Samsung Q80T

4K, QLED, VA, 2020, 65 "
Energy efficiency class
Test reports
Currently out of stock and no delivery date available.

The strength of QLEDs is their brightness performance. With a brightness of 1,500 Nit, the TV can achieve high contrast values even in daylight...

Key specifications

Dynamic range
HDR, HDR10, HDR10+
Full Array LED
Operating system
Tizen OS
VESA wall mount
400 x 300 mm
Wireless transmission
Bluetooth, Wi-Fi
Item number

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Overall ratingVery good92/100
Very good93/100Rank 1 out of 3
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videoDie Besten 65-Zoll-TVs unter 2000 EuroReleaseDecember 2020
  • Positivelots of smart TV and interactive additional services
  • PositiveLocal Dimming
  • Positiverich QLED colours
  • Negativestrongly reflective (matt)

Three candidates, three winners: This may seem a bit too much of a good thing for the interested reader, but it is definitely justified. Samsung once again takes the cake in the LCD TV segment, but this time not for its superior picture quality, but rather for its well thought-out overall concept, which includes lots of smart TV, IoT and media services for a whopping 600 euros...

Very good90/100
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AudiovisionSingle testReleaseApril 2021
  • PositiveNatural, balanced image
  • Positivehigh operating comfort
  • PositiveHD+, AirPlay, Disney+, Apple TV, Ambient Mode
  • Positivesovereign sound
  • NegativeDisplay with brightening on black background
  • NegativeNo Dolby Vision, no Dolby Atmos

The GQ65Q80T is a very well-equipped mid-range QLED with a balanced picture, great sharpness, beautiful colours and superior sound. However, the difference to Samsung's top TVs becomes clear in the black reproduction and the homogeneity of the panel illumination. In terms of price, the 65-inch TV is an attractive model.