Samsung Q7F Review

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Your viewing experience will be better than ever before with the Samsung Q7F QLED TV, as it provides you with an Ultra HD screen with excellent colour reproduction and great picture quality. Having varying sizes from 55” to 65” to 75”, this Q7 QLED TV needs only one wire connected directly to the TV unlike last year, making it much less cluttered and hassle free. Standing out as most likely the best 4K TV out in the market, it also has a 240Hz refresh rate and features Freesync technology, making it a great fit for gamers. In this Samsung Q7F review we see how those features and a whole lot more, make this Samsung QLED TV an amazing smart TV.

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Why We Like It – Samsung Q7F

Taking you deeper into the realm of 4K TV’s, in this TV review we bring you the newest model in Samsungs Q7F line up. Having a native contrast ratio of 5607: 1 and a wide colour gamut this Samsung QLED TV allows you to experience an excellent, surreal viewing experience. And so, with an amazing picture quality, local dimming features and also a wide selection of apps, the Samsung Q7FN is indeed one of the best QLED TVs out in the market right now. For gamers, we’ve got a great deal on a high res 1440p monitor – only $250 & a 4K 55-inch TV under $600 today in Deals.

Pros
  • Amazing Picture Quality
  • Wide colour gamut
  • Low input lag
Cons
  • Being a QLED TV it falls behind its OLED TV counterparts
  • Viewing angles aren’t that good

Performance

What makes it an even better choice for gaming is that the Samsung Q7FN has the capability to adjust the backlight flicker frequency to 60Hz, reducing the persistence blur and thus greatly improving the clarity of fast moving games. However, it isn’t only limited to gaming. It has a 3840 x 2160 resolution and is able to produce a uniform peak brightness level of 805 cd/m2. Paired with plenty of choice when it comes to streaming apps, thanks to the Samsung Smart Hub platform, the Q7FN is great for watching TV shows or movies as well as many other HDR content.

The TV also features local dimming which although being limited does not prevent the TV from having a great picture quality in bright rooms. It does however, cause the TV to have a bad viewing angle. Although, the sound quality isn’t as good as that of the Sony XBR-A1E, especially when it comes to the bass, it is good enough for watching TV Shows and Movies.

Design

The Samsung Q7F comes with a sleek metal stand with a good overall design that also allows you to mount the device if you want to. Having a mess of wires around the TV is no longer an issue as the TV only contains one single port. The single port is used to connect the Samsung Q7F to its one connect box which is then used to power the TV whilst also allowing you to connect any other devices to it. Ranging from 3 USB connectors to 4 HDMI ports, the Q7F also contains an ethernet port. However, you need not worry as it also supports WIFI making connectivity easier than ever.

As for the remote which comes in a simple yet elegant design, it features voice control which you can use to easily navigate through the different apps in the platform. If you’re someone who prefers something more simple(without the apps) and more budget friendly, the Sony XBR65X900F is an Ultra HD 4K TV worth checking out.

Value

Having quite a number of features, including HDR and motion interpolation technology, the Samsung Q7F has its own share of benefits. While its image quality isn’t as good as that of Sony XBR-A1E and the price isn’t as budget friendly as the TCL 55R617, the Samsung Q7F is almost in the perfect balance between price and performance. Thus providing an exceptionally large colour volume with great picture quality as well as the capability to adjust to the need of gamers with its game mode and low input lag, it is worth the price and a great pick for those who cherish a great viewing experience.

Samsung Q7F Wrap Up

Having a price tag of around $3300 the Samsung Q7F is one of the best TVs available which however, doesn’t surpass its counterparts like the LG OLED 65C9PLA with its Dolby vision. It doesn’t actually have that great a viewing angle while its local dimming capabilities are limited. However, with an exceptional peak brightness and an excellent wide colour gamut it stands out as a great choice for anyone looking for good TV. It isn’t as expensive as some other TV’s when it comes to the price, but it does however almost keep up with them when it comes to performance. Thus, for anyone looking to get a great upgrade in their viewing experience without reaching too deep into their pockets, this is a perfect choice.

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Golam Rahman

Bio-loving tech writer that enjoys the pursuit of learning. Golam is currently learning Japanese and when he's not doing that, he's playing online games.

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