Samsung has expanded its line of QLED TVs, offering Ukrainian consumers the Q80C model with a 98-inch screen (3840×2160 dots UHD 4K).
In addition to its impressive screen size, the Q80C features a Neural Quantum 4K processor that uses AI Upscaling technology to improve picture quality on the ultra-large screen. Quantum HDR+ technology enhances image detail, contrast and brightness.
The TV has also been PANTONE certified for color accuracy and EyeComfort Mode, which allows the screen to automatically adjust to ambient light, reducing the amount of blue light to reduce eye strain in the evening.
The Q80C has a design with thin bezels around the display and the ability to mount the TV on a stand. Despite the slim SuperSlim design, Samsung notes that the model supports high-quality sound with Dolby Atmos technology and spatial cinematic 3D sound thanks to the OTS (Object Tracking Sound) Lite function. As is traditional for Samsung’s flagship TVs, the model also features Q-Symphony, which synchronizes the built-in speakers with the soundbar.
Samsung notes that through the Philips Hue Sync Partner Program, the Q80C allows you to synchronize supported outdoor lighting with the image on your TV while watching videos or playing games.
The Q80C TV will be available for order in Ukraine from August 16, 2023, with a suggested retail price of 269,999 UAH.