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Samsung Q900R vs Q90R Review (QN65Q900R vs QN65Q90R, QN75Q900R vs QN75Q90R, QN82Q900R vs QN82Q90R)

by on October 2, 2019
 



Samsung Q900R vs Q90R Review

The Samsung Q900/Q900R is a high end model of Samsung’s 2019 TV lineup. It is first commercial TV by Samsung that comes with 8K resolution. Meanwhile, the Samsung Q90R is the flagship of the Samsung’s 2019 4K QLED TV. In the market, the Q900R comes in 5 screen sizes options which are 55 inches (QN55Q900R), 65 inches (QN65Q900R), 75 inches (QN75Q900R), 82 inches (QN82Q900R), 85 Inches (QN85Q900R), and 98 Inches (QN98Q900R), while the Q90R comes in 3 screen sizes option, 65 inches (QN65Q90R), 75 inches (QN75Q90R) and 82 inches (QN82Q90R). Meanwhile, with the same screen, (QN65Q900R vs QN65Q90R, QN75Q900R vs QN75Q90R, QN82Q900R vs QN82Q90R), the Q900R certain is sold much more expensive than the Q90R. So, in addition to their screen resolution, what advantages are offered by the Q900R than the Q90R and which one is a better choice between them?

Samsung Q900R vs Q90R Key Specs

Technology and Features Samsung Q900/Q900R Samsung Q90R/Q90
Screen Size Available 55 Inches (QN55Q900RBFXZA), 65 Inch (QN900RBFXZA), 75 Inch (QN75Q900RBFXZA), 82 Inch (QN82Q900RBFXZA), 85 Inches (QN85Q900RAFXZA), 98 Inches (QN98Q900RBFXZA) 65 inches (QN65Q90RAFXZA), 75 inches (QN75Q90RAFXZA), 82 inches (QN82Q90RAFXZA)
Resolution 8K (7680 x 4320) 4K (3840 x 2160)
Panel Technology VA Panel VA Panel
Backlight Technology Direct LED Direct LED
Local Dimming Technology Full Array Local Dimming (Direct Full Array 16x) with Ultimate 8K Dimming Full Array Local Dimming (Direct Full Array 16x) with Ultimate UHD Dimming
Ultra Viewing Angle Technology Yes Yes
Processor Quantum Processor 8K Quantum Processor 4K
HDR Quantum HDR 24X Quantum HDR 16X
HDR Supports HDR10, HLG, HDR10+ HDR10, HLG, HDR10+
Color Technology Quantum Dot Quantum Dot
Moth’s Eye Technology Ultra Black Elite Ultra Black
Depth Enhancing Technology Q Contrast EliteMax N/a
Up-Scaling Engine 8K AI Up scaling 4K AI Up scaling
Motion Technology Motion Rate 240 Motion Rate 240
Native Refresh Rate Panel 120 Hz 120 Hz
Smart TV Platform Tizen 2019 with Bixby 2.0 Voice Assistant Tizen 2019 with Bixby 2.0 Voice Assistant
Processor Quad Core Quad Core
Support Google Assistant Yes Yes
Support Amazon Alexa Yes Yes
Remote TM1950C TM1950C
Speaker Channel 4.2 4.2
Total Sound Output 60 watts 60 watts
HDMI Ports 4 4
HDMI Supports HDMI 2.0 Full Bandwidth, CEC, HDCP 2.2, HDMI 2.1 Full Bandwidth (HDMI 4) HDMI 2.0 Full Bandwidth, CEC, HDCP 2.2
USB 2.0 3 3
USB 3.0 No No
All Inputs are located on One Connect Box Yes Yes

Samsung Q90R vs Q900R Features and Technologies

Panel Technology

Quantum Dot Technology

Ignoring their panel resolution where the Samsung Q900R has 8K (7680 x 4320) resolution while the Q90R has 4K (3840 x 2160) resolution, they come with the same panel technology. They both use VA panel technology with Direct LED Backlight and Full Array Local Dimming (Direct Full Array 16). But unfortunately, there is no explanation in details, how many dimming zones of each of their local dimming. Additionally, still about their dimming system, they both are also powered by software-based dimming technology that can improve their dimming system. Fort this case, the Samsung Q90R is powered by Ultimate UHD Dimming while the Q900R is powered by Ultimate 8K Dimming.   Meanwhile, as parts of Samsung QLED TV, they both use quantum dot technology that can deliver outstanding color gamut and volume. Additionally, they both also come with moth’s eyes technology called Ultra Black that significantly absorb the lights and reduce the glare.

