SAMSUNG 85″ QN90B Series TV

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SAMSUNG 85″ QN90B Series TV Price History


Current Price - May 17, 2024
Highest Price $2,699.00 November 24, 2023
Lowest Price $2,699.00 November 24, 2023
Since November 24, 2023

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$2,699.00 November 24, 2023

SAMSUNG 85″ QN90B Series TV Description

Neo QLED 4K QN90B Series — Breathtaking Clarity and Vibrant Colors

The SAMSUNG 85″ Class Neo QLED 4K QN90B Series Mini LED Quantum HDR 32x brings movies, TV shows, and live sports to life with stunningly detailed 4K resolution. The 85″ display features a wide viewing angle, Mini LED backlighting, Quantum HDR 32x for greater contrast, and Neo QLED technology for ultra-vibrant colors. It’s perfect for any home entertainment setup regardless of the size or shape of your room.

Mini LED Backlighting and Quantum HDR 32x –The Ultimate in Picture Quality

The SAMSUNG 85″ Class Neo QLED 4K QN90B Series features revolutionary Mini LED backlighting, providing greater contrast and depth than traditional LED backlighting. The Mini LED backlight technology enables finer control of light levels, allowing for deeper black levels and brighter whites. Coupled with Quantum HDR 32x, you can enjoy incredibly lifelike images with unprecedented clarity and detail.

The Power of Quantum Processor 4K –Powerful Picture Quality with Intelligent upscaling

The SAMSUNG 85″ Class Neo QLED 4K QN90B Series also features Quantum Processor 4K, which automatically upscales content to near-4K picture quality through a powerful multi-process timeline of 4K picture analysis. With Samsung’s intelligent AI-based algorithms, you can enjoy content with improved resolution and optimized color tones that are matched to your environment—all to render every image and every scene in lifelike detail.

Endless Entertainment –The Best Apps and Perfect Picture in One Place

The SAMSUNG 85″ Class Neo QLED 4K QN90B Series has access to endless entertainment options. Enjoy watching award-winning shows, movies, and live sports on popular streaming services such as Netflix, Hulu, and Amazon Prime. With Samsung’s Universal Guide, you can access all your favorite apps from one convenient place.

* 85″ Class Neo QLED 4K QN90B Series Mini LED Quantum HDR 32x display
* Mini LED backlighting and Quantum HDR 32x
* Quantum Processor 4K
* Universal Guide
* Ultra-vibrant colors with Neo QLED technology
* Wide viewing angle
* Lifelike images with unprecedented clarity and detail

SAMSUNG 85″ QN90B Series TV Specification

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Item Weight

‎125 pounds

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Color Name

‎Titan Black

Special Features

‎100% Color Volume with Quantum Dot, Real Depth Enhancer, HDR10+, Works with Google Assistant and Alexa, Quantum Matrix Technology, Neo Quantum Processor 4K, EyeComfort Mode

Speaker Type


Cable Length

‎6 Feet

Standing screen display size

‎85 Inches


‎120 Volts


‎360 watts

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SAMSUNG 85″ QN90B Series TV Reviews (2)

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  1. MR. F.

    I did what I thought was enough due diligence before buying this set. Consumer Reports ranks it the highest among 65″ LED sets. The first thing I put on after mounting this new TV (65″ version) was Dune which was near the halfway point when I fired it up. I immediately was disgusted with the streaky rainbow-like pattern across the screen from any point of light in the room (see photo) as the sand worm examined the hero. Did I miss taking off a second protective film? No. Something wrong with the screen? After some research, also no. I put this in my main upstairs living room that is an extension of the kitchen (some lights are almost always on) to have a brighter TV and moved a 2 month old LG OLED C2 to the basement where the inky blacks could be better enjoyed and initially regretted the purchase but have softened on that view after more typical use.

    Main Comment – if you are shopping for your movie night TV and you will have any lights in use in the room, don’t get this model (unless the 50″ version). The “Ultra Viewing Angle” feature is a sheet of vertical prisms/lenses that helps provide a bright picture when viewed from the side (seems like a lenticular lens in sheet form). For that purpose, it works very well. It’s not the reflection reducing treatment, it is for sure the wide angle viewing layer causing the scattered light from any light source (ceiling light, table lamp, sunny window, etc.). View the “Specifications Sheet” under “Product Guides” on this (or any) Samsung TV page to look if the Samsung model you are interested in has the wide angle viewing filter or not. I installed it on a mount with 10 degree down angle tilt which has helped some.

