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Samsung Q80T vs LG Nano 90 Review (QN55Q80T vs 55NANO90, QN65Q80T vs 65NANO90, QN75Q80T vs 75NANO90, QN85Q80T vs 86NANO90)




The Samsung Q80T and the LG Nano 90 are each a midrange priced 4K LED TV for 2020. In each lineup, the Q80T sits between the Samsung Q90T and the Q70T while for the Nano 90, along with the Nano 91, they are the top models of LG’s 2020 4K LED TV and sit above the Nano 85. You need to know, since the LG Nano 90 and the Samsung Q80T use a different panel technology, this makes their respective characteristics differ immensely. You need to know, just like most models of Samsung LED TVs, the Q80T uses a VA panel technology. On the other hand, like most models of LG’s 4K LED TV, the Nano 90 also uses an IPS panel technology. And you might know, the VA panel and the IPS panel have different characteristics, especially in side viewing angle coverage and contrast ratio. A TV with a VA panel usually has a good native contrast ratio but its side viewing angle is poor. On the other hand, a TV with an IPS panel usually has good side viewing angle but its native contrast ratio is poor.

On the market, the LG Nano 90 is available with 4 screen sizes including 55 inch (55NANO90UNA), 65 inch (65NANO90UNA), 75 inch (75NANO90UNA), and 86 inch (86NANO90UNA). For the Samsung Q80T there are 5 screen size sizes, including 49 inch (QN49Q80TAFXZA), 55 inch (QN55Q80TAFXZA), 65 inch (QN65Q80TAFXZA), 75 inch (QN75Q80TAFXZA), and 86 inch (QN86Q80TAFXZA). For each series with the same screen size between them (QN55Q80T vs 55NANO90, QN65Q80T vs 65NANO90, QN75Q80T vs 75NANO90, QN85Q80T vs 86NANO90), the Samsung Q80T is usually more expensive than the LG Nano 90. So which is a better choice for you?

The Samsung Q80T vs the LG Nano 90 Key Specifications

Technology and Features Samsung Q80T LG Nano 90
Screen Size Available 49 Inches (QN49Q80TAFXZA), 55 Inches (QN55Q80TAFXZA), 65 Inches (QN65Q80TAFXZA), 75 Inches (QN75Q80TAFXZA), and 85 Inches (QN85Q80TAFXZA), 55 Inches (55NANO90UNA), 65 Inches (65NANO90UNA), 75 Inches (75NANO90UNA), 86 Inches (86NANO90UNA)
Resolution 4K (3840 x 2160) 4K (3840 x 2160)
Panel Technology VA Panel IPS Panel
Backlight Technology Direct LED Direct LED
Local Dimming Technology Full Array Local Dimming (Direct Full Array 12X), 49 Inches (Direct Full Array 8X) Full Array Local Dimming
Processor Quantum Processor 4K Alpha 7 Gen 3 Processor
Numerical HDR Index by Samsung Quantum HDR 12x, QN49Q80T : Quantum HDR 8x N/a
HDR Supports HDR10, HLG, HDR10+ HDR10, HLG, Dolby Vision
Color Enhancement Quantum Dot Technology NanoCell Color, Billion Rich Colors, Advanced Color Enhancer, True Color Accuracy
Clarity Enhancement 4K AI Up-Scaling Tru-Upscaler
Contrast Enhancement Ultra Luminance
Viewing Angle Enhancement Ultra Viewing Angle, QN49Q80T: No N/a
Motion Technology Motion Rate 240, QN49Q80T: Motion Rate 120 TruMotion 240
Native Refresh Rate Panel 120 Hz, 49 inches : 60 Hz 120 Hz
Variable Refresh Rate Yes (FreeSync, HDMI Forum), QN49Q80T: No Yes (HDMI Forum VRR), May also support FreeSync with a future Software update
Smart TV Platform Tizen 2020 WebOS 5.0
Processor Quad Core N/a
Voice Command Platform Samsung Bixby LG ThinQ AI
Support Google Assistant Yes Yes
Support Amazon Alexa Yes Yes
Remote Samsung Smart Remote LG Magic Remote
Speaker Channel 2.2.2, QN49Q80T: 2.2 55” and 65”: 2.0, 75” and 86”: 2.2
Total Sound Output 60 watts, QN49Q80T 40 watts 55” and 65”: 20 watts, 75” and 86”: 40 watts
HDMI Ports 4 4
HDMI Supports HDMI 2.0 Full Bandwidth, HDMI 2.1, CEC, HDCP 2.2, HDMI 2.1 HDMI 2.0 Full Bandwidth, CEC, HDCP 2.2
USB 2.0 2 3
USB 3.0 No No
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Technologies and Features of the Samsung Q80T and the LG Nano 90

