The Samsung QN800B is an 8K television that uses Samsung’s MiniLED technology. Those phrases instantly scream premium, and watching this TV is a simply fantastic experience.
If you are used to lighter flat displays, the QN800B might surprise you. With the stand, it weighs about 69 pounds. However, weight is not completely on TV; behind it’s the smart center Tizen Slim One Connect, which houses the latest Neural Quantum 8K processor.
It took some skill to get this hub to sit in the groove on the stand and lock with the cover provided, but once that’s done, it is practically a “set it and forget it” component. Of course, you can even install the hub or leave it on the side, but with this immersive TV, you will want to keep all distractions to a minimum.
The TV is 0.7 inches thick and has several ventilation holes to make sure that the heat generated is distributed appropriately. As a result, the Samsung TV gets hot but not hot enough to damage the plaster of the wall if it’s mounted when watching movies or binge watching TV series. That’s quite an accomplishment for a machine running 8K.
Price and Availability of Samsung QNQ00B
The Samsung QN800B 8K MiniLED TV is now available for purchase, and the 65-inch model we’re reviewing costs $2,799, down barely from launch. There is also a 75-inch version available for $3,499 and an 85-inch variant for $4,499.
The Samsung QN800B’s 8K display is incredible; the colours pop on this device, maybe a little too much at times, but it really brings everything you are seeing on the screen to life. This is feasible through Samsung’s Quantum Dot Technology and the Mini LEDs that power the device’s display.
Brightness is not a problem here; even in direct sunlight, this gadget exceeds 1000 nits and becomes bright.
However, we recommend that you reduce the brightness significantly if you want to use this gadget in a dark room.
The picture quality was also engrossing when gaming. The QN800B offers a 120Hz refresh rate, making it appropriate for current generation consoles such as the PS5.
The Sound Quality of Samsung QNQ00B
There is actual width to its presentation and the slightest hint of height for Dolby Atmos soundtracks. OTS+ technology also has an audible influence, and when combined, you get a TV that sounds far better than you might expect.
The midrange, specifically, is vast and distinct, with a well-balanced tonal balance and lots of fine detail. Only the bottom of the frequency range, which is predictably short on presence and simply rattled by significant dynamic events, reveals the game.
Samsung has some very competent soundbars, and if you have one with ‘Q Symphony’ support, the QN800B’s audio system can further contribute to the total speaker arrangement.
The Gaming Experience on Samsung QNQ00B
All four HDMI inputs support 4K 120Hz, ALLM, VRR, and AMD FreeSync Pro and are HDMI 2.1, which have a total of 48 Gbps bandwidth. At the same time, you include an input lag time of under 10ms (4K 60Hz) when in ‘Game’ mode; it is clear that the next generation console user is satisfactorily catered for here.
Samsung’s ‘Game Bar’ function is also accessible, so if you want pop-up information like frame rate, refresh rate, etc, it is at your fingertips.
The QN800B OLED 8K TV from Samsung is as terrific as it gets, but the high cost keeps me from really committing to one. However, I suggest the QN800B TV for people who want the best in their living rooms or a future-proof TV system if money is not a problem.
In addition, this TV was created for people who want to see every detail while watching and those who want a model that’s likely to support the formats and resolutions that shows and films will reach in the future. near