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Samsung QN85A vs Q80A Review (QN65QN85A vs QN65Q80A, QN55QN85A vs QN55Q80A, QN75QN85A vs QN75Q80A, QN85QN85A vs QN85Q80A)

by on May 27, 2021
 


Samsung QN85A vs Q80A ReviewSamsung QN85A is part of the Samsung’s 2021 Neo QLED TV while the Samsung Q80A is part of the Samsung’s 2021 QLED TV lineup. You need to know, in 2021, Samsung has released two versions of QLED TV, which are Neo QLED TV and regular QLED TV. The most difference between them is about the light source of their backlight. If regular QLED TV uses standard LED (Light Emitting Diode) as the slight source of their backlight, the neo QLED use mini LED that has 1/40th the thickness of regular LED as the light source of their backlight. Expected, with mini LED, the neo QLED TV lineup can deliver much brighter brightness than standard QLED TV or other TVs.

Come back to the topic, unlike in previous years where all models of QLED TV use VA panel, in 2021, parts of them including the QN85A and QN80A uses ADS panel technology. We will not discuss it in details, but in general, ADS panel has similar characteristic than IPS panel. This means, the TVs with ADS panel have low native contrast ratio but on the other hand, they have good side viewing angle coverage. Meanwhile, supported by the latest advanced technologies of Samsung such as full array local dimming, “Ultra Viewing Angle” anti glare layer, neo Quantum 4K processor, etc, both of them offer great performance in almost all aspects of picture quality and features.

In the market, both of them come in some variants of screen sizes, allowing you have an option to fit to the area of your room. From the smallest, there are 50 inches (QN55Q80A), 55 inches (QN55QN85A vs QN55Q80A), 65 inches (QN65QN85A vs QN65Q80A), 75 inches (QN75QN85A vs QN75Q80A), and the largest is 85 inches (QN85QN85Avs QN85Q80A). Meanwhile, with the same screen sizes, as the step-up model of the QN80A, the QN85A is sold hundreds dollar more expensive. But it is also depending on the screen size. So, what are the differences between them?

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Samsung QN85A Samsung QN80AA
50 inches QN50Q80A on Amazon
55 inches QN55QN85A on Amazon QN55Q80A on Amazon
65 inches QN65QN85A on Amazon QN65Q80A on Amazon
75 inches QN75QN85A on Amazon QN75Q80A on Amazon
85 inches QN85QN85A on Amazon QN85Q80A on Amazon

Samsung QN85A vs Q80A Side by Side Comparison

Samsung QN85A vs Q80A Key Specification

Technology and Features Samsung QN85A Samsung Q80A
Screen Size Available 55” (QN55QN85AAFXZA), 65” (QN65QN85AAFXZA),75” (QN75QN85AAFXZA), 85” (QN85QN85AAFXZA) 50” (QN50Q80AAFXZA), 55” (QN55Q80AAFXZA), 65” (QN65Q80AAFXZA), 75” (QN75Q80AAFXZA), 85” (QN85Q80AAFXZA)
Resolution 4K (3840 x 2160) 4K (3840 x 2160)
Panel Technology ADS Panel (85 Inch model : VA Panel) ADS Panel
Backlight Technology Direct LED Direct LED
Local Dimming Technology Full Array Local Dimming (Quantum Matrix Technology) Direct Full Array (Direct Full Array 8x)
Micro Dimming Technology Supreme UHD Dimming Supreme UHD Dimming
Ultra Viewing Angle Yes Yes
Processor Neo Quantum Processor 4K Quantum Processor 4K
HDR Supports HDR10, HLG, HDR10+ (Certified) HDR10, HLG, HDR10+ (Certified)
Color Technology Quantum Dot Quantum Dot
Up-Scaling Engine 4K AI Up-Scaling 4K AI Up-Scaling
Motion Technology Motion Xcelerator Turbo+ Motion Xcelerator Turbo+
HDR Numerical Index Quantum HDR 24x Quantum HDR 12X
Native Refresh Rate Panel 120 Hz 120 Hz
Variable Refresh Rate Yes (FreeSync, GSync, HDMI Forum), Yes (FreeSync Premium Pro, GSync, HDMI Forum),
Smart TV Platform Tizen 2021 Tizen 2021
Processor Quad Core Quad Core
Samsung’s Bixby Yes Yes
Support Google Assistant Yes Yes
Support Amazon Alexa Yes Yes
Remote TM2180E TM2180E
Speaker Channel 2.2.2 2.2.2
Total Sound Output 60 Watts 60 Watts
HDMI Ports 4 4
HDMI Supports HDMI 2.0 Full Bandwidth, HDMI 2.1, CEC, HDCP 2.2 HDMI 2.0 Full Bandwidth, HDMI 2.1, CEC, HDCP 2.2
USB 2.0 2 2
USB 3.0 No No
Wi-Fi Wi-Fi 5 Wi-Fi 5
Bluetooth BT 4.2 BT 4.2
Cloud Service Office 365 Office 365