    It turns out that watching Dune (half the movie is set at night) as my first experience with the set was a bit unfair to the set and after I did some more research and had more use under normal conditions my determination to return the set has faded quite a bit. The picture can be set VERY bright – a lot brighter than the C2 and unless viewing dark content the light scattering isn’t too noticeable. The main use for this set for us will be daily TV viewing – news, sports, etc. For watching real movies / serious TV shows under ideal conditions I’ll use the LG OLED in the basement where the lights can be set low and the 5.1 receiver can kick out the surround sound (that set in the dark is amazing). The QN90 has an ATSC 3.0 (NextGen TV) OTA receiver and I do have an antenna hooked up for occasional use. It’s pretty cool to get HD (and soon UHD) picture over the air. Just a few channels so far but they look as good as streaming content.

    Summary thoughts:
    – Great picture, not as perfect as a similarly priced OLED but can get so much brighter
    – The light scattering effect of the wide viewing filter should be considered. Where will you use this? Can you live with it? You can check in store models with your phone light.
    – Best use in my opinion is regular viewing in a living room area, or movie viewing in a room with lights you can shut off completely or dim very very low. Dark content looks terrible if any lights on.
    – The provided remote is too minimalist, takes several steps just to change inputs. Much better experience with a full Samsung remote such as this one for $10
    – Does not process Dolby Vision which is output from several streaming services, odd omission at this price point
    – Does have an ATSC 3.0 tuner which is a bonus if you ever use an antenna as a backup for cable/streaming

    Lot of detail can be found at (that’s not a typo) on this or any set. Great resource.

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  2. MR. F.

    I’ve been using a Sony Bravia for years (1080p/i) standard hi-def as a display, also using a Yamaha RX-V371 Audio Video receiver, which I loved and it served me faithfully since 2017…a refurbished unit I bought on faith for just 135$, along with a full set of Polk surrounds and I’m not sure who made the woofer. I decided to upgrade to Ultra High Def and so I began by replacing the heart of the system, the AVR, with a Yamaha RX-V4A. I had no desire to add more speakers to my setup for Dolby Atmos sound, so the RX-V4A fit my requirements just fine. I had such a good and reliable experience with the RX-V371 that I knew I wanted another Yamaha.

    Then I began to search for a TV. It came down to OLED vs QLED, plus, it had to fit on my TV table. So many sets have legs out at the ends of the screen that they would not fit and were automatically disregarded. Two things made me want to buy the QLED over the OLED: burn-in, and the brightness of the screen. High Dynamic Resolution uses brightness as one of its features, and I wanted a good HDR experience, plus the ratings on Consumer Reports had this in the recommended category. The smaller width base would also fit on my TV table with no problems. HDR10, HLG, and HDR10+ but no Dolby Vision! I did more reading and decided that since all TVs will have HDR10, this would be OK.

    I had a 4K Firestick already, and bought a Roku 4K unit and a Panasonic UHD blu ray player, along with Planet Earth II. Another fun fact was that Amazon Prime originals are almost all coded with HDR10+. Using calibration settings also supplied on the Consumer Reports site, the picture is simply spectacular. I am very pleased with this unit. The only problem I do have is that the HDMI-CEC will not turn on the TV from any peripheral devices. It will turn off, it will control volume from all controllers, but it will not turn on! Still working on that one and it is not that big of a deal. All my peripherals are connected to the AVR so I have only one 2.1 HDMI cable going out from the AVR arc port to the ARC port on the TV. I’m not bound to the Samsung confusion from their smart TV offerings because of this and usually press the power button on the RX-V4A and the TV button on my Tivo remote to get things going. I rarely use the Samsung remote and leave it solar-panel side up under a lamp in the room. In time I will experiment with the Samsung smart TV offerings and being a Tennis fan I have already found the T2 channel on the Samsung TV Plus. I still have a lot to learn about this TV but so far so good. I don’t have any buyer’s remorse. 1080/i programming just looks great, too, and UHD or not, the picture is so much better because the blacks are really black so everything looks better.

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