having a blast with my old games. I am having a blast with 4k HDR!!! Only drawback, the box was too big to get into my attic so I had to make room in the garage. That is a drawback I can happily live with.;;Reviewed in the United States on April 2, 2020;;5.0 out of 5 stars;;Fantastic screen, 1 down from flagship model;;Bobo Blackboots;;;exchanging tv, multiple failures on first one;;Reviewed in the United States on May 1, 2020;;1.0 out of 5 stars;;Amazing QLED tv;;Deana Zawacki;;;I was very excited to get this 8K TV in preparation for the next generation consoles. Unfortunately I ended up returning it due to a couple of deal breakers that one should not encounter on a TV of this price. 1. On bright scenes when there is a panning shot (from left to right or vice versa) there was vertical and horizontal grid of led lights that could be seen. I believe this is called vertical banding (not the most tech savy with terms so please excuse). For example When watching hockey, or playing games like Red Dead Redemption 2 it was very distraction and took me and others out of enjoying the content. It’s a shame as when the scene was static the picture quality was really good. But this TV was not meant for just viewing still pictures. 2. The other issue with the TV was dirty screen. In certain scenes it was also very noticeable. 3. Clouding/blooming when there is a dark scene with an object on a certain part of the screen. With the full array local dimming I wouldn’t have expected it to be so bad in a tv of this price point. I have other Samsung TVs that are edge lit that had less blooming. 4. Lastly the processing on dark scenes is not the best. Sometimes the TV would overcompensate and make certain scenes too dark. And as a side family members who normally don’t have a eye for these type of picture issues noticed it right away independent of me saying anything. It’s a shame that this tv did not live up to my expectations as I was really looking forward to it. All the TVs in our house are Samsung, but after getting this TV with this many issues for the price ($5k purchase price) I am going to make the jump into the LG OLED world as those TVs get great reviews (despite burn in risk). Maybe I got a bad model, but I would not recommend this TV. I hope this review helps!;;Reviewed in the United States on May 24, 2020;;1.0 out of 5 stars;;Giant letdown;;PGR;;;The only reason I didnt give 5 stars is because the tv arrived broken. The eARC input does not function properly. Samsung offered to send a tech but because it is brand new I wanted a replacement. I spoke with an amazon rep who said Amazon would send someone out to pack up the old one and set up the new one. Well...I received the new one but no one picked up the old one or set up the new one for me as promised. FRUSTRATED! TV is great other than the user interface and remote, thumbs down for both of those.;;Reviewed in the United States on May 24, 2020;;3.0 out of 5 stars;;Great picture, but arrived broken.;;Jonathan Cordero;;;I wrote a review on Best Buy but it never was posted. I bought this TV 2 days ago due to my previous 2018 Q8 failing within a year. I figured if I spend 5k on a TV it would have a good picture. Right out of the box I noticed the back panel to be flimsy and popped out, more than designed to be. Once turning the TV on I noticed after about 5 minutes what looked like the screen of a window on the picture. Lines going down and across each other. You can see it better with lighter colors on the TV or a white screen and especially when there was movement on the TV. Now...hopefully it's just bad luck but I took went through 2 of the 2018 Q8's due to defects and today I'm returning this Q800T and exchanging with another one. If I bring home the new one and it has the same issues I'm done with Samsung for life.;;Reviewed in the United States on May 11, 2020;;1.0 out of 5 stars;;Horrible clouding and lines/screening going on with the picture;;Amazon Customer

