With the advent of modern technology, our life is much relieved of both physical and mental spirits. During the guaranteed time of the pandemic crisis with the spreading motto “stay home”, we possibly become couch potatoes to some extent. Without a doubt, a bucket of popcorn and a captivating Netflix series in front of the television is the moment of truth right now.
Clearly, television is of high caliber contributes a huge part in those relaxing times. After researching a bunch of types of television on the Internet, I come to my thorough conclusion with Samsung TV.
I presume that the Samsung Q90/Q90R could be the best Samsung Tv version of all kinds. Because It’s their flagship model in the 2019 lineup, it has a premium feel to it and comes with a sturdy, metal stand that is firm and stiff enough to put on a table. On the other hand, you should keep an eye on your children if you put the TV on the table without the platform. Last time, my children were running around and almost dashed it, which is a heartbroken feeling. Otherwise, you are able to experience any type of use due to its various applications
In my mind, this one is supposed to be one of the best-LED TVs, owing to its lively picture quality. Although it has a VA panel, which normally has native contrast and sub-par viewing angles, Samsung adds an ‘Ultra Viewing Angle’ layer, improving the viewing angles at the cost of its contrast. Fortunately, it still functions fairly well in dark rooms thanks to the outstanding black uniformity and the great local dimming feature.
One of the minus points is that it has some homogeneity issues as the edges are darker, but this perhaps because of the panel variance. Another disappointing issue, its viewing angles are not big enough for a group of 5,6 people to play games together. And the sound effect is unable to satisfy the group’s expectations but it’s more favorable with a small family of four. It also displays a very wide color gamut and can get extremely bright to make highlights pop in HDR. Overall, it is always the first thing that comes to my mind if my relatives or friends ask for TV recommendations.