Samsung are experts in electronics, being the biggest of manufacturer of TVs worldwide. They are known for their QLED display which they developed using quantum dot technology, creating a bright and colourful display. So it’s fair to say that Samsung is a great choice if you are looking to invest in a new TV. However, there are so many options and a TV is a big purchase that you don’t want to get wrong. That’s why we have decided to put together a blog of some of the best-reviewed Samsung TV’s, highlighting what the reviews say and providing an overview of the pros and cons to each. We hope that this will help you to decide upon the best Samsung TV for your needs.
Samsung 2020 65″ Q800T QLED 8K HDR 2000 Smart TV with Tizen OS Black
The Samsung 2020 Q800T QLED 8K HDR Smart TV is pricier than some other Samsung TVs on our list, however if you are looking for an 8K resolution then this is in fact very good value. The 8K display provides an ultra-sharp and bright picture, with 4 times the resolution of 4K! This TV also excels at audio, with 3D Object Tracking Sound Technology gives an extra immersive experience that you won’t find with cheaper QLED TVs. One drawback you may find is that colours may sometimes lack punch.
Overall, if you are looking for an 8K TV without paying a ridiculous price tag – this is definitely one to consider.
Price: £1,799.00 (currently £500 off!)
Samsung 2020 55″ TU8000 Crystal UHD 4K HDR Smart TV in Black
The Samsung 2020 TU8000 4K Smart TV is a well performing TV, and a good choice for those who don’t want to splash out on the pricier QLED models. It’s smart TV system provides all the streaming apps you can think of, including Netflix, Apple TV and Disney Plus. It lacks a bit of brightness compared to the pricier sets, however its 4K display provides a sharp and detailed picture, with strong black levels and an overall a great picture performance for the price. Something to be aware of is that viewing angles are a weakness for this TV, meaning that if you will be watching this TV from far off angles then it loses some of its picture contrast and colour saturation.
Overall, this is a highly rated TV that provides good value for money.
Samsung 65” The Frame Art Mode QLED 4K HDR Smart TV (2021) in Black
The 65” The Frame Art Mode QLED 4K HDR Smart TV (2021) is a unique Samsung TV that we thought deserved a place on this list. If aesthetics are the most important to you – then this TV definitely delivers. It hangs and looks just like a real picture frame. It’s Art Mode allows you to display artworks and you can upload your own photos to display when your TV is not in use. It also has a OneConnect cabling solution so everything looks slick and tidy. It has a crisp 4K display, however reviewers mention the brightness is a bit dim compared to other QLED models, so that is something to be aware of. But overall, this is a well-performing and artistic TV that would look great in anyone’s home.
Price: £1,799.00 (currently £200 off!)
Samsung 2020 65″ Q80T QLED 4K HDR 1500  Smart TV with Tizen OS Silver
The Samsung 65″ Q80T QLED 4K HDR Smart TV (2020) is the best Samsung TV choice if you’re a gamer. It has a variable refresh rate support (VRR), fast response time, and ultra-low image lag. This means that gameplay is clear and seamless without any delays. It also includes a HDMI 2.1 port for next generation consoles. It has a high-quality QLED 4K display that makes colours pop, however reviews did note that during “game mode” the local dimming feature isn’t very effective. This means that black colours don’t appear as sharp. But overall, this is a perfect choice if you plan on using your TV for gaming!
Samsung 65” QN900A Neo QLED 8K HDR Smart TV (2021) in Silver
If you have a large budget and are looking to go all out, this 65” QN900A Neo QLED 8K HDR Smart TV (2021) from Samsung’s new Neo QLED is one of the best money can buy. This TV offers amazingly detailed 8K resolution and with stunning colour and brightness on an edge-to-edge infinity screen. Its Quantum processor means it does a great job of upgrading 4K content to 8K quality. It uses new mini LED lighting technology which means its black levels are impressive. This TV is also great for gaming as it has Motion Plus technology, meaning gameplay is seamless without lag. One potential issue highlighted in reviews is that the screen is quite reflective, meaning there may be some glare if you are in a well-lit room or with a lot of direct sunlight.
