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Samsung – 65″ Class QN90A Neo QLED 4K UHD Smart Tizen TV

$1,519.99

(8 customer reviews)
Last updated on April 9, 2024 3:20 am Details
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Specification: Samsung – 65″ Class QN90A Neo QLED 4K UHD Smart Tizen TV

Display Type

LED

Model Number

QN65QN90AAFXZA

High Dynamic Range (HDR)

Yes

LED Panel Type

Neo QLED

Backlight Type

Full Array Local Dimming

Refresh Rate

120Hz

Smart Platform

Tizen

Number of HDMI Inputs

4

Works With

Amazon Alexa, Bixby, Google Assistant

Voice Assistant Built-in

Amazon Alexa, Bixby

Product Name

65" Class QN90A Neo QLED 4K UHD Smart Tizen TV

Stand Depth

11.2 inches

Brand

Samsung

Series

QN90A Series

Model Year

2021

Color

Titan Black

Color Category

Black

Product Height With Stand

35.2 inches

Product Width

56.9 inches

Product Depth With Stand

11.2 inches

Product Height Without Stand

32.6 inches

Product Depth Without Stand

1 inches

Product Weight With Stand

69.2 pounds

Product Weight Without Stand

53.8 pounds

Screen Size Class

65 inches

Resolution

4K (2160p)

RF Antenna Input

Yes

Height

37.3 inches

Depth

7.3 inches

Screen Size

65 inches

Picture Quality Enhancement Technology

Quantum HDR 32X

Curved Screen

No

Smart Capable

Yes

V-Chip

Yes

TV Tuner

Digital

Number of HDMI HDCP 2.2 Inputs

4

Number Of USB Port(s) (Total)

2

Number of Digital Optical Audio Outputs

1

Network Compatibility

Built-in Wi-Fi

Bluetooth Enabled

Yes

Adjustable Stand Width

No

Bluetooth Version

4.2

VESA Wall Mount Standard

400mm x 300mm

Built-In Speakers

Yes

ENERGY STAR Certified

No

EPEAT Qualified

No

Estimated Annual Operating Cost

24 United States dollars

Estimated Annual Electricity Use

200 kilowatt hours

Stand Included

Yes

Manufacturer's Warranty - Parts

1 Year

Manufacturer's Warranty - Labor

1 Year

Width

63.8 inches

UPC

887276520803

Photos: Samsung – 65″ Class QN90A Neo QLED 4K UHD Smart Tizen TV

8 reviews for Samsung – 65″ Class QN90A Neo QLED 4K UHD Smart Tizen TV

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  1. Millie478

    The Samsung QN90A is one of the best televisions I have ever seen but the colors are so vibrant that its breath taking and very comparable to an OLED. The unboxing experience was almost a disaster when my family member was unboxing it. The 20LB TV mount was what was holding the TV leveled in its packaging. When my family member removed it, the TV almost fell forward. Luckily, I was there to catch it before it fell. I recommend having more then one person when you unbox yours but enough of that. The controller for me is the highlight of this TV. The controller does not have replaceable batteries and it has a small solar panel in the back of it along with the USB C to charge it. This controller feels better than the previous iteration of it. The TV is very premium and has a lot of picture modes including the “Film Maker mode” which we tried when streaming Godzilla VS Kong and the HDR and blacks looked amazing. My son decided to use the Intelligent Mode and Adaptive picture mode. The TV would adjust its peek brightness depending on how bright the room is and how bright a scene should be. I noticed the TV looked a lot more vibrant when using the intelligent mode. This is a Smart TV powered by TizenOS and it has an APP store which you could download your favorite movie apps like Netflix, FUNimation, Paramount +, etc. It also has free over the air TV channels using the Samsung TV plus app and it supports NextGen TV too. The TV has four HDMI ports but only one HDMI 2.1 and E-ARC support with Atmos Passthrough which came in handy watching Godzilla and other content. I would recommend the Samsung Neo-QLED to my friends and family because it is as close to an OLED when it comes to representing true black on a LED screen. I received this product at a discounted price in exchange for my honest opinion!

