Samsung Q80C [Q80, Q80CD] QLED Review (QN50Q80CAFXZA, QN55Q80CAFXZA, QN65Q80CAFXZA, QN75Q80CAFXZA, QN85Q80CAFXZA, QN98Q80CAFXZA) (2024)

Design

Design

Style

Curved No

The Samsung Q80C looks simple but functional. It has a clean hexagonal stand, thin bezels, and a clean-looking design. It looks nice enough to fit in any room without being distracting.

Design

Accelerated Longevity Test

Uniformity Pictures N/A

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Design

Stand

The center-mounted stand is small, so the TV doesn't require a large desk or media center. There's some side-to-side wobbling and a fair amount of front-to-back wobbling. It's not concerning if you don't move the TV around, but it's certainly more wobble than on premium models. The stand lifts the screen 3.12" above the surface of your table, so almost every soundbar fits in front of it without blocking the screen.

Footprint of the 65-inch stand: 15.38" x 11.25".

Design

Back

Wall Mount VESA 400x300

The back panel is made of textured plastic with vertical etched lines. There are grooves in the casing to help with cable management, which then get funneled into the stand. The stand has a removable cover that helps with hiding cables. The inputs are recessed and are hard to access if the TV is wall-mounted.

Design

Borders

Borders 0.35" (0.9 cm)

Design

Thickness

Max Thickness 1.85" (4.7 cm)

Like the Samsung Q80B QLED, the Samsung Q80C is a rather thick TV but looks good when wall-mounted due to its flat back.

8.0

Design

Build Quality

The Samsung Q80C's build quality is very good. There's flex around the VESA holes on the back, and the TV is pretty shaky on its stand, but otherwise, it looks good and shows no issues.

Picture Quality

6.8

Picture Quality

Contrast

Contrast

12,546 : 1

Native Contrast

1,581 : 1

The TV has adequate contrast. It's a solid improvement over the Samsung Q80B QLED, helped by having double the local dimming zones of its predecessor. Still, blacks look gray in the dark, and overall, this TV's contrast doesn't impress in a dark room. If you want something in a higher tier with much better contrast, check out the Samsung QN85C/QN85CD QLED or the newer Samsung QN85D/QN85DD QLED.

LEARN ABOUT CONTRAST

6.0

Picture Quality

Blooming

While the Samsung Q80C QLED has more dimming zones than the Samsung Q80B QLED, it's still insufficient to provide a truly satisfactory dimming experience. As a result, bright highlights show significant blooming in dark scenes, and it's distracting when watching.

6.0

Picture Quality

Lighting Zone Transitions

Local Dimming

Yes

Backlight

Full-Array

Dimming Zones Count Of Tested TV

96

The lighting zone transitions on the Samsung Q80C are mediocre. On big bright objects, there's massive blooming when the object is in multiple zones at once. For smaller objects, there are noticeable brightness fluctuations both on the object and in its blooming as the object moves from zone to zone.

6.0

Picture Quality

Contrast And Dark Details In Game Mode

The contrast and dark details in Game Mode are similar to those outside but with some differences. The dimming is less aggressive in Game Mode; this results in less aggressive blooming as it spreads out over fewer zones. There are also fewer flickering or brightness fluctuations as bright objects move from zone to zone, as the dimming is slower to react when compared to the 'Movie' mode. Unfortunately, this comes with the caveat that the perceived contrast isn't as high in Game Mode as in 'Movie' mode due to the slower, less aggressive local dimming.

7.2

Picture Quality

HDR Brightness

Hallway Lights (~1950 cd/m²)

460 cd/m²

Yellow Skyscraper (~700 cd/m²)

381 cd/m²

Landscape Pool (~300 cd/m²)

132 cd/m²

Peak 2% Window

644 cd/m²

Peak 10% Window

819 cd/m²

Peak 25% Window

740 cd/m²

Peak 50% Window

585 cd/m²

Peak 100% Window

500 cd/m²

Sustained 2% Window

632 cd/m²

Sustained 10% Window

805 cd/m²

Sustained 25% Window

734 cd/m²

Sustained 50% Window

584 cd/m²

Sustained 100% Window

499 cd/m²

Automatic Brightness Limiting (ABL)

0.026

The TV has satisfactory HDR peak brightness. Interestingly, it's slightly dimmer in real content than the Samsung Q80B QLED. Ultimately, while satisfactory, the Samsung Q80C doesn't get bright enough to get the full HDR experience.