Ultra Viewing Angle

That is new from the Samsung Q0R and Q900R is about their new optical layer technology called “Ultra Viewing Angle).  This is similar to “X-Wide Angle) technology found on some model of Sony TVs. This technology can significantly improve their side viewing angle coverage, so makes their side viewing angle is better than most VA TVs.  But even so, this is still worse than OLED TV or even LED TV with IPS panel. On the other hand, the use of this optical layer causes their native contrast ratio is reduced.

Image processor

As we see on comparison table above, as their image processor, the Samsung Q900R is powered by the Quantum Processor 8K while the Samsung Q90R is powered by the Quantum Processor 4K. Not only can process the image excellently, both of these image processors are also able to provide various AI-related features such as Adaptive Brightness, Adaptive Sound, and Adaptive Volume that can intelligently optimize picture and sound based on the type of content and environment variables like room acoustic, ambient light, and others. Additionally, the algorithm of their up-scaling engine (8K AI Up-scaling for Q900R and 4K Up-scaling for Q90R) has been also generated by AI. Their picture engine also has machine learning. Combination of its machine learning and AI-generated Algorithm allows their up-scaling engine is able to further optimize the up-scaled image produced over time.

HDR Supports

HDR10+

Just like most models of Samsung’s 2018 and 2018 lineup, both Samsung Q90R and Q900R support the same HDR formats. They both support HDR10 format, most popular HDR format by UHD Alliance. Additionally, they both also support HLG format Hybrid Log Gamma, a HDR format developed by NHK and BBC for TV broadcast. They both also support HDR10+, the enhanced HDR10 format that already uses dynamic metadata. But unfortunately, they both don’t support Dolby Vision, the proprietary HDR format by Dolby Laboratories that also use dynamic metadata.

Motion Technology

Both the Samsung Q90R and Q900R also have the same motion technology. They both have native 120 Hz refresh rate panel, allow them to play content with frame rate up to 120 Hz or interpolate the lower frame rate content at up to 120 Hz. Additionally, for maximizing their performance in handling motion, they both are also powered by Motion Rate 240 Hz. The excellent thing offered by them is that they both also already support FreeSync VRR technology that helps to improve their game experience with lower input lags and nearly free screen tearing and stuttering. At 1080p and 1440p resolution, their refresh rate can change between 20 – 120 Hz, while with 4K resolution, their refresh rate can change between 48-60 Hz.

Meanwhile, to dim their backlight, they both use PWM (Pulse Width Modulation) dimming system. But even so, their dimming frequency is depending on the picture mode. Their highest dimming frequency is 960 Hz where it is reached when they both are set in “Movie” mode with “Auto Motion Plus” disabled. With this condition, most people will be hard to notice their backlight flicker. But even so, in most mode like “Standard”, “Game’, and others, their dimming frequency is 120 Hz. Additionally, set the “Auto Motion Plus” to “Custom” or “Auto” also make their dimming frequency is also always 120 Hz. With 120 Hz dimming frequency, this will slightly help make motion crisper, but even so, this will cause some duplication. They both also have an optional 60 Hz BFI (Black Frame Insertion) mode that can help motion looks crisper. By enabling this mode, this will make their dimming frequency is change to 60 Hz and this mode can be enabled by enabling the “LED Clear Motion” in “Game Motion Plus”.  But even so, at the same time, the 60 Hz dimming frequency will caused their backlight may bother some people, particularly for them who sensitive to flicker.