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  2. SamsungTV

    Outstanding picture quality. Looks great above a fireplace. See photo.

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  3. MamaDoll

    I am a secondary user of this TV in our home, my husband uses it primarily but we’ve watched a few streaming shows and some ballgames on it together and the first thing that I noticed is the brightness. I can’t believe how bright and vibrant the picture is. We have an OLED TV as our main family room TV and I’ve always thought it looked so good, and I still do, but it’s nowhere near as bright as this one. The colors really pop! My husband tends to enjoy watching in the dark, and when we did that it might have been a bit too bright for me, but with lights on or normal daylight it was perfect. Love the way it looks physically as well, it’s thin and light, and has such little bezel around the frame. We’re a big smart home family and it was really cool how we could set up the TV using Smart Things app and can control everything via Assistant or the virtual remote on our phones, but I use use the included remote because it’s really cool too. The remote is great, small form factor, ‘minimalist’ but with all the buttons we need, it’s rechargeable via solar panel on the back, and it has an Assistant button right on it for voice commands. The smart apps all work really well, too, but if I’m being honest I like to use the free TV channels Samsung provides and just leave it on the Bob Ross channel. It has a pretty neat ambient art mode too, if you like to leave the TV on when not in use. I like this TV so much, I’m trying to talk my husband into swapping it with the OLED in our family room so I can use it more, but he play his video games on it and it has HDMI 2.1 on one of the ports so it makes his games look that much better, so I’m probably gonna lose that battle.
    Overall, it’s a really excellent TV.
    Disclosure, our family received this product at a discounted rate in exchange for our honest opinion.

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  4. Scott

    Pros: The lightest parts of the screen are brighter, and it’s more burn in resistant.
    Cons: Even on its brightest setting, the black crush destroys all shadow detail. The dirty screen effect is worse than burn-in because it’s not covered by my extended warranty. Everything between the brightest and darkest parts of the screen are still dimmer than on my LG GX OLED. Also, the color accuracy is suboptimal. The OS doesn’t pass though Atmos on anything but Netflix. Peacock app is not available.
    Recommendations: Trust the reviewers. Do NOT buy this piece of junk. Buy an LG OLED deal with bad remote, buy a good mount/stand, and get a stream box for HBO max on the LG.

