Best Samsung TVsBy Reviewed.com Staff
When it comes to consumer tech, Samsung has a stake in pretty much every category, but TVs have always been one of the Korean giant's points of pride. Indeed, it has been the world's largest television manufacturer since 2006, and has consistently stayed at the forefront of new display tech.
Odds are, if you're looking to outfit your living room or home theater with the latest and greatest, a Samsung TV is going to be at the top of your list—for good reason. Not only does Samsung consistently deliver a quality viewing experience, but it offers fashion-forward designs that look great whether the TV's on or off.
We've tested dozens of Samsung TVs in our state-of-the-art labs, and selected the best models around. Want to know more about a specific TV? Just click through to read our full review.
Updated February 15, 2017
Samsung's KS8000 is an outstanding option if you're looking for blazing bright, colorful HDR performance and don't mind giving up the advantages of full-array local dimming. While its edge-lit backlighting occasionally creates shadow tone aberrations, it's an otherwise stellar performer dressed in a sleek silver suit and polished to a sheen.
Just as we expected, the Q9 flagship is a knockout set. This TV packs in all the hot tech from 2017: quantum dot color, High Dynamic Range compatibility, and 4K resolution. Where 65-inch sets are concerned, the $3,500 Q9 is one of the year's top choices for big-spenders and videophiles.
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The KS9800 isn't attempting to master your home theater—it's here to say you don't even need it. This TV is so beautifully bright and colorful (without detail loss or clipping, a key point), it can fight off any and all incoming ambient light to present a detail-rich picture no matter the environment. If you want to really see the difference between HDR and SDR, this is the TV to buy.
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The Q7F is an extremely impressive TV, and easily one of the best HDR series to come along so far. The 55-inch will set you back about $2,600, while right now our 65-inch test model demands another $1,000 on top of that. Those prices are in line with the market for everything you're getting, and this TV exhibits high quality in every aspect, from its design, to its features, to its picture quality.
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While they're definitely not the most impressive HDR sets on the market, taken as semi-affordable 4K options the KU7000 series is a solid choice, boasting ample brightness, good color saturation/accuracy, and (mostly) good motion handling. They're a great choice if you're sure you want quality 4K and don't mind a little HDR on the side.