These measurements are after calibrating the HDR white point with the following settings:

  • HDR Picture Mode: Movie
  • Brightness: 50 (Max)
  • Contrast: 50 (Max)
  • Color Tone: Warm2
  • HDR Tone Mapping: Static
  • Local Dimming: High
  • Color Space Settings: Auto

While we tested with HDR Tone Mapping set to 'Static' as it's more accurate, setting it to 'Active' makes the image brighter in some scenes, as you can see with the results below:

  • Hallway Lights: 456.6 cd/m²
  • Yellow Skyscraper: 438.5 cd/m²
  • Landscape Pool: 147.5 cd/m²

LEARN ABOUT HDR BRIGHTNESS

7.6

Picture Quality

HDR Brightness In Game Mode

Hallway Lights (~1950 cd/m²)

473 cd/m²

Yellow Skyscraper (~700 cd/m²)

425 cd/m²

Landscape Pool (~300 cd/m²)

166 cd/m²

Peak 2% Window

799 cd/m²

Peak 10% Window

914 cd/m²

Peak 25% Window

743 cd/m²

Peak 50% Window

599 cd/m²

Peak 100% Window

533 cd/m²

Sustained 2% Window

785 cd/m²

Sustained 10% Window

896 cd/m²

Sustained 25% Window

741 cd/m²

Sustained 50% Window

598 cd/m²

Sustained 100% Window

533 cd/m²

Automatic Brightness Limiting (ABL)

0.029

The TV is brighter overall in Game Mode versus 'Movie' mode, so games look a bit more vibrant.

These measurements are after calibrating the HDR white point, with the following settings:

  • HDR Picture Mode: Game
  • Brightness: 50 (Max)
  • Contrast: 50 (Max)
  • Color Tone: Warm2
  • HDR Tone Mapping: Static
  • Local Dimming: High
  • Color Space Settings: Auto
  • HDR10+ Gaming: Off
  • Game HDR: Basic

7.8

Picture Quality

PQ EOTF Tracking

600 Nit Tracking Delta

0.0148

1000 Nit Tracking Delta

0.0145

4000 Nit Tracking Delta

0.0149

The Samsung Q80C has very good PQ EOTF tracking. It's overbrightened through the entire range, but it never gets excessive. When the TV is near its peak brightness, the panel hard clips, resulting in clipping and a potential loss of detail in very bright scenes, but inversely it also lets the TV display bright highlights to the best of its capacity.

LEARN ABOUT PQ EOTF TRACKING

8.4

Picture Quality

SDR Brightness

Real Scene Peak Brightness

508 cd/m²

Peak 2% Window

638 cd/m²

Peak 10% Window

813 cd/m²

Peak 25% Window

738 cd/m²

Peak 50% Window

573 cd/m²

Peak 100% Window

484 cd/m²

Sustained 2% Window

630 cd/m²

Sustained 10% Window

797 cd/m²

Sustained 25% Window

732 cd/m²

Sustained 50% Window

572 cd/m²

Sustained 100% Window

483 cd/m²

Automatic Brightness Limiting (ABL)

0.027

The TV has great SDR peak brightness. It's easily bright enough to overcome glare or a bright room. Large areas of bright color do get dimmed by the Automatic Brightness Limiter (ABL), but not by much; this TV's brightness in SDR is relatively consistent as bright highlights get smaller or bigger.

These measurements are after calibration with the following settings:

  • Picture Mode: Movie (Calibrated)
  • Brightness: 50 (Max)
  • Local Dimming: High
  • Color Tone: Warm2

LEARN ABOUT SDR BRIGHTNESS

8.0

Picture Quality

Color Gamut

Wide Color Gamut

Yes

DCI P3 xy

89.79%

DCI P3 uv

93.70%

Rec 2020 xy

65.34%

Rec 2020 uv

71.28%

The Samsung Q80C has a very good HDR color gamut. It has fantastic coverage of the commonly used DCI-P3 color space, so the vast majority of HDR content looks vibrant and pleasant to the eyes. The panel's colors are slightly off; greens are too yellow, yellows and magenta are too red, and blues are too purple. The deviations are slight but widespread. The TV's coverage of the Rec. 2020 color space is limited; it's not a future-proof panel, as Rec. 2020 will become more prevalent.