Inputs

Unlike most TVs where all of their inputs/outputs are usually installed on the back, most inputs and outputs of the Samsung Q900R and Q90R are housed on separated box called “One Connect Box”. Meanwhile, as their major connectivity, they both are equipped with 4 HDMI ports. Nevertheless, the HDMI ports of the Q900R have more ability than the Q90R. They both may already support HDMI 2.0 Full bandwidth, HDCP 2.2, CEC, ARC (HDMI 3) and ALLM (Auto Low Latency Mode). Until here, their inputs have the same ability. The advantage of the Q900R is that its HDMI ports already support HDMI 2.1 (HDMI 4) while none of HDMI ports of the Q90R that support HDMI 2.1. But even so, there is a possibility of a software update to make its HDMI port supports HDMI 2.1. Meanwhile, their HDMI ports supports most common resolution and refresh rate. At 60 Hz, they both support 1080p, 1080p @ 4:4:4, 1440p, 4K, 4K @ 4:4:4, and 4K with HDR. Additionally, at 120 Hz, they both also support 1080p, 1080p @ 4:4:4, 1440p, 4K, 4K @ 4:4:4, and 4K with HDR. The advantage of the Q800R is that it is also supports 8K at 30 Hz or 24 Hz.

Samsung One Connect Box

One Connect Box

In addition to HDMI ports, they both also have 3 USB ports. But even so, all of them are USB 2.0 and none of their USB port that support USB 3.0. Additionally, they both are also equipped with 1 Digital Audio Out (optical), 1 RF IN (Tuner IN), 1 Ethernet port, built-in Wi-Fi and Bluetooth. They both don’t have Component In and Composite In.

Smart TV Platform

Tizen 2019 OS

Both the Samsung Q900R and Q90R run the same smart TV platform, which is the 2019 version of Tizen OS or called Smart Hub. Its interface is very intuitive and easy to use. Its performance is much better and more responsive than the previous version. If in previous version have some bugs like the interface are frequently choppy, frame drop, lag in animations, in this version, these issues can be minimized. Meanwhile, in term of apps provided, it has one of the widest selections of preinstalled apps. There are premium VoD Service like Amazon Prime, Netflix, Hulu, and others, Web Browser, Games, Live TVs, and more. Additionally, its apps store called Samsung Apps store also provides the one of the widest collection you can directly download from your Samsung TV. In this version, in addition to SmartThings that allows the TV can interact with loT devices, it also already supports Amazon Alexa and Google Home. But unfortunately, they are not built-in, so to use these apps, you must buy Amazon Alexa devices separately. Just like the previous version, work with Samsung Bixby 2.0, it has excellent voice navigation.

Remote Control

TM1950C

As their major controller, the Samsung Q900R and Q90R are equipped with the same remote, which is 2019 model of Samsung’s smart controller or TM1950C. Physically and functionality, this remote is similar to the previous model, but it has three additional buttons that give you to directly access Amazon Prime, Netflix, and Hulu. It has built-in microphone and has been integrated with Bixby 2.0, allow you to give a lot voice commands to control some TV settings or Smart TV menu, even launch an app. Its voice control actually also supports search within apps. But unfortunately, not all apps supports voice search. Voice search may work in YouTube but it doesn’t work in Netflix. After all, there is no obvious explanation which apps that supports voice search, so you must have your own experience. This remote also has OneRemote feature. This allows this remote can act as universal remote, allow you to control other devices connected on your TV with this remote. The excellent thing that is not only HDMI CEC supported devices that can be controlled by this remote, but also other device that don’t support HDMI CEC.

The differences between the Samsung Q900R and Q90R

Screen Resolution

8K vs 4K Resolution

The major difference between the Samsung Q90R and Q900R is their screen resolution. As we have known, the Q900R comes with 8K (7680 x 4320) resolution while the Q90R comes with 4 (3840 x 2160) resolution. This allows the Q90R can provide four time more details picture than the Q90R. You need to know, with 4K resolution, the picture displayed on the screen of Q90R has around 8 million pixels, while with 8K resolution, the images displayed on the screen of Q900R has approximately 32 million pixels. And of course, this is the major factor that make the Q900R is priced much more expensive than the Q90R.

Image processor

As we have discussed above, as their image processor, the Samsung Q900R is powered by 8K Quantum Processor while the Q0R is powered 4K quantum processor. We don’t know for sure what the difference between this processor, whether it has difference in performance or just difference in language for marketing. But certainly, they both have almost the same abilities like machine learning, able to provide various AI related features, and others. Additionally, the image processor of the Q900R is able to provide 8K AI Up-scaling and process 8K content, while the image processor of the Q90R is not able to process 8K. However, this advantage is only limited to the software or also on their hardware, we don’t know for sure.

