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Samsung The Terrace QLED

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Product Overview

Samsung The Terrace OLED 4K smart TV expands Samsung's lifestyle TV lineup, which already include The Frame, The Sero, and the Serif. Available in 55-, 65-, and 75-inch models, The Terrace is specifically designed for the indoor-outdoor entertainment experience.
Sporting IP55 weather resistance against water and dust and fitted for easy outdoor installation, The Terrace tops its outdoor credentials with a 2000-nits panel that shines in broad daylight. The QLED 4K display features high motion rate, anti-reflection coating, and adaptive picture technology that optimizes content by analyzing its surroundings to minimize glare.
A companion product, The Terrace Soundbar is launched at the same time to complement The Terrace.

Ratings

What we found

Neofiliac score 95%
Pros
  • High screen-to-body ratio
  • Full-Array LED local dimming
  • Supports HDR10, HLG (Hybrid Log Gamma), HDR10+, and Quantum HDR 2000
  • Rich color reproduction
  • Exceptional 6500:1 contrast ratio
  • 10-bit display panel
  • Very bright display panel
Cons

    What external reviewers found

    External score 65%
    Pros
    • Good image quality
    • Solid app support
    • Superb black uniformity
    • Low input lag and fast response time
    • High contrast ratio and full-array local dimming
    • Wide color gamut and high peak brightness
    Cons
    • Sub-par viewing angles
    • No cloud storage
    • Doesn't support variable refresh rate
    • No built-in speakers

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    Specifications

    Variants shown:
    75"
    65"
    55"
    55"
    75"
    65"

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    External Reviews

    rtings[1]

    Reviewer score 59%
    Reviewers from rtings have found:
    The Samsung Terrace is an overall great TV. It gets incredibly bright and handles reflections well, so you can watch outside during the day. You can also game on it thanks to its low input lag and fast response time. It has a high contrast ratio and full-array local dimming, making it an excellent choice for watching movies.
    Pros
    • High contrast ratio and full-array local dimming
    • Superb black uniformity
    • Low input lag and fast response time
    • Wide color gamut and high peak brightness
    • Bright enough to make highlights pop
    Cons
    • Sub-par viewing angles
    • Doesn't support variable refresh rate

    techradar[2]

    Reviewer score 70%
    Reviewers from techradar have found:
    Samsung The Terrace is one of the highest-specified outdoor TVs out there. The screen has an IP55 rating – meaning it can resist dust, rainfall, or even a head-on splash from a hose. It comes with a waterproof cover packed into a handy bag, which we imagine sensible TV owners will want over the screen whenever it's not in use.
    Pros
    • IP55-rated screen
    • Good image quality
    • Solid app support
    Cons
    • No built-in speakers
    • No cloud storage

    References

    1. ^ Samsung The Terrace TV Review. [rtings].
    2. ^ Hands on: Samsung The Terrace review. [techradar].

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