- Brand Name: SAMSUNG
- Item Weight: 37.9 pounds
- Product Dimensions: 2.3 x 44 x 25.3 inches
- Item model number: QN50Q60TAFXZA
- Specification Met: Energy Star
Enter a world saturated with color and sharpened to refreshing clarity, all of it made possible through the power of Quantum Dot technology. An intuitive Smart TV interface learns what you like and suggests exciting...
Samsung downgraded the Q60R with the new Q60T! You get 3 hdmi ports instead of 4. You lose freesync and black equalizer on the new Q60T, from last years Q60R. Motion artifacts are really bad. See fire photos. The motion artifacts are just gross. The blacks are very grey, because Samsung lied about bringing back local dimming.The tv is made very fragile, and the lightest touch on the screen will show, trails and dots where you lightly touch the screen. Black bars in movies are also gray. HDR is horrible, with very washed color, and you really have to juice up the color and, fine tune other settings to get a remotely acceptable hdr.HDR can get very saturated which is good, you get the same one remote found on all qled models, you have composite connections for older media, you have a no screw assembly, and dual led gives nice warm hues. But overall this tv is a bad choice. I'd wait for the other budget tvs, as they offer more for the same price or less.If you want to know more, or have questions, see the pictures above, and look up Quantum TV. I'll help you however I can.Best of luck- Quantum TV
I bought this 43" 2020 model to replace a 4 year Samsung curved tv. This model is very poorly designed, and cheaply made (including push in plastic legs which allow the tv to freely tilt and fall on either side, forward and backward). As I was unpacking, I was thinking perhaps the picture quality will compensate for this cheap feel.Not at all... The picture is messed up too: the first issue I noticed is that the picture comes through as if it is curved out towards the viewer as if it is project onto a ball! In addition, the picture is very milky and dim, and not very sharp at all even at the maximum setting of 20. I tried all the available settings... when I turned off the auto dimmer the picture brightened up (with all other issues including forward curbing remaining) - only to dim again by itself a few moments later. I tried to run a software update - there is no software update...I don't think the software update can fix the forward curving image (makes me feel like I'm looking at a ball), or the sharpness. The remote is dismal. The tv box says stunningly thin. That is not true at all. The tv thickness is the same as my model from 4 years ago. In addition, the setup of the tv goes through multiple screens which are very intrusive and annoying. For example they want you to agree to advertising tracking, login to your samsung account etc. I went ahead with it thinking I would reset these settings later and just set the tv up in a basic way. Well, not - I cannot reset the settings now that I'm going to return the tv: The Reset menu option is there but when I try it - the message says Unavailable. I do enjoy my samsung s10 phone. Who designed and made this tv? Why is it shipped and sold in this condition? Perhaps this tv was made by the C team at samsung?
Samsung TVs are regressing and losing some capabilities of last year's models! I purchased this TV for my bedroom to run the Xfinity Stream app that I tested on the 65" 2019 Q70 in my living room. It would give me access to my Comcast channels without running coax to the bedroom or being gouged for more money by Comcast. Alas the Xfinity Stream app is nowhere to be found on the 2020 TV. After contacting both Samsung and Comcast i find out that the Xfinity Stream app is not available for the 2020s. If you plan on streaming your Comcast content to the tv without paying for a box and running coax cable find a 2019 model or another brand.The TV is useless to me. I'm returning it and looking for last year's model or an LG.