I watched a few 4k movies on the Q90T and was quite impressed. It's basically the same as the Q95T except that has the connect box. I'm now actually swaying towards getting Q95T 65" although may wait a month til black Friday. I've never been a fan of OLED but that's just me.
How did you like the Q95T? I'm thinking of this for an upgrade to a B6 OLED although I'm thinking the 85..
Sort of. Due to hdmi 2.0b bandwidth limitation ports 1,2 and 3 only support up to 4k/60 10bit YCbCr 4:2:2. You have to drop down to 4k/60 8bit if you want to send an RGB or YCbCr 4:4:4 signal.
The 8K TVs all definitely have only 1 hdmi 2.1 port (port 4) and one eARC port (port 3). I assume port 4 does 4k at 120hz and the other ports 4k at 60hz. A badly worded manual either way.
According to the emanual from samsung in the section labelled Resolutions for Input Signals supported by Q700T series or higher It lists up to 4096 x 2160p 120hz 10bit for hdmi port 4. Then right underneath it says Q700T does not support 120hz next it says Resolution: 7680 x 4320p 60hz again only on hdmi port 4 suggesting this is the only hdmi 2.1 port I'd say that the Q800T is fine but if someone with better skills than me could crop and attach an image of the emanual page it would probably make it clearer (y)