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Samsung QN65Q8FN FLAT 65” QLED 4K UHD 8 Series Smart TV 2018
Samsung QN65Q8FN FLAT 65” QLED 4K UHD 8 Series Smart TV 2018
Samsung QN65Q8FN FLAT 65” QLED 4K UHD 8 Series Smart TV 2018
Samsung QN65Q8FN FLAT 65” QLED 4K UHD 8 Series Smart TV 2018
Samsung QN65Q8FN FLAT 65” QLED 4K UHD 8 Series Smart TV 2018
Samsung QN65Q8FN FLAT 65” QLED 4K UHD 8 Series Smart TV 2018
Samsung QN65Q8FN FLAT 65” QLED 4K UHD 8 Series Smart TV 2018
Samsung QN65Q8FN FLAT 65” QLED 4K UHD 8 Series Smart TV 2018
Samsung QN65Q8FN FLAT 65” QLED 4K UHD 8 Series Smart TV 2018
Samsung QN65Q8FN FLAT 65” QLED 4K UHD 8 Series Smart TV 2018
Samsung QN65Q8FN FLAT 65” QLED 4K UHD 8 Series Smart TV 2018
Samsung QN65Q8FN FLAT 65” QLED 4K UHD 8 Series Smart TV 2018
Samsung QN65Q8FN FLAT 65” QLED 4K UHD 8 Series Smart TV 2018
Samsung QN65Q8FN FLAT 65” QLED 4K UHD 8 Series Smart TV 2018
Samsung QN65Q8FN FLAT 65” QLED 4K UHD 8 Series Smart TV 2018
Samsung QN65Q8FN FLAT 65” QLED 4K UHD 8 Series Smart TV 2018

Samsung QN65Q8FN FLAT 65” QLED 4K UHD 8 Series Smart TV 2018

Samsung QN65Q8FN FLAT 65” QLED 4K UHD 8 Series Smart TV 2018
Samsung QN65Q8FN FLAT 65” QLED 4K UHD 8 Series Smart TV 2018
Samsung QN65Q8FN FLAT 65” QLED 4K UHD 8 Series Smart TV 2018
Samsung QN65Q8FN FLAT 65” QLED 4K UHD 8 Series Smart TV 2018
Samsung QN65Q8FN FLAT 65” QLED 4K UHD 8 Series Smart TV 2018
Samsung QN65Q8FN FLAT 65” QLED 4K UHD 8 Series Smart TV 2018
Samsung QN65Q8FN FLAT 65” QLED 4K UHD 8 Series Smart TV 2018
Samsung QN65Q8FN FLAT 65” QLED 4K UHD 8 Series Smart TV 2018
Samsung QN65Q8FN FLAT 65” QLED 4K UHD 8 Series Smart TV 2018
Samsung QN65Q8FN FLAT 65” QLED 4K UHD 8 Series Smart TV 2018
Samsung QN65Q8FN FLAT 65” QLED 4K UHD 8 Series Smart TV 2018
Samsung QN65Q8FN FLAT 65” QLED 4K UHD 8 Series Smart TV 2018
Samsung QN65Q8FN FLAT 65” QLED 4K UHD 8 Series Smart TV 2018
Samsung QN65Q8FN FLAT 65” QLED 4K UHD 8 Series Smart TV 2018
Samsung QN65Q8FN FLAT 65” QLED 4K UHD 8 Series Smart TV 2018
Samsung QN65Q8FN FLAT 65” QLED 4K UHD 8 Series Smart TV 2018
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Features

  • Q Contrast Elite: Smartly controlled Full Array LEDs and an anti-reflective screen reveal detail and depth from ultra black to pure white.
  • Q HDR Elite: Step up to Elite class HDR with the power to reveal stunning details and in-depth vibrant colors.
  • Q Color: Push the boundaries of color with Quantum Dots and a billion shades, reserved for our flagship QLED TVs.
  • Q Style: A thoughtful design with a clean cable solution allows you to focus on a TV without the clutter.
  • Ambient Mode: With our new Ambient Mode, you can elevate your living room with decorative content, useful information, your own photos, and even some background music. You won’t notice the TV on the wall as it blends perfectly with your décor.
  • Smart TV with Bixby Voice: A revolutionary way to help find streaming and live TV shows with a universal guide, OneRemote and voice assistance.Sound Output (RMS):40 W

Description

Performance is the calling of the 2018 Q8 with Full Array Backlight control and impressive HDR for a cutting- edge picture. An anti-glare screen and quantum color make this TV ideal—even in bright rooms.


