The Samsung QN900A shows what a top model from Samsung is capable of. The Mini-LED TV from the South Korean manufacturer is just 1.6 cm thick and looks simply beautiful with its minimalistic Infinity Screen design. Due to the materials used, you immediately get the impression that it must be a high-end TV, even though the TV wobbles slightly when it stands on the stand. Despite the low depth, the picture quality is impressive.
The wide viewing angle and solid Local Dimming feature with 1344 dimming zones allow you to enjoy your favorite movies with the whole family without sacrificing quality. With the help of the very low response time of 2.5ms and a good Black Frame Insertion feature, faster camera movements can be enjoyed (almost) without any motion blur.
For gaming, the Samsung QN900A has been equipped with an HDMI 2.1 port, VRR FreeSync and ALLM. This means you can also play games with the next-gen consoles and really get the best out of them. The sound from the device’s 6.2.2 channel speakers is unfortunately rather disappointing, even if it is better when compared to the other 8K model – the QN800A. The best smart TV feature is definitely considered to be the rechargeable remote, which is standard for the Neo-QLED range since 2021.
The question whether 8K is worthwhile cannot be answered fundamentally. The 8K resolution is not really common yet, and most content is displayed in Full HD or 4K. Thus, you have to carefully consider whether you see 8K as a future technology and want to buy such a TV.