Like LG's webOS and Google TV on Sony TVs, Samsung TVs have an excellent selection of applications and the vast majority of streaming services are available. What's new this year are the updated versions of the award-winning Samsung QN900A and Samsung QN90A QLED TVs and some additional models from last year, such as The Premiere projector, The Terrace outdoor TV and The Serif. Unlike the Samsung AU8000, this is a good TV overall, with excellent maximum brightness in SDR and decent reflection management, so it works well in a bright living room. Although Samsung isn't known for its budget models, this TV offers decent overall performance at a low cost.
However, other companies have caught up with Samsung and offer similar overall performance, such as Roku TV or LG's WebOS, so Samsung's best smart TV isn't much better than other brands' smart TVs. Alternatively, if you want bright colors and ink-rich blacks, the S95B represents a welcome return for Samsung to the OLED television space, which is a market that its rival across the country, LG, has dominated in recent years. Samsung wants to encourage its users to discover and use the ambient settings of their television, especially to display images. Unfortunately, this wider viewing angle comes at the expense of contrast, so it doesn't look as good as the Samsung QN90B QLED or the Samsung S95B OLED in a dark room.
It will be the cheapest way to get a Samsung 8K TV, but some would say that the benefits of 8K at that size might not be enough to justify the price difference. From a sound point of view, Samsung continues with its Object Tracking Sound technology and adds a new version called Object Tracking Pro, which is based on previous versions of OTS by adding high-power speakers that help the TV's audio move better in conjunction with the screen image. However, if you're looking for one of the best Samsung TVs right now, none shines brighter than the Samsung QN95A Neo QLED 4K TV. The main selection was replaced by the Samsung S95B OLED and the Samsung QN90B QLED was moved to the “Best Mid-High Range” category.
The South Korean brand has introduced new 4K and 8K QLEDs and its first OLED television in almost a decade that uses Samsung Display's QLED-OLED technology. Whether you're looking for the best Samsung smart TV or the best TV overall, you'll find great picture quality.