Panel Technology

As mentioned above, the Samsung Q80T and the LG Nano 90 use different panel technologies.  The Nano 90 uses IPS (In Plane Switching) panel technology, while the Q80T uses VA (Vertical Alignment) panel technology. IPS and VA panels have different characteristics, especially for contrast ratio and side viewing angle coverage. A TV with an IPS panel usually has good side viewing angle coverage but its contrast ratio is weak. On the other hand, a TV with a VA panel usually has excellent native contrast ratio but its side viewing angle coverage usually is poor. To help with this for the Samsung Q80T (Except for the 49 inch version), they come with an anti glare optical layer called “Ultra Viewing Angle”. This technology is designed to improve side viewing angle coverage but at a slight expense of the contrast ratio. What you’ll find with a TV with this technology is it usually has a better side viewing angle than a conventional VA TV, but its native contrast ratio usually is not as good.

When it comes to delivering a wide color gamut, the Samsung Q80T is powered by Quantum Dot Technology while the LG Nano 90 is powered by Nano Cell Technology. Both of these technologies have the same principle: to use nano particles to further improve color reproduction. They both use the same backlight technology, which is a direct LED backlight with Full Array Local Dimming. But even with this, neither officially describes how many zones in use by each for their local dimming technology.

Image Processor

As seen on the comparison table above, the LG Nano90 is powered by an image processor called “Alpha 7 Gen 3” which is the third generation of the Alpha 7 processor. This processor is also found on the LG OLED BX, the lowest priced model of LG’s 2020 OLED TV lineup. Compared to the predecessor chip (the Alpha Gen 2 chip), this new processor brings some improvements, especially for 4K up-scale handling. Its performance may be not as good as an Alpha 9 Gen 3 chip found on the LG CX or even the Alpha 9 Gen 2 found on the LG C9 series, but as you might expect the Alpha 7 Gen 3 can deliver better image quality than its predecessor. Just like its predecessor, this image processor has an ability to provide some AI-based features such as AI picture, AI Sound, and more.

On the other hand, the Samsung Q80T is powered by an image processor called the Quantum Processor 4K which is also found on other models of Samsung’s 2020 QLED TV lineup. Just like the image processor of the LG Nano 90, the image processor of the Samsung Q80T has an ability to provide some AI-related features like Adaptive Picture, Adaptive Sound, and more.

Motion Technology

Except the 49 inch version of the Samsung (QN49Q80T), the Samsung Q80T has a native 120 Hz refresh rate display panel.  The LG Nano 90 also has a native 120 Hz refresh rate panel. This allows both series to play content with a frame rate up to 120 Hz, even with 4K @ 120 Hz. In addition to a native 120 Hz refresh rate panel, both support VRR (Variable Refresh Rate) which is compatible with some gaming features. For the Q80T, it’s compatible with FreeSync while for the Nano 90, it’s compatible with HDMI VRR. Unique to the LG Nano 90 is that with a future firmware update it is supposed to support FreeSync. But even so, unlike most models of LG’s 2020 OLED TV lineup that support N-Vidia GSync, the LG Nano 90 doesn’t support GSync. As you might know, the VRR technology can further improve the gaming experience, allowing you to play games without screen tearing.

Just like most LED TVs, to dim their backlight they both use a PWM (Pulse Width Modulation) dimming system. The highest possible frequency flickering pattern is also the same, which is at 960 Hz. Since their dimming frequency is extremely high, this makes each screen almost flicker-free, which means it’s good for viewing. Nevertheless in certain conditions, a lower frequency of the flickering pattern is needed to improve motion appearance.  To support this, the Samsung Q80T and the LG Nano 90 also have an optional BFI (Black Frame Insertion) mode that can help to make motion more clear. Enabling the BFI mode will change the dimming frequency at 60 Hz or 120 Hz, depending on the setting.

