Samsung TV gamme 2015 (Etats-Unis, Canada) Comparaison

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Téléviseurs Samsung Ligne 2015 pour les États-Unis et au Canada.

Comme les années précédentes, pas beaucoup de modèles, mais ils ont toute la gamme des possibilités offertes à l'utilisateur. Fondamentalement, les téléviseurs ont été autorisés à 4K (UHD), Smart TV.

32" X X
40" X X X X X X X
48" X X X X X X X
50" X X X X X X
55" X X X X X X X X X
60" X X X X X
65" X X X X X X X X X
75" X X X
78" X X
85" X
88" X
Resolution 720p 1080p 1080p 1080p 4k 4k 4k 4k 4k 4k 4k 4k
Refresh Rate 60 60 120 120 60 60 120 120 60 120 120 120
Smart TV Yes (2014)
Backlight Edge-lit Edge-lit Full Array
3D Type Active Active Active Active Active
Curved
Motion Rate 60 60 120 120 120 120 240 240 120 240 240 240
Screen Finish Semi-Gloss Semi-Gloss Semi-Gloss Semi-Gloss Semi-Gloss Semi-Gloss Glossy Glossy Semi-Gloss Glossy Glossy Glossy
Motion Interpolation
Processor Quad-core Quad-core Quad-core Quad-core Quad-core Quad-core Quad-core Quad-core Octa-core Octa-core
Local Dimming
One Connect Mini Mini Mini
Remote Smart Touch Smart Touch Smart Touch Smart Touch Smart Touch
Quantum Dots
Camera

6 COMMENTS

  1. Hi, I’m curious where you’re getting the native refresh rates. I just spoke with Samsung after concern that it is not a native 120hz TV and they confirmed that my JU6500 is in fact a native 120hz TV with 240 clear motion rate. Which is correct?

    • This is where Samsung had me look. I couldn’t have been more clear in my questions and I have it from them in writing. There are websites that say 60hz, but my fear is everyone is really pulling from 1 source. What is your source for the 60hz number. I’m not challenging you, but I want to be able to challenge Samsung if they have lied to me. They went so far as to say that the 60hz refresh rate posted by Best Buy was out right wrong. Here is the link, look at the tech specs: http://www.samsung.com/ca/consumer/tv-av/tv/uhd/UN55JU6500FXZC

      • Clear Motion Rate this index has nothing to do with the real rate of image display on the TV screen. Motion Rate it as an index indicating the quality of the display and motion as it has no relationship to the actual frequency of the playback. The magnitude of these indexes has no importance. As a person when displaying pictures over 50 frames per second will not see any difference between the image display with a frequency of 60 or 120 frames per second. Indices movement leash just a marketing ploy for buyers TVs.

        • This doesn’t really answer my question. Where are you finding the real refresh rates for the TVs in your chart above? You have listed all of the refresh vs motion rates above. Where are you finding the data for the chart?

        • Hi Anatoliy,

          Based on your table above I have challenged Samsung and escalated my request as high as « they will » send it. (They are the worst customer service department on earth)

          They have sent me via email the specs on my un55ju6500f and confirmed 120hz. Can you please provide me with the sources for your true refresh rates and a way to test it myself if possible. Look what they sent me below. I am losing my mind on this. Please help me so I can respond to them.

          Thanks for your help!

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