LEARN ABOUT COLOR GAMUT

7.7

Picture Quality

Color Volume

1,000 cd/m² DCI P3 Coverage ITP

72.8%

10,000 cd/m² Rec 2020 Coverage ITP

32.5%

White Luminance

650 cd/m²

Red Luminance

147 cd/m²

Green Luminance

452 cd/m²

Blue Luminance

47 cd/m²

Cyan Luminance

503 cd/m²

Magenta Luminance

205 cd/m²

Yellow Luminance

593 cd/m²

The TV has good color volume. It can't show very bright colors, nor dark saturated ones, and many of its colors deviate from the ideal, as seen in the Color Gamut section. Aside from that, it shows bright, full colors, leading to colorful scenes.

LEARN ABOUT COLOR VOLUME

6.5

Picture Quality

Pre Calibration

White Balance dE

3.89

Color dE

3.65

Gamma

1.99

Color Temperature

7,153 K

Picture Mode

Movie

Color Temp Setting

Warm 2

Gamma Setting

2.2

The TV has mediocre pre-calibration accuracy; you need to calibrate this TV to get the most accurate image possible. Its white balance is off, with issues throughout its brightness range. Namely, blues are overemphasized in the whites. Colors are inaccurate, and gamma is too bright for a moderately-lit room. Finally, its color temperature is very cold, further emphasizing the presence of exaggerated blues.

LEARN ABOUT PRE CALIBRATION

9.2

Picture Quality

Post Calibration

White Balance dE

0.95

Color dE

1.23

Gamma

2.19

Color Temperature

6,543 K

White Balance Calibration

20 point

Color Calibration

Yes

The TV is tough to calibrate, especially considering how bad it is pre-calibration. Once you do, the white balance and color accuracy are greatly improved, and the TV provides a pleasant and accurate viewing experience.

You can see our full calibration settings here.

LEARN ABOUT POST CALIBRATION

7.4

Picture Quality

Gray Uniformity

50% Std. Dev.

4.408%

50% DSE

0.177%

5% Std. Dev.

0.474%

5% DSE

0.089%

The Samsung Q80C has satisfactory gray uniformity, but it shows some problems. There's a significant difference in brightness in the corners, and the brightness shift does bleed towards the center. It's unfortunately quite noticeable when watching content with large areas of uniform color, like hockey.

LEARN ABOUT GRAY UNIFORMITY

4.0

Picture Quality

Black Uniformity

Std. Dev.

3.710%

Native Std. Dev.

2.253%

Sadly, this TV has bad black uniformity. Without local dimming enabled, the screen fills with a cloud-like blue color, with almost no black in sight. It looks much better with local dimming enabled, but there's significant blooming around bright elements, which again looks like a cloud of blue around the highlight. Note that you can't disable local dimming without going into the service menu, which requires using an older Samsung remote.

LEARN ABOUT BLACK UNIFORMITY

8.0

Picture Quality

Viewing Angle

Color Washout

37°

Color Shift

67°

Brightness Loss

39°

Black Level Raise

70°

Gamma Shift

49°

The TV has a very good viewing angle. The image becomes less colorful and loses brightness at wide angles, but it's still quite watchable and is good enough for a wide seating area.

LEARN ABOUT VIEWING ANGLE

7.2

Picture Quality

Reflections

Screen Finish

Semi-gloss

Total Reflections

5.7%

Indirect Reflections

0.4%

Calculated Direct Reflections

5.3%

The TV has only decent reflection handling. It's not terrible, but bright light sources, like lights or windows, are distracting on this TV. Thankfully, the TV is quite bright, so it's still pleasant to watch, even with noticeable reflections. If you want a Samsung TV with better reflection handling, check out the Samsung The Frame 2024 QLED.

LEARN ABOUT REFLECTIONS

8.5

Picture Quality

HDR Native Gradient

100% Black to 50% Gray

8.0

50% Gray to 100% White

8.0

100% Black to 50% Red

10

50% Red to 100% Red

8.0

100% Black to 50% Green

8.0

50% Green to 100% Green

8.0

100% Black to 50% Blue

10

50% Blue to 100% Blue

8.0

The TV has impressive HDR gradient handling. Some banding is noticeable in all color bands except dark reds and blues, but overall it's a stellar performance, and you won't notice anything in practice.