HDR Numerical Index

As we see on comparison table above, the Samsung Q900R has Quantum HDR 24X while the Q90R has Quantum HDR 16X. We don’t know for sure, what variables used by Samsung to determine the HDR numerical index of their lineup. But certainly, the higher HDR numerical index of Samsung TV, their HDR performance should be better. And for this case, the HDR numerical index of the Q900R is higher than Q90R.

Depth Enhancing Technology

As their depth enhancing technology, the Q900R is powered by Q Contrast Elite Max, while for the Samsung Q90R, there is no depth enhancing technology listed in its specification in its official website. We don’t know for sure, whether the Q00R doesn’t have this feature or Samsung doesn’t simply list this feature on its official website, considering the predecessor Q9FN also has this feature.

Moth’s eyes Technology

Ultra Black Technology

Both Samsung Q90R and Q900R have a moth’s eyes technology. For this case, the Q900R comes with moth’s eyes technology called Ultra Black Elite while the Q90R is called Ultra Black. Can be ascertained, the level of the Ultra Black Elite is higher than the standard Ultra Black Elite. So, in reducing glare and absorbing the ambient light, with Ultra Black Elite, the Q900R should be able to do a better job than the Q90R. But even so, this difference is not too significant.

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Samsung Q90R

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Samsung Q900R vs Q90R Performance

Contrast Ratio and Black Level

For a TV with VA panel technology, their native contrast ratio is relatively low. The native contrast ratio of the Samsung Q90R is only around 3250:1, while the native contrast ratio of the Q900R is even worse, which is around 1600:1. This is due to the use of “Ultra Viewing Angle” optical layer on their screen. But fortunately, they both have excellent local dimming feature that can improve their contrast ratio significantly, so this actually is not an issue for both. With local dimming is set to “High”, the contrast ratio is boosted to around 7000:1, while the contrast ratio of the Q90R is boosted at around 11000:1. The result, they both can still produce deep black, around 0.014 nits for Q900R and around 0.009 nits for Q90R. So, although they both are set in a dark environment, black produced by them still looks really black. Additionally, black produced by them are also still dark enough to make dark scene looks excellently, even for shadow details of HDR images that require very deep black.

Winner: Q90R

SDR Peak Brightness

With real content, the Samsung Q900R and Q90R both have excellent SDR peak brightness, which is around 830 nits. This is bright enough to fight the glare, even when they are set in a very bright room with a lot of windows or lights. Nevertheless, with window test, they have difference in behavior.  On 2% and 20% window (2% and 10% of the screen is white while the rest is black), the Q900r can hit brighter peak brightness, which is around 1500 nits, while the Q90R hit around 1200 nits. Meanwhile, on larger window (25%, 50%, and 100%), the Q90R can hit brighter peak brightness which is around  1100 nits on 25% window, 800 nits on 50% window, and 500 nits on 100% window. Meanwhile, the Q90R hit around 800 nits on 25% window, 550 nits on 50% window, and 400 nits on 100% window. This means, the Q900R can shows small highlight brighter than the Q90R. On the contrary, the Q90R can show large bright scene brighter than the Q900R. But even so, regardless their difference, their SDR peak brightness is equally excellent, make them are great TVs when used in most bright rooms, even in a very bright room.

Winner: Q900R wins in small highlight, the Q90R wins in large bright scene.

HDR Peak Brightness

With HDR Content, both Samsung Q900R and Q90R can hit brighter peak brightness than when with SDR content and their HDR peak brightness is equally excellent. But even so, for this case, overall, the Samsung Q90R can hit brighter peak brightness than the Q900R. With real content, the Q90R is able to hit around 1300 nits, while the Q900R hit a bit brighter than 1000 nits. But even so, with a window test, their peak brightness depends on the content and they have difference in behavior. On 2% window, the Q900R can hit brighter than the Q90R where it is able to hit brighter than 1500 nits, while the Q90R hits around 1000 nits. On 10% window, the Q90R can get a bit brighter than the Q90R but their difference is not too significant where they both hit around 1400 nits. Meanwhile, on 25%, 50% and 100% window, the Q90R can get brighter than the Q900R where in a row the Q90R hit around 1200 nits, 800 nits, and 500 nits while the Q900 hit around 950 nits, 550 nits, and 400 nits.