Connectivity

For the major connectivity, both the LG Nano 90 and the Samsung Q80T have 4 HDMI inputs. All of their HDMI ports support CEC, HDCP 2.2, and HDMI 2.0 full bandwidth. Additionally, one of their HDMI ports (HDMI 3) also supports ARC (Audio Return Channel) or even eARC (enhanced Audio Return Channel). They both actually also support HDMI 2.1, allowing them to accept HFR (High Frame Rate) signals like [email protected] 120 Hz through an HDMI connection. Although not all of their HDMI ports support HDMI 2.1. On the Q80T, there is only 1 port (HDMI 4) that supports HDMI 2.1 and on the NANO 90, there are 2 ports (HDMI 3 and 4) which support HDMI 2.1. But even with this, the support of the HDMI 2.1 is still not full bandwidth.  While the number of their HDMI ports is the same, the Nano 90 has more USB ports, which is 3 ports while the Q80T has 2 ports. Although none of their USB ports are USB 3.0 as all their USB ports are USB 2.0. Even with this restriction the bandwidth of USB 2.0 is wide enough to play any content directly from the USB port.

In addition to USB and HDMI ports, they both also have 1 Tuner In (RF In), 1 Digital Audio Out (Optical), and 1 Tuner In. Unique for the LG Nano 90, it also has Composite IN. And to wirelessly connect to other devices or connect to the internet, they both have built-in Wi-Fi and Bluetooth.

Smart TV Platform

For their internal smart TV platform, the LG Nano 90 runs WebOS 5.0 (the latest version of WebOS). On  the Samsung Q80T it runs Tizen 2020 (also the latest version of the Tizen OS). Both of these platforms run smoothly on their respective models.  What we like is that each series with WebOS and with Tizen OS have a simple and easy to use interface. Additionally they both have a good selection of pre-installed apps. Almost all streaming service platforms are provided, such as Netflix, Amazon prime, YouTube, AirPlay2. Additionally there are Web Browsers, Games, Live TV, and more. Both platforms also have an apps store with a great selection of downloadable apps. Te Samsung Q80T comes with Samsung Apps Store while the LG Nano 90 comes with LG’s Apps store. Both series also have their own voice control platform where the LG Nano 90 comes with LG ThinQ AI while the Samsung Q80T comes with Samsung’s Bixby. In addition to their own voice control platform, both also support other voice control platforms like Google Voice Assistant and Amazon Alexa.

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The Samsung Q80T vs The LG Nano 90 Performance

Black Level and Contrast

As mentioned above, the Samsung Q80T and the LG Nano 90 use different panel technologies.  The Q80T uses a VA Panel, while the Nano 90 uses an IPS Panel. Both of these panel technologies have different characteristics, especially for native contrast ratio and side viewing angle. As mentioned previously, a TV with a VA panel usually has a good native contrast ratio. Conversely, a TV with an IPS panel usually has a low native contrast ratio. The Samsung Q80T has a good native contrast ratio, being around 3000:1. This actually is lower than most TVs with a VA panel because of the use of the “Ultra Viewing Angle” optical layer, but it’s still good enough to produce a deep black. Furthermore it has a local dimming feature that can improve contrast ratio to higher than 4000:1. The result is a black produced by the Q80T that looks really black, even when viewed in a dark room.

Meanwhile, just like other TVs with an  IPS panel, the LG Nano 90 has a poor native contrast ratio, being  around 1000:1. Although the model also has a local dimming feature, the local dimming can only improve its contrast ratio to around 1500:1. The result is that black produced by the LG Nano 90 is not very deep. In a bright room this might not be serious problem, but in a dark room this can become quite pronounced.  In a dark room, the black of images displayed on screen will look grayer than really black. Additionally, it also means that the model can not produce deep dark shades of colors.

