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Samsung Q70 Series 65-Inch Smart TV, Flat QLED 4K UHD HDR - 2019 Model

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Size: 65 in

Style: TV Only


  • Your purchase includes One Samsung Q70 Series 65-Inch Smart TV, Flat QLED 4K UHD HDR - 2019 Model, One Remote TM1950C with batteries, Power Cable and User Manual
  • TV Dimensions: Without Stand 57.1" W x 32.7" H x 2.4" D .With Stand 57.1" W x 35.8" H x 11.3" D. Product Weight: Without Stand 53.6 lb. Screen Size 64.5" Measured Diagonally
  • Mini Wall & VESA (400 x 300) mount compatibility. Dolby Sound and Woofer included, Output (RMS) 40W & Speaker Type 2.1CH
  • Powered by Quantum dots, Samsungs 4K QLED TV offers over a billion shades of brilliant color and 100% color volume for exceptional depth of detail that will draw you in to the picture for the best 4K TV experience
  • Inputs/outputs: HDMI 4. USB 2. Ethernet (LAN) and Optical Digital Audio Out Included


The Samsung Q70 Series full array backlighting presents gorgeous blacks and radiant whites within scenes, plus an intelligent 4K processor that upscale the picture and optimizes every scene for an optimal Samsung 4K TV picture.Powered by Quantum dots, experience 4x the resolution of Full HD 1080p HDTV and over a billion shades of color, enabling you to discover what you've been missing.The Quantum Processor 4K instantly upscale content to 4K-level picture quality, even from non-native 4K sources, reducing banding, macro- blocking and artifacts often found in compressed streaming content.To help the Samsung smart TV blend in with your home décor, an ingenious Ambient Mode allows you to customize the screen with meaningful images for a perfectly natural effect, including décor patterns and lighting, info, photos and artwork that match your lifestyle. The Q70 Series include smart features such as OneRemote, Bixby voice command, on-screen universal guide, SmartThings home appliance and device control, smart speaker expandability with Alexa and Google Assistant compatibility, and more.Power Supply (V)= AC110-120V 50/60Hz and Maximum Power Consumption = 185.

Screen Size: 65 Inches


Product Dimensions: 11.3"D x 57.1"W x 35.8"H

Resolution: 4K

Refresh Rate: 120 Hz

Special Feature: Direct Full Array 4X; Quantum Processor 4K; Ambient Mode™; 100% Color Volume with Quantum Dot

Model Name: QN65Q70RA

Included Components: Stand, Samsung Smart Control, Power Cable, QLED Standard Smart Remote

Connectivity Technology: Wireless, Bluetooth, USB, HDMI

Brand Name: ‎SAMSUNG

Item Weight: ‎54.9 pounds

Product Dimensions: ‎2.4 x 57.1 x 32.7 inches

Item model number: ‎QN65Q70RAFXZA

Batteries: ‎2 AA batteries required.

Is Discontinued By Manufacturer: ‎No

Color Name: ‎Black

Special Features: ‎Direct Full Array 4X; Quantum Processor 4K; Ambient Mode™; 100% Color Volume with Quantum Dot

Speaker Type: ‎2.1CH

Date First Available: February 12, 2019

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  • You will have to pay more for UHD subscriptions - 82 INCH TV
Size: 82 in Style: TV Only
Updated 6-9-21: Get UHD Plans for streaming and you are all set. Some animation streaming services did not have pixalation issue. I do find myself moving the volume up and down during movies. I do believe there is an auto balance option. 4k travel videos on YouTube ate excellent. It's like you are almost there. Light glares are an issue. ---This is for 82 INCH TV in itself is great - I had a 55" TV other than size I would not say I am blown away. But I did get it for size and the quality of video is good. There are comparison videos on YouTube, so I recommend you check that. Cons: - Box it comes in huge. approx 80" L x 47" height x 10.5" W - Amazon does not deliver within said time window, I had to reschedule the delivery. On different date because it was late and outside of delivery times allowed in my building. - BIGGEST issue you will run into is, your streaming devices have poor video quality. So when you plug in those devices it will look awful. I have Roku standard which I believe has 1080 RESOLUTION max and NETFLIX looks like someone applied a Gaussian blur x 8 effect on all videos. - You might need to upgrade the Netflix account to UHD plan. - The NETFLIX within the TV apps gave same effect as the NETFLIX ON Roku standard. But Amazon prime videos gave mixed results based on when the movie was made. - The Samsung hub wants to collect your pictures, your voice recordings, your internet usage, read carefully before you click that I accept button. - Alexa does not work that good with the TV, for which you will have to open a Samsung account to link it under skills on your Alexa app. UPDATE: Signing out of samsung account seems to do the trick. - Remote is not back light. - Mute icon keeps flashing on screen. You can go down to Zero volume - though, without going mute. - Remote is sleek but you will hit wrong buttons initially. - TV is heavy as you would expect because of its sheer size. - Quality of video is totally dependent on the streaming resolution (or the device - I am planning to get Roku ULTRA and see if it helps. But if you have some regional content that is HD resolution only then good luck with video quality.). UPDATE -- NETFLIX ACCOUNT TOOK A DAY OR TWO TO SWITCH TO UHD Plan - I am happy with results, but definitely not happy that I have to now subscribe to higher tier plan. - Bigger things you notice the flaws quicker if the video quality is bad. - Distance between you and TV will matter not for quality of video but when things move too fast they are hard to view. Its like sitting in first seat in movie theater close to the screen. - To use SAMSUNG "SMART" apps you will have to give up your privacy big time. - Samsungs apps seem very slow. - UI is good and bad, as it gets in way sometimes. I also don't see skip source or fav source button on remote. - Needs 4 people to install, but you can do it with 2 people. - Also you never know how secure this devices are so be ready to open you house network to security flaws. - UI is designed poorly. Will need getting used to. PROS: - Size does matter. But you will get used to it unfortunately haha. - Sound is great. Probably wait to buy that sound bar till you get used to the TV for few days. - Video Quality is AMAZING - if you are watching 4K videos. Like those videos on YouTube that do 4K travel videos you will feel like you are there. But the normal content is blurry. - Sound is loud. Even during day time I can keep it at 8 and be happy with it. - Inbuilt amazon prime app is great at delivering quality videos. Netflix not so much, unless you have the UHD subscription. - Over design is great and its simple, you won't need a screw driver to put the stand. TV has grooves in back to run the cable through. - Power cable and video cables are on opposite side and power cable is almost as if it gets embedded into the back panel which might be great for cable management. - Has inbuilt browser that works with a usb mouse and keyboard. So get one of those small keyboards with inbuilt mousepad and you are all set. This won't replace any of your laptop or desktop experience but sure is good thing to have. But be warn of privacy issues. Doesn't require you to stay signed into your samsung account to use. - Does come with voice search feature but you will have to acknowledge to let them collect any and all recordings / data they like. So if privacy is your concern you wont be using this feature sorry. Overall its great TV but I am really disappointed in the Quality of the video content, if you do not have ULTRA HD plans. And wish Alexa was more responsive since they advertise it on the box too. ... show more
Reviewed in the United States 🇺🇸 on February 15, 2020 by DodgeThis

