The Sony X950G and Samsung Q80R are two 4K TVs that are very similar in features and price. In fact, there are differences in operation and suitability, even though the features are comparable.
We’ve found out for you which of the two TVs is the better one and which fits your needs the best!
Sony X950G and Samsung Q80R
Which TV is better?
- Full Array Local Dimming
- Deep Black
- Great motion handling
- Dolby Vision
- Dolby Atmos and DTX:S
- No VRR
- Very deep black
- Good contrast
- Full Array Local Dimming with 50 Zones
- VRR through FreeSync
- Clear movements
- No Dolby Vision
- No Dolby Atmos, DTS:X
Detailed facts: Sony X950G or Samsung Q80R
The Sony X950G is the front-runner LCD TV from Sony. Thanks to its VA panel and Full Array Local Dimming it is a good choice for darker rooms. Reflections won't do much harm, so it's also great for bright rooms. However, its contrast is not as high as that of the Samsung Q80R.
The Samsung Q80R is one of the best TVs in the QLED series. Like the Sony X950G, it features a 120Hz VA panel that uses Full Array Local Dimming in order to produce deep blacks, which is great for dark environments. However, it also looks good in bright rooms because of the high contrast ratio. It's also a good gaming TV because of its 120 Hz and low input lag.
|Panel type||VA Panel||VA Panel|
|Colour depth||10 Bit||10 Bit|
|Resolution||3840 x 2160 pixels Ultra HD (UHD) / 4K / 2160p||3840 x 2160 pixels Ultra HD (UHD) / 4K / 2160p|
|Contrast ratio||4800 :1||5700 :1|
|Local dimming||Full Array Local Dimming||Full Array Local Dimming|
|Frequency||120 Hz||120 Hz|
|Operating system||Android Oreo 8.0||Tizen 5.0|
|Response Time||< 5 ms||< 4 ms|
|Input Lag||< 22 ms||< 15 ms|
|Improved viewing angle|
|Color space coverage||1.16-times better|
|Average brightness||1.19-times better|
|Maximum brightness||1.12-times better|