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SAMSUNG 82 Inch Class 8K Ultra HD (4320P) HDR Smart QLED TV QN82Q900R (2019 Model)

Model: QN82Q900RBFXZA
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Our best TV ever combines 8K HDR true-to-life picture quality, AI-powered intelligent upscaling, stunning design and smart home-ready features for a revolutionary TV experience.
  • Screen Size
    82"
  • Resolution
    8K UHD
  • Is Smart
    Y
  • Display Technology
    QLED
  • Number of HDMI Connections
    4
  • Backlight Type
    LED

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Our best TV ever combines 8K HDR true-to-life picture quality, AI-powered intelligent upscaling, stunning design and smart home-ready features for a revolutionary TV experience.

Picture
  • Real 8K Resolution1
  • 8K AI Upscaling
  • Quantum Processor 8K
  • Quantum HDR 32X3 (75")
  • Quantum HDR 24X3 (65")
  • Direct Full Array 16X4 (75" & 65")
  • 100% Color Volume5 with Quantum Dot
  • Real Game Enhancer
  • Motion Rate 240

Style
  • One Invisible Connection?
  • No Gap Wall Mount
  • One Connect Box?
  • UltraWide Viewing Angle
  • Bezel Color: Black
  • Stand Color: Black
  • Bezel-free Design

Smart
  • Smart TV with Universal Guide
  • Bixby on TV
  • Ambient Mode?
  • Samsung OneRemote
  • Connect & Share
  • SmartThings Compatible

Connections
  • 4 HDMI Connections6
  • 3 USB Connections
  • LAN Port
  • 802.11AC built-in Wi-Fi
  • Bluetooth®
  • RS232 Control (EX-Link)
  • IP Control Support
  • Optical Audio Output Port

Audio
  • Dolby® Digital Plus
  • 60 Watt 4.2 Channel

Included Accessories
  • Samsung OneRemote
  • One Connect Box & Cable

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Specifications

Display Technology
QLED
Resolution
8K UHD
Manufacturer
SAMSUNG
Connector Type
Wireless, RS-232, Micro USB Connector, Digital Audio, Ethernet, HDMI
Model
QN82Q900RBFXZA
Screen Size
82"
Is Smart
Y
Brand
Samsung
Assembled Product Weight
170 lbs
Format
Flat
Condition
New
manufacturer_part_number
qn82q900r
Series
Q900 Series
Streaming Services
Netflix, HBO NOW, Hulu, CBS, VUDU, Google Play Movies & TV, YouTube, Smart TV with Bixby Voice, Apps and Full Web Browser
Refresh Rate
120 Hz
Assembled Product Dimensions (L x W x H)
10.20 x 80.30 x 48.20 Inches