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Top Amazon Reviews


5.0 out of 5 stars
By Bobo Blackboots - Reviewed in the United States on April 2, 2020
Fantastic screen, 1 down from flagship model
I replaced a 10 year old 65" plasma. This sits further back and has a significantly thinner bezel (mm vice inches). Off, it only looks a bit larger. On, and the 1/3 larger screen makes itself known! CORONA crazy, so streaming services are reducing resolution... the inputs are on the right side of the tv, 5' further from my A/V rack. I should have longer and higher bandwidth hdmi cables here within a couple days. Then I can really see what the 75" q800t is capable of. I was tempted to buy the 2019 90 series, but I felt the extra green was worth paying for the hdmi 2.1 inputs. 2020 was a good year for TVs. I hope to own this one 10 years like my old plasma. Final note for now, I really like the remote and I'm digging the interface. Update I've now watched several HDR 4k discs and found a few 4k movies to stream, like Trolls 2 last night. Best family movie night yet. Bigger is better. The bump from1080p to 4k is quite noticeable in my front row. The HDR is... probably even more impressive than the resolution upgrade. I feel like HDR is the next generation of Darbee. Anyone remember that? I have it on my oppo blu ray player and it makes colors pop. When there's something shiny on screen... it's so bright. I may unplug my roku. This tv does practically everything itself. For kicks, the coaxial input is hooked up to my circa 1995 atari jaguar, heh. The lil ones are having a blast with my old games. I am having a blast with 4k HDR!!! Only drawback, the box was too big to get into my attic so I had to make room in the garage. That is a drawback I can happily live with.

1.0 out of 5 stars
By Deana Zawacki - Reviewed in the United States on May 1, 2020
Amazing QLED tv
exchanging tv, multiple failures on first one

1.0 out of 5 stars
By PGR - Reviewed in the United States on May 24, 2020
Giant letdown
I was very excited to get this 8K TV in preparation for the next generation consoles. Unfortunately I ended up returning it due to a couple of deal breakers that one should not encounter on a TV of this price. 1. On bright scenes when there is a panning shot (from left to right or vice versa) there was vertical and horizontal grid of led lights that could be seen. I believe this is called vertical banding (not the most tech savy with terms so please excuse). For example When watching hockey, or playing games like Red Dead Redemption 2 it was very distraction and took me and others out of enjoying the content. It’s a shame as when the scene was static the picture quality was really good. But this TV was not meant for just viewing still pictures. 2. The other issue with the TV was dirty screen. In certain scenes it was also very noticeable. 3. Clouding/blooming when there is a dark scene with an object on a certain part of the screen. With the full array local dimming I wouldn’t have expected it to be so bad in a tv of this price point. I have other Samsung TVs that are edge lit that had less blooming. 4. Lastly the processing on dark scenes is not the best. Sometimes the TV would overcompensate and make certain scenes too dark. And as a side family members who normally don’t have a eye for these type of picture issues noticed it right away independent of me saying anything. It’s a shame that this tv did not live up to my expectations as I was really looking forward to it. All the TVs in our house are Samsung, but after getting this TV with this many issues for the price ($5k purchase price) I am going to make the jump into the LG OLED world as those TVs get great reviews (despite burn in risk). Maybe I got a bad model, but I would not recommend this TV. I hope this review helps!

3.0 out of 5 stars
By Jonathan Cordero - Reviewed in the United States on May 24, 2020
Great picture, but arrived broken.
The only reason I didnt give 5 stars is because the tv arrived broken. The eARC input does not function properly. Samsung offered to send a tech but because it is brand new I wanted a replacement. I spoke with an amazon rep who said Amazon would send someone out to pack up the old one and set up the new one. Well...I received the new one but no one picked up the old one or set up the new one for me as promised. FRUSTRATED! TV is great other than the user interface and remote, thumbs down for both of those.

1.0 out of 5 stars
By Amazon Customer - Reviewed in the United States on May 11, 2020
Horrible clouding and lines/screening going on with the picture
I wrote a review on Best Buy but it never was posted. I bought this TV 2 days ago due to my previous 2018 Q8 failing within a year. I figured if I spend 5k on a TV it would have a good picture. Right out of the box I noticed the back panel to be flimsy and popped out, more than designed to be. Once turning the TV on I noticed after about 5 minutes what looked like the screen of a window on the picture. Lines going down and across each other. You can see it better with lighter colors on the TV or a white screen and especially when there was movement on the TV. Now...hopefully it's just bad luck but I took went through 2 of the 2018 Q8's due to defects and today I'm returning this Q800T and exchanging with another one. If I bring home the new one and it has the same issues I'm done with Samsung for life.

