Samsung QE55Q700T

PJLOVER

Active Member
I have the tv and it is playing xbox at 1440p120 hmmmm! It is shame as everyone was quoting 60hz hate from Stop the FOMO video! Stopping people picking up the deal of the century from Very . 20% cashback....plus a s20 ....plus 50% off soundbar. Plus more discounts. Dam I nearly got paid to take this TV!
 

quicksand

Well-known Member
I have the tv and it is playing xbox at 1440p120 hmmmm! It is shame as everyone was quoting 60hz hate from Stop the FOMO video! Stopping people picking up the deal of the century from Very . 20% cashback....plus a s20 ....plus 50% off soundbar. Plus more discounts. Dam I nearly got paid to take this TV!
That's odd, the manual states it isn't 120fps compatible.
 

PJLOVER

Active Member
It is a bit ambiguous.
Tried 3 times to get an answer from Samsung but can not get hold of anyone who even knows what a refresh rate is.
 

PJLOVER

Active Member
If someone knows how to display actually display signal let me know. If differnet to input signal as pictured. Thanks
 

chopples

Distinguished Member
Yeah thats only 1. But also says it has vrr but I don't think it has.
But on screen info and xbox one x show 1440p120.
How is this possible?
correct it does not support VRR

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but it does support 120hz at 1440p

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Possibly the confusion comes from what the manual says regards to 4k 120hz?

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Jay53

Active Member
Beat me to it as just found all that info (it's in emanual for my q85r that I downloaded in June lol) and was about to post

It's really strange spec as everything points to it being a 60hz panel but accepts an 1440p/120hz input suggesting it's throwing away/interpolating frames to display at 60hz.

If it truly is a 60hz panel then it's going to be using 3:2 pull down for 24/25p modes which some people notice and puts it a disadvantage compared to the cheaper high-end 4k sets :(
 

PJLOVER

Active Member
Well it is being sold as either having real game enhancer plus or vrr by most major retailers.
AND the only advert about 8k samsung tvs on YOUTUBE by samsung which is still up says 8k tvs have both.
 

Jay53

Active Member
Well it is being sold as either having real game enhancer plus or vrr by most major retailers.
AND the only advert about 8k samsung tvs on YOUTUBE by samsung which is still up says 8k tvs have both.
You can test for vrr as on the xb1x. Under advanced videos modes you can check and uncheck allow variable refresh rate.

With it on my q85r shows 3840x2160 freesync 59hz input signal plus uhd when you select the xb1x as the input source. It also has freesync over the game icon for picture mode under TVs quick settings

With it off it just says 3840x2160 60p input signal plus uhd and the word freesync is not present on the picture mode icon.
 

PJLOVER

Active Member
Variable refresh rate is always greyed out 4k60 1440p120 1440p60 and 1080p.
It doesn't have it but major resellers advertise it does, so did all press reports from whathifi ,t3 and trusted reviews. Many others too. You would assume Samsung told them.
Real Game Ehancer Plus has vrr.
As in the 8k samsung youtube video suggests it is what makes their 8k tvs special. Released by Samsung and still on their YouTube channel.
I believe that is false advertising.
And they don't seem to care that most major retailers are pumping out incorrect spec either.
 

Jay53

Active Member
Yes, VRR greys out on mine xb1x if I plug it into my other Samsung 4k TV as it doesn't support vrr so that confirms the q700t doesn't support it.

Samsung really should clear this up as you say they are suggesting their 8k line up supports all these features in the adverts etc
 

jouster

Moderator
This TV has 8K YouTube, HDMI 2.1 too. That review is wrong.
a mate who isn't worried about top tier specs or performance has just bought this with the free Galaxy Z Flip phone offer...he should be about to sell that for 600-700 making the TV around 1100-1200ish

Will report back on his thoughts
 

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