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Customer Reviews

Average Rating:(4.7)out of 5 stars
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Most helpful positive review
22 customers found this helpful
Average Rating:(5.0)out of 5 stars
Fantastic picture
Just put this in as my flagship TV for watching movies. It displaced 65" Sony A8F OLED screen. It is paired with Panasonic DP-UB820 4K Blu-ray player and Denon 4400 receiver. Setup and connections were a breeze and everything works right from the get go. One Connect cord is a neat idea although I already had HDMI cord running through the wall and power outlet at the wall mount for the Sony, replaced HDMI with One Connect cord that carries power and all input signals. QLED looked great on store display but I was a bit anxious how its gonna perform in my living room with lights down. Sony OLED wasn't the brightest but deep blacks and great contrast produced excellent picture. Happy to report that QLED performs amazingly. Do not see a difference in deep blacks and better brightness and 8K resolution looks better than OLED in bright and dark room! Regional backlit control works wonders, watched several movies with extreme bright and dark portions of the scene. Opening scenes of The Angel Has Fallen where Buttler is in pitch black room looking through a small wall slit out onto sunny outside. His face is lit up to maximum but everything around him is deep dark! This is not the good old LED where there would be washed out grey and halos everywhere. Also love love the minimalistic remote that is slick and has few buttons only. Reminds me of AppleTV remote. TV turns on instantly. Only if it supported Dolby Vision I'd be in complete movie heaven, till then HDR10+ it is!
Most helpful negative review
34 customers found this helpful
Average Rating:(2.0)out of 5 stars
Worried Early 8K adopter
After buying into the hype of future proofing my viewing pleasure in diving into 8k it appears that the more I peel back the onion the more I see that my 75Q900RB is not properly capable of displaying 8K content. This became prevalent to me when I noticed I could not watch 8K content via YouTube. After reading messages on the boards and content around the web I understand that the AV1 codec required to watch 8K content on YouTube isn't on my television. I don't even want to discuss the contrast modulation aspect of 15% my TV can display which further debunks that my TV is true 8K. I am almost starting to regret my purchase and wish I waited for the Q950t which is supposed to be real 8k. I am hoping Samsung can do the right thing to ensure us early adopters can properly enjoy 8k content by either replacing our sets or providing a viable update that can correct this mess.
Most helpful positive review
22 customers found this helpful
Average Rating:(5.0)out of 5 stars
Fantastic picture
Just put this in as my flagship TV for watching movies. It displaced 65" Sony A8F OLED screen. It is paired with Panasonic DP-UB820 4K Blu-ray player and Denon 4400 receiver. Setup and connections were a breeze and everything works right from the get go. One Connect cord is a neat idea although I already had HDMI cord running through the wall and power outlet at the wall mount for the Sony, replaced HDMI with One Connect cord that carries power and all input signals. QLED looked great on store display but I was a bit anxious how its gonna perform in my living room with lights down. Sony OLED wasn't the brightest but deep blacks and great contrast produced excellent picture. Happy to report that QLED performs amazingly. Do not see a difference in deep blacks and better brightness and 8K resolution looks better than OLED in bright and dark room! Regional backlit control works wonders, watched several movies with extreme bright and dark portions of the scene. Opening scenes of The Angel Has Fallen where Buttler is in pitch black room looking through a small wall slit out onto sunny outside. His face is lit up to maximum but everything around him is deep dark! This is not the good old LED where there would be washed out grey and halos everywhere. Also love love the minimalistic remote that is slick and has few buttons only. Reminds me of AppleTV remote. TV turns on instantly. Only if it supported Dolby Vision I'd be in complete movie heaven, till then HDR10+ it is!
Most helpful negative review
34 customers found this helpful
Average Rating:(2.0)out of 5 stars
Worried Early 8K adopter
After buying into the hype of future proofing my viewing pleasure in diving into 8k it appears that the more I peel back the onion the more I see that my 75Q900RB is not properly capable of displaying 8K content. This became prevalent to me when I noticed I could not watch 8K content via YouTube. After reading messages on the boards and content around the web I understand that the AV1 codec required to watch 8K content on YouTube isn't on my television. I don't even want to discuss the contrast modulation aspect of 15% my TV can display which further debunks that my TV is true 8K. I am almost starting to regret my purchase and wish I waited for the Q950t which is supposed to be real 8k. I am hoping Samsung can do the right thing to ensure us early adopters can properly enjoy 8k content by either replacing our sets or providing a viable update that can correct this mess.
Just put this in as my flagship TV for watching movies. It displaced 65" Sony A8F OLED screen. It is paired with Panasonic DP-UB820 4K Blu-ray player and Denon 4400 receiver. Setup and connections were a breeze and everything works right from the get go. One Connect cord is a neat idea although I already had HDMI cord running through the wall and power outlet at the wall mount for the Sony, replaced HDMI with One Connect cord that carries power and all input signals. QLED looked great on store display but I was a bit anxious how its gonna perform in my living room with lights down. Sony OLED wasn't the brightest but deep blacks and great contrast produced excellent picture. Happy to report that QLED performs amazingly. Do not see a difference in deep blacks and better brightness and 8K resolution looks better than OLED in bright and dark room! Regional backlit control works wonders, watched several movies with extreme bright and dark portions of the scene. Opening scenes of The Angel Has Fallen where Buttler is in pitch black room looking through a small wall slit out onto sunny outside. His face is lit up to maximum but everything around him is deep dark! This is not the good old LED where there would be washed out grey and halos everywhere. Also love love the minimalistic remote that is slick and has few buttons only. Reminds me of AppleTV remote. TV turns on instantly. Only if it supported Dolby Vision I'd be in complete movie heaven, till then HDR10+ it is!
After buying into the hype of future proofing my viewing pleasure in diving into 8k it appears that the more I peel back the onion the more I see that my 75Q900RB is not properly capable of displaying 8K content. This became prevalent to me when I noticed I could not watch 8K content via YouTube. After reading messages on the boards and content around the web I understand that the AV1 codec required to watch 8K content on YouTube isn't on my television. I don't even want to discuss the contrast modulation aspect of 15% my TV can display which further debunks that my TV is true 8K. I am almost starting to regret my purchase and wish I waited for the Q950t which is supposed to be real 8k. I am hoping Samsung can do the right thing to ensure us early adopters can properly enjoy 8k content by either replacing our sets or providing a viable update that can correct this mess.

