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Samsung Q900R (8K) received

15 Nov 2018 | Torben Rasmussen |

FlatpanelsHD has received Samsung Q900R, which is the company’s first 8K TV. It also supports HDR with claims of 4000 nits peak brightness. What do you want to know?

Samsung Q900R LCD

Samsung Q900R is one of the first 8K TVs on the market and the first from Samsung. The “QLED” TV is based on an LCD panel with full array local dimming and Samsung claims that it can hit 4000 nits peak brightness. The TV is also equipped with the external One Connect box for connections. The Tizen platform offers apps such as Amazon, HBO and Netflix.


 Samsung Q900R 8K


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Samsung Q900R is available in 65, 75, and 85-inch sizes in Europe, and 85-inch only in the US. Pricing details below.

Samsung Q900R – prices & dealers

SeriesFeatures Price
Q900R LCD
FALD
8K HDR
Tizen 4.0
(USA)
(UK)
(DE)



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