Contrast Ratio

As we have known, since they use ADS panel that has similar characteristic to IPS panel, both of the Samsung QN85A and Q80A have low contrast ratio, which is around 1500:1. Of course, it is not deep enough to produce deep black. Meanwhile, although they both have local dimming features, but their local dimming cannot do a lot in improving their contrast ratio, and their contrast ratio varies depending on the picture setting, especially for the QN85A. With local dimming enable, the contrast ratio of the Q80A is not a lot improved, which is around 1550:1 and this applies to all picture mode.  With real content, their contrast ratio may be a bit improved, but black still look gray in a dark room.

Contrast Black Level

On the other hand, as we have mentioned, with local dimming enabled, contrast ratio of the QN85A varies depending on the picture mode. In Movies mode, its contrast ratio is significantly worse than other picture mode, which is around 2000:1. Of course, it is not deep enough to make black looks really black when you use it for watching movies in a dark room, just like the Q80A. Black even look tend to gray than really black. Fortunately, in other picture mode, contrast ratio of the QN85A is improved significantly such as around 9250:1 in Dynamic mode, around 9500:1 in PC mode, and around 20000:1 in Game mode. Except in movies mode, their contrast ratio is actually strong enough to make black looks really black in a dark room. However, to give a cinema feel, the best condition in watching movies is in a dark room.

Winner: QN85A

Local Dimming

As we see on comparison table above, both of the Samsung QN85A and Q80A have full array local dimming. But their local dimming can do a lot in improving their contrast ratio, especially for the Q80A or QN85A in movies mode. Their local dimming crushes black, causing a loss in details from bright object.  On the other hand in minimizing blooming, their performance is also not so good. When they are showing a bright object in a dark scene, there is visible blooming around bright object and blooming is more pronounced on the screen of the Q80A than QN85A. And the more you move off center, the blooming will be worse. So, when you watch movies with subtitles, you may see blooming around subtitle. However, it is actually typical for an IPS TV where all models of IPS TV usually have not so good local dimming performance.

Winner: QN85A

SDR Brightness

The use of mini LED as their backlight makes the Samsung QN85A can get much brighter than the Q80A that use regular LED as their backlight. On real scene, the QN85A can show small highlight at around 1150 nits while the Q80A gets around 650 nits. On white windows test, the QN85A also can get much brighter. Except 2% and 100% white window where it gets around 950 nits and 600 nits, it can get brighter than 1100 nits, which is fantastic.  On the other hand, the Q80A get its brightest peak brightness on 10% white window where it gets brighter than 800 nits. Meanwhile, 2% white window where most TVs usually get their brightest peak brightness, the Q80A only gets around 600 nits. On 25%, 50%, and 100%, it gets around 775 nits, 580 nits, and 520 nits. Overall, brightness of the Q80A may be not as bright as the QN85A, but it is still bright enough to fight the glare in most bright rooms. Combined with its excellent reflections handling, picture displayed on its screen will look obvious in a bright room. Meanwhile, SDR peak brightness of the QN85A is really fantastic. Of course, it is more than enough and easily to fight the glare, even in very bright room.

Winner: QN85A

HDR Peak brightness

With HDR content, the Samsung QN85A and Q80A can get brighter than the Q80A. On real content, the QN85A can get brighter than 1200 nits while the Q80A gets around 850 nits. Just like their SDR brightness, the Q80A get its brightest peak brightness on 10% white windows where it gets around 950 nits. On 2% white windows, it gets a bit dimmer, which is around 700 nits, while on 25%, 50% and 100% white window, it gets around 825 nits, 600 nits, and 560 nits. The QN80A even can get much brighter. It gets brightest peak brightness at around 1250 nits, while on 2% and 10% white windows, it get a bit dimmer, which is around 1160 nits and 1180 nits. Meanwhile on 50% white window, it gets around 1140 nits. On 100% white window or through the screen is bright, its brightness is dropped significantly by its ABL down to around 670 nits.  HDR peak brightness of the QN85 is great. It can bring out small highlight in HDR, even in certain scene it can show HDR images brighter than 1000 nits like the intended, which means it is great. On the other hand, although not as bright as QN85A and still less than 1000 nits, in most bright room, small highlight still pop on the screen Q80A.

