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SAMSUNG Q90T 65" Smart 4K Ultra HD HDR QLED TV with Bixby, Alexa & Google Assistant with code £1,799 at Currys PC World
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SAMSUNG Q90T 65" Smart 4K Ultra HD HDR QLED TV with Bixby, Alexa & Google Assistant with code £1,799 at Currys PC World

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Posted 18th Oct 2020

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Probably won't get cheaper than this on Black Friday.

4K with HDR


With the Samsung QE65Q90TATXXU 65" Smart 4K Ultra HD HDR QLED TV, all your content is upscaled to 4K – even if it's not filmed in 4K. The intelligent Quantum Processor 4K adjusts each picture in real-time - you'll be amazed at the level of detail.

Refined by Samsung, Quantum HDR enhances the contrast and clarity of each scene. Discover what's lurking in the shadows or witness the true beauty of a bright, sun-filled scene.

Brilliant colours

Colours are vivid and authentic thanks to 100% colour volume, making sport, documentaries, and movies look better than ever.

Anti-reflective screen

No matter where you're sitting, you'll feel like it's the best seat in the house. Even at mid-day, the anti-reflective display will look great.

Immersive sound

For sound that's as immersive as the picture, Object Tracking Sound uses up-firing speakers to create 3D sound that places you right in the heart of the action.

Adaptive Sound+ automatically adjusts to the acoustics of your room. So, whether you're watching sport or an action blockbuster, you'll hear the action closing in from all directions. Voices are enhanced too, so you'll hear every dramatic whisper.

Smart TV

You've got one of the largest collections of 4K content and catch-up apps at your fingertips, including Apple TV, Netflix, and Disney+. It's never been easier to find what you want with Bixby, Alexa and Google Assistant voice control built-in.

Keep up with the drama without missing a thing. Multi View lets you watch your favourite TV show whilst commenting on social media, all at once on the big screen.
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The main benefit to this TV is the anti reflection screen. It's like a black hole. No longer do I see my fat, bloated, crisp covered self in the screen when it goes dark.
Can get an Oled for the same money.
The.Lord18/10/2020 10:19

Can get an Oled for the same money.


Like comparing apples and pears.... OLED is generally better for dark environments and doesn't have the brightness levels of QLED. It's all down to personal preference but I prefer HDR to "pop" and that requires high brightness levels.

The higher end samsung QLEDs are consistently rated at a similar level to the well reviewed LG B9 and C9, particularly the Q90R and Q90T.
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Thanks for sharing. This is same price as the employer Samsung EPP programme. Hoping it will come with some other freebie at Black Friday but you never know.
Stonking deal
Can get an Oled for the same money.
Good price, another 150 cheaper and would bite and swap my q80t for this.
paulj48 wrote:
A branded 65"?


Yes. I bought the 65” LG Oled that was on here the other week for £1600 (£2000 with £400 cash back)
The.Lord18/10/2020 10:19

Can get an Oled for the same money.


Like comparing apples and pears.... OLED is generally better for dark environments and doesn't have the brightness levels of QLED. It's all down to personal preference but I prefer HDR to "pop" and that requires high brightness levels.

The higher end samsung QLEDs are consistently rated at a similar level to the well reviewed LG B9 and C9, particularly the Q90R and Q90T.
The.Lord18/10/2020 10:19

Can get an Oled for the same money.


OLED isn't the best for everyone. This TV gets a lot brighter, and more suited for people watching in bright rooms during the day.
Next week will have the cash but not now. Prop wait a bit more good for 65 inch
kamranRus18/10/2020 10:18

Stonking deal


I think "stonking deal" is taking it a bit too far to be honest. I think it's a good deal but would have hoped it would have dropped to near £1500 by now. I'm torn between this and the 65gz950b.
You would think OLED was too dark by people comments but its absolutely fine in a bright room and I find I have to turn the brightness down on led TV's as it so artifical looking.
The main benefit to this TV is the anti reflection screen. It's like a black hole. No longer do I see my fat, bloated, crisp covered self in the screen when it goes dark.
Am I right in thinking this is more on par with last year's q85r than q90r.
satty8318/10/2020 11:13

Am I right in thinking this is more on par with last year's q85r than q90r.