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  5. dollunit

    My personal ‘high water mark’ for TVs has been our daily driver OLED TV from 2-3 years ago, and an older Plasma from around 2012 I’ve been using in my home office as a third PC monitor and to game on. My love of sports and video games has never meshed well with LCD TVs in the past. But this TV may have changed that.
    To start with, it looks great and stylish. It’s thin—almost as thin as our OLED—and has slim bezels. I am mid refresh in my office currently and haven’t been able to mount the TV yet, so I’m using it with the stand which looks nice as well—it’s also heavy and sturdy. As for the picture, some of the reasons I’d preferred OLED and Plasma TVs was black levels and blooming. This TV does both very well thanks in part to the mini LEDs with dimming zones which lead to great black depth and excellent contrast. Out of the box the picture was oversaturated a bit, but after calibration the picture is fantastic. It honestly has the best color reproduction and black levels I’ve ever had on any non-OLED TV. Brightness is…wow. HDR content pops and jumps off the screen.
    Gaming. One of the biggest reasons I went with this TV was for gaming. It has Variable Refresh Rate (VRR), Auto Low Latency Mode (ALLM) and port 4 is HDMI 2.1 allowing for 120hz/4K gaming—when gaming consoles take full advantage of it. One gripe, it would be nice if had more than just the one HDMI 2.1 port for those with multiple gaming consoles. It recognized both my PS5 and XSX automatically, added them to the input and enabled Game Mode automatically when that input is selected—such a nice feature when you’re used to manually doing so with previous TVs. Input lag is low to nonexistent. Gaming is smooth and judder-free. This TV is providing me a gaming experience that I’ve never had before, it’s incredible and a game changer.
    Other more minor things I’ve come to appreciate included being SmartThings ready. I was able to connect it to my smart home set up via the app and did all the initial setup via the SmartThings app, including registering the TV. I can also use the SmartThings remote to control the TV, and my SmartThings scenes are available on the TV and can be initiated via the TV remote. It also lets you choose which voice assistant you want to use; I went with Google Assistant as it’s what I use for my smart home setup. There’s even a mic button for the assistant on the remote. Speaking of the remote, it’s very nice. It’s small, solar rechargeable and doesn’t have a ton of buttons on it but has everything I’ve needed.
    My only frustration thus far came with the initial setup. It ended up being an issue with my home network and not the TV at all, but I’ll share it here for any others who run into it. When attempting to accept the T&Cs it would always time out and say the server was under maintenance. It did this with ALL network related setup, including the apps. I tried lots of stuff I read on Samsung’s support forums and even reach out to Samsung support and nothing worked. In the end, it was my home network’s ad-blocker. I had to whitelist several domains the TV was attempting to connect to. Everything is working great after discovering this and whitelisting those domains.
    A tip of the cap to Samsung. This TV is awesome.
    Disclaimer, I received this product at a discounted rate in exchange for my honest opinion.

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  6. JD61

    This Samsung 8K Television has the Best Color and sound! I really like this television because it looks like your at the movie theater, especially when the lights are turned off! Samsung knocked it out of the ball park!!

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  7. Bodeans

    After approximately 100 hours of use, here are my current thoughts regarding this product;
    1. Picture Quality
    The picture quality of this product incredible. Whether it be streaming movies or playing video games, the quality is the best I have ever seen
    . Being a long time video gamer, I have watched the development of graphics and CGI develop over time. This television has unlocked the greater image quality that I have ever seen. The picture quality and brightness of this product is easily the most standout feature.
    2. Smart Features
    I have no complaints in regard to the content provided among the smart features. I have been able to access every streaming service I use with ease. From the start, I found the organization of these features to be relatively easy to work with and well formatted.
    3. Design
    This product is beautifully crafted. I was very surprised by how light the television was despite its very large size. The sleek finish and low profile fit great in any modern home. I was also very pleased with the heavy duty stand that came with the television. I feel that it provides a nice design with maximum security to prevent the television from falling forward or backward.
    4. My experience with this product
    From day one, I have been playing PlayStation 5 video games on this television. The picture quality is breathtaking, especially when combined with the latest generation of video game consoles. I am also a huge Star Wars fan and frequently re watch the series on a variety of platforms. After watching Star Wars: A New Hope (1977), I was shocked at the picture quality I was getting from a movie that is 44 years old.
    Overall, I am still amazed at how beautiful this product is, both in design and functionality. Without a doubt, the best television I have ever used or owned. I received this product at a discounted rate in exchange for my honest opinion

