Neo QLED 8K – QN900A: Official Introduction | Samsung

The TV of tomorrow, for today.

Neo QLED 8K QN900A promises you the best viewing experience ever.

Greatness never ends, but evolves with 8K.

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63 thoughts on “Neo QLED 8K – QN900A: Official Introduction | Samsung

  1. Increíble que cometan un error con su publicidad y se hagan los desentendidos ¿por que no me responden por lo que pairaron en ktronix? ¿Es esa la manera de proceder de la empresa que se llena la boca diciendo que tiene una de las mejores atenciones al cliente?

  2. Kindly please read Bhagavad Gita As It Is by A. C. Bhaktivedanta Swami Prabhupada and kindly please also pass this message to everyone in your contact lists and kindly please also through word of mouth. Kindly please Will of Krishna

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  4. I have a 65" QN90T. It is incredible. The one connect is genius, one connect remote I love. Kids use it with ease. The built in sound is so good I got rid of my sound bar. TV is so bright i can watch it with full sun in the screen with no issues and when there is an explosions I have to look away its so bright. I cant even imagine how good this is but id buy it if my TV broke. $5K for a 65 of this is fair I'd say. I wouldn't hesitate.

  5. I love that the commercial is in 1080… there's hardly any 4K content..what could I watch in 8K unless I have my own camera. I guess since still digital record in such high rez, you could look at nice pictures

  6. Shame there is still no DOLBY VISION….in 2021?

    BIG DISAPPOINTMENT, even Xbox do propose it through a paying app.

    And this, especially when you get affordable LG that do.
    It’s an high quality price device without the right high quality features.

    So few movies or streaming services offers HDR10, so what’s the point of having HDR features on your TV, when it can’t be exploited???

    Samsung TV is so 2010…

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