Enter a world saturated with color and sharpened to refreshing clarity, all of it made possible through the power of Quantum Dot technology. An intuitive Smart TV interface learns what you like and suggests exciting new content. And if you’re into gaming, Game Enhancer automatically neutralizes annoyances like tearing and stuttering. With 100% Color Volume, Quantum Dot Technology delivers over a billion shades of color that stay true-to-life without washing out at any level of brightness.
Screen size: 65 inches
Dimension: 82.80×5.84×145.03 cm
Screen resolution: 3840×2160 pixels
Connectivity: HDMI, Wi-Fi, USB, RF, LAN
- Dual LED backlighting technology adjusts the color tone to watch it the way it is.
- Quantum HDR brings out the detail and contrast by expanding the range of color and detail beyond what’s possible on HDTVs. The dynamic tone mapping of HDR10+ creates deeper blacks, more vibrant imagery, and a picture that pops.
- Picture quality to move you, made possible by a single chip that orchestrates color, optimizes high contrast ratio, and masters HDR.
- Universal Guide provides a list of curated content from broadcast and streaming channels, personalized just for you. Easily find your favorite content, all in one place.
- Multi-View splits your TV screen in two, putting the content you’re watching on one side while mirroring your mobile screen on the other. Watch workout videos, check sports stats, and more while watching your favorite show or game.
- QLED works with SmartThings to put you in control of your smart home. QLED links with IoT devices and sensors so you can turn on the lights, check what’s inside your fridge, and even run the robot vacuum cleaner right from the comfort of your couch.
- Edge lighting
- Mediocre sound quality
- 60Hz panel
The Samsung Q60T is a decent TV for most uses. It’s well-suited for dark room viewing thanks to its outstanding native contrast ratio and remarkable black uniformity. Unfortunately, its peak brightness prevents it from delivering a great HDR experience, and its low viewing angles aren’t ideal for large seating arrangements.