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  8. Hadriel

    If you’re here, you are likely here because you want an excellent gaming TV and don’t want to pay OLED prices (or a related reason). If that’s the case, you are in the right place. I don’t typically do long winded reviews, but this set warrants it. So lets get into it.
    First up, is the tech. This is a “mini LED” TV. What is that? simple answer – the LED’s used for the backlight / illuminating pixels are MUCH smaller than conventional LED’s used to backlight tv’s. Why is this important? – This is important for a number of reasons, the most important of which is that there is a much larger number of these LED’s being used for the backlight. (more on that in a minute) Given that they are much smaller, that means the overall depth of the chassis is considerably thinner than any of the other flagship QLED tv’s. If you’re into the whole “ultra thin” thing, put a check in the box.
    Why else is this important? – Traditional LED’s take up more space. More space means less LED’s doing more work with backlighting the pixels. It also means less accuracy in lighting the pixels (since they are bigger and further from the LCD). This is a contributing factor to “blooming”.
    Anything else? Yes. Mini LED’s allow for a greater number of zones for dimming. What’s a dimming zone? – basically a dimming zone is a group of LED’s being used for the backlight that can be “dimmed” independently and automatically during normal use to enhance contrast and black depth.
    The QN90A (65 inch model) gets 792 dimming zones… That is amazing. That is also a major contributing factor to the picture quality (which is also amazing). NOTE**** the 55 inch model does NOT have nearly as many dimming zones and IMO is an inferior model. The reason THAT is important is because if you are shopping for this TV, this is almost certainly not going to be the last review you read. That being the case, be sure to check which size the reviewer of your choice is reviewing. EVERYONE i’ve seen review the 55 inch version of this panel is claiming that blooming and light bleeding are issues. EVERYONE reviewing the 65 inch version of this panel are basically praising it.
    Why is it good for gaming? HDMI 2.1, 120hz 4k, VRR. ALLM (auto low latency mode) I did not check to see if the HDMI 2.1 is a full bandwidth port or not (i.e. whether it’s pushing 40gbps or the full 48gbps), but it’s mostly a moot point since the newest gaming consoles don’t support the full 2.1 bandwidth either. My comparison television is a 65″ Q9F from about 3 years ago. That television was excellent. This blows it out of the water in nearly every way. Input lag is low. game mode is virtually judder free. Game mode is automatic (that may seem like a nit picky thing but try having to manually put your TV in and out of Game mode for ~ 5 years then tell me how much you appreciate this feature) in terms of gaming performance, it’s literally night and day.
    Picture quality – in short, it’s insane. Best color reproduction i’ve seen in any TV that isn’t an OLED. Best black levels i’ve seen in any TV that isn’t an OLED (in some regards it performs almost as well as OLED. why do i say almost – because OLED has TRUE black since the pixels literally turn off) That said i challenge anyone to observe the black levels of a properly tuned version of this television and not praise it.
    Color reproduction – Out of the box, the picture was over saturated. Reds washed out but Greens and blues were pretty ok. After tuning the TV properly i am pleased to say that color is amazing. For comparison, my Q9F is one of the brightest most colorful TV’s i’ve ever used. this blows it out of the water. NOTE – my Q9F was almost $1000 more just a few years ago in the same size.
    Motion – Samsung has come a long way with their motion smoothing tech. so much so that leaving it on auto (for non gaming applications) is actually perfectly fine. picture is buttery smooth.
    Blooming – i have not noticed any blooming yet, and trust me i’ve been looking. Will this change in the future? don’t know. i’ve had it about 5 days and put it through it’s paces. But as it sits, i am utterly amazed at the black levels this TV produces and have yet to see any blooming or light bleed. I’m sure there is some but this is best in class.
    Brightness – Wow… This TV hits 2000 nits of brightness with the brightest HDR content. For reference, that is enough brightness to make you physically squint at the screen. That is also considerably higher than most TV’s out there at current. Why is that important – HDR is based on brightness. So all those fancy ray gun glows and particle effects in movies and games benefit solely from the brightness of the set. (obviously color reproduction plays a part here too but brightness is the biggest factor)
    Conclusion – i could go on for a while about the set. but bottom line is if you want a phenomenal gaming tv, take a looooong hard look at this (in the 65 inch don’t bother with the 55). I have zero regrets. It’s worth noting that i was coming from a very good gaming tv (the Q9F) to this. So if you don’t already have a gaming TV, you will likely be blown away by it. hats off samsung, definitely pleased with my purchase.

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    Samsung – 65″ Class QN90A Neo QLED 4K UHD Smart Tizen TV
    Samsung – 65″ Class QN90A Neo QLED 4K UHD Smart Tizen TV

    $1,519.99

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