Recent Reviews


5.0 out of 5 stars
By Bobo Blackboots - Reviewed in the United States on April 2, 2020
Fantastic screen, 1 down from flagship model
I replaced a 10 year old 65" plasma. This sits further back and has a significantly thinner bezel (mm vice inches). Off, it only looks a bit larger. On, and the 1/3 larger screen makes itself known! CORONA crazy, so streaming services are reducing resolution... the inputs are on the right side of the tv, 5' further from my A/V rack. I should have longer and higher bandwidth hdmi cables here within a couple days. Then I can really see what the 75" q800t is capable of. I was tempted to buy the 2019 90 series, but I felt the extra green was worth paying for the hdmi 2.1 inputs. 2020 was a good year for TVs. I hope to own this one 10 years like my old plasma. Final note for now, I really like the remote and I'm digging the interface. Update I've now watched several HDR 4k discs and found a few 4k movies to stream, like Trolls 2 last night. Best family movie night yet. Bigger is better. The bump from1080p to 4k is quite noticeable in my front row. The HDR is... probably even more impressive than the resolution upgrade. I feel like HDR is the next generation of Darbee. Anyone remember that? I have it on my oppo blu ray player and it makes colors pop. When there's something shiny on screen... it's so bright. I may unplug my roku. This tv does practically everything itself. For kicks, the coaxial input is hooked up to my circa 1995 atari jaguar, heh. The lil ones are having a blast with my old games. I am having a blast with 4k HDR!!! Only drawback, the box was too big to get into my attic so I had to make room in the garage. That is a drawback I can happily live with.

1.0 out of 5 stars
By Deana Zawacki - Reviewed in the United States on May 1, 2020
Amazing QLED tv
exchanging tv, multiple failures on first one

1.0 out of 5 stars
By PGR - Reviewed in the United States on May 24, 2020
Giant letdown
I was very excited to get this 8K TV in preparation for the next generation consoles. Unfortunately I ended up returning it due to a couple of deal breakers that one should not encounter on a TV of this price. 1. On bright scenes when there is a panning shot (from left to right or vice versa) there was vertical and horizontal grid of led lights that could be seen. I believe this is called vertical banding (not the most tech savy with terms so please excuse). For example When watching hockey, or playing games like Red Dead Redemption 2 it was very distraction and took me and others out of enjoying the content. It’s a shame as when the scene was static the picture quality was really good. But this TV was not meant for just viewing still pictures. 2. The other issue with the TV was dirty screen. In certain scenes it was also very noticeable. 3. Clouding/blooming when there is a dark scene with an object on a certain part of the screen. With the full array local dimming I wouldn’t have expected it to be so bad in a tv of this price point. I have other Samsung TVs that are edge lit that had less blooming. 4. Lastly the processing on dark scenes is not the best. Sometimes the TV would overcompensate and make certain scenes too dark. And as a side family members who normally don’t have a eye for these type of picture issues noticed it right away independent of me saying anything. It’s a shame that this tv did not live up to my expectations as I was really looking forward to it. All the TVs in our house are Samsung, but after getting this TV with this many issues for the price ($5k purchase price) I am going to make the jump into the LG OLED world as those TVs get great reviews (despite burn in risk). Maybe I got a bad model, but I would not recommend this TV. I hope this review helps!

3.0 out of 5 stars
By Jonathan Cordero - Reviewed in the United States on May 24, 2020
Great picture, but arrived broken.
The only reason I didnt give 5 stars is because the tv arrived broken. The eARC input does not function properly. Samsung offered to send a tech but because it is brand new I wanted a replacement. I spoke with an amazon rep who said Amazon would send someone out to pack up the old one and set up the new one. Well...I received the new one but no one picked up the old one or set up the new one for me as promised. FRUSTRATED! TV is great other than the user interface and remote, thumbs down for both of those.

1.0 out of 5 stars
By Amazon Customer - Reviewed in the United States on May 11, 2020
Horrible clouding and lines/screening going on with the picture
I wrote a review on Best Buy but it never was posted. I bought this TV 2 days ago due to my previous 2018 Q8 failing within a year. I figured if I spend 5k on a TV it would have a good picture. Right out of the box I noticed the back panel to be flimsy and popped out, more than designed to be. Once turning the TV on I noticed after about 5 minutes what looked like the screen of a window on the picture. Lines going down and across each other. You can see it better with lighter colors on the TV or a white screen and especially when there was movement on the TV. Now...hopefully it's just bad luck but I took went through 2 of the 2018 Q8's due to defects and today I'm returning this Q800T and exchanging with another one. If I bring home the new one and it has the same issues I'm done with Samsung for life.