This product hasn't been reviewed yet.
We've added this product to our database but we haven't actually tested it yet. If you want us to review it drop us a line and we might just bump it to the front of our reviews queue.
Engadget - Not yet scored
AVERAGE CRITIC SCORE
Users - Not yet scored
AVERAGE USER SCORE
View All Critic & User Reviews
- Critic Reviews (2)
- 85AVERAGE CRITIC SCORE2 ReviewsReviewed.com Televisions90This Samsung TV will land you premium features for an affordable priceSome folks might consider Samsung's Tizen-powered smart platform to be their preferred experience, and others might appreciate Samsung's design elements. If what you're looking for is a TV that emphasizes value without cutting every possible corner, the Q60T is worthy of consideration. It just so happens that a handful of other TVs are just as worthy.Rtings80Samsung Q60T QLED TV ReviewIt's well-suited for dark room viewing thanks to its outstanding native contrast ratio and black uniformity, but it also fits well in a brightly-lit room. Unfortunately, its peak brightness prevents it from delivering a great HDR experience, and its poor viewing angles aren't ideal for large rooms. While gamers should be satisfied with its low input lag, there's no support for any variable refresh rate technology.
3840 x 2160
More from Samsung
We have two newsletters, why not sign up for both?
- Our favorite devices from Apple, Google, Bose, Samsung, Jabra and others are all on sale.
- Millions of phones with Mali GPUs are at risk from exploits months after ARM issued a fix, Project Zero suggests.
- The initiative enables health and fitness apps to share data with each other more easily.