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85" Samsung 2020 85" Q70T QLED 4K Quantum HDR Smart TV with Tizen OS - £3,119 after £380 voucher - Sold by Reliant Direct via Amazon
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85" Samsung 2020 85" Q70T QLED 4K Quantum HDR Smart TV with Tizen OS - £3,119 after £380 voucher - Sold by Reliant Direct via Amazon

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Posted 12th Jun

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What do you think of this price?- For those looking for large QLED- Even though it is not the top most range QLED, still a lot of TV for the money- After applying £380 voucher to £3499, price reduced to £3119.
  • Q HDR powered by HDR10+: experience exceptional picture detail, just as the film makers intended
  • Quantum Processor 4K: enjoy the very best 4K picture, thanks to the power of AI
  • 100% Colour Volume: get genuine cinematic colour, made from over a billion shades
  • Adaptive Picture: relax as your TV adapts its brightness settings to give you the very best 4K picture – day or night
  • What's in the box: Samsung 2020 85" Q70T QLED 4K Quantum HDR Smart TV, One Remote Control, standard remote, batteries, user manual and power cable
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The Q70T is the 2020 revision of the TV that was badged Q60R in 2019 - this is a mid-range TV without even a local dimming system.

John lewis currently has the 82" Q60R for £2,100 so you'd be mad to pay £3,100 for this almost identical TV.

Or if it must be 85" you can pick up the competing Sony XG85 in 85" size for £2,200.
Edited by: "EndlessWaves" 12th Jun
Helpful56712/06/2020 22:52

85 inches !!!!!!!This blows my 65 inches out of the water !


6.5 inches?
kidrock12312/06/2020 23:35

Wonder if the packaging even fits through the front door…


If not, just try the back door!
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85 inches !!!!!!!

This blows my 65 inches out of the water !
Helpful56712/06/2020 22:52

85 inches !!!!!!!This blows my 65 inches out of the water !


6.5 inches?
Helpful56712/06/2020 22:52

85 inches !!!!!!!This blows my 65 inches out of the water !


If it was 6.5 inches it wouldn't stick out of the water probably 🤪
The Q70T is the 2020 revision of the TV that was badged Q60R in 2019 - this is a mid-range TV without even a local dimming system.

John lewis currently has the 82" Q60R for £2,100 so you'd be mad to pay £3,100 for this almost identical TV.

Or if it must be 85" you can pick up the competing Sony XG85 in 85" size for £2,200.
Edited by: "EndlessWaves" 12th Jun
EndlessWaves12/06/2020 23:05

The Q70T is the 2020 revision of the TV that was badged Q60R in 2019 - …The Q70T is the 2020 revision of the TV that was badged Q60R in 2019 - this is a mid-range TV without even a local dimming system.John lewis current has the 82" Q60R for £2,100 so you'd be mad to pay £3,100 for this almost identical TV.Or if it must be 85" you can pick up the competing Sony XG85 in 85" size for £2,200.


You know a lot of people who come to this HUKD are mad
Wonder if the packaging even fits through the front door…
kidrock12312/06/2020 23:35

Wonder if the packaging even fits through the front door…


If not, just try the back door!
Delay the madness six months and you'll be able to get the 85" Q950T for this price. That's the Q85R replacement and a much more capable TV.
EndlessWaves12/06/2020 23:05

The Q70T is the 2020 revision of the TV that was badged Q60R in 2019 - …The Q70T is the 2020 revision of the TV that was badged Q60R in 2019 - this is a mid-range TV without even a local dimming system.John lewis current has the 82" Q60R for £2,100 so you'd be mad to pay £3,100 for this almost identical TV.Or if it must be 85" you can pick up the competing Sony XG85 in 85" size for £2,200.


A minor difference. The Q70T supports 4K/120Hz 10-bit 4:4:4 The Q60R/Q70R/Q80R only support up to 4K/60Hz 8-bit 4:4:4 or 10bit using YCbCr 4:2:2. As to spending £1000 extra over the 82Q60R to gain the 4k/120hz support and 3in well I agree that doesn't make sense
Edited by: "Njay" 13th Jun
EndlessWaves12/06/2020 23:05

The Q70T is the 2020 revision of the TV that was badged Q60R in 2019 - …The Q70T is the 2020 revision of the TV that was badged Q60R in 2019 - this is a mid-range TV without even a local dimming system.John lewis currently has the 82" Q60R for £2,100 so you'd be mad to pay £3,100 for this almost identical TV.Or if it must be 85" you can pick up the competing Sony XG85 in 85" size for £2,200.