Winner: Draw

Color Gamut and Volume

Quantum Dot Technology

Both of the Samsung QN85A and Q80A has wide color gamut, which means good for HDR content. In DCI P3 uv and xy, the Q80A can cover around 87% and 92% of color space. Color gamut delivered by the QN85A is even wider where it can cover around 91% of DCI P3 xy and around 95% DCI P3 uv. However, ignoring the superiority of the QN85A to Q80A, their color gamut is great for HDR content that mastered in DCI P3 color space like HDR10 or HDR10+. In Rec.2020, although not great, their color gamut is still acceptable. In Rec.2020 uv and xy, the Q80A cover around 63% and 71 % of color space while the QN85A cover around 67% and 74% of color space. Luckily, they both don’t support HDR content that mastered in Rec.2020 like Dolby Vision, so this should not be a problem. Meanwhile, the QN85A also has better color volume than the Q80A. This is due to it has better wide color gamut and brighter peak brightness. But even so, since they both have low native contrast ratio, they both cannot produce deep dark shades of colors. On the other hand, they can produce bright saturated color fairly well. But even so, except dark colors, they both can produce their wide color gamut at their entire brightness range. Overall, combination of their wide color gamut and color volume allows them can reproduce color of HDR images fairly well. But even so, since the QN85A has wider color gamut and better color volume, in certain colors, the QN85A can show better than the Q80A.

Winner: QN85A

Color Gradient

Both of the Samsung Q80A and QN85A has excellent color gradient. Since they have native 10 bit panel, they can produce around 1 million shades of colors. The result, color gradient of HDR images displayed on their screen looks very smooth. There may be a bit of banding in certain colors, especially in dark grays and greens. However, most people should not notice it. But even so, if you feel banding still bother you, they both have a feature called “Noise Reduction” for minimizing banding. Set it to auto can do a job in removing banding. But on the other, this can cause some loss of fine details. Overall, color gradient of the Q80A is a bit better than the Q85A, but there difference may be not noticeable.

Winner: Q80A

Black and Gray Uniformity

Black uniformity of the Samsung QN80A and Q80A are not so good. In a dark scene with white cross at the center, without local dimming, the screen of the Q80A looks blue. Along the edges of the screen, there is backlight bleed. Meanwhile with local dimming enable, around edges of the screen looks darker, but around the white center cross, entire horizontal zones are lit-up. So, this makes its screen looks less uniform. Meanwhile, on the screen of the QN85A, black uniformity looks better. Not much different to Q80A, without local dimming, in the corners and edges of the screen, there are a lot of glows and entire screen looks tend to blue. But with local dimming enabled, blooming is still available around bright object only but not entire horizontal zones of white center cross like on the screen of Q80A. So, except around the center cross, black looks uniform at entire screen.

That is not only black uniformity, the Samsung QN85A also has better gray uniformity than the Q80A. On screen of the Q80A, the edges look darker and there is dirty screen effect in the center of the screen.  Fortunately, uniformity looks much better in near dark scene. On the other hand, on the screen of the QN85A, the edges and corner of the screen also look a bit darker but not as dark as Q80A. Additionally, there is also dirty screen effect on its screen, but not as noticeable as on the screen of the Q80A.

Winner: QN85A

Side Viewing Angle

Ads Panel

As we have mentioned above, both of the Samsung Q80A and QN85A use ADS panel, which is family of IPS panel.  The use of Ads panel may make them has low native contrast ratio. As we have known, a TVs with IPS panel usually have good die viewing angle including them.  Just like TVs with IPS panel, they both can maintain black level up to 70 degrees off center and front, so between center and 70 degrees off center, black of images displayed on their screen will looks consistent. Additionally, although not as wide as their black, brightness also can be maintained from decrease up to around 40 degrees. And finally, on their screen, color will start to look washed-out at around 40 degrees and shift at around 60 degrees. This means, as long as you don’t watch TV from extremely side angle, the picture displayed on their screen will look consistent accurate. This is good for you who will place it at a wide room with wide seating arrangement.

