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Samsung Q90R received

18 Apr 2019 | Torben Rasmussen |

FlatpanelsHD has received Samsung Q90R that supplants last year's Q9FN. It comes with new LCD viewing angle tech, Tizen 5.0, and FALD. What do you want to know?

Samsung Q90R 4K LCD

Q90R is part of Samsung's "QLED" range of QD-LCD TVs and is the 4K flagship for 2019. It has a full array local dimming LCD panel with 'Ultra Wide Angle' technology designed to improve the viewing angle. Tizen has reached version 5.0 and later this year it will gain Apple AirPlay 2 support. Q90R also comes with an external One Connect box.


 Samsung Q90R 4K TV


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Samsung Q90R is available in 65, 75, and 82-inch sizes in the US, and 55, 65, and 75-inch sizes in Europe. Pricing details are included below.

Samsung Q90R – prices & dealers

Samsung Q90R (US / UK / DE)
55” Q90R: - / Ł2,799 / €2.899
65” Q90R: $3,499.99 / Ł3,799 / €3.799
75” Q90R: $4,999.99 / Ł4,999 / €5.999
82” Q90R: $6,499.99 / -




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