With this behavior, can be ascertained, the Q90R can show brighter HDR images than the Q900R. But even so, the Q900R is able to show very small highlight brighter than the Q90R. Regardless their difference, their HDR peak brightness is equally great. In some certain scene, they both can even show HDR images at 1000-4000 nits of brightness range intended by the content creator.

Winner: Q90R

Color Gamut and Color Volume

Samsung Q900R and Q90R both have excellent color gamut and their color gamut is almost similar. But even so, their color gamut is not as good as most model of 2018’s QLED TV like Q7FN, Q8FN, or Q9FN and is closer to the Q6FN. This may be due to the use of “Ultra Viewing Angle” optical layer also reduces their color gamut. Nevertheless, their color gamut is still able to cover approximately 95% of DCI P3 color space. This means, they both is still able to show almost all colors of HDR images that mastered in DCI P3 like HDR10 or HDR10+ fairly well. While their color gamut is almost similar, the Q90R have better color volume than the Q900R. Since it can produce deeper black, the Q90R can produce dark colors better than the Q900R. Additionally, its brighter peak brightness also makes the Q90R can produce better saturated bright colors. But even so, just like most of LED TV, they both cannot produce very bright blues.  Regardless their difference, in general, they both can produce their gamut at their entire brightness range fairly well. The result, HDR images displayed on their screen looks very colorful with vivid colors.

Winner: Q90R

Color Gradient

The Samsung Q90R may have a bit better color gradient than the Q900R, but their difference is not to significant and this may be due to panel variance.  But even so, regardless their difference and even though not as good as the OLED TV or Sony’s premium TV, their color gradient is equally excellent. Overall, color gradient of HDR images displayed on their screen looks very smooth. There may be still some banding in certain colors, particularly in darker grays. But even so, this should be hard to notice in a normal content. But even so, if you feel banding still bother you, you can remove them by setting “Digital Clean View” to “Auto”. But even so, at the same time, this can cause the picture lose some fine details in certain scenes.

Winner: Draw

Side Viewing Angle

The use of “Ultra Viewing Angle” optical layer may cause their native contras ratio and color gamut is reduced. But at the same time, this optical layer technology can improve their side viewing angle coverage significantly, though, still not as good as IPS TV or OLED TV. Just like IPS TV or OLED TV, they both can prevent black level from rising up to 70 degrees off center and front. So, unlike on a traditional VA panel where started at around 15 degrees, black will look tend to grey, on their screen black will look really black. Meanwhile, although not as good as IPS TV or OLED TV, the both are able to maintain colors accuracy and brightness level at wider angle than the standard VA panel. So, as long as you don’t watch TV from an extremely wide angle, the picture displayed on their screen still looks accurate.

Winner: Draw

Motion Handling

Although the pixel response time of the Samsung Q900R is a bit lower than the Q90R, but actually, their pixel response time is equally extremely low. Their pixel response time is even including the best among LED TVs and only beaten by OLED TV. With around 8 ms for the Q900R and 10 ms for the Q90R, when playing fast moving images like fast games or fast sports, their pixel response time is fairly low to make motion looks very smooth. Behind the fast moving object, there is only a very small blur where most people should be hard to notice. But unfortunately, at the same time, the very fast response time can cause the images appear to stutter, particularly when they are playing low frame rate content like 24p movies or others. Nevertheless, if you feel bothered with the image stuttering that caused, you can remove it by enabling their BFI mode or Motion Interpolation.

Just we have mentioned, they both have an optional BFI (Black Frame Insertion) mode. This mode can be enabled by enabling “LED Clear Motion” in “Game Motion Plus”. By enabling this mode, this will help to make motion crisper or remove image stuttering. But at the same time, since this will also cause their backlight flicker change to 60 Hz, this will cause the backlight flicker may bother some people, particularly for thus who sensitive to flicker. But since this is only an optional, you can enable or disable according to your comfort.