Winner: Samsung Q80T

SDR Peak Brightness

The Samsung Q80T can be brighter than the LG Nano 90. With real SDR content, the Q80T is able to hit around 400 nits while the Nano 90 hits around 250 nits.  The highest peak brightness reached by them is equally on a 10% window where the Q80T can hit around 700 nits and the Nano 90 hits around 500 nits.  The difference is that the Nano 90 can only maintain it for a short time and it will drop to around 250 nits while the peak brightness of the Q80T only drops a little once it is stabilized. On a 2%, 25% 50% and 100% window, the Samsung Q80T also gets brighter where it hits around 550 nits, 650 nits, 450 nits, and 425 nits respectively, while the Nano 90 only hits around 200 nits, 275 nits, 275 nits and 300 nits respectively. With this behavior, it can this be ascertained that the SDR peak brightness of the Q80T is impressive, more than enough to fight glare in most bright rooms. On the other hand, peak brightness of the Nano 90 is only enough for a dim to moderately lit room. With other settings, they both may get a brighter peak brightness, but this makes the picture lose its accuracy.

Winner: Samsung Q80T

HDR Peak Brightness

With HDR content, they both can get brighter than with SDR content. And just like SDR peak brightness, the Samsung Q80T also gets brighter than the LG Nano 90. With real HDR content, the Q80T can hit around 700 nits while the Nano 90 hits around 400 nits. They both also hit their highest peak brightness on a 10 % window where the Q80T hits around 740 nits and the Nano 90 hits around 650 nits. Just like its SDR peak brightness, the Nano 90 is only able to maintain it for a short time because once it is stabilized, its peak brightness will drop to around 300 nits. On the other hand even after the drop, its peak brightness only slightly drops once stabilized, which is around 720 nits. On a 2%, 25% 50%, and 100% window, the Nano 90 hits around 225 nits, 350 nits, 370 nits, and 380 nits respectively. Meanwhile the Q80T can get much brighter which is around 500 nits, 600 nits, 450 nits, and 430 nits respectively. With this behavior, we can see that the Samsung Q80T has a good HDR peak brightness. As long as it is not set in a very bright room, it can deliver a very good HDR Experience. On the other hand, HDR peak brightness of the Nano 90 is only decent. It doesn’t get bright enough to truly bring out highlights in HDR.

Winner: Samsung Q80T

Color Gamut and Color Volume

Both the Samsung Q80T and the LG Nano 90 have an excellent color gamut. In DCI P3 color space, their color gamut coverage is excellent.  In DCI P3 xy, the Q80T can cover around 89% while the Nano 90 covers around 86% of color space. Meanwhile in DCI P3 uv, the Nano 90 can cover around 93% while the Q80T covers around 92%. Color gamut delivered by each series is more than enough to show most colors of HDR images accurately, particularly those mastered in DCI P3 like HDR10 or HDR10+. On the other hand, their color coverage in Rec.2020 is also good. In Rec.2020 xy, the Q80T can cover around 66% while the Nano 90 covers around 63%. Meanwhile in Rec.2020 uv, the Q80T covers around 71% and the Nano 90 covers around 71%. Although their color coverage in Rec.2020 is not as excellent as in DCI P3, it’s still good enough for HDR content mastered in Rec.2020, especially for the LG Nano 90 that supports Dolby Vision.

In addition to a wider color gamut, the Q80T also has a better color volume than the Nano 90. This is due to the Nano 90 having a low native contrast ratio, which means it can not produce deep dark shades of colors well. On the other hand, the Q80T can produce deep dark colors well, although not as good as its predecessor, the Q80R. Except for dark shades of colors, both can produce a wide color gamut at their entire brightness range. But just like most models of LED TVs, they both can not produce very bright blues.

Winner: Samsung Q80T

Color Gradient

The Samsung Q80T is better not only on color gamut and color volume, but also on color gradient. On the screen of the Q80T, color gradient of HDR images looks very smooth, albeit there is still some fine banding in certain colors like red, blue, grey, and especially green. But in normal content, this should not be noticeable. But even so if you were to feel bothered, enabling the “Noise Reduction” feature can remove most of it. But this setting can cause a loss of some fine detail. On the other hand, the color gradient of the LG Nano 90 is not as smooth as the Q80T. When displaying HDR images, there’s noticeable banding in red and even more so in gray. Like on the Q80T, it also has a feature called “Smooth Gradient” that can be used to reduce banding.