Sort of. It's the same spec as the Q95T but this one doesn't have one connect box. Similar to the 85R/90R last year.

The Q90R is brighter overall but this does a lot of other stuff slightly better.

Less dimming zones but better software controlling them.

Wouldn't be worth upgrading if you already had a 85/90R model imo.
Shame the code doesn't work with the LG c oled
MrLemur18/10/2020 10:26

OLED isn't the best for everyone. This TV gets a lot brighter, and more …OLED isn't the best for everyone. This TV gets a lot brighter, and more suited for people watching in bright rooms during the day.


Bright rooms during the day in the UK
I want I want I want i want..... wife says no..... bank account says no
I want this same one in the 55” and looking for the best deal ideally the 95 (with 1 cable)
Just my opinion because I owned this TV. It gets bright but HDR is suppressed into smaller areas to reduce blooming but this results in less overall cinematic highlights. Motion isn’t great for sport, stunning colours, good build quality. No Dolby vision. I now own the Sony XH90 and prefer it. It is a comparable TV for much less but handles motion better, doesn’t get as bright though highlights are more pronounced and it is much cheaper and has Dolby vision.

EDIT: Also the anti reflective screen casts a rainbow with any light hitting it at an angle. I didn’t think this would be an issue as my room isn’t bright but it was a little distracting.
Edited by: "2minutenoodles" 18th Oct
kilboy18/10/2020 11:25

Sort of. It's the same spec as the Q95T but this one doesn't have one …Sort of. It's the same spec as the Q95T but this one doesn't have one connect box. Similar to the 85R/90R last year. The Q90R is brighter overall but this does a lot of other stuff slightly better. Less dimming zones but better software controlling them. Wouldn't be worth upgrading if you already had a 85/90R model imo.


Fair enough, I'll stick with the 65q85r i have. I did a long write up about this and I bought both that and a oled65b9 and in the end decide to stick with the q85r. Fantastic set.
2minutenoodles18/10/2020 12:19

Just my opinion because I owned this TV. It gets bright but HDR is …Just my opinion because I owned this TV. It gets bright but HDR is suppressed into smaller areas to reduce blooming but this results in less overall cinematic highlights. Motion isn’t great for sport, stunning colours, good build quality. No Dolby vision. I now own the Sony XH90 and prefer it. It is a comparable TV for much less but handles motion better, doesn’t get as bright though highlights are more pronounced and it is much cheaper and has Dolby vision.EDIT: Also the anti reflective screen casts a rainbow with any light hitting it at an angle. I didn’t think this would be an issue as my room isn’t bright but it was a little distracting.


65 or the 55 one?
2minutenoodles18/10/2020 12:19

Just my opinion because I owned this TV. It gets bright but HDR is …Just my opinion because I owned this TV. It gets bright but HDR is suppressed into smaller areas to reduce blooming but this results in less overall cinematic highlights. Motion isn’t great for sport, stunning colours, good build quality. No Dolby vision. I now own the Sony XH90 and prefer it. It is a comparable TV for much less but handles motion better, doesn’t get as bright though highlights are more pronounced and it is much cheaper and has Dolby vision.EDIT: Also the anti reflective screen casts a rainbow with any light hitting it at an angle. I didn’t think this would be an issue as my room isn’t bright but it was a little distracting.


Interesting review.. I am about to take delivery of a Q80T and was looking at the XH90 originally. But thought that extra would be worth it... I do hope so.. Also the killer for me was the 50% sound bar. For the money I think this TV is a steal!! Such a kick in the balls that your talking double for the 75er😥
The.Lord18/10/2020 10:19

Can get an Oled for the same money.


