High contrast, efficient motion handling, and capable processor and OS are the highlights of the QN75Q60RAFXZA model. The latter belongs to the Q60R series offering a wide choice of displays (from 43 to 82 inches) and featuring Quantum Dots, Game Enhancer, voice control, One remote, and other technologies. Still, while HD content looks very lively and natural, the UHD/HDR performance doesn’t compare to the more expensive QLED series in brightness and color accuracy.
The screen is based on the VA matrix and features several technologies to provide a wide color range and deep contrasts. It’s equipped with the Quantum Dot film making the colors lively and highlighting the peaks. Blacks look deep and inky in the SDR format. Whites preserve their uniformity and have good brightness. Skin colors look natural and transition smoothly, with precise picturing of each detail.
Overall, the level of detail is quite high in the Samsung QN75Q60RAFXZA. The integrated Quantum processor does a good job at upscaling, mapping the HD/SDR content accurately on a 4K screen. The picture is dense and vibrant, without frames or other unwanted effects. Meanwhile, the Edge LED lighting doesn’t provide much brightness making the HDR look somewhat dull. While the overall image has good contrast, the peaks don’t shine. Still, the TV provides an accurate and detailed picture and can display various HDR content due to several formats supported (including HLG and HDR10 ).
The must-mention thing in the QN75Q60RAFXZA review is the excellent gaming console compatibility. The input lag is low, and the response is fast and smooth. In the Dynamic picture option, the colors might be a bit less saturated than in other modes; yet, the motion handling is very accurate keeping the contrasts sharp. The TV has the Auto Gaming tech built-in letting it recognize a gaming console, once it’s plugged in. The incorporated FreeSync variable rate also helps a lot in the dynamic games adjusting the picture precisely.
Another highlight of the Samsung QN75Q60RAFXZA review is Samsung branded Tizen OS that does a good job both in terms of control and streaming. The menu has a user-friendly layout and fast, responsive navigation. The Home Content section ranges the streaming apps and available content feeds (e.g. from the antenna) displayed. The most popular services like Netflix, Amazon Prime, HBO Now are complemented with some additional apps (like BBC iPlayer).
Connectivity of QN75Q60RAFXZA Samsung TV is quite diverse including four HDMI 2.0 ports (one with ARC tech), two USB for power and media playback, VGA input, optical output, and Ethernet connection. Wireless includes two-band Wi-Fi and a capable Bluetooth managing both audio streaming and smartphone control.