Winner: Samsung Q80T

Side Viewing Angle

Even though the Samsung Q80T use a VA panel, but its side viewing angle coverage can be said to be good. This is due to an anti glare optical layer called “Ultra Viewing Angle”. It can prevent black level from rising up to around 70 degrees off center and front. Additionally its brightness level can be maintained up to around 45 degrees. In maintaining color accuracy, the Q80T can also do a better job than a TV with a conventional VA panel where it can prevent color from shifting at up to around 45 degrees and for washing out at around 35 degrees. On the other hand, the LG Nano 90 with an IPS panel also has a good side viewing angle coverage. It can also prevent black level from rising — at up to around 70 degrees. Additionally its brightness level is still consistent at up to around 30 degrees. Color will start to shift at around 45 degrees and gets washed-out at around 25 degrees. From this behavior, the Q80T is better than the Nano 90, particularly in maintaining brightness level and color accuracy. So as long as you don’t watch TV from an extremely side angle, the picture displayed on screen will look consistent as good as when viewed from the center and front.

Winner: Samsung Q80T

Motion Handling

Both the LG Nano 90 and the Samsung Q80T have an impressive pixel response time, which is around 10 ms. It should be low enough to make fast motion look very clear when playing fast moving images likes fast sports, fast games, and fast movies. Following a fast moving object, there is only a short faint trail which is usually hard to notice. Although there is still some overshoot in some transitions, overall the motion looks very smooth. Some motion blur may still be visible but it’s likely caused by persistence.

Just as mentioned above, to further improve motion appearance both have an optional BFI (Black Frame Insertion) mode. Enabling this feature will change the dimming frequency to 60 Hz or 120 Hz, depending on the setting. This means when playing 120 Hz content, you just need to set the 120 Hz BFI and when  playing 60 Hz content, you just need enable the 60 Hz BFI mode.

On the Samsung Q80T, when it is set to “Natural”, “Standard”, “Dynamic”, and “Game” mode, the dimming frequency will change to 120 HZ. Additionally in Movie mode, enabling “Picture Clarity” will lower the flickering frequency to 120 Hz. And to enable the 60 BFI mode, you just need to enable “LED Clear Motion” while the “Picture Clarity” is still enabled.

On the LG Nano 90, to enable its 120 Hz BFI, you just need to enable “TruMotion” and then enable “Motion Pro” to further lower its flickering frequency to 60 Hz.

Keep in mind, that even though both support 60 Hz and 120 Hz BFI mode, the performance of BFI mode in the LG Nano 90 in clearing up motion blur is not as good as the Samsung Q80T. Their performance in handling 24p judder is equally excellent. No matter the source of 24p movies, they both show them with judder-free. This means that regardless you are playing movies from DVD, Blu Ray, Streaming Devices, Satellite TV, Streaming apps, both can show them clearly with judder-free. On the Q80T, to remove judder, you just need to set “Picture Clarity” to “Custom” and then set “0” for the “Judder Reduction” and “Blur Reduction”. Meanwhile on the LG Nano 90, judder can be removed by turning on “Real Cinema”.

Winner: Samsung Q80T

Input Lag

Both the Samsung Q80T and the LG Nano 90 have excellent input lag in “Game Mode”. With 60 Hz content and regardless of the resolution, the input lag of the Samsung Q80T is around 10 ms while the LG Nano 90 is around 15 ms. Meanwhile with 120 Hz content, the input lag of the Q80T and Nano 90 are almost the same, which is around 5.5 ms for both 1080p and 1440p resolution. Unique for the Nano 80, although not as low as at 1080p and 1440p resolution, the input lag at 4K @120 Hz is also fairly good, being around 23 ms. Meanwhile for the Q80T, its input lag in VRR mode is also excellent, being around 7 ms at 1080p and 1440p resolution and at around 16 ms for 4K resolution. Aside from these differences, the input lag in Game mode is excellent, allowing you to play any game responsively. Moreover they both also support VRR technology compatible with some gaming features, as this will certainly further please most gamers.