Brand Name Samsung


Item Weight 59.7 pounds


Product Dimensions 57.1 x 11.2 x 35.8 inches


Item model number QN65Q8FNBFXZA


Batteries 2 AAA batteries required.


Color Name Carbon Silver


Speaker Type 4.1CH


ASIN B079Z5FCH8


Customer Reviews 4.5 out of 5 stars 256 ratings 4.5 out of 5 stars


Best Sellers Rank #91,323 in Electronics (See Top 100 in Electronics) #721 in LED & LCD TVs


Shipping Weight 79 pounds


Date First Available February 26, 2018


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Features

  • Q Contrast Elite: Smartly controlled Full Array LEDs and an anti-reflective screen reveal detail and depth from ultra black to pure white.
  • Q HDR Elite: Step up to Elite class HDR with the power to reveal stunning details and in-depth vibrant colors.
  • Q Color: Push the boundaries of color with Quantum Dots and a billion shades, reserved for our flagship QLED TVs.
  • Q Style: A thoughtful design with a clean cable solution allows you to focus on a TV without the clutter.
  • Ambient Mode: With our new Ambient Mode, you can elevate your living room with decorative content, useful information, your own photos, and even some background music. You won’t notice the TV on the wall as it blends perfectly with your décor.
  • Smart TV with Bixby Voice: A revolutionary way to help find streaming and live TV shows with a universal guide, OneRemote and voice assistance.Sound Output (RMS):40 W

Description

Performance is the calling of the 2018 Q8 with Full Array Backlight control and impressive HDR for a cutting- edge picture. An anti-glare screen and quantum color make this TV ideal—even in bright rooms.


Brand Name Samsung


Item Weight 59.7 pounds


Product Dimensions 57.1 x 11.2 x 35.8 inches


Item model number QN65Q8FNBFXZA


Batteries 2 AAA batteries required.


Color Name Carbon Silver


Speaker Type 4.1CH


ASIN B079Z5FCH8


Customer Reviews 4.5 out of 5 stars 256 ratings 4.5 out of 5 stars


Best Sellers Rank #91,323 in Electronics (See Top 100 in Electronics) #721 in LED & LCD TVs


Shipping Weight 79 pounds


Date First Available February 26, 2018


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.

View our full returns policy here.

Features

  • Q Contrast Elite: Smartly controlled Full Array LEDs and an anti-reflective screen reveal detail and depth from ultra black to pure white.
  • Q HDR Elite: Step up to Elite class HDR with the power to reveal stunning details and in-depth vibrant colors.
  • Q Color: Push the boundaries of color with Quantum Dots and a billion shades, reserved for our flagship QLED TVs.
  • Q Style: A thoughtful design with a clean cable solution allows you to focus on a TV without the clutter.
  • Ambient Mode: With our new Ambient Mode, you can elevate your living room with decorative content, useful information, your own photos, and even some background music. You won’t notice the TV on the wall as it blends perfectly with your décor.
  • Smart TV with Bixby Voice: A revolutionary way to help find streaming and live TV shows with a universal guide, OneRemote and voice assistance.Sound Output (RMS):40 W

Description

Performance is the calling of the 2018 Q8 with Full Array Backlight control and impressive HDR for a cutting- edge picture. An anti-glare screen and quantum color make this TV ideal—even in bright rooms.


Brand Name Samsung


Item Weight 59.7 pounds


Product Dimensions 57.1 x 11.2 x 35.8 inches


Item model number QN65Q8FNBFXZA


Batteries 2 AAA batteries required.


Color Name Carbon Silver


Speaker Type 4.1CH


ASIN B079Z5FCH8


Customer Reviews 4.5 out of 5 stars 256 ratings 4.5 out of 5 stars


Best Sellers Rank #91,323 in Electronics (See Top 100 in Electronics) #721 in LED & LCD TVs