LEARN ABOUT HDR NATIVE GRADIENT

6.3

Picture Quality

Low-Quality Content Smoothing

Smoothing

6.0

Detail Preservation

7.0

Unfortunately, the TV has unremarkable low-quality content smoothing. Low-bitrate content, or content watched from low-quality sources, has significant macro-blocking in dark areas, and there's a fair loss of sharp detail.

7.5

Picture Quality

Upscaling: Sharpness Processing

The Samsung Q80C has good upscaling performance. Lower-resolution content is upscaled well without noticeable or annoying issues.

LEARN ABOUT UPSCALING: SHARPNESS PROCESSING

Picture Quality

Pixels

Subpixel Layout

RGB

Type LED

Sub-Type

IPS

The Samsung Q80C uses an ADS panel, a type of IPS panel with many of the same characteristics. As it uses an RGB subpixel layout, this TV is well suited for text clarity when used as a PC monitor, as Windows ClearType handles RGB layouts well.

Motion

8.2

Motion

Response Time

80% Response Time

5.5 ms

100% Response Time

9.7 ms

This TV has a great response time. There's overshoot with transitions occurring in very dark scenes, and it causes inverse ghosting. Still, it quickly settles and won't be distracting unless you're sensitive to overshoot artifacts.

LEARN ABOUT RESPONSE TIME

9.9

Motion

Flicker-Free

Flicker-Free

No

PWM Dimming Frequency

960 Hz

The Samsung Q80C uses pulse width modulation (PWM) to dim its backlight, and the flicker frequency changes depending on the picture modes and settings you use. Unlike the Samsung Q80B QLED, the only flicker-free mode here is when you set the TV to ECO Mode with the brightness to 50 (Max). Movie Mode flickers at 960Hz, which you won't notice in practice. All other modes flicker at 120Hz at all brightness levels or 60Hz if BFI is enabled.

LEARN ABOUT FLICKER-FREE

Motion

Black Frame Insertion (BFI)

Optional BFI

Yes

Min Flicker For 60 fps

60 Hz

60Hz For 60 fps

Yes

120Hz For 120 fps

No

Min Flicker for 60 fps in Game Mode

60 Hz

The panel has an option backlight strobing feature, commonly known as black frame insertion. Unlike 2022's Samsung Q80B QLED, you can't make BFI work at 120Hz on this TV, so you're stuck at 60Hz if you want to use it. It's meant to reduce motion blur, but it duplicates images and reduces the panel's brightness, so it's distracting to use.

LEARN ABOUT BLACK FRAME INSERTION (BFI)

Motion

Motion Interpolation

Motion Interpolation (30 fps)

Yes

Motion Interpolation (60 fps)

Yes

The Samsung Q80C's motion interpolation feature, which goes up to 120Hz, is disappointing. Small objects leave blocky artifacts as you move them. For real content, any motion leaves significant artifacts which are distracting. As is typical of motion interpolation, it only worsens as the action ramps up.

LEARN ABOUT MOTION INTERPOLATION

6.7

Motion

Stutter

Frame Hold Time @ 24 fps

32.0 ms

Frame Hold Time @ 60 fps

7.0 ms

The Samsung Q80C has a very good response time, resulting in noticeable stutter when playing 24 fps content. It's very evident in slow-panning shots. If it bothers you, try enabling motion interpolation, although that brings its own share of problems, especially on this TV. Unfortunately, there's no perfect solution.

LEARN ABOUT STUTTER

10

Motion

24p Judder

Judder-Free 24p

Yes

Judder-Free 24p via 60p

Yes

Judder-Free 24p via 60i

Yes

Judder-Free 24p via Native Apps

Yes

The Samsung Q80C automatically removes judder from any source, which is fantastic and greatly improves perceived motion in movies.

LEARN ABOUT 24P JUDDER

9.4

Motion

Variable Refresh Rate

Native Refresh Rate

120 Hz (except 50")

Variable Refresh Rate

Yes

HDMI Forum VRR

Yes

FreeSync

Yes

G-SYNC Compatible

Yes

4k VRR Maximum

120 Hz

4k VRR Minimum

< 20 Hz

1080p VRR Maximum

120 Hz

1080p VRR Minimum

< 20 Hz

1440p VRR Maximum

120 Hz

1440p VRR Minimum

< 20 Hz

VRR + Local Dimming Yes

The Samsung Q80C works with all VRR technologies, so you can get a tear-free gaming experience no matter your gaming system. It also supports sources with Low Framerate Compensation (LFC). If your framerate dips below the VRR range, the TV will support multiplying frames, ensuring a tear-free experience even in the heaviest gaming scenes. Note that the 50" model is limited to a 60Hz refresh rate and doesn't have VRR.