Frequent mentions

1-10 of 98 reviews
Average Rating:(5.0)out of 5 stars

Fantastic picture

Just put this in as my flagship TV for watching movies. It displaced 65" Sony A8F OLED screen. It is paired with Panasonic DP-UB820 4K Blu-ray player and Denon 4400 receiver.

Setup and connections were a breeze and everything works right from the get go. One Connect cord is a neat idea although I already had HDMI cord running through the wall and power outlet at the wall mount for the Sony, replaced HDMI with One Connect cord that carries power and all input signals.

QLED looked great on store display but I was a bit anxious how its gonna perform in my living room with lights down. Sony OLED wasn't the brightest but deep blacks and great contrast produced excellent picture. Happy to report that QLED performs amazingly. Do not see a difference in deep blacks and better brightness and 8K resolution looks better than OLED in bright and dark room! Regional backlit control works wonders, watched several movies with extreme bright and dark portions of the scene. Opening scenes of The Angel Has Fallen where Buttler is in pitch black room looking through a small wall slit out onto sunny outside. His face is lit up to maximum but everything around him is deep dark!

This is not the good old LED where there would be washed out grey and halos everywhere.

Also love love the minimalistic remote that is slick and has few buttons only. Reminds me of AppleTV remote. TV turns on instantly. Only if it supported Dolby Vision I'd be in complete movie heaven, till then HDR10+ it is!

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Average Rating:(5.0)out of 5 stars

As Good as Advertised

the 8k display is stunning and watching native 8k videos (youtube) is the most impactful. still, upscaled blu-ray and 4k cable/streaming content are beyond sharp with hyper-realistic detail. no problems with connection via hdmi 2.1 cable from avr. arc works great to return audio from onboard content to the home theater system. other samsung features as per norm. a big leap forward for home viewing. very happy with the purchase. [This review was collected as part of a promotion.]

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Average Rating:(5.0)out of 5 stars

everything is awesome except for ambient mode

ambient mode sucks to be honest they need a better color recognition system it would be awesome if they had a sensor or module that came with the tv that could accurately detect the color

also there needs to be the option to select your own photos for ambient mode

also i wish they had an android tv app and more apps

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qualcomm man 3434: Thank you for sharing your thoughts on the new Samsung Q900. Please know that the Ambient Mode does allow you to upload your personal photos, decorative art, useful info (weather, headline news, etc.) or other content you may wish to display. For complete instructions on Ambient Mode setup and changing displayed content, please refer to pages 61-62 of the Online User Manual: http://downloadcenter.samsung.com/content/UM/201809/20180927112738059/ENG_US_KM2ATSCN-3.0.2.pdf I am sorry that you are not completely happy with Ambient Mode’s color reproduction. If you are trying to have Ambient Mode mimic your wall, please know that the Q900 does so based on a photo of your wall that you will need to take using the SmartThings app on your mobile device, and then setting that photo as your background in Ambient Mode. Accuracy will therefore depend on the lighting conditions/time of day under which you took your photo and lighting conditions/time of day during which you are displaying the Ambient Mode background. Please also know that background feature accuracy may vary depending on wall designs, patterns, and/or colors. The Samsung Smart Hub offers a large collection of popular apps ranging from entertainment, fashion, sports, weather, games, streaming, VOD, kids, and much more. To search for a particular app, please follow these instructions: 1. Press Home button on the remote to access the Home Screen 2. Select “Apps” 3. Scroll up to the top right corner and select the Search icon (magnifying glass) 4. Use the onscreen keypad to enter the name of the app you need to find. The TV will display suggestions based on what you enter. 5. Scroll up to the app name from the displayed list and select the app. 6. You may need to first install the app if it wasn’t installed by default for you (some apps require login to your Samsung account to be able to install) 7. The app will now be available in the “Recent” list when you select apps from the Home screen 8. You can add the app to the Home screen by selecting the app and pressing the up arrow then selecting “Add to Home” Please refer to the Online User Manual, pages 63-66, for full setup and installation instructions. Should you need further assistance with Ambient Mode, apps, or any other features, please reach out to Samsung Customer Support via any of the following options: 1) Phone: 1-800-SAMSUNG 2) LiveChat or Email: https://www.samsung.com/us/support/#contact_us_for_support 3) Facebook Messenger: http://m.me/samsungsupport 4) Twitter: https://twitter.com/messages/compose?recipient_id=18768513 Again, thank you for sharing your user experience on our new flagship Q900.
Average Rating:(5.0)out of 5 stars

