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Samsung Q9 series

The two titans of TVs face off once again, with Samsung's contender powered by improved quantum dot technology and aided by hosts of new features.

Samsung UN78JS9500F

Despite being an excellent example of LCD TV state of the art, Samsung's high-end JS9500 loses the picture quality battle against OLED TVs.

Samsung UN88JS9500F

Despite being an excellent example of LCD TV state of the art, Samsung's high-end JS9500 loses the picture quality battle against OLED TVs.

Samsung UN65JS9500

Despite being an excellent example of LCD TV state of the art, Samsung's high-end JS9500 loses the picture quality battle against OLED TVs.

Samsung UN48JS8500

The Samsung UNJS8500 SUHD TV has a very good picture for an edge-lit LED LCD, but not good enough to justify the price.

Samsung UN55JS8500

The Samsung UNJS8500 SUHD TV has a very good picture for an edge-lit LED LCD, but not good enough to justify the price.

Samsung UN65JS8500

The Samsung UNJS8500 SUHD TV has a very good picture for an edge-lit LED LCD, but not good enough to justify the price.

Samsung UN65JS9000

Samsung's lineup of high-end SUHD TVs includes the JS9000 series, which comes packed with futuristic features including a curved screen and quantum-dot nanocrystals.

Samsung 105-inch bendable TV

On the heels of its 85-inch bendable TV from last year, Samsung has added 20 more inches to the show-stopping flexible television, which can go from curved to flat at the touch of a button.

Samsung UN105S9W

​Samsung has announced its ginormous 105-inch UN105S9W television is now available for pre-order for $120,000.

Samsung UN65HU9000

The Samsung HU9000 has straight-up great picture quality, design and features, but the gratuitous curved screen adds very little to the viewing experience and way too much to the price.

Samsung UE55H8000

Supremely stylish and bursting with features, the UE55H8000 produces excellent pictures, but it's very pricey for a Full HD model.

Samsung UE46F6500

The UE46F6500 is a great TV thanks to its stylish design, strong picture quality and excellent smart TV system. If you don't need the Freesat tuner though, you can save yourself some cash and get the F6400, which offers similar features and picture performance for less money.

Samsung UE40F6800

The UE40F6800 represents a good compromise between price, feature count and picture quality, so it's a great buy for people who were considering a stylish, high-end TV like Samsung's F7000, but baulked at its high price.

Samsung PS60F5500

The PS60F5500 lacks an effective anti-reflection filter so it's not a sensible choice for those who mostly watch TV during daylight hours in bright rooms. For dark room viewing, however, it puts in a much better showing thanks to its combination of big screen size, great smart TV system, relatively low price and decent picture quality.

Samsung UE55F7000

Samsung's 55-inch UE55F7000 looks supremely thin and stylish and has a top-notch smart TV system onboard. But although it delivers impressively sharp and bright pictures, overall image quality is marred by some light bleed that stops it from producing convincingly deep and even black levels.

Samsung UE40F6400

Its performance in a darker room is not on a par with the pricey F8000, but it offers many of that set's other impressive features, including its smart TV system, at a much more reasonable price. As a result, the Samsung UE40F6400 is a good mid-range family TV.

Samsung UE55F8000

The UE55F8000 is the best LED TV I've seen so far this year. It has strong picture and audio quality and a truly excellent smart TV system, making it a well-rounded package. Nevertheless, it's hugely expensive and if you mostly use your TV to watch movies in the evening, you'll get the same features, except with better picture quality and at lower price from Samsung's slightly chunkier F8500 plasma.