LEARN ABOUT VARIABLE REFRESH RATE

Inputs

9.7

Inputs

Input Lag

1080p @ 60Hz

10.6 ms

1080p @ 60Hz Outside Game Mode

95.3 ms

1080p @ 120Hz

6.0 ms

1080p @ 144Hz

N/A

1440p @ 60Hz

10.8 ms

1440p @ 120Hz

5.9 ms

1440p @ 144Hz

N/A

4k @ 60Hz

10.5 ms

4k @ 60Hz + 10-Bit HDR

10.5 ms

4k @ 60Hz @ 4:4:4

10.5 ms

4k @ 60Hz Outside Game Mode

72.1 ms

4k @ 60Hz With Interpolation

23.2 ms

4k @ 120Hz

6.0 ms

4k @ 144Hz

N/A

8k @ 60Hz

N/A

The TV's input lag is superbly low. You must set the TV to Game Mode for the lowest input lag possible. If you enable Samsung's Game Motion Plus, the motion interpolation feature, the input lag jumps to 23.2 ms, which is still good enough for casual gaming.

LEARN ABOUT INPUT LAG

9.6

Inputs

Supported Resolutions

Resolution 4k

480p @ 59.94Hz (Widescreen)

Yes

720p @ 59.94Hz

Yes

1080p @ 60Hz @ 4:4:4

Yes

1080p @ 120Hz

Yes

1080p @ 144Hz

No

1440p @ 60Hz

Yes

1440p @ 120Hz

Yes

1440p @ 144Hz

No

4k @ 60Hz

Yes

4k @ 60Hz @ 4:4:4

Yes

4k @ 120Hz

Yes

4k @ 120Hz @ 4:4:4

Yes

4k @ 144Hz

No

8k @ 30Hz or 24Hz

No

8k @ 60Hz

No

The Samsung Q80C supports all common resolutions up to 4k @ 120Hz. It also displays clear text with proper chroma 4:4:4, as long as you set the input to PC.

LEARN ABOUT SUPPORTED RESOLUTIONS

Inputs

PS5 Compatibility

Auto Low Latency Mode (ALLM)

Yes

4k @ 120Hz

Yes

1440p @ 120Hz

Yes

1080p @ 120Hz

Yes

HDR

Yes

VRR

Yes

This TV can take full advantage of the PlayStation 5, with full 4k @ 120Hz and HDMI Forum VRR support. Note that the 50" model is limited to a 60Hz refresh rate.

Inputs

Xbox Series X|S Compatibility

Auto Low Latency Mode (ALLM)

Yes

4k @ 120Hz

Yes

1440p @ 120Hz

Yes

1080p @ 120Hz

Yes

HDR

Yes

VRR

Yes

This TV can take full advantage of the Xbox Series X or S, with full 4k @ 120Hz support and both HDMI Forum VRR and AMD FreeSync Premium Pro. Note that the 50" model is limited to a 60Hz refresh rate and does not have VRR.

Inputs

Inputs Specifications

HDR10

Yes

HDR10+

Yes

Dolby Vision

No

HLG

Yes

HDMI 2.0 Full Bandwidth

Yes (HDMI 1,2,3,4)

HDMI 2.1 Class Bandwidth

Yes (HDMI 1,2,3,4)

CEC Yes

HDCP 2.2 Yes (HDMI 1,2,3,4)

ATSC Tuner

1.0

USB 3.0

No

Variable Analog Audio Out No

Wi-Fi Support Yes (2.4 GHz, 5 GHz)

All four HDMI ports support 2.1 bandwidth, which is great for connecting multiple modern consoles or high-end PCs to this TV. The TV doesn't support Dolby Vision, but it does support the less supported HDR10+ format. Its tuner also only supports ATSC 1.0, so you can't use it to watch over-the-air 4k content in the United States. Note that the 50" model of the Samsung Q80C is limited to HDMI 2.0 bandwidth on all four ports.

