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Samsung QE55Q950RBTXXU 55" Q950R Flagship QLED 8K HDR 3000 Smart TV + Free Samsung Galaxy note 10+ 5G £1,999 @ PRC Direct
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Samsung QE55Q950RBTXXU 55" Q950R Flagship QLED 8K HDR 3000 Smart TV + Free Samsung Galaxy note 10+ 5G £1,999 @ PRC Direct

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Posted 27th Dec 2019

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SAMSUNG QE55Q950R
55 Inch Smart 8K HDR Flagship QLED TV with Bixby + Free Samsung galaxy Note 10+ 20182.samsungpromotions.claims/gb/…ted
Welcome to a new era in picture quality, with the 'perfect reality' 8K resolution of Samsung's Q950R. Four times as detailed as 4K UHD, it combines true 8K resolution with intelligent AI upscaling for an incredibly lifelike picture. The screen delivers precise, pin-sharp contrast, anti-reflective technology and a perfect picture wherever you sit, with the staggering brightness range of HDR 3000. Ambient Mode turns the screen into a decorative feature, displaying customisable content, and can blend the TV into its surroundings.* See nothing but the picture, with the freedom to place your TV where you want with just One Near-Invisible Cable, and control all compatible devices with One Premium Remote Control. And you can access a world of online entertainment via Samsung's Smart Hub and interact by voice with the Bixby Voice Assistant.

True 8K Resolution and 8K AI Upscaling
The Q950R ushers in a new era of resolution that adds a further dimension of reality to your living room with large screen TVs. QLED 8K intelligently upscales what you watch.

Quantum Processor 8K
Powered by AI, Samsung’s own 8K processor intelligently optimises picture quality and sound, and connects to other home devices, and provides new TV viewing suggestions and experiences.

HDR 3000
HDR deepens your view and shows shades previously unseen in home entertainment. Expanding light, dark and every colour in between to extraordinary new levels, this model's picture gets closer to real life. With HDR 3000, the supreme brightness levels of QLED technology enables you to experience the full potential of the latest HDR standards.

8K Ultra High Definition
This 55" screen has four times the number of pixels as 4K UHD TVs, for an extraordinary level of flawlessly realistic detail, even on larger screen TVs.

Features:

Direct Full Array Elite: exceptional viewing in all conditions with precise, pin-sharp contrast across the whole screen.

100% Colour Volume: utilising quantum dot technology, QLED takes light and turns it into breath-taking colour. 100% colour volume is achieved (DCI-P3 standard measure), for a realistic picture of rich, authentic colour of over a billion hues.

Ambient Mode: removing the blank screen, the QLED can blend into the room with decorative, useful and customisable content.*

Game Enhancer: stay one step ahead of the competition with picture and sound that adapts as fast as you game.

Ultra Viewing Angle: for a perfect picture, wherever you sit.

Anti-Reflection with Ultra Black Elite: See nothing but the purest picture with Samsung's critically acclaimed anti-reflective screen.

Adaptive Sound: the audio adapts to suit both the content of what you’re watching, and the acoustics of the room.

Premium One Remote Control: in a metallic finish, control all of your compatible devices and content for seamless multitasking.
Boundless Design with Near-Invisible Optical Cable and One Connect Box included
Boundless design looks stunning from any angle, with a clean back and a practically 'bezel-less' edge that maximises the viewing area. Say goodbye to messy wires and the clutter caused by multiple devices with the included Near-Invisible Optical Cable and One Connect Box. You can even control the One Connect Box if it’s hidden from view, by using Bluetooth. And you can mount this QLED TV flush to the wall with Samsung’s No Gap Wall Mount (available separately).
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You can sell the phone at CEX for about £450.
does VRR from a PC work with this and am I thick for considering using it instead of my c9 oled?
Note that some say the minimum size for a visually better 8K TV is 60". To get the most out of 8K you probably want an 80" TV.
Edited by: "Lionyone" 27th Dec 2019
Great TV. Seen one in local store and looked epic. No content around thus far but I suspect this will change rapidly when new gaming consoles arrive Xmas 2020. Very tempted but will wait for 2020 models as this is class D energy so sucks power like my plasma. Whether that changes with newer models remains to be seem but it’s a hell of a lot of pixels to illuminate
GeekUnique27/12/2019 12:44

Great TV. Seen one in local store and looked epic. No content around thus …Great TV. Seen one in local store and looked epic. No content around thus far but I suspect this will change rapidly when new gaming consoles arrive Xmas 2020. Very tempted but will wait for 2020 models as this is class D energy so sucks power like my plasma. Whether that changes with newer models remains to be seem but it’s a hell of a lot of pixels to illuminate


What do you mean that will change when new consoles are out?
Marcolondon8827/12/2019 12:52

What do you mean that will change when new consoles are out?