Winner: Draw

Motion handling

Both of the Samsung QN85A and Q80A have excellent pixel response time. Their response time is around 11 ms, low enough to make motion look clear. There is only minimal faint trail following fast moving images where this should not be noticeable for most people. In a dark scene transition, motion blur may be more noticeable, but overall, motion looks great on their screen. Meanwhile, their low pixel response time may make motion looks smooth but on the other hand, this cause low frame rate content appear to stutter. This is caused each frame is held on for longer. But even so, it can be solved by enabling motion interpolation or BFI mode.

Motion xceleator turbo

Just like most LED TVs with local dimming, to dim their backlight, they use PWM (Pulse Width Dimming) system. The highest of their dimming frequency is 960 Hz where when they are set in movies mode. Meanwhile, when the “Picture Clarity” is enabled or their picture mode is set to “Natural”, “Standard”, and “Dynamic” mode, their dimming frequency will drop to 120 Hz. There is a bit difference between them where when they are set in a Game Mode, the Q80A flickers at 120 Hz while the QN85A still flickers at 960 Hz. Special for the QN85A, this is not usual and this may be a bug in its software. As we have see on comparison table above, they both also have BFI mode called “Motion Xceleator Turbo++”. To enable this feature, you just need to enable “LED Clear Motion” and enabling this feature will make their dimming frequency drops to around 60 Hz and this can help to improve their motion appearance, especially when they are playing 60 fps content.  That is not only that, they both can also do a great job in handling 24p judder, no matter the source is native 24p movies, 24p movies via 60i or 60p signal, or native apps.

And as we see on comparison table above, they both have native 120 Hz refresh rate panel. This allows them support native 120 fps content or can interpolate low frame rate content to 60 Hz or 120 Hz. In addition native 120 Hz, they both also support VRR (Variable Refresh Rate). Whether the source is 1080p, 1440p, or 4K resolution, their refresh rate can range between 20 Hz to 120 Hz. Additionally, their VRR technology also supports some gaming features likes FreeSync or GSync. As we have known, VRR technology can improve their gaming experience, allowing you to play game with screen tearing free.

Winner: Draw

Inputs

The Samsung QN85A and Q80A have 4 HDMI ports as their major connectivity. Just like middle to high end model, their HDMI ports support most of formats like HDMI 2.0 Full bandwidth, HDCP 2.2, CEC, ALLM. But even so, there is only one port that supports HDMI 2.1 (HDMI 4). But its HDMI 2.1 is not full bandwidth and they only have 40 Gbps of bandwidth instead of 48 Gbps required for full bandwidth. Although they don’t support full bandwidth, but at least its HDMI port can play the content that have bandwidth beyond HDMI 2.0 like 4K@120 Hz. Additionally, there is also one port that support ARC and eARC (HDMI 3).This allows them are able to pass high quality audio format via HDMI connection.  Additionally, their HDMI ports also support most of HDR formats including HLG, HDR10, and HDR10+. But they don’t support Dolby Vision.  That is not only that, they also support most of resolutions including 1080p@60Hz, 1080p @120Hz, 1440p@60Hz, 1440p@120Hz, 4K@60Hz, 4K@120 Hz, etc.

Meanwhile, to improve their gaming experience, in addition they support VRR and ALLM (Auto Low Latency Mode), their HDMI ports also supports most advanced features of newer game consoles like PS5 and X Box X Series. With X Box X Series, they work with all resolution, even when using VRR. But a bit unfortunately, with PS5, it cannot work at 1440p or using VRR.

In addition 4 HDMO ports as their major connectivity, they also have 2 USB ports. All of them are USB 2.0. Although they don’t have USB 3.0, but its bandwidth is enough to play any content via USB drive playback. You need to know, they supports USB drive playback, allowing you to play movies or other content from your USB storage.  There are also 1 RF In, 1 Digital Audio Out (optical), and 1 Ethernet port. To connect to other device or internet wirelessly, they both also have bult-in Bluetooth and Wi-Fi.