Shipping Weight 79 pounds


Date First Available February 26, 2018


abunda_amazon_reviews 1) Samsung is forcing me to look at sponsored advertisement on my smart hub via my brand-new Television. I did not authorize this, wasn't made aware of this, and/or did not agree to being advertised to without being compensated. I asked them to buy the television back and they refused. 2) Without warning screen goes to black. TV will not respond to remote. I have to unplug from the wall to get the TV to work.;;Reviewed in the United States on September 9, 2018;;1.0 out of 5 stars;;Forced advertising, fade to black...;;Stupid is as Stupid does;;/gp/customer-reviews/R2UYG7VCTNXX50/ref=cm_cr_dp_d_rvw_ttl?ie=UTF8&ASIN=B079Z5FCH8;;;Google samsung screen dimming or samsung screen dimming with subtitles. I really did my research, I have bought Samsung TVs for years because of the picture quality. I decided to upgrade to the QLED series this year and just bought 2 (55 " and 75" Q8fn series). I set up the 55" and tried netflix house on haunted hill (dark scenes) as soon as I turned on the subtitles the screen began to go from so dark no details could be seen to a good picture. It is bad enough it makes it unwatchable. I tried a DVD (girl with the dragon tattoo bluray 4KUHD) same problem. tried usb 2 connection, HDMI nothing made a difference. I thought perhaps there was a setting I needed to adjust so I went to the internet to look for the solution, only to find there is no solution, none of the solutions by samsung or by others solved the problem. Many people report returning the TV because of this issue, which in all my research I did not discover until I searched for that specific issue. If you are hearing impaired or watch anything with subtitles, you will be very disappointed. Don't take my word for it, go to a place and look at the screen and have one of the sales people put the subtitles on for you, you will see it instantly on anything that is all but the brightest scenes. the darker the scene the worse the problem. I wish I had known ahead of time it would have saved the trouble and inconvenience of returning the TVs. if you search it you will find it is a problem with several of the samsung models, my old one from 4-5 years ago did not have this issue, but this is really a problem that needs to be addressed. it is a shame that somehow this was missed in a top of the line TV. I went and looked at other brands and did not see the same issue.;;Reviewed in the United States on December 1, 2018;;1.0 out of 5 stars;;Dimming screen issues;;tough critic;;/gp/customer-reviews/R1HB3POOSR68TS/ref=cm_cr_dp_d_rvw_ttl?ie=UTF8&ASIN=B079Z5FCH8;;;Buyer Beware: if you enjoy black and white movies, you will have to start enjoying pink and green movies. This TV does not display gray tones correctly. Far from it. Mine is tinted pink on the left half of the screen, and green on the right half. I tried every variation of settings to minimize this problem, but given that half the screen is one color, and the other half another color, it’s physically impossible. And this problem is present with all sources: Netflix (wireless connection), blu-ray (HDMI connection), cable TV, and ROKU. Hence, the problem is in the TV. And while the problem is most visible with black and white, it's also present with color. If there is a white wall in the background of a scene, the left half is tinted pink, the right half is tinted green. It's subtle, but it's there. After ten days of trying to get help for this (several hours on the phone with Samsung), they finally decided to send a technician to check it out today (12/26, 2018). They based this decision on photos of the screen that I sent them (some of them attached here). The worthless technician snapped a few photos, brought up some test patterns, snapped a few more photos, emailed them to Samsung technical support, then went outside (presumably to get some privacy) to call them for their verdict. They decided that the TV was working fine and they closed the problem ticket. Look at the attached images. (First image is the black and white self-dianosis gray scale, which isn't exactly gray. Second imagine is "Roma" from Netflix. Third image is "L'Avventura" from blu-ray). Is this the way a $1,600 dollar TV is supposed to perform? My $300 Samsung in the other room shows perfect grays, but not the $1,600 one. So, I have a choice. Spend more time on the phone with Samsung, trying to convince them that there is a problem, or sending the damned thing back. That’s an easy choice. I'm sending it back today for a refund. Samsung does not respect its customers. So I don't care to be one.;;Reviewed in the United States on December 26, 2018;;1.0 out of 5 stars;;TV does not render black and white correctly: Samsung refuses to admit there is a problem;;Dan Balogh;;/gp/customer-reviews/R1X1TDIJDG8854/ref=cm_cr_dp_d_rvw_ttl?ie=UTF8&ASIN=B079Z5FCH8;;;I had been looking to upgrade to a new 4K Smart TV. I have had great luck with previous Samsung TV purchases, however strongly considered the LG OLED technology and several other brands like Vizio and Sony. I did significant research on the benefits and cons of each utilizing tech forums and just reviews from customers who owned each. I ultimately selected Samsung Q8F in 55" as my new TV for overall picture quality and having good experience with prior Samsung TVs I have owned. I would rate the overall picture quality a 4.5 out of 5 stars, as the quality is slightly lower than that seen with OLED technology. One great aspect is Samsung guarantees no to have screen burn in, where as reading a lot of customer reviews on the LG OLED that did notice screen burn in.The blacks in the Samsung picture are the best I have seen from any LED technology. Another great feature is Ambient Mode, which allows you to make your TV a piece of artwork, or allows the TV to blend into wall behind it. The 4K resolution has been great for watching sports and playing my PS4 on. The slim bezel offers the maximum screen size with utmost beautiful design. Samsung has made the installation and set up so easy with its smart remote that controls virtually every device and its invisible connection keeps the area neat and not an eyesore with multiple cables.;;Reviewed in the United States on August 3, 2018;;5.0 out of 5 stars;;QLED TV is an Excellent Choice with Superb Design and Picture;;DanK;;/gp/customer-reviews/R1BA8ERI56HDFA/ref=cm_cr_dp_d_rvw_ttl?ie=UTF8&ASIN=B079Z5FCH8;;;I bought the 2018 QLED in hopes that Samsung had fixed the issues with the 2017 QLED, but unfortunately not. The colors are great but the QLED still does not have camera pan motion right. I don't know how professional reviews of these displays never mention all the artifacts and vertical banding that shows up when the camera moves. For instance on a long pass in football when the camera moves to stay with the ball, vertical ghost lines appear across the screen until the camera is still again. I've adjusted all relevant settings but nothing fixes the issue. If only the KS9000 was still available. Perhaps it's cousin the NU8000 would be a better choice.;;Reviewed in the United States on October 27, 2018;;2.0 out of 5 stars;;Great Colors, Bad Motion Artifacts;;Matt Archbold;;/gp/customer-reviews/R1QEOX0ATZ703F/ref=cm_cr_dp_d_rvw_ttl?ie=UTF8&ASIN=B079Z5FCH8