Overall, if you’re looking for a truly impressive Samsung TV and have the budget to match, this is definitely the option for you.
Samsung 2020 65″ 4K TV TU8300 Curved Crystal UHD HDR Smart TV in Grey
If you’re looking for a curved TV, this 65″ TU8300 Curved Crystal UHD 4K HDR Smart TV (2020) is a good option with great reviews. The curved design helps reduce glare and it has a sharp 4K display which does a great job of upgrading lower resolution content. It has Samsung’s Bixby assistant and Alexa built-in for easy voice control. It also has a Tap View feature that allows you to tap your phone to your TV screen, and whatever you’re watching on your phone will appear on your TV! The reviews highlight that it has lower brightness compared to other models, and it does have a lower response time meaning there may be some motion blur with fast-moving content. Also, it will need a special wall mounting bracket due to its curve and size.
Overall, if you’re looking for a 4K curved TV this is a good option that performs well for the price.
Samsung 2020 55″ Q90T QLED 4K HDR 2000 Flagship Smart TV with Tizen OS Black
The 55″ Q90T Flagship QLED 4K HDR Smart TV (2020) is a great choice if you are looking for a well-priced 4K TV. It provides amazing picture quality and has good performance in both bright and dark environments. The QLED display provides an excellent colour spectrum and high brightness. It has very fast response time and low input lag meaning it’s also good for gamers. The Tizen OS interface is also very user friendly and there are plenty of smart TV apps to choose from. One potential issue reported in reviews is that it can stutter a bit with low frame rate content. But overall, this is an excellent all-rounder TV with great reviews.
Price: £1,099.00 (currently £100 off!)
Samsung 2021 43″ AU7100 UHD 4K HDR Smart TV
The 43” AU7100 UHD 4K HDR Smart TV (2021) is perfect if you are looking for a 4K TV at a bargain price. This is also good for people who have a smaller living space and want a TV to match, as this 43″ size is smaller than a lot of the Samsung lines offer. Though it doesn’t have the same ability to deliver peak brightness like more expensive models, it still gives a good, vibrant picture for most content. It also has low input lag which is beneficial if you use your TV for gaming. Its smart TV platform also offers a wide host of streaming and catch-up services to keep you entertained. Some things to note from reviews is that it doesn’t perform too well in dark rooms as it greys out a bit, and there are only 2 HDMI ports.
Overall though, this is a good TV if you’re looking for a bargain or don’t have much space.
Samsung 2020 65″ Q60T QLED 4K Quantum HDR Smart TV with Tizen OS Black
The 65″ Q60T QLED 4K HDR Smart TV (2020) is a great choice if you are looking for an all-rounder TV. It has a great contrast ratio and amazing black levels, meaning it displays deep blacks, especially in dark rooms. So this is great if you love to watch movies in the dark. The display also gets bright enough so that glare in well-lit rooms is not much of an issue. Though one drawback is that this TV has narrow viewing angles, so the display doesn’t look as great when viewed from a side-on angle. It is decent for gamers with amazingly low input lag, though the response time is slightly slow so you may experience some motion blur. So overall, this TV is a good option to consider, especially if you watch a lot of shows and movies in dark environments.
Samsung 2020 65″ Q70T QLED 4K Quantum HDR Smart TV with Tizen OS Black
The 65″ Q70T QLED 4K HDR Smart TV (2020) is a great option if you are looking for a reasonably priced all-rounder 4K TV. It has very good performance in dark rooms and good reflection handling. It also upscales lower resolution content to 4K without any issues. Gaming also performs well on this TV due to its low lag and high refresh rate. Though one thing reviews note is that it has quite narrow viewing angles, meaning it looks best face-on and loses some sharpness when viewed from the side. Overall, this is a good choice if you enjoy gaming and need a TV that performs well in dark or dimly-lit environments.
We hope that this blog has helped you decide which Samsung TV is right for you! Let us know in the comments which one is your favourite!Tags: electronics, onlineshopping, tech, televisions, tv's