Inputs

Input Photos

Inputs

Total Inputs

HDMI 4

USB 2

Digital Optical Audio Out 1

Analog Audio Out 3.5mm 0

Analog Audio Out RCA 0

Component In 0

Composite In 0

Tuner (Cable/Ant) 1

Ethernet 1

DisplayPort 0

IR In 0

Inputs

Audio Passthrough

ARC/eARC Port

eARC

eARC: Dolby Atmos Over Dolby Digital Plus

Yes

eARC: Dolby Digital Plus 7.1

Yes

eARC: LPCM 7.1 Over Dolby MAT

Yes

eARC: Dolby TrueHD 7.1

Yes

eARC: DTS:X Over DTS-HD MA

No

eARC: DTS-HD Master Audio 7.1

No

eARC: LPCM Channels (Bitstream)

7.1

ARC: Dolby Digital 5.1

Yes

ARC: DTS 5.1

No

Optical: Dolby Digital 5.1

Yes

Optical: DTS 5.1

No

The Samsung Q80C has eARC support, so you can pass lossless Dolby Atmos audio to a compatible receiver. Unfortunately, it doesn't support any DTS audio formats, so DVDs and Blu-rays don't sound their best on this TV as they use DTS for their audio tracks.

Sound Quality

6.4

Sound Quality

Frequency Response

Low-Frequency Extension

84.76 Hz

Std. Dev. @ 70

2.28 dB

Std. Dev. @ 80

3.38 dB

Std. Dev. @ Max

6.13 dB

Max

85.2 dB SPL

Dynamic Range Compression

5.52 dB

The TV has a mediocre frequency response. As on most TV speakers, the bass is basically absent, and its sound reproduction becomes less accurate as you raise the volume. The output frequencies deviate significantly from what they should be at the TV's max volume, which isn't that loud, so the sound feels like it's not quite what it should be. There's also a fair amount of compression artifacts, so it doesn't sound good at max volume.

LEARN ABOUT FREQUENCY RESPONSE

7.5

Sound Quality

Distortion

Weighted THD @ 80

0.058

Weighted THD @ Max

0.231

IMD @ 80

3.02%

IMD @ Max

4.65%

The Samsung Q80C has good distortion performance. It's surprisingly good for total harmonic distortion; most happens in the bass range and lower mid-range, which is less audible to human ears. Once you get to the middle point of the mid-range all the way to the treble, there's very little distortion, which is solid. It doesn't perform as well when you crank up the volume, but even then, it's decent.

LEARN ABOUT DISTORTION

Smart Features

8.5

Smart Features

Interface

Smart OS Tizen

Version 2023

Ease of Use

Easy

Smoothness

Very Smooth

Time Taken to Select YouTube

2 s

Time Taken to Change Backlight

5 s

Advanced Options

Many

The TV uses the 2023 version of Samsung's proprietary Tizen OS, which is fast and easy to use. Finding content is easy, and moving between apps and inputs becomes intuitive.

0

Smart Features

Ad-Free

Ads

Yes

Opt-out

No

Suggested Content in Home

Yes

Opt-out of Suggested Content

No

Like with most TVs, there are ads in the interface, and you can't fully disable them.

LEARN ABOUT AD-FREE

8.5

Smart Features

Apps and Features

App Selection

Great

App Smoothness

Average

Cast Capable

Yes

USB Drive Playback

Yes

USB Drive HDR Playback

Yes

HDR in Netflix

Yes

HDR in YouTube

Yes

The Samsung app store has a ton of apps available, and you're sure to find any popular mainstream streaming app in the list of options.

8.5

Smart Features

Remote

Size

Small

Voice Control

Many Features

CEC Menu Control

Yes

Other Smart Features

Yes

Remote App Samsung SmartThings

The Samsung Q80C QLED uses the 2023 version of Samsung's remote control. There are buttons dedicated to specific streaming apps, which can vary by region. It has an integrated microphone for voice commands, and it works well; you can change the input, ask to open specific apps and search within them, and ask for time or the weather. The remote has a rechargeable battery, which you can charge through USB-C or solar energy.

Smart Features

TV Controls

There's a button below the bezel at the very center of the screen. You can use it to turn the TV On or Off, and change the channels, the volume, and the input source.

Smart Features

In The Box

  • Remote Control
  • Power cable
  • User guides and manuals

Smart Features

Misc

Power Consumption 65 W

Power Consumption (Max) 245 W

Firmware 1205

Samsung Q80C [Q80, Q80CD] QLED Review (QN50Q80CAFXZA, QN55Q80CAFXZA, QN65Q80CAFXZA, QN75Q80CAFXZA, QN85Q80CAFXZA, QN98Q80CAFXZA) (2024)

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