The new Xbox and PlayStation will apparently Support 8k. Go look at the keynotes...
GeekUnique27/12/2019 12:53

The new Xbox and PlayStation will apparently Support 8k. Go look at the …The new Xbox and PlayStation will apparently Support 8k. Go look at the keynotes...

So this tv is anygood? Because I just upgraded to PS4 pro but don't have a 4k tv. And as I gonna get ps5 too I wanted to change tv . Still have 42" sony Bravia full HD. Really want a 55" now , maybe I have to wait till I know what ps5 will support !?
It won't be any games running at 8k aniway. But for video or some streaming ok. Not time for invest to an 8k now.
Marcolondon8827/12/2019 12:58

So this tv is anygood? Because I just upgraded to PS4 pro but don't have …So this tv is anygood? Because I just upgraded to PS4 pro but don't have a 4k tv. And as I gonna get ps5 too I wanted to change tv . Still have 42" sony Bravia full HD. Really want a 55" now , maybe I have to wait till I know what ps5 will support !?


Good really depends on application. Yes it’s an epic tv but will you use what it’s capable of handling. Plus this model doesn’t support a Dolby Vision which maybe an issue. 4K has a lot of life left in it yet. If I was spending a grand or below I’d probably just buy it but when spending a couple of K I’d really want an element of future proofing
GeekUnique27/12/2019 13:02

Good really depends on application. Yes it’s an epic tv but will you use w …Good really depends on application. Yes it’s an epic tv but will you use what it’s capable of handling. Plus this model doesn’t support a Dolby Vision which maybe an issue. 4K has a lot of life left in it yet. If I was spending a grand or below I’d probably just buy it but when spending a couple of K I’d really want an element of future proofing


It won't be any games running at 8k aniway. But for video or some streaming ok. Not time for invest to an 8k now.
GeekUnique27/12/2019 12:53

The new Xbox and PlayStation will apparently Support 8k. Go look at the …The new Xbox and PlayStation will apparently Support 8k. Go look at the keynotes...

GeekUnique27/12/2019 13:02

Good really depends on application. Yes it’s an epic tv but will you use w …Good really depends on application. Yes it’s an epic tv but will you use what it’s capable of handling. Plus this model doesn’t support a Dolby Vision which maybe an issue. 4K has a lot of life left in it yet. If I was spending a grand or below I’d probably just buy it but when spending a couple of K I’d really want an element of future proofing


True. I won't spend 2k ever, but I hope to find a cover for next gen gaming , for 1k .
Marcolondon8827/12/2019 13:04

It won't be any games running at 8k aniway. But for video or some …It won't be any games running at 8k aniway. But for video or some streaming ok. Not time for invest to an 8k now.


Maybe. I would expect games to go 8k but load on the console GPU will be heavy I guess.
I guess key areas will be response time in gaming mode good luck with search :-)
Edited by: "GeekUnique" 27th Dec 2019
GeekUnique27/12/2019 13:06

I guess key areas will be response time in gaming mode good luck with …I guess key areas will be response time in gaming mode good luck with search :-)


Yes , lag , plenty of tv has good one and affordable. VRR , freesync , the key is actually the HDMI 2.1support , need to see that. That's the only way reason I haven't bought a tv yet. Cheers mate
Marcolondon8827/12/2019 13:04

It won't be any games running at 8k aniway. But for video or some …It won't be any games running at 8k aniway. But for video or some streaming ok. Not time for invest to an 8k now.



no point getting a 8k tv with just 1 hdm 2.1 port. next gen will use the hdmi 2.1
Marcolondon8827/12/2019 13:10