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Top Amazon Reviews


1.0 out of 5 stars
By Stupid is as Stupid does - Reviewed in the United States on September 9, 2018
Forced advertising, fade to black...
1) Samsung is forcing me to look at sponsored advertisement on my smart hub via my brand-new Television. I did not authorize this, wasn't made aware of this, and/or did not agree to being advertised to without being compensated. I asked them to buy the television back and they refused. 2) Without warning screen goes to black. TV will not respond to remote. I have to unplug from the wall to get the TV to work.

1.0 out of 5 stars
By tough critic - Reviewed in the United States on December 1, 2018
Dimming screen issues
Google samsung screen dimming or samsung screen dimming with subtitles. I really did my research, I have bought Samsung TVs for years because of the picture quality. I decided to upgrade to the QLED series this year and just bought 2 (55 " and 75" Q8fn series). I set up the 55" and tried netflix house on haunted hill (dark scenes) as soon as I turned on the subtitles the screen began to go from so dark no details could be seen to a good picture. It is bad enough it makes it unwatchable. I tried a DVD (girl with the dragon tattoo bluray 4KUHD) same problem. tried usb 2 connection, HDMI nothing made a difference. I thought perhaps there was a setting I needed to adjust so I went to the internet to look for the solution, only to find there is no solution, none of the solutions by samsung or by others solved the problem. Many people report returning the TV because of this issue, which in all my research I did not discover until I searched for that specific issue. If you are hearing impaired or watch anything with subtitles, you will be very disappointed. Don't take my word for it, go to a place and look at the screen and have one of the sales people put the subtitles on for you, you will see it instantly on anything that is all but the brightest scenes. the darker the scene the worse the problem. I wish I had known ahead of time it would have saved the trouble and inconvenience of returning the TVs. if you search it you will find it is a problem with several of the samsung models, my old one from 4-5 years ago did not have this issue, but this is really a problem that needs to be addressed. it is a shame that somehow this was missed in a top of the line TV. I went and looked at other brands and did not see the same issue.