Winner: Samsung Q80T

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Conclusion

For Watching Movies

When used for watching movies in a dark room, the Samsung Q80T certainly is much better than the LG Nano 80. This due to the fact that the Q80T has a good native contrast ratio while the LG Nano 90 has a poor native contrast ratio. In a dark room, the impact of native contrast ratio is most noticeable. Although not as deep black as other VA TVs, the black produced by the Q80T is still deep enough to make the black of images look very black in a dark room. On the other hand, the black produced by the LG Nano 90 will look tend to grey when it viewed in a dark room. In a dark room, the picture displayed on the screen of the Nano 90 is less accurate particularly for dark scenes. Except for the black level, the performance for these two series is really not much different. Both have a wide color gamut that makes picture color displayed on screen look very accurate. Additionally their great performance in handling 24p judder allows you to watch movies judder-free.

Winner: Samsung Q80T

For Watching Sports

As mentioned for watching movies, the performance of the Q80T is better than the LG Nano 90. The pixel response time may be similar and both support 60 Hz BFI mode. But even with this, the performance of BFI mode in the Q80T is better than the Nano 90 for clearing-up the motion, so sports just looks more clear on the screen of the Q80T than on the screen of the Nano 90. Additionally since the Samsung Q80T has brighter SDR peak brightness and better reflection handling, in a brighter room sports will look more detailed on its screen than on the screen of the Nano 90. Both have a good side viewing angle, but for maintaining color and brightness level when viewed from the side, the Q80T is a bit better than the Nano 90. This will be more pronounced especially when watching a big game with a group of family and friends.

Winner: Samsung Q80T

Video Games

When used for playing video games, the Samsung Q80T is better than the LG Nano 90. In addition to the Q80T having better motion handling, particularly when playing 60 fps content like video games, the input lag of the Q80T is lower than the Nano, particularly for 60 fps games. Although not as low as the Q80T, the input lag of the Nano 90 at 60 Hz is also excellent and still low enough to play any games responsively. Except for their input lag in 60 Hz and the motion handling, the performance between these series is very similar. Both have a good side viewing angle, allowing you to play multiplayer games with a group of friends without any issue in viewing angle. Additionally they both support VRR technology that supports some gaming features. Not only that, the HDMI ports also supports ALLM (Auto Low Latency Mode), where it can automatically change to game mode once the compatible console is connected.

Winner: Samsung Q80T

HDR Performance

The HDR Performance of the Samsung Q80T is better than the LG Nano 90. Black Level of the Q80T is deep enough to show shadow detail of HDR images the way they should be. On the other hand, since the Nano 90 doesn’t have a strong native contrast ratio, it can not produce a deep black. So on its screen for the Nano 90, shadow detail of HDR images will look crushed. In terms of color performance, the Q80T is also a bit better. Even though the color gamut is almost the same between these series, the Q80T has better volume than the Nano 90, especially for darker colors. The Q80T also has better color gradient than the Nano 90, making color gradient of images displayed on screen look smoother than on the screen of the Nano 90. In terms of HDR peak brightness, the Samsung Q80T can show brighter HDR images than the Nano 90. Even though it is not able to show HDR images brighter than 1000 nits like the content creator intended, it is still able to bring out small highlights in HDR. On the other hand, the HDR peak brightness for the LG Nano 90 is only bright enough for a dim to moderately-lit room.

Winner: Samsung Q80T

Summary

Performance Samsung Q80T LG Nano 90
Movies (4.1/5) (3.5/5)
TV Shows (4.2/5) (3.9/5)
Sports (4.2/5) (3.9/5)
Video Games (4.4/5) (4.3/5)
HDR Performance (4.2/5) (3.7/5)
Smart TV (4/5) (4.1/5)

Overall the Samsung Q80T is better than the LG Nano 90 in almost all aspects. Regardless whether they are used for watching movies in a dark room, watching sports, TV shows, playing games, or watching HDR images, performance of the Q80T is better. Nevertheless this doesn’t mean that the performance of the Nano 90 is poor. As long as it is not used in a dark room or in a very bright room, picture quality and performance of the Nano 90 is also very good. Additionally the Nano 90 has some features not found on the Q80T like Dolby Vision. So which is a better choice for you? If your main consideration is buying TV with picture quality and HDR performance, of course the Samsung Q80T is better than the LG Nano 90. But keep in mind that with the same screen size, the Q80T is more expensive than the Nano 90. So the decision comes back to you according to your own budget and preferences.

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