Samsung Q9FN received

24 Apr 2018 | Torben Rasmussen |

FlatpanelsHD has received the 2018 Samsung Q9FN for testing. The “QLED” TV has a full array local dimming LCD panel and is one of Samsung’s flagship TVs this year. What do you want to know?

Update 10.05.2018: The review is now online

Samsung Q9FN LCD

Samsung Q9FN – or just Q9 – is the successor to last year’s Q9. The big news here is that Samsung is switching from edge LED to a full array local dimming LED backlight that should improve blacks, light control, and contrast - and thus improve HDR picture quality. It also has an external connection box that connects to the TV via a single fiber cable.
More on Samsung Q9FN here.


Samsung Q9FN 2018


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Samsung Q9FN will be available in 65 and 75-inch sizes in the US, and an additional 55-inch size in Europe.

Prices & retailers:
  • USA: Samsung Q9FN LCD
  • UK: Samsung Q9FN LCD
  • DE: Samsung Q9FN LCD



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