1.0 out of 5 stars
By Dan Balogh - Reviewed in the United States on December 26, 2018
TV does not render black and white correctly: Samsung refuses to admit there is a problem
Buyer Beware: if you enjoy black and white movies, you will have to start enjoying pink and green movies. This TV does not display gray tones correctly. Far from it. Mine is tinted pink on the left half of the screen, and green on the right half. I tried every variation of settings to minimize this problem, but given that half the screen is one color, and the other half another color, it’s physically impossible. And this problem is present with all sources: Netflix (wireless connection), blu-ray (HDMI connection), cable TV, and ROKU. Hence, the problem is in the TV. And while the problem is most visible with black and white, it's also present with color. If there is a white wall in the background of a scene, the left half is tinted pink, the right half is tinted green. It's subtle, but it's there. After ten days of trying to get help for this (several hours on the phone with Samsung), they finally decided to send a technician to check it out today (12/26, 2018). They based this decision on photos of the screen that I sent them (some of them attached here). The worthless technician snapped a few photos, brought up some test patterns, snapped a few more photos, emailed them to Samsung technical support, then went outside (presumably to get some privacy) to call them for their verdict. They decided that the TV was working fine and they closed the problem ticket. Look at the attached images. (First image is the black and white self-dianosis gray scale, which isn't exactly gray. Second imagine is "Roma" from Netflix. Third image is "L'Avventura" from blu-ray). Is this the way a $1,600 dollar TV is supposed to perform? My $300 Samsung in the other room shows perfect grays, but not the $1,600 one. So, I have a choice. Spend more time on the phone with Samsung, trying to convince them that there is a problem, or sending the damned thing back. That’s an easy choice. I'm sending it back today for a refund. Samsung does not respect its customers. So I don't care to be one.

5.0 out of 5 stars
By DanK - Reviewed in the United States on August 3, 2018
QLED TV is an Excellent Choice with Superb Design and Picture
I had been looking to upgrade to a new 4K Smart TV. I have had great luck with previous Samsung TV purchases, however strongly considered the LG OLED technology and several other brands like Vizio and Sony. I did significant research on the benefits and cons of each utilizing tech forums and just reviews from customers who owned each. I ultimately selected Samsung Q8F in 55" as my new TV for overall picture quality and having good experience with prior Samsung TVs I have owned. I would rate the overall picture quality a 4.5 out of 5 stars, as the quality is slightly lower than that seen with OLED technology. One great aspect is Samsung guarantees no to have screen burn in, where as reading a lot of customer reviews on the LG OLED that did notice screen burn in.The blacks in the Samsung picture are the best I have seen from any LED technology. Another great feature is Ambient Mode, which allows you to make your TV a piece of artwork, or allows the TV to blend into wall behind it. The 4K resolution has been great for watching sports and playing my PS4 on. The slim bezel offers the maximum screen size with utmost beautiful design. Samsung has made the installation and set up so easy with its smart remote that controls virtually every device and its invisible connection keeps the area neat and not an eyesore with multiple cables.

2.0 out of 5 stars
By Matt Archbold - Reviewed in the United States on October 27, 2018
Great Colors, Bad Motion Artifacts
I bought the 2018 QLED in hopes that Samsung had fixed the issues with the 2017 QLED, but unfortunately not. The colors are great but the QLED still does not have camera pan motion right. I don't know how professional reviews of these displays never mention all the artifacts and vertical banding that shows up when the camera moves. For instance on a long pass in football when the camera moves to stay with the ball, vertical ghost lines appear across the screen until the camera is still again. I've adjusted all relevant settings but nothing fixes the issue. If only the KS9000 was still available. Perhaps it's cousin the NU8000 would be a better choice.

Recent Reviews


1.0 out of 5 stars
By Stupid is as Stupid does - Reviewed in the United States on September 9, 2018
Forced advertising, fade to black...
1) Samsung is forcing me to look at sponsored advertisement on my smart hub via my brand-new Television. I did not authorize this, wasn't made aware of this, and/or did not agree to being advertised to without being compensated. I asked them to buy the television back and they refused. 2) Without warning screen goes to black. TV will not respond to remote. I have to unplug from the wall to get the TV to work.

1.0 out of 5 stars
By tough critic - Reviewed in the United States on December 1, 2018
Dimming screen issues
Google samsung screen dimming or samsung screen dimming with subtitles. I really did my research, I have bought Samsung TVs for years because of the picture quality. I decided to upgrade to the QLED series this year and just bought 2 (55 " and 75" Q8fn series). I set up the 55" and tried netflix house on haunted hill (dark scenes) as soon as I turned on the subtitles the screen began to go from so dark no details could be seen to a good picture. It is bad enough it makes it unwatchable. I tried a DVD (girl with the dragon tattoo bluray 4KUHD) same problem. tried usb 2 connection, HDMI nothing made a difference. I thought perhaps there was a setting I needed to adjust so I went to the internet to look for the solution, only to find there is no solution, none of the solutions by samsung or by others solved the problem. Many people report returning the TV because of this issue, which in all my research I did not discover until I searched for that specific issue. If you are hearing impaired or watch anything with subtitles, you will be very disappointed. Don't take my word for it, go to a place and look at the screen and have one of the sales people put the subtitles on for you, you will see it instantly on anything that is all but the brightest scenes. the darker the scene the worse the problem. I wish I had known ahead of time it would have saved the trouble and inconvenience of returning the TVs. if you search it you will find it is a problem with several of the samsung models, my old one from 4-5 years ago did not have this issue, but this is really a problem that needs to be addressed. it is a shame that somehow this was missed in a top of the line TV. I went and looked at other brands and did not see the same issue.