  • A great TV especially for just about everything especially for gaming
Size: 75 in Style: TV Only
I bought this TV USED - LIKE NEW and I do not regret it. I got the 75" for $1600. I'm sure it'll be cheaper closer to black friday but at the time it was on sale NEW for $2500. The box arrived in perfect condition. Everything fully packaged in OEM packaging. I couldn't find any defects in the box or on the TV. I hung it on the wall turned it on and it works great and has a beautiful picture. I closely compared this with the RU8000, Q60, and Q80. Price was a big factor for me and the performance was good enough across the board to choose the Q70 over cheaper options. I really wanted to the Q80 because of its better brightness and much better viewing angles but it was not even close to the same price bracket at the LIKE NEW Q70 I purchased. I do also own an LG C8 OLED as well so I'll compare these two. PICTURE: The Q70 has awesome colors, very good brightness, extremely strong contrast, black levels look almost perfect, but poor viewing angles. The LG C8 OLED perfect blacks, gets bright but not as bright as most QLEDs, very natural color, and perfect viewing angles. There's no doubt I prefer the picture on the OLED there is just something special and natural about perfect black. With that said I really like the QLED picture as well and in some circumstances the color and brightness do top the OLED, but if I could only have one I would go with the OLED here. GAMING: I bought the QLED instead of an OLED for gaming reasons. OLEDs are known to have burn-in issues and temporary image retention problems. My OLED absolutely has temporary image retention issues from time to time. It is a very heavily used TV by the whole family. The image retention always goes away but it happens regularly and freaks me out so I feel like I have to baby the TV a little. QLED does not have a burn-in risk. It also includes awesome gaming features like fast response time, very low input lag, Freesync, game enhance mode (contrast that really does make your game pop), and auto game detection (game mode turn itself on which is very handy). Gaming is the primary reason I chose the QLED as this TV has all our consoles hooked up to it. SMART INTERFACE: Both the LG and Samsung are fine. I don't really use either and use FireTV instead. I will say the LG stays out of my way better than Samsungs does if not using it is your primary goal like mine. If you do use it though Samsungs has a great selection of apps, they work well and run fast, and I haven't had any connection issues. DESIGN: The Samsung remote is great. It runs the fireTV, the Xbox One X, my LG soundbar, and the TV and I didn't do anything to set it up. It just works out of the box and I use it as the primary remote even when watching FireTV content most of the time. It's very cool. The TV itself is minimal and looks nice on the wall or on the stand. Ambient mode is a nice touch for parties but not a reason to buy this TV over another one. I prefer the LG C8 design in general. Extremely minimal, but it's really very close and subjective. DURABILITY: Seems solid and doesn't feel like its about to break. I actually really like this because the LG C8 feels like it's going to snap every time you touch it. I feel like I can handle this TV confidently without destroying it which is nice. OVERALL: This TV is a great choice if you can get a deal on it. I have no regrets. The picture is beautiful, the gaming options are incredible if gaming is something you'll be doin. The remote is handy. My only complaint is the viewing angles but its not bad and the smart interface won't entirely get out of the way (maybe there's a setting a missed though). Both are minor details which some other TVs do better, but since it shines in the gaming department its easy for me to look past. If you have a a very wide seating arrangement consider the Q80 or an OLED. If you have a very standard couch and love seat or sectional and a chair the Q70 will likely be perfect if its in your target budget. Once you get it on your wall and turn it on and I don't think anyone should be disappointed with this TVs performance. ... show more
Reviewed in the United States 🇺🇸 on October 24, 2019 by Count Scotula Count Scotula

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