And talking about their input lags in game mode, they both have excellent input lags. With 60 fps content, their input lags are around 10 ms in at all resolution including 180p, 14440p, 4K, or even 4K with HDR. Additionally, with 120 fps content, their input lags are even lower, which is around 6 ms at all resolution. Combined to their advanced gaming features offered, this certainly makes them as great TVs for gaming.

Winner: Draw

Smart Features

Samsung Tizen OS

Samsung QN85A and Samsung Q80A run Tizen 2021 as their smart TV platform. It runs smoothly and it is also easy to use.  In this version, it even runs smoother and quicker than previous model. And as we have known, the Tizen OS have excellent selection of apps, where that have installed by default or that provided by its apps store called “Samsung App Store”. There are most of streaming apps like YouTube, Netflix, Amazon Videos, etc. Additionally, there are also a lot of games, Web Browser, Live TV, etc.  Just like the previous version, this platform also already have built-in voice navigation platform. IN addition its own platform called “Samsung Bixby”, it also already have built-in Alexa and Google Assistant. Overall, Tizen OS is one of the best smart TV platforms.

And as their controller, they both are equipped with Samsung Smart Controller. Their remote is similar to the one found on high-end QLED TV in last year such as QN900T. It has only a few buttons. But even so, it has shortcuts buttons to Amazon Prime, Netflix, and Samsung TV Plus. Additionally, there is also voice command button to enable Samsung’s Bixby. This remote also has built-in microphone for voice navigation where its voice command have many features. This remote can also act as universal remote, allowing you to control other device with this remote, even if they don’t support HDMI CEC. Unlike most remote, it doesn’t use disposable battery. It uses dual power. In addition rechargeable battery that can be charged through USB C, it also has solar cell.

Winner: Draw

Audio Performance

The Samsung QN80A and Q80A are equipped with 2.2.2 channel speaker system with total sound output of 60 watts. Their sound system is actually enough to regular used without adding soundbar separately. At max volume, they both can get fairly loud, which is around 90 dB SPL, loud enough to fill wide room or crowded room. While they both can get fairly loud, the sound of the Q80A has better frequency response than the QN85A. They both may have well-balanced profile, which means good for dialogue. Their mid-range sounds good.  There may be some pumping at higher level volume, but this should not be noticeable for most people. Meanwhile, the advantage of the Q80A is that it has lower low-frequency extension, allowing it can produce more punch bass than the QN85A. Additionally, the sound of the Q80A also has better distortion performance than the QN85A, particularly in mid-level and higher volume.

Winner: Q80A

Highlighted Feature

Game Bar

Samsung Game BAr

In 2021, the middle to high end model of Samsung’s TV including Q80A and QN85 have a new feature called “Game Bar”. To open this feature, you just need hold Play/Pause button on the remote. It allows you to see useful information of games you are playing like current frame rate, VRR status, etc. Additionally, this feature also allows you to play game not in just 16:9 screen ratio, but also in 22:9 or 32:9 of screen ratio. This allows you to play ultra wide games that supported by newest model of games consoles.

Object Tracking Sound

Object tracking sound

Object tracking sound is a new surround technology that developed by Samsung. This technology is designed in order to the movement of the sound change can match to the movement of the object on the screen. As example, if the screen of the TVs shows content in which there is a scene with a car that moves from the left to right, so the viewers will first hear the sound on the left and as the car moves across the screen the sound will moves in accordance with the movement of the car. This will give more real-feel when you watch action movies.

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Samsung QN85A Samsung QN80AA
50 inches QN50Q80A on Amazon
55 inches QN55QN85A on Amazon QN55Q80A on Amazon
65 inches QN65QN85A on Amazon QN65Q80A on Amazon
75 inches QN75QN85A on Amazon QN75Q80A on Amazon
85 inches QN85QN85A on Amazon QN85Q80A on Amazon

Samsung QN85A vs Q80A Performance

For Watching Movies

When used for watching movies in a dark room, their performance is not so good. This is caused when they are set in “Movie Mode”, their contrast ratio is too low. So, they cannot produce deep dark, making black looks tend to gray in a dark room. Additionally, their local dimming is also not so good in improving black. Their black level is also poor, so dark scene look less uniform on their screen. Overall, with their limited performance in contrast ratio, local dimming, and black uniformity, they are not suitable when used in a dark room. But even so, except in a dark room, their performance is much better. They both have good picture quality. Combination of their good brightness, wide color gamut, smooth color gradient, wide viewing angle, excellent motion handling, making the picture displayed on their screen looks excellent, even for fast moving movies. Additionally, they both can also do a great job in handling 24p judder, allowing you to watch 24p movies with judder-free, regardless the source. And the OTC (Object Tracking Sound) gives a real life feel sound quality when watching movies. Meanwhile, although they are equally not so good for watching movies in a dark room, the QN85A is better than the Q80A due it has better local dimming, black uniformity, and can produce a bit deeper black.