1.0 out of 5 stars
By Dan Balogh - Reviewed in the United States on December 26, 2018
TV does not render black and white correctly: Samsung refuses to admit there is a problem
Buyer Beware: if you enjoy black and white movies, you will have to start enjoying pink and green movies. This TV does not display gray tones correctly. Far from it. Mine is tinted pink on the left half of the screen, and green on the right half. I tried every variation of settings to minimize this problem, but given that half the screen is one color, and the other half another color, it’s physically impossible. And this problem is present with all sources: Netflix (wireless connection), blu-ray (HDMI connection), cable TV, and ROKU. Hence, the problem is in the TV. And while the problem is most visible with black and white, it's also present with color. If there is a white wall in the background of a scene, the left half is tinted pink, the right half is tinted green. It's subtle, but it's there. After ten days of trying to get help for this (several hours on the phone with Samsung), they finally decided to send a technician to check it out today (12/26, 2018). They based this decision on photos of the screen that I sent them (some of them attached here). The worthless technician snapped a few photos, brought up some test patterns, snapped a few more photos, emailed them to Samsung technical support, then went outside (presumably to get some privacy) to call them for their verdict. They decided that the TV was working fine and they closed the problem ticket. Look at the attached images. (First image is the black and white self-dianosis gray scale, which isn't exactly gray. Second imagine is "Roma" from Netflix. Third image is "L'Avventura" from blu-ray). Is this the way a $1,600 dollar TV is supposed to perform? My $300 Samsung in the other room shows perfect grays, but not the $1,600 one. So, I have a choice. Spend more time on the phone with Samsung, trying to convince them that there is a problem, or sending the damned thing back. That’s an easy choice. I'm sending it back today for a refund. Samsung does not respect its customers. So I don't care to be one.

5.0 out of 5 stars
By DanK - Reviewed in the United States on August 3, 2018
QLED TV is an Excellent Choice with Superb Design and Picture
I had been looking to upgrade to a new 4K Smart TV. I have had great luck with previous Samsung TV purchases, however strongly considered the LG OLED technology and several other brands like Vizio and Sony. I did significant research on the benefits and cons of each utilizing tech forums and just reviews from customers who owned each. I ultimately selected Samsung Q8F in 55" as my new TV for overall picture quality and having good experience with prior Samsung TVs I have owned. I would rate the overall picture quality a 4.5 out of 5 stars, as the quality is slightly lower than that seen with OLED technology. One great aspect is Samsung guarantees no to have screen burn in, where as reading a lot of customer reviews on the LG OLED that did notice screen burn in.The blacks in the Samsung picture are the best I have seen from any LED technology. Another great feature is Ambient Mode, which allows you to make your TV a piece of artwork, or allows the TV to blend into wall behind it. The 4K resolution has been great for watching sports and playing my PS4 on. The slim bezel offers the maximum screen size with utmost beautiful design. Samsung has made the installation and set up so easy with its smart remote that controls virtually every device and its invisible connection keeps the area neat and not an eyesore with multiple cables.

2.0 out of 5 stars
By Matt Archbold - Reviewed in the United States on October 27, 2018
Great Colors, Bad Motion Artifacts
I bought the 2018 QLED in hopes that Samsung had fixed the issues with the 2017 QLED, but unfortunately not. The colors are great but the QLED still does not have camera pan motion right. I don't know how professional reviews of these displays never mention all the artifacts and vertical banding that shows up when the camera moves. For instance on a long pass in football when the camera moves to stay with the ball, vertical ghost lines appear across the screen until the camera is still again. I've adjusted all relevant settings but nothing fixes the issue. If only the KS9000 was still available. Perhaps it's cousin the NU8000 would be a better choice.