Unbelievable technology - Lightyears Ahead!

Samsung's 8K TV is absolutely incredible! I witnessed it for the first time tonight & was honestly blown away. The image brightness, clarity and detail is unlike any I've ever seen. The ambient mode is like something you'd see in Star Trek or a sci-fi film. The tv is able to match its surroundings & cloak itself. It looks almost ghostly, translucent. What an incredible piece of technology. Great design aspect too, with frames in a variety of colors/materials. This is where interior design & technology meet. There's even an option to display custom artwork & photos. Space saving, beautiful & cutting edge. Simply wow! [This review was collected as part of a promotion.]

Helpful?
Hi Gigi3030, I am glad that you enjoyed the spectacular image quality of this 85” Q900. Distinguished by advancements such as our Quantum Processor 8K and proprietary Q HDR 8K technology, the Q900 elevates your viewing enjoyment with unparalleled blacks, depth, dimension, and color. And with AI Upscaling, the Q900 can also transform non-8K content into stunning 8K detail and definition. In addition to the Ambient Mode you fell in love with, the Q900 is also equipped with a slew of other innovative features – such as the Bixby voice assistance, Auto Game Mode, and Universal Guide – all designed to make your entertainment more convenient, connected, and personal. Here is a link to the Q900 product page, where you can find details of all the features, eManual, and other useful product support information: https://www.samsung.com/us/televisions-home-theater/tvs/qled-8k-tvs/85--class-q900r-qled-smart-8k-uhd-tv--2018--qn85q900rafxza/#benefits Should you have questions, please contact us at 1-800-SAMSUNG and a representative will gladly help you. You can also reach us via LiveChat or email: http://www.samsung.com/us/support/contact Or by Facebook Messenger: http://m.me/samsungsupport Or on Twitter: https://twitter.com/messages/compose?recipient_id=18768513 Again, thank you for taking the time to share your positive experience. - Samsung Ambassador
Average Rating:(5.0)out of 5 stars

Upscaling is great

Older 720 tv series looking surprisingly good on an 85” TV with the AI engine. It gets better the more you use the TV.

Helpful?
Sea Reveler, Thank you for your praise of the exceptional image quality enabled by our Quantum Processor 8K and AI upscaling technology. Have you tried the Ambient mode? Not only can you blend the TV with your interior using the Déco Mode, you can also display time, weather, or news headlines with the Info Mode, and personal images via the Photo Mode. Here is a link to the Q900 product page, where you can find details of all the features, eManual, and other useful product support information: https://www.samsung.com/us/televisions-home-theater/tvs/qled-8k-tvs/85--class-q900r-qled-smart-8k-uhd-tv--2018--qn85q900rafxza/#benefits Should you have questions about any of the features, or need assistance with usages, please contact Samsung Customer Support toll-free at 1-800-SAMSUNG and a representative will gladly help you. You can also contact Samsung via LiveChat or email. Simply insert this link into your browser: http://www.samsung.com/us/support/contact We are likewise reachable by Facebook Messenger at: https://www.facebook.com/samsungsupport Or find us on Twitter at https://twitter.com/SamsungSupport Again, thank you for taking the time to share your positive experience, and for choosing Samsung. - Samsung Ambassador
Average Rating:(5.0)out of 5 stars

It has massive colours and outclass resolution

I bought this a 35 to 40 days ago and i really like this am so happy with it's awesome colour size i can play games with comfort