Could you confirm that this TV and the Sony XG85 have similar viewing experience? How do you compare those 2? I might think of keeping that in my wish list as well. Comments appreciated
kkthomask12/06/2020 23:50

Could you confirm that this TV and the Sony XG85 have similar viewing …Could you confirm that this TV and the Sony XG85 have similar viewing experience? How do you compare those 2? I might think of keeping that in my wish list as well. Comments appreciated


They both sit at the top of their company's mid-range lines, offering some basic HDR support of a wider colour gamut but no local dimming system while including most of the conventional premium TV features such as BFI, 120hz panel, high brightness, 4 HDMI ports and so on.

And for implementation quality if you look at Rtings reviews of the Q70T and XG85 they reckon they both perform similarly to the Q60R.
rtings.com/tv/…led
rtings.com/tv/…50g

Granted that's a Canadian site and models have been known to vary a bit across the world, but it puts them on similar footing.

You either want to be buying a 2019 model now or waiting until the pre-christmas sales start at the end of November to buy a 2020 model. Buying a 2020 model at this point in the year will see you paying a lot more money or getting a lot less TV.
Edited by: "EndlessWaves" 13th Jun
Imagine trying to get it up 3 flights of stairs
aikido4d12/06/2020 23:02

If it was 6.5 inches it wouldn't stick out of the water probably 🤪


Depends how shallow your baths are...
moneybanks1413/06/2020 00:30

Depends how shallow your baths are...


And allowing for shrivel from the water 😜
Bought 2 for stocking fillers
85"?! That's crazy!
EndlessWaves13/06/2020 00:01

They both sit at the top of their company's mid-range lines, offering some …They both sit at the top of their company's mid-range lines, offering some basic HDR support of a wider colour gamut but no local dimming system while including most of the conventional premium TV features such as BFI, 120hz panel, high brightness, 4 HDMI ports and so on. And for implementation quality if you look at Rtings reviews of the Q70T and XG85 they reckon they both perform similarly to the Q60R. https://www.rtings.com/tv/reviews/samsung/q70t-qledhttps://www.rtings.com/tv/reviews/sony/x850gGranted that's a Canadian site and models have been known to vary a bit across the world, but it puts them on similar footing.You either want to be buying a 2019 model now or waiting until the pre-christmas sales start at the end of November to buy a 2020 model. Buying a 2020 model at this point in the year will see you paying a lot more money or getting a lot less TV.


Many thanks dude, patience save money
£2,799 on Samsung via Xexec (or equivalent)
kkthomask13/06/2020 14:48

What is that xexec?


It's a shopping portal your employer signs up to - offers discounts on various bits and bobs. Samsung stuff usually comes up pretty reasonable
Bought 10 for ebay
kkthomask12/06/2020 23:41

If not, just try the back door!


That'll require extra protection.
Cold not 8k
Wait till black Friday is like last year Samsung will have 20 percent off and if you have employer scheme another 20 on top (made use of the offer last year for a 82q60
Opened thread just to read comments. I’ll wait for this to be on 80% off 😝
bengalknights13/06/2020 15:32

Wait till black Friday is like last year Samsung will have 20 percent off …Wait till black Friday is like last year Samsung will have 20 percent off and if you have employer scheme another 20 on top (made use of the offer last year for a 82q60


How do you get employer scheme?
kkthomask13/06/2020 16:50

How do you get employer scheme?


Your employer has to offer reward gateway
41082820-fYuaP.jpgWhat about this one?
contom13/06/2020 17:27

[Image] What about this one?


I would take one off it as a one off
Thanks ordered two
elliot140913/06/2020 00:28

Imagine trying to get it up 3 flights of stairs


I'd hire a helicopter 🚁
kkthomask14/06/2020 22:33

one for left and the other one for right eye?


You got it. Can’t wait to watch murder she wrote in HDR10+
Hi guys, do I need a specific HDMI cable to support 4k and EARC to my soundbar??
Nick8917/06/2020 09:03

Hi guys, do I need a specific HDMI cable to support 4k and EARC to my …Hi guys, do I need a specific HDMI cable to support 4k and EARC to my soundbar??


HDMI 1.4 and above cables should suffice
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