Both Samsung Q900R and Q90R can also do a great job when playing 24p movies. Regardless the source of the movie, whether the source is native 24p movies like Blu-Ray or DVD movies, 24p movies via native apps like YouTube, Netflix, Amazon Prime, and others, 24p movies via 60i signal like movies from satellite TV, 24p movies via 60p signals like movies from streaming devices, the both can show all of these sources with judder free.  To remove the judder, you just need to set the “Auto Motion Plus” to “Custom” and set both “Judder Reduction” and “Blur Reduction” to “0”.

Winner: Q900R

Input Lags

The Samsung Q90R and Q900R both have excellent input lags in PC and Game Mode and their input lags are almost similar. With 60 fps content, regardless the resolution, In Game mode, their input lags is around 15 ms. Meanwhile, with 120 fps content, at 1080p and 1440p resolution, their input lags is around 6 ms, while at 4K resolution, their input lag is around 8 ms. In VRR mode, at 1080p and 1440p resolution, their input lags is around 6 ms while at 4 resolution, their input lag is around 14 ms. Can be ascertained, with their excellent input lags, this certainly makes them are very responsive when used for any games. No matter you are playing casual or fast paced games, 4K or 1080p games, HDR games or non HDR games, you will be pleased play game on these TV. Additionally, the excellent is that both of them already support FreeSync VRR technology. This will improve your game experience with nearly-free screen tearing and stuttering, particularly with a compatible game console like X Box One or others. Additionally, they both also already support ALLM (Auto Low Latency Mode) that allows them to automatically change to Game mode once their HDMI port detect a signal from a game console.

Winner: Draw

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Summary

Performance Samsung Q900/Q900R Samsung Q90/Q90R
Movies (3.7/5) (4.3/5)
Sports (4.1/5) (4.3/5)
Video Games (4.4/5) (4.6/5)
TV Shows (4.2/5) (4.3/5)
HDR Experience (4.1/5) (4.3/5)
Smart TV Experience (4.1/5) (4/5)

Conclusion

As we have discussed a lot of above, in general, the Samsung Q90R is superior to the Q900R in almost all variables above. Although not too significant, it is able to produce deep black, is able to hit brighter HDR peak brightness, has better color volume, and others. But keep in mind, the Q900R comes with 8K resolution while the Q90R comes with 4K resolution. So, even though the Q90R is better than in almost all variables, but this doesn’t mean it has better picture quality than the Q900R. On the other hand, the Q900R indeed comes with 8K resolution that offer four times more details picture than 4K TV. But without native 8K content, quality of the picture displayed on their screen certainly is not too optimal. Meanwhile, in the market, there are not many native 8K content available. Even though it has 8K AI Up-scaling that can up-scale the lower resolution content to 8K excellently, but of course, the picture produced is not as good as native 8K content.

But even so, regardless this issue, they both actually are great TVs for any usage. They both have very deep black that makes their dark room performance is equally great, are very suitable when used for watching movies in a dark room.  In a bright room, their peak brightness is also bright enough to fight the glare, even when they are set in a very bright room. Their HDR peak brightness is even bright enough to show HDR images at 1000-4000 nits of the target intended by the content creator. Additionally, combination of excellent color gamut and good color volume also allow them to show most colors of HDR images accurately, regardless it is showing dark picture or bright picture. Even though not as good as OLED TV or IPS TV, they both also have good side viewing angle coverage. So as long as you don’t watch TV from extremely wide angle, the picture displayed on their screen will still look accurate. Not only that, they both also have excellent motion handling. Combination all of them make both Q90R and Q900R are great TVs when used in bright room, whether for watching sports or TV shows. And combination of their excellent input lags and VRR technology make them are great TVs when used for playing games. In general, they are including the best TV that ever.

So, which is a better choice between them? As we have mentioned above, with the same screen sizes, the Samsung Q900R is sold much more expensive than the Q90R. The major factor is that the Q00R has 8K resolution while the Q90R has 4K resolution. Meanwhile, ignoring their screen resolution, their performance is not far different. Now, the decision comes back to you according to your budget and preferences. But in my personal opinion, the Q90R is better choice, considering there are not many native 8K content that available in the market. I think it is too early to buy 8K TV. But even so, if you have an extra budget and want to become a part of the first people in the world who enjoy 8K entertainment, this is the time.

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