Yes , lag , plenty of tv has good one and affordable. VRR , freesync , …Yes , lag , plenty of tv has good one and affordable. VRR , freesync , the key is actually the HDMI 2.1support , need to see that. That's the only way reason I haven't bought a tv yet. Cheers mate


same here. I was going to buy a 8k tv but there is a lack of hdmi 2,1 but went with a lg tv c9 best on the market and future proof
lyricalrom27/12/2019 13:13

same here. I was going to buy a 8k tv but there is a lack of hdmi 2,1 but …same here. I was going to buy a 8k tv but there is a lack of hdmi 2,1 but went with a lg tv c9 best on the market and future proof


I'll skip oled until burn in will be less common ... If will. Play 4 5 hours on a game is pretty risky with hud in it. Not brave enough.
Yeah hdmi 2.1 pretty key. If you have the space recommend a projector. Best thing I ever did for gaming. 2.4m screen is epic and saves my tv from potential burn in
GeekUnique27/12/2019 13:24

Yeah hdmi 2.1 pretty key. If you have the space recommend a projector. …Yeah hdmi 2.1 pretty key. If you have the space recommend a projector. Best thing I ever did for gaming. 2.4m screen is epic and saves my tv from potential burn in



spoke to know how and numerous people who work there told me that the screen burn in covered if you take extra insurance with them so its all covered. apparetly lg only cover a percentage of the screen burns on tvs
Marcolondon8827/12/2019 13:22

I'll skip oled until burn in will be less common ... If will. Play 4 5 …I'll skip oled until burn in will be less common ... If will. Play 4 5 hours on a game is pretty risky with hud in it. Not brave enough.



the c9 as better tech to battle that and if you get it with currys there insurance covers screen burn. i made sure to cover all corners before i bought it
Anyone know if 5 year warranty with them is trustworthy? John Lewis and richer sound won't price match as not directly in stock (says special order). Otherwise would go for the 65 inch for £2500
Currys are normally ok but think I’d rather trust JL/RS. But fundamentally just check the small print of the warranty contract. That will be what you have to fall back on with any issues. Word of mouth doesn’t stack up from a legal perspective in real terms. C9 is a lovely TV but I’m still edgy about burn in having lived with a plasma for many years. I’m too chicken so will probably compromise with NanoCell or QLED
GeekUnique27/12/2019 13:24

Yeah hdmi 2.1 pretty key. If you have the space recommend a projector. …Yeah hdmi 2.1 pretty key. If you have the space recommend a projector. Best thing I ever did for gaming. 2.4m screen is epic and saves my tv from potential burn in


Ahah no space for it. 55 58" my max.
GeekUnique27/12/2019 13:05

Maybe. I would expect games to go 8k but load on the console GPU will be …Maybe. I would expect games to go 8k but load on the console GPU will be heavy I guess.


The top pc graphics card from nividia is 2080ti which cost around £1000/£1200 and that won't be able to manage 8k at 60fps so consoles which will cost around £500 has no chance, as guy above said streaming 8k will be what is manages unless its an indie game of course but no triple AAA titles will be 8k, best hope for next gen is 1440p 144hz or 4k at 60hz
Edited by: "gopolog86" 27th Dec 2019
Will be 5 years at least before were see AAA graphical game titles running 60fps 8K, even latest pc gpu struggle at 4k max setting on alot of new games, and the new consoles at most will only have a 2080ti equivalent, and any 8K games that do come out will be indie titles running at low fps and not graphical at all.
Game this, game that. I want to watch peppa pig in 8k
Thanks too this link and a little haggle price matching etc I just got a q950r 65 inch for 2479 so heat added ty
GeekUnique27/12/2019 13:24

Yeah hdmi 2.1 pretty key. If you have the space recommend a projector. …Yeah hdmi 2.1 pretty key. If you have the space recommend a projector. Best thing I ever did for gaming. 2.4m screen is epic and saves my tv from potential burn in


Qled 10 year burn guarantee
Samsung qled TVs are guaranteed for 10 yes against screen burn
Got mine from richer sounds awesome service very helpful superb service 6 yrs guarantee highly recommend them ty
gopolog8627/12/2019 16:18

The top pc graphics card from nividia is 2080ti which cost around …The top pc graphics card from nividia is 2080ti which cost around £1000/£1200 and that won't be able to manage 8k at 60fps so consoles which will cost around £500 has no chance, as guy above said streaming 8k will be what is manages unless its an indie game of course but no triple AAA titles will be 8k, best hope for next gen is 1440p 144hz or 4k at 60hz


Yeah fair comment. I run 2080s in SLi so we have a way to go.
Daytrader27/12/2019 16:59

Will be 5 years at least before were see AAA graphical game titles running …Will be 5 years at least before were see AAA graphical game titles running 60fps 8K, even latest pc gpu struggle at 4k max setting on alot of new games, and the new consoles at most will only have a 2080ti equivalent, and any 8K games that do come out will be indie titles running at low fps and not graphical at all.