And? This TV will have far far brighter HDR and less risk of burn in from game menus. Contrast and deep blacks may not be on par with an OLED, but from what I've read about this TV its 99% of the way there.
wilburscoville919118/10/2020 10:49

I think "stonking deal" is taking it a bit too far to be honest. I think …I think "stonking deal" is taking it a bit too far to be honest. I think it's a good deal but would have hoped it would have dropped to near £1500 by now. I'm torn between this and the 65gz950b.


I think when you consider the q80t is 1400 with the discount code this for me makes this tv great value.
I've seen the QLED in action and the screen is stunning.
Nicholas_B18/10/2020 10:26

Like comparing apples and pears.... OLED is generally better for dark …Like comparing apples and pears.... OLED is generally better for dark environments and doesn't have the brightness levels of QLED. It's all down to personal preference but I prefer HDR to "pop" and that requires high brightness levels. The higher end samsung QLEDs are consistently rated at a similar level to the well reviewed LG B9 and C9, particularly the Q90R and Q90T.


Yes it goes brighter, but that doesn't mean better HDR because the contrast difference in OLED is wider i.e. LG CX goes darker to begin with so it actually has better HDR. Also OLEDS will have better viewing angles and better motion.
See here
rtings.com/tv/…619

This is a great TV but I feel it's well overpriced. It's an LCD fundamentally, and the whole marketing (QLED - not a real thing, just Samsung wanted to sound like an OLED competitor) along with a price tag that sits in OLED territory, is designed to make you FEEL like you're getting an OLED competitor. You're not. It's a very good TV, but not high end and will suit brighter rooms that are window facing.
kamranRus18/10/2020 15:10

I think when you consider the q80t is 1400 with the discount code this for …I think when you consider the q80t is 1400 with the discount code this for me makes this tv great value.I've seen the QLED in action and the screen is stunning.


Yeah sorry I made a mistake and thought I'd read it was the q90r, which is last years model which I had expected to have stored further. Voted hot!
The.Lord18/10/2020 10:19

Can get an Oled for the same money.


Yes you can, but have you seen the comparisons to OLEDs in this price range? The Q90T has many other benefits such as the HDR performance, brightness and reflection.

This should be hot. I’ll be making the purchase either BF weekend or Boxing Day when is should be this price again or maybe slightly cheaper.
long-time-lurker18/10/2020 12:56

Interesting review.. I am about to take delivery of a Q80T and was looking …Interesting review.. I am about to take delivery of a Q80T and was looking at the XH90 originally. But thought that extra would be worth it... I do hope so.. Also the killer for me was the 50% sound bar. For the money I think this TV is a steal!! Such a kick in the balls that your talking double for the 75er😥



It’s a lovely TV, there was a bit of judder during football and colour banding wasn’t great but I am extremely discerning. I prefer that it got very bright as scenes such as in Captain Marvel had a lot of punch with HDR, the Sony lacks that punch but it is better for say a sunset where the highlights are wider but at the cost of more blooming into the black bars. They’re both good but for the money the Sony is the better deal but that’s just my experience and could vary with the panel lottery somewhat as well
No Dolby Vision at this price?
2minutenoodles18/10/2020 17:37

It’s a lovely TV, there was a bit of judder during football and colour b …It’s a lovely TV, there was a bit of judder during football and colour banding wasn’t great but I am extremely discerning. I prefer that it got very bright as scenes such as in Captain Marvel had a lot of punch with HDR, the Sony lacks that punch but it is better for say a sunset where the highlights are wider but at the cost of more blooming into the black bars. They’re both good but for the money the Sony is the better deal but that’s just my experience and could vary with the panel lottery somewhat as well


Either way I'll find out tomorrow... Going from an old 3D Samsung TV so anything will beat that. We have had the TV for about 6 years and to be honest it's been a great TV. So good the parents are having it. But I do agree that this Sony from what I hear is the best value... Certainly in the 75" size
LazybeatX18/10/2020 19:28

No Dolby Vision at this price?


