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The Samsung QN90B Neo QLED 4K Smart TV provides you a good watching experience, check the details

Thanks to a Mini-LED backlight and the innovative Shape Adaptive Light Control System from the manufacturer, the Samsung QN90B Neo QLED 4K TV provides adequate HDR brightness as well as deep, detailed blacks. The QN90B Neo series, Samsung’s second-tier 4K option, is located between the company’s flagship QN95B and QN85B models.

All four HDMI connections can support high frame rates of up to 4K/144Hz, as well as modern features like Quick Switching, Freesync Premium Pro, and HDMI eARC (Enhanced Audio Return Channel). The set includes an integrated ATSC 3.0 digital TV tuner for consumers who want to access free over-the-air programming.

The LCD screen of the QN90B series has a quantum dot layer to improve color. The Rec. 709 (HDTV) color gamut is covered by 99.9% of our measurements in Dynamic mode and 92% in Filmmaker mode. In Filmmaker mode, DCI-P3 coverage was 91.5%, which is a tad lacking.

The QN90B series uses Samsung’s 4K Neo Quantum CPU as its main component. It also supports the high dynamic range formats HDR10, HLG, and HDR10+ in addition to HGiG. (HDR Gaming Interest Group). It costs ₹169990.00 but can be bought on an installment basis at ₹9054.48/mo for 18 months.

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