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- 94AVERAGE CRITIC SCORE8 ReviewsTech Advisor90Samsung Q80T reviewThe Q80T isn’t far off flagship calibre in Samsung’s 2020 QLED line-up. The step-up Q90T has more dimming zones and even brighter HDR, but when it comes to features and functionality we’re probably splitting hairs. It gets a big thumbs up.Pocket-Lint90A 4K sensationThe Q80T may lack flagship status in Samsung's QLED line-up, but there's little obvious sense of compromise in its rank. Image clarity is scintillating, while colour fidelity and black level are both excellent. Outstanding picture clarity, crowd-pleasing dynamics, rocking audio, and a gaming performance that's class-leading make this mid-range QLED screen a 4K sensation.What Hi-Fi100Samsung's Q80T QLED sets a formidable mid-range benchmarkIt’s the first mid-range 55-incher that we’ve seen this year, but it sets a formidable benchmark thanks to its dynamic and solid picture, substantial sound and typically exhaustive app selection. Nothing’s unbeatable, of course, and we’re looking forward to putting the Q80T up against the Sony KD-55XH9505 and LG OLED55CX in particular, but we’d be surprised if it wasn’t in the running for an Award when the time comes.TechRadar100Samsung targets gamers with this low-latency stunnerThe Samsung Q80T gets just about everything it sets out to do right. Unusually for such a premium set, it’s not specifically tailored for the home cinema crowd, courting gamers and mainstream viewers instead -- but this is probably a smart move, not least because the lack of Dolby Vision won’t stick in the craw of that designated audience. Good contrast and vibrant colour, coupled to sensational upscaling and advanced smart features like Ambient mode, ensure the Q80T warrants frontrunner status.T380One of the best 4K gaming TVsThe Q80T is a formidable 4K performer that warrants a premium price tag overall. While it lacks Dolby Vision support, it’s an intrinsically bright HDR performer that’s absolutely perfect for daylight viewing, or in rooms with generally high levels of ambient light. And its OTS sound system is genuinely impressive. Our issue with giving it an even stronger recommendation is the wider context in which it's releasing.Stuff100Big product, big price, big performanceIt’s hard to pick holes in the Q80T. Yes, it has one obvious spec shortcoming and yes, it goes back a bit further than an OLED would. But where it really counts -- picture quality -- it needs no apologies made for it. If two grand for a new TV seems fair enough to you, you absolutely have to see this one.TrustedReviews100Samsung's 2020 TV range is off to a great start with the Q80TThe Q80T is an ambitious flatscreen offering punchy HDR, gorgeous color and a surprisingly good black level performance. It’s a great choice for daylight viewing, but also makes for a lively home theater experience.Rtings90Samsung Q80T QLED TV ReviewThe Samsung Q80T is an excellent TV for watching TV shows. Lower resolution content like cable TV is upscaled with no issues and the TV can get bright enough for viewing in bright rooms during the day. It has decent viewing angles, so the image won't degrade as much when viewed from the side, which is great for those who like to walk around while watching.
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