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Samsung QE65Q800T review

Key features
  • 65-inches
  • QLED
  • 8K
Reviewed

For all the new features that come to TVs each year, none come close to being as seismic as an increase in resolution SD to HD, HD to 4K and now 4K to 8K. A staggering 33 million pixels make up 8K content for some of the sharpest images ever. The quality of the 65-inch QE65Q800T’s (sometimes called QE65Q800TATXXU) 8K output is almost moot, though. There’s no proper 8K content to watch, so its ability to display lower resolution content will be the key to success in our test lab. Read on for the full review.

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  • Pros and cons
  • What is it?
  • What’s the picture quality like?
  • What about the sound?
  • What’s it like to use?
  • You’ll need some help with the remote, too, which the TV provides in the way it does for the more unusual settings. There aren’t many buttons on it and some need to be pressed multiple times or held down for longer to do different things. It takes some getting used to, but the things you do most, such as changing channel or volume, have dedicated buttons.
  • Is there anything else I should know?
  • Should I buy it?
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