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Samsung QE65Q900R 65 inch QLED 8K HDR 3000 Smart TV TVPlus £2,499 at Richer Sounds
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Samsung QE65Q900R 65 inch QLED 8K HDR 3000 Smart TV TVPlus £2,499 at Richer Sounds

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Posted 20th Aug

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  • Brand Samsung
  • QLED Yes
  • HDR Yes
  • BBC iPlayer Yes
  • Pixel Resolution 7680 x 4320
  • Scart Sockets No
  • Speakers Yes
  • Screen Size 65
  • Motion Processing 4000 PQI
  • LED Backlight QLED - Full Array
  • Power Consumption- Normal Use 352
  • Stand Yes - Fixed
  • Wall Mount Required VESA - 400 x 400
  • Energy Efficiency Rating D
  • Local Dimming Yes - Full Dimming
  • Camera No
  • Gesture Control No
  • Packaging Dimensions WxHxD 1621 x 980 x 195
  • Netflix 4K Streaming Yes
  • Power Consumption - Annual 488
  • Panel Bit Depth 10 Bit
  • HDR Format HDR10+, HDR10, HLG
  • Peak Brightness 3000 nits
  • Quantum Dot Yes
  • TVPlus Yes - Aerial and Satellite
  • Analogue Tuner Yes
  • USB Video Playback Yes
  • USB Recording Yes
  • Headphone Socket No - Bluetooth only
  • Wireless Connection Yes
  • Full Web Browser Yes
  • Power Consumption - Standby 0.5
  • Integrated DVD Player No
  • ARC - Audio Return Channel Yes
  • Touch Screen No
  • Voice Activated TV Yes
  • Twin Tuners Yes
  • HDMI 2.0 Yes
  • Screen Resolution 8k
  • Panel Frequency (Hz) 100 Hz
  • Dimensions excluding stand WxHxD (mm) 1452.2 x 836.4 x 34.1
  • Dimensions including stand WxHxD (mm) 1452.2 x 898.2 x 304.9
  • Digital Audio Output Yes - Optical
  • USB 3
  • Weight (KG) 29.5/30.5 (Without/With Stand)
  • Component No
  • Remote Control yes
  • Smartphone control Yes
  • HDMI 4_HDCP2_2_4
  • Wi-Fi Built In yes
  • Maximum Stand Width (mm) 1285
  • 3D TV No

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21 Comments
Is anything actually available in 8k at present? The vast majority of content isn't even 4k...
Edited by: "akajay07" 20th Aug
akajay0720/08/2019 15:44

Is anything actually available in 8k at present? The vast majority of …Is anything actually available in 8k at present? The vast majority of content isn't even 4k...


The vast majority of TV is 1080i which isn't even FHD. Unless you've got some insanely fast broadband, I can't see many other sources of 8K content. Even if you do get something in 8K, the amount of compression will be insane.
akajay0720/08/2019 15:44

Is anything actually available in 8k at present? The vast majority of …Is anything actually available in 8k at present? The vast majority of content isn't even 4k...


Pretty much nothing yet. Though the upscaling they do is pretty great.
Yeh the price is based on whats availbe at the same price and wanted some feedback.. As the newer version is a hell of a lot more and its even cheaper than the 4k new version. 8k for 4k don't care both will be great
Edited by: "lee78" 20th Aug
Masteryates20/08/2019 15:51

The vast majority of TV is 1080i which isn't even FHD. Unless you've got …The vast majority of TV is 1080i which isn't even FHD. Unless you've got some insanely fast broadband, I can't see many other sources of 8K content. Even if you do get something in 8K, the amount of compression will be insane.


Ur mesg has not got nothing to do with price. Have a look let me know what is a availbe at this price and tell if its a good deal. Don't vote just cause its 8k.
lee7820/08/2019 16:21

Ur mesg has not got nothing to do with price. Have a look let me know what …Ur mesg has not got nothing to do with price. Have a look let me know what is a availbe at this price and tell if its a good deal. Don't vote just cause its 8k.


It's more a case of why pay extra for 8K? I understand what you are saying about the hotness of the deal if you do want an 8K TV.
Rather just spend the same on a damn good 4k OLED. Unless you have a 8k camera , and even then i'd rather go professional monitor as anyone with an 8k camera will generally be a pro, these are bragging rights down the pub TV'S. Nothing more.
if its the cheapest 8k then its hot i suppose but as a usable TV. its a few years too early. all hail upscaling!
Masteryates20/08/2019 16:36

It's more a case of why pay extra for 8K? I understand what you are saying …It's more a case of why pay extra for 8K? I understand what you are saying about the hotness of the deal if you do want an 8K TV.


