Last Updated on February 12, 2024 by Saira Farman
At every price range, Samsung smart TV models offer a performance that is suitable for most users. These televisions generally perform well and are among the best TVs available in the Indian market. At present, the competition is tightening up more, so Samsung smart LED TVs do not seem to provide as much value as they did previously. Their performance, however, remains comparable, though.
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Compared to other brands, a Samsung smart TV is
• Well-rounded. Typically, Samsung 32 inch LED TV models will not be the best for specific usage. They tend to be versatile televisions that will perform well in a variety of uses.
• Excellent upscaling. Lower quality content like broadcast DVDs or TVs is scaled up to the 4k resolution.
• Unmatched gaming features on Samsung 32 inch LED TV models. Samsung was the first TV brand to adopt new gaming algorithms, including Auto Low Latency and FreeSync.
Samsung QN90A QLED
The best Samsung smart TV appliances experts have examined is the Samsung QN90A QLED. It is part of Samsung’s exclusive Neo QLED series that intends to improve regular QLED TVs by deploying Mini-LED backlighting. The local dimming on this television model is excellent, enhancing the existing contrast ratio for producing deep, inky blacks. It has wide viewing angles, mostly better than other VA panels, all credits to the brand’s ‘Ultra Viewing Angle’ layer which intends to improve the viewing angle at the expense of contrast. However, the highlight of the QN90A is, by far, its maximum brightness.
It is one of the brightest television models users will have ever seen. If you are a user looking for a television that can handle any lighting condition and can diffuse reflections well, then this smart Samsung TV is the one you should get. Impressively, it also maintains exceptionally high-quality brightness in HDR and has a wide color gamut. This is why HDR content looks so fantastic.
Samsung QN85A QLED
If you want the best Samsung TV for gaming, we recommend the Samsung QN85A QLED. This model uses Mini LED backlighting; however, unlike Samsung QN90A QLED, the QN85A QLED uses a unique ADS panel. ADS panels have lower contrast ratios and wide viewing angles. The model’s full-array local dimming does a good job of improving black levels, and the contrast is higher when the TV is particularly set on the Game Mode, so blacks still look quite deep and inky.
The benefit of an IPS-like panel is that it has very good viewing angles. These are great if users are going to use it for PC gaming or co-op gaming since the image will not appear to be washed out from the edges or the side if you sit close. This TV also has exceptional brightness in both HDR and SDR.
It has an impressively low input lag and an excellent response time for clearer motion. It comes with an HDMI 2.1 port and supports common resolutions used in advanced gaming consoles. New to 2021 Samsung smart TV models is the Game Bar, a feature that helps to have quick access to settings like aspect ratio and shows VRR status and frame rate.
The best Samsung TV in the budget category that we’ve tested is the Samsung TU8000. This Samsung smart TV has an excellent design and boasts thin borders on all sides. Like a majority of Samsung TV models, it comes with a VA panel with a high contrast ratio to produce deep blacks. For users who watch televisions in a dark room, this model is ideal. However, visibility can be an issue because it does not get too bright.
The viewing angles are quite narrow, indicating that images appear to be washed out when a user is watching from a side. It operates on Tizen OS like other Samsung TVs but does not operate as seamlessly as the higher-end Samsung models.
The quality of the picture is decent. It can display lower-resolution content perfectly without artifacts. If you are someone who prefers watching content from DVDs or cable boxes, you will find this model the perfect find. Unfortunately, it can’t display a wide color gamut for HDR content and doesn’t get bright enough to deliver a true HDR experience. The input lag is incredibly low, and the response time is decent, but there is no VRR support that can reduce screen tearing.
The model has a 60Hz panel and doesn’t support HDMI 2.1. It comes with an auto-low latency feature that switches on the Game Mode whenever a game launches on compatible devices. The television supports common resolutions and also displays chroma 4:4:4, also making it one of the best options for PC monitors. Overall, it is a decent TV that pleases most users and at the same time is easy on a user’s wallet.
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