Hope you invested in Nvidia ~2010/11 when they were ~$10-12
GeekUnique27/12/2019 18:15

Hope you invested in Nvidia ~2010/11 when they were ~$10-12


Afraid not
Marcolondon8827/12/2019 13:22

I'll skip oled until burn in will be less common ... If will. Play 4 5 …I'll skip oled until burn in will be less common ... If will. Play 4 5 hours on a game is pretty risky with hud in it. Not brave enough.


Exactly that! My LG OLED has battlefield V burn in. LG dont care less! They dont cover squat!

My OLED died day before Xmas eve, 10 months old, LG will get an engineer out by 27th Jan, disgusting service!

Now looking at the Samsung QE75Q85R or the QE75Q70R. Then when the OLED is fixed it's a goner, will never touch LG OLED again! Poor service, and my experience poor product.
Hoping the Samsung QLED is a better experience.
Just gotta decide which is best value for money!?
Edited by: "replicant69" 27th Dec 2019
I have a flagship QLED and they have their own pros and cons vs an OLED. However..... £2k for a 55" LCD when 55" OLEDS can be had for less than half that?! 8K 3,000 nits is over engineering. Seriously, this telly amazing as it is hould be at least half this price with a 5yr warranty! Trust Samsung to over engineer a tellyfor silly money! Buy an OLED instead people.
But dont forget you get what you pay for oled better blacks yes qled so much better for gaming so both have advantages and disadvantages you choose
kevf127/12/2019 20:09

But dont forget you get what you pay for oled better blacks yes qled so …But dont forget you get what you pay for oled better blacks yes qled so much better for gaming so both have advantages and disadvantages you choose


Why is QLED better for gaming?
rev627/12/2019 22:07

Why is QLED better for gaming?


I guess that the only reason , and could be really the only one, is the screen burn in, if you play lots of video games for long hours everyday , there is a huge risk to have that problem. Imagine some games like FIFA , or whatever card games , don't know ,that have static images, like FIFA ull have the team showing, the radar , they always there, can just ruin the screen. With a Qled or whatever lcd led , u don't have to worry about it. It could be this. About the rest , good feature and specs for gaming u can find on both oled or Qled. That's my guess
replicant6927/12/2019 19:25

Exactly that! My LG OLED has battlefield V burn in. LG dont care less! …Exactly that! My LG OLED has battlefield V burn in. LG dont care less! They dont cover squat!My OLED died day before Xmas eve, 10 months old, LG will get an engineer out by 27th Jan, disgusting service!Now looking at the Samsung QE75Q85R or the QE75Q70R. Then when the OLED is fixed it's a goner, will never touch LG OLED again! Poor service, and my experience poor product. Hoping the Samsung QLED is a better experience.Just gotta decide which is best value for money!?


Mate. Resist. Don't buy anything now, ( as long u can afford another tv later on). All new line ups will be showing on 6-10 Jan on ces2020. So you may want to wait . As well as soon we have more info about ps5 , you can really tell what you actually need to be covered for next gen, so you LL get the best value for money + your needs 100% .. that's my decision now. I upgraded to PS4 pro 10 days ago ( for free) , and still have a sony Bravia full HD , Wich is fine. Is hard to stay with it with the pro at 42", so I'll keep it strong to get 55" for ps5. Wait and you wont regret. If you can afford q85 or whatever, without hdmi2.1 , then buy something else next year go for it. But if u don't have money to throw, like me, wait . If u need a tv at all, go for a cheap one for an year or less
Lionyone27/12/2019 12:33

You can sell the phone at CEX for about £450.


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Or to Musicmagpie for £500 and all they need is just the phone and the phone can have some signs of minor wear too. Hope that helps someone.
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