Lol but ur not as it is working out cheaper than buying the 4k version. Would you buy a 4k Samsung at 2999 thats been out for 6months or an 8k for 500 less that's been out for about 1yr and half. Should have maybe put that in details
lee7820/08/2019 16:48

Lol but ur not as it is working out cheaper than buying the 4k version. …Lol but ur not as it is working out cheaper than buying the 4k version. Would you buy a 4k Samsung at 2999 thats been out for 6months or an 8k for 500 less that's been out for about 1yr and half. Should have maybe put that in details


Yes, would be good to mention that in the details.
sagman7620/08/2019 16:45

Rather just spend the same on a damn good 4k OLED. Unless you have a 8k …Rather just spend the same on a damn good 4k OLED. Unless you have a 8k camera , and even then i'd rather go professional monitor as anyone with an 8k camera will generally be a pro, these are bragging rights down the pub TV'S. Nothing more. if its the cheapest 8k then its hot i suppose but as a usable TV. its a few years too early. all hail upscaling!

I was tempted with oled but decided against it
I love my oled
Masteryates20/08/2019 16:50

Yes, would be good to mention that in the details.


Yeh but come on the whole point in hotdealuk is price and deals and not whether it's 8k or not. Anyway this site can be hard work sometimes lol
Masteryates20/08/2019 15:51

The vast majority of TV is 1080i which isn't even FHD. Unless you've got …The vast majority of TV is 1080i which isn't even FHD. Unless you've got some insanely fast broadband, I can't see many other sources of 8K content. Even if you do get something in 8K, the amount of compression will be insane.


Thats where physical medium comes in.
But its not cool to watch on disc when all the cool kids have internet so indeed, 8k maybe dead before it starts as there will never be any worthwhile content (it will live of course, just to sell subscriptions).
Infact even 4k is questionable when streamed (1080 at the same bitrate is virtually as good)

Unfortunately while 8k is great, to benefit from it you have to be old fashioned.
Would imagine the biggest benefit of 8K is better upscaling and picture quality. Just because there's lack of 8K content is no reason not to buy it. After all, I'd never say to someone who just watches Blu-rays or HD streams NOT to get a 4K TV.
I bought the 75" version from Samsung Direct for £2699 and I also managed to convince samsung customer service to put a 5 year warranty against my order too (not standard at £2699 price).

I've used it for up to 40 minutes side by side with my 65B8 and I much prefer my OLED. It's obviously in perfect condition with all the packaging etc.

I am returning it to Samsung but their courier hasn't collected yet. If someone wants to buy it off me at the price I paid, feel free to PM me (I'll want to see some form of ID and will expect payment via bank transfer given I offering this out of goodness of heart given that Samsung are due to collect it and refund me)
Yas20/08/2019 19:47

Would imagine the biggest benefit of 8K is better upscaling and picture …Would imagine the biggest benefit of 8K is better upscaling and picture quality. Just because there's lack of 8K content is no reason not to buy it. After all, I'd never say to someone who just watches Blu-rays or HD streams NOT to get a 4K TV.


Can't say I really noticed any picture enhancement from 8k upscaling when I streamed Netflix HDR content simulteanously on my 65B8 and my 75Q900R.
I have the 75" version and I love it. I prefer it over oleds. Although OLED's have better contrast ratios, I just don't like their RGB look and just did not want to worry about screen burn as I have a lot of long gaming sessions. If it wasn't for screen burn, I would have gone oled.
Bought a Q900 75in couple of weeks ago been watching blu ray
lee7820/08/2019 16:55

Yeh but come on the whole point in hotdealuk is price and deals and not …Yeh but come on the whole point in hotdealuk is price and deals and not whether it's 8k or not. Anyway this site can be hard work sometimes lol


I agree with you lee. On the other hand, the comments section can be used to point out flaws with a potential purchase, i.e. lack of 8K content. I think we both know there are many out there which will think if they buy an 8K TV, everything will suddenly be in 8K and look fantastic.
nightyard20/08/2019 20:34

Can't say I really noticed any picture enhancement from 8k upscaling when …Can't say I really noticed any picture enhancement from 8k upscaling when I streamed Netflix HDR content simulteanously on my 65B8 and my 75Q900R.


Well, you'll be wanting to play physical 4K discs for comparison, not a stream which is inferior quality to start with, and gets even worse if the bandwidth dips. Not saying that will now show any difference, but you want to give yourself the best chance.
That's odd - I just got an e-mail from them and at the top of the e-mail is the 55inch model - and it's £500 more? I assume it's a better model?
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