Winner: QN85A

For Watching Sports

When using for watching sports, the Samsung QN85A is also better than the Q80A. Their performance in handling motion may be equally good, allowing them can show fast sports smoothly and clearly with minimal blur. They both also have wide viewing angle, ensuring all of you get the best viewing when watching a big game with a group of friend or family. Meanwhile, the QN85A is better than Q80A caused it has brighter SDR peak brightness, better reflection handling, makes sports look more obvious on its screen then Q80A when you watch movies in a bright room with direct light. Additionally, the QN90A also has better gray uniformity, so when they are showing sports like hockey or football, a filed looks more uniform on its screen than on the screen of the Q80A. Meanwhile, although not as good as the QN85A, performance of the Samsung Q80A when used for watching sports is also good.

Winner: QN85A

Video Games

The Samsung QN85A and Q80A may have excellent input lags, making them very responsive for any games, even fast paced games which require fast reflexes. Additionally, they both also support VRR technology that can improve their game experience, allowing you to play games with screen-tearing effect. That is not only that, they also have some features that can further improve your experience in playing games like ALLM (Auto Low Latency Mode), Game Bar, supports some Advanced features of newest games console, etc.  They both also have good motion handling, allowing you to play fast games with smooth picture quality. Their good side viewing angle is also good for you who play local multiplayer games. Meanwhile, since QN85A has better performance in some aspect of picture quality like better reflection handling, better local dimming performance, etc, overall, it is better than the Q80A, especially about picture quality of games.

Winner: QN85A

HDR Performance

As we have known, the most important as aspects which determines whether the HDR performance of a TV is good or bad are contrast ratio, HDR peak brightness, color gamut, and color gradient. And as we have discussed above, in all of these aspects, the Samsung QN85 is better than Q80A. They both may have low contrast ratio that makes them cannot produce deep dark. This makes them struggles to show the way they should in HDR. But even so, this is the only aspect of HDR that has bad performance. Except their contrast ratio, they both have good performance in other aspects of HDR. The Samsung has great HDR peak brightness, allowing it can bring out highlight in HDR. In certain scene, it even can show HDR images brighter than 1000 nits, which means great. On the other hand, although not as bright as QN85A, SDR peak brightness is also bright enough to make highlight pop.  Additionally, the QN85A also has wider color gamut than the Q80A. But even so, the Q80A also has wide color gamut, wide enough to show HDR images colorfully. They both also have good color gradient, allowing them can show HDR images with smooth color gradient. Overall, except when showing shadow details, their HDR performance is great. But as we have discussed above, as a step-up model, performance of the QN85A is still better than the Q80A.

Winner: QN85A

Conclusion

As we have discussed above, although they are equally parts of Samsung’s 2021 8 series, but the QN85A has better performance than the Q80A.  This proves that Neo QLED is better Regular QLED TVs. Almost in all aspects which influence to their picture quality, the QN85A is better. It has better local dimming performance, better black uniformity, brighter peak brightness in SDR and HDR, wider color gamut and better color volume, better reflection handling, etc. But even so, outside the aspects which influence to picture quality likes input lags, smart features, new features, BFI, etc, performance is Q80A is not much different to the Samsung QN85A, even is better like their sound performance. So, which is a better choice between them? If picture quality is your main consideration in buying TV, the QN85A is certainly better. But even so, the Samsung Q80A is sold much cheaper and its picture quality can also be said well for its class.  So, the decision certainly comes back to you according to your budgets and performance. But overall, they are good TVs for mixed usage for each of their class.

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Samsung QN85A Samsung QN80AA
50 inches QN50Q80A on Amazon
55 inches QN55QN85A on Amazon QN55Q80A on Amazon
65 inches QN65QN85A on Amazon QN65Q80A on Amazon
75 inches QN75QN85A on Amazon QN75Q80A on Amazon
85 inches QN85QN85A on Amazon QN85Q80A on Amazon

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