Helpful?
Hi Shayyan , Glad to hear that you are enjoying the ultimate home theater experience delivered by our innovative Q900 8K TV. In addition to the vibrant color performance and the 8K resolution you enjoy, the Q900 also comes with other innovative features – such as the Bixby voice assistance, Auto Game Mode, and Universal Guide – all designed to make your entertainment more convenient, connected, and personal. Should you have questions, please contact us at 1-800-SAMSUNG and a representative will gladly help you. You can also reach us via LiveChat or email: http://www.samsung.com/us/support/contact Or by Facebook Messenger: https://www.facebook.com/samsungsupport Find us on Twitter: https://twitter.com/SamsungSupport Again, thank you for taking the time to share your positive experience. - Samsung Ambassador
Average Rating:(4.0)out of 5 stars

Great colors, very elegant design.

I received my Q900 last week as a replacement of a KS9000. The Q900 has beautiful colors and very deep blacks but it's not bright as the KS9000. For this reason it doesn't perform great as the KS9000 in bright rooms. Very disappointed with the remote. It came with the black plastic one and not with the beautiful silver alluminium one. The Flagship model should come with the alluminium remote.

Overall satisfied enough with the product so far.

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Average Rating:(4.0)out of 5 stars

Has good design and technology

The voice controls are not consistently good. They pick up conversations from tv programs. We still have not been able to load our pictures from our phone to the ambient feature. Also have not been able to program the tv to allow both the tv speakers and the receiver speakers to work simultaneously. In other words the advanced technology needs to be better explained and simplified. These are minor inconveniences, the tv display is very good. [This review was collected as part of a promotion.]

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Iquit, Thank you for bringing your concerns to our attention. For better voice control, we recommend you to turn off the far field mic setting and use the mic button on the remote instead. Thank you for bringing your concerns to our attention. To stop Bixby from activating itself, please go thru the following steps to make sure the far field mic is turned off: 1. Short press the mic button on the remote to get the Bixby Settings page. 2. Go to Explore Now, then Settings, then Voice wake-up, and select Off. To import photos from your mobile device or Samsung Cloud, use the SmartThings app on your mobile device. For complete instructions on Ambient Mode setup and changing displayed content, please refer to pages 56-59 of the Online User Manual: http://downloadcenter.samsung.com/content/UM/201907/20190701114654234/MUSATSCR-3.0.8_EM_MUSE_USA_ENG-US.pdf Should you need further assistance on these concerns, or you have questions about other features, please reach out to Samsung Customer Support at: 1) Phone: 1-800-SAMSUNG (ask for TVs) Available 8AM - 12AM EST (Mon-Fri) / 9AM - 11PM EST (Sat-Sun) 2) LiveChat or Email: https://www.samsung.com/us/support/#contact_us_for_support 3) Facebook Messenger: https://www.facebook.com/samsungsupport 4) Twitter: https://twitter.com/SamsungSupport If you have not already done so, we invite you to register your new Samsung TV at: https://www.samsung.com/us/support/register/. Registering your product gives you access to easy warranty support, convenient opt-in to special promos and offers, faster troubleshooting, service, and quick notification of system updates. Again, thank you for taking the time to share your experience, and for choosing Samsung. - Samsung Ambassador
Average Rating:(2.0)out of 5 stars

Worried Early 8K adopter

After buying into the hype of future proofing my viewing pleasure in diving into 8k it appears that the more I peel back the onion the more I see that my 75Q900RB is not properly capable of displaying 8K content. This became prevalent to me when I noticed I could not watch 8K content via YouTube. After reading messages on the boards and content around the web I understand that the AV1 codec required to watch 8K content on YouTube isn't on my television. I don't even want to discuss the contrast modulation aspect of 15% my TV can display which further debunks that my TV is true 8K. I am almost starting to regret my purchase and wish I waited for the Q950t which is supposed to be real 8k. I am hoping Samsung can do the right thing to ensure us early adopters can properly enjoy 8k content by either replacing our sets or providing a viable update that can correct this mess.

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Average Rating:(1.0)out of 5 stars

Very Disappointed

an 8k tv with very bad 8k support: (1) it doesn't support 8k youtube video, which is already ridiculous. however they even tried to blame youtube for that. (2) if you want to connect it to pc, you would found that it doesn't support dsc, so even with hdmi 2.1, you can only get 8 bit 4:2:0 for 8k @ 60hz. that is to say, they only support 8k @60hz with low quality. how can they even call it 8k?

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