Welcome to Web Festo. Today I will tell you about Samsung 65-Inch Q90R class. Today I will also, tell you about Samsung’s latest model series.
For years, Samsung has been Enthusiastic About OLED Screens
Since OLED TVs have always impressed us since we first started testing them, and even more so with QLED, we were skeptical about this choice. Q90R, Samsung’s flagship TV of 2019, is finally proving that we’re wrong. The Q90R is a very expensive 4K LCD model ($ 3,499.99 for the 65-inch QN65Q90RAFXZA we tested) that demonstrates some of the best color and contrast characteristics we’ve seen. Typically, good LCDs can show stunning colors but not contrast, and OLED TVs show excellent contrast but have a weaker color.
Design Of Latest Model
The Q90R looks simple and stylish, with a thin matte silver frame around the screen and on the sides of the TV. It rests on a simple stand of metal weapons with one rectangular leg in the center. The back of the TV is made of dark gray plastic and slightly bends outward, and, which is especially noticeable, has only one wired connection.
Instead of connecting all your devices and the power cable to the TV, everything is handled by a separate One Connect box that connects to the back of the Q90R through one thin wire. The One Connect box is a plastic metal plate the size of a cable or satellite box, with all of the Q90 ports and most of its electronics. Because it is designed to be hidden in a closet, the front is flat and inconspicuous. There are four HDMI ports on the rear panel, an Ethernet port, an antenna/cable connector, a 3.5-mm EX-Link port, a power cable connector and a One Connect cable connector that connects to the rear of the TV. Three USB ports are on the right side of the box. Q90R has no analog video connections, therefore,
The Q90R is identical to that of the Samsung RU8000 lower segment kit, a thin, simple black plastic stick embedded around the lining. Its meager management includes volume and channel rockers; Buttons “Home”, “Back”, “Pause / Play”, “Voice” and “Power”; a digital / color button that calls up the on-screen numeric keypad and additional controls; and three dedicated service buttons for Amazon Prime Video, Hulu, and Netflix. The microphone with a pinhole at the top allows you to talk to the remote to use the voice search and Samsung Bixby voice assistant.
Samsung smart tv
The Q90R’s Smart TV interface, designed in the typical Samsung style, is sophisticated and very Samsung oriented. The platform is also similar to the RU8000 model with a powerful universal guide that combines live TV broadcasting and content streaming in one space; A functional but modest application ecosystem that spans most major streaming services, including Amazon Prime Video, Amazon Music, Google Play Movies & TV, Hulu, Netflix, SiriusXM, Sling TV, Spotify, and Tidal; and Apple AirPlay 2 support for local streaming from iOS and OS X devices.
The Q90R also has Bixby, Samsung’s voice assistant, which is still an unwanted member of Amazon Alexa and the Google Assistant. It works great for controlling the TV itself and can even control smart home devices if they are compatible with Samsung’s SmartThings platform, but it’s not as useful, powerful, or widely compatible as Amazon or Google’s voice assistants. ,
Fortunately, you can simply ignore Bixby without pressing the Voice button on the remote control, and if you have Alexa or Google Assistant smart speakers, you can use them to control your TV. If you’re not a very dedicated Samsung fan with a house full of company devices, Bixby is just not very helpful.
We test televisions with a Klein K-10A colorimeter, Murideo SIX-G signal generator, and CalMAN Portrait Displays software using a methodology based on the Imaging Science Foundation calibration methods. In the Video mode with local dimming set to High and Low Black, the Q90R exhibits surprisingly high peak brightness at 548.2 cd / m2 for a full-field template and 1510.8 cd / m2 for an 18 percent template. It’s almost as bright as the Sony Master Series Z9F, the brightest TV we tested (1,677.49 cd / m2 with an 18 percent field). Combined with a black level of 0.01 cd / m2, the Q90R has an effective contrast ratio of 151 080: 1, which is the highest value we measured on an LCD TV.
The color characteristics are also impressive. The chart above shows the DCI-P3 color levels as squares and the measured color levels as dots. As standard, with an HDMI input set to the full-color range, the Q90R almost completely covers the DCI-P3 color space with dot white. Green and yellow are slightly unsaturated, but all colors are very well balanced without any noticeable bias.
Fantastic color and contrast penetrate Planet Earth BBC II. In the episode “Islands”, the blue and turquoise colors of water, the green and yellow colors of plants look bright and precise. Small details, such as fur and bark, are clearly visible both in the shade and in direct sunlight. This is a natural, clear picture.
Exact colors of the Q90R
The exact colors of the Q90R are also easily noticeable in Deadpool. In the first battle on the highway, Deadpool’s costume may seem slightly purple under cloudy weather, rather cool light on some televisions, but on Q90 it is quite saturated with red. Flames in a burning lab fight also show a wide range of yellow, orange and red hues, and details in the dark parts of the scene are easily visible without looking blurry.
The party scene at The Great Gatsby shows a strong contrast to the Q90R. The outlines and textures of black suits are clearly visible against the background of bright white shirts and lanterns. Shadow and bright details are visible without loss of brightness, and skin tones look natural.
Input delay measures the time it takes to update the TV screen after receiving a signal and may be important for video games that require adaptive control. In Movie mode, using the Leo Bodnar signal delay tester, the Q90R shows a delay of 79.6 milliseconds. This is a rather high value, but the inclusion of the game mode significantly increases the input delay due to some image quality, reducing it to 24 ms. This is still higher than the 20 ms threshold at which we think the TV is one of the best for gaming.
In fairness, it should be noted that the environment in which we tested the Q90R did not allow us to use our newer HDFury Diva 4K matrix 18 Gb / s HDMI to test the input delay, which, as we found, can create more accurate and generally lower numbers on new displays.