Samsung don't do dolby vision... And from what I have researched the content is still reasonably limited... Plus where there is dolby vision you would still get HDR instead... For me the bigger difference for a viewing experience would be in dolby atmos sound than HDR10 vs dolby vision
Edited by: "long-time-lurker" 18th Oct
long-time-lurker18/10/2020 19:35

Samsung don't do dolby vision... And from what I have researched the …Samsung don't do dolby vision... And from what I have researched the content is still reasonably limited... Plus where there is dolby vision you would still get HDR instead... For me the bigger difference for a viewing experience would be in dolby atmos sound than HDR10 vs dolby vision


I'd just expect it at this price point. They probably went with HDR 10+ because its a free standard. But HDR10+ has even less content than Dolby Vision but Samsung probably don't want to pay the licence fee for Dolby Vision.
LazybeatX18/10/2020 19:40

I'd just expect it at this price point. They probably went with HDR 10+ …I'd just expect it at this price point. They probably went with HDR 10+ because its a free standard. But HDR10+ has even less content than Dolby Vision but Samsung probably don't want to pay the licence fee for Dolby Vision.


It's exactly that... Honestly think they should implement it... But it's a bit of a battle of the standards... You don't generally get TVs that do all the standards
long-time-lurker18/10/2020 19:42

It's exactly that... Honestly think they should implement it... But it's a …It's exactly that... Honestly think they should implement it... But it's a bit of a battle of the standards... You don't generally get TVs that do all the standards


Yea, I hate it when you are stuck in a standards war. I do like Samsung TVs and prefer Qled over Oled as I prefer the brighter HDR image than the deeper blacks. But I really wish they did Dolby Vision as it is definitely the best standard. Think I'll probably have to go with a Sony LCD but I'll hang on till black Friday now.
LazybeatX18/10/2020 19:46

Yea, I hate it when you are stuck in a standards war. I do like Samsung …Yea, I hate it when you are stuck in a standards war. I do like Samsung TVs and prefer Qled over Oled as I prefer the brighter HDR image than the deeper blacks. But I really wish they did Dolby Vision as it is definitely the best standard. Think I'll probably have to go with a Sony LCD but I'll hang on till black Friday now.


Don't blame you... The half price sound bar tipped it for Samsung... For me anyway.. Otherwise I would have got Sony
I have bought Q95t and I am happy with it . Had three LG CX all with bad screens. After third one I’ve decided to go with Samsung instead . Dolby vision vs HDR not difference to normal eye. Blacks very comparable where HDR brightness much better with Samsung. OLED bit more colourful but I think this is much due settings . I’ve bought it together with Q950t Dolby Arnos soundbar with 50% cashback offer what made it outstanding set .
Edited by: "marcinp12" 18th Oct
marcinp1218/10/2020 20:32

I have bought Q95t and I am happy with it . Had three LG CX all with bad …I have bought Q95t and I am happy with it . Had three LG CX all with bad screens. After third one I’ve decided to go with Samsung instead . Dolby vision vs HDR not difference to normal eye. Blacks very comparable where HDR brightness much better with Samsung. OLED bit more colourful but I think this is much due settings . I’ve bought it together with Q950t Dolby Arnos soundbar with 50% cashback offer what made it outstanding set .


Same but I got the 75 Q80T and the same sound bar.. stonking deal in my eyes... delivery in the next 4-5 hours.. super excited! Early Xmas present!!
long-time-lurker19/10/2020 08:21

Same but I got the 75 Q80T and the same sound bar.. stonking deal in my …Same but I got the 75 Q80T and the same sound bar.. stonking deal in my eyes... delivery in the next 4-5 hours.. super excited! Early Xmas present!!


The tv is very good but the sound-bar make a massive difference when watching movies !
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