Screen size: 85-inches | Resolution: 4K | HDR: Quantum HDR 24X, HDR10+ | Refresh rate: 120Hz | Panel type: Neo QLED
The QN90B snagged the top spot on our list of the best Samsung TVs, and the 85-inch version continues to prove why it's one of the best TVs you can buy. Period. It features Samsung's Neo QLED panel technology to produce stunning native and upscaled 4K content as well as up to 100 percent of the DCI-P3 color gamut. The screen is also treated with an anti-glare and anti-reflection coating to improve visibility in bright rooms, while the built-in eye comfort mode filters harmful blue light that can cause eye strain. You can download the companion app to get professional-quality calibration in minutes for the best-looking images you can get outside of an OLED television.
The speakers use both Dolby Atmos and Samsung's object tracking sound+ technology for room-filling, virtual surround sound to create a more immersive experience; built-in eco sensors also monitor ambient noise to automatically boost dialogue and overall volume so you never miss a line of your favorite shows and movies or beat of your favorite songs. You can also connect the QN80B to multiple smart speakers like the Echo Show or Google Nest for whole-home sound so you can blast your guilty pleasure playlist while you do chores or keep listening to shows and movies while you move around the house.
Console gamers will love the dedicated game view mode, which allows you to monitor things like input response times, lag, frame rate, and even Bluetooth peripheral settings; you can also toggle AMD FreeSync Premium Pro on and off when you need variable refresh rates to prevent screen tearing and stuttering. The QN90B still has one of Samsung's most stand-out features, multi view, which allows you to watch two video sources simultaneously; which is perfect for catching up with sports scores and news headlines while gaming or watching a movie.
- Dolby Atmos and object tracking sound
- Excellent picture quality
- Multi-room audio
- No Dolby Vision support
- On the expensive side