Samsung QN85A vs LG C1: Neo QLED vs OLED ambos con HDMI 2.1 - Smart TVs 4K

Samsung QN85A vs LG C1: Neo QLED vs OLED ambos con HDMI 2.1 - Smart TVs 4K

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Samsung Neo QLED QN85A with Mini LED backlight technology with local dimming versus LG C1 with OLED technology both 55 inches before we start here you can confirm that it is the mentioned Samsung QN85A models on the left and the LG C1 one on the right right and these are the latest software versions available to date, 1904 for the QN85A and 03.21.10 for the C1. I make this comparison mainly because here in my country, both televisions have considerably lowered their prices compared to their launch years, which in both cases it was last year 2021 for example the Qn85A was available more or less for about 1300 dollars and sometimes up to 1400 dollars while the C1 between 1250 and 1300 dollars but today both televisions are available around 1000 dollars in sizes of 55 inches and many people wonder which one suits them best, well there are two types of answers, the first for those who love higher amounts of brightness the QN85A is going to be your answer mainly if you are going to see it in a room that receives a lot of light, especially that which is natural that enters through the windows because thanks to the higher amount of brightness it will better counteract these reflections in range standard dynamic range the QN85A can reach 1156 nits in high dynamic range 1222 nits and in high dynamic range with the game mode 1265 nits while the LG OLED C1 in standard dynamic range 302 nits in high dynamic range 628 nits and in high dynamic range with the games mode 611 nits now it seems to me that this difference in brightness is mainly noticeable in the standard dynamic range because although in high dynamic range it also obviously exists it does not seem to me that it is so noticeable at least not in many contents and not at least in the vast majority of image modes for a person who is not very demanding in terms of brightness, such as my case, the LG OLED C1 is going to be more than enough in terms of or to colors it is a matter of taste of each person it seems to me that both show very good colors and in terms of high dynamic range technologies the QN85A supports HDR10 HLG and also HDR10+ but it does not support Dolby Vision while the C1 supports HDR10 HLG and Dolby Vision but it does not support HDR10+ the second answer is if you prefer perfect black color uniformity without any clouding effect or blooming or light bleeding in that case the LG OLED C1 is going to be your answer personally I like this technology better however the Neo QLED QN85A with its mini led technology and local dimming does not do a bad job, in fact it seems very good to me and its local dimming can achieve 576 zones which considerably improves the appearance of black colors compared to a television that does not have technology with mini led backlighting. However, the problem with the QN85A story is that if you see this type of scene and you don't position yourself very well in front of the screen or if you soon they have to move a little to the side or place the TV below or above the line of sight of their eyes they will most likely notice some yellowish blooming effect that can be more annoying when they are set to local dimming or high or low therefore I recommend always or almost always keep it in normal while in the OLED wherever you look at your screen you will never experience this type of effects but I will come back and repeat if you are very well located in a centered way the screen of the QN85A, when observing this type of content and turning off the lights in the room completely, you will not observe that yellowish blooming effect , at least not in an excessive amount, now well in this type of already normal scenes that also have dark parts but that they are from movie series etc. It still seems to me that the OLED continues to do a better job, however some people complain about what is known as Black Crush but since In my point of view, the C1 does not suffer from this problem, but it is true that in the QN85A, for reasons in this type of scene, the details can be observed more easily because it has a greater amount of brightness. That is undeniable

, the third point for Being able to decide which television to go for has to do with the gaming section, both televisions support these game bars that show relevant information, but in the case of the LG OLED C1 game bar, there are game genre parameters in these game genre parameters that change with each selection. bit the graphic configuration here I am going to show you in a more detailed way what this game bar offers here are then the game genres that it supports which is good to have this variety option and it also supports the black stabilizer to further improve the performance in dark scenes the white stabilizer to further improve performance in bright scenes and in the case of the QN85A it has the dynamic black equalizer pe ro always recommend leaving it at 0 there is also the game motion plus of the game in this case it can be activated because I am using an hdmi splitter but when you connect a console directly to the television to the hdmi 2.1 port such as the Xbox Series X it cannot be activated because both devices already support variable refresh rates and you can also play hdr, you can of course also access the rest of the settings on both televisions in their game modes and here he took the opportunity to once again emphasize the great advantage of the QN85A, which is undeniable and that it is its highest amount of brightness although in the LG C1 it can be increased more this is going to cause this that you are seeing that the image is too dim and it looks very ugly I recommend increasing this section to 60 maximum but I am going to leave it as it is it comes from the factory while in the case of the QN85A, in addition to brightness, it offers the value of range and detail of the shadow that if you want even more clarity ad can increase them and the good thing is that practically no opacity is going to be generated, so you already know that in the QN85A they have this main advantage for those who love brightness . I also want to emphasize that the color temperature of both televisions is standard , which is a normal color temperature and that the vast majority of people like and the other has to do with the hdr tone mapping both offer the function of hgig or game hdr but in this case it seems to me that they darken the image a little so in the QN85A I'm going to leave it off and on the LG C1 I'm going to leave hdr tone mapping on and the other thing I wanted to show you is the color saturation capability of both TVs maybe some people might be interested to know in the case of the Neo QLED QN85A can saturate the colors more if you want to, however it seems to me that in the LG C1 this section can be more than enough for almost anyone for almost any gamer ah Well, in this gaming section, both televisions support HDMI 2.1 ports

, the main difference is that the QN85A supports only one HDMI 2.1 port, which is number 4 with 120 hertz in 4k and variable refresh rate technologies, both FreeSync and GSync, while in the LG C1 this TV supports 4 HDMI 2.1 ports also with 120 hertz in 4k and also with variable refresh rates both GSync and FreeSync however some people complain and say that the HDMI 2.1 offered by the LG C1 is barely with a data transfer speed of up to 40 gigabytes per second and not 48 gigabytes per second which would be the standard but with 40 gigabytes per second it is more than enough to be able to display 120 hertz in 4k with variable refresh rates when the device In this case, the video game console is compatible with this , so from one point of view we could say that the LG is more complete. to because all the ports support hdmi 2.1 technologies but if you only have a latest generation console then with the hdmi 2.1 port that the QN85A has it can be more than enough then

in that aspect I would say that you should not look so much unless have more than one console that supports hdmi 2.1 technologies the main aspects would of course be the graphic quality the representation of colors which has to do with the uniformity of black colors and also of course the amount of brightness remember the QN85A wins in brightness but the OLED C1 wins in scenes that are very dark by being able to show a perfect uniformity of black colors without any clouding or blooming effect or light bleeding and in terms of response times the QN85A achieves 10.5 milliseconds which is very good but in the LG C1 is better than 2.4 milliseconds the lower the response time is going to be the better because this improves the fluidity and the handling of the movement because the pixels will be able to change faster from one color to another, however, although the response time in the QN85A is not as good as that of the LG C1, it still seems to me that in practice it does a very good job, almost the same for what Except for that difference, it seems to me that it is not perceptible to the human eye or brain and as for its Input Lag times, it seems to me that there are no great differences in 4k 60 hertz in standard dynamic range for the QN85A is 9.7 milliseconds in high

dynamic range 9.8 milliseconds and in 4k at 120 hertz 5.3 milliseconds while for the LG C1 in 4k at 60 hertz in standard dynamic range it is 10.2 milliseconds in high dynamic range 10 milliseconds and in 4k at 120 hertz 5.6 milliseconds

, the uniformity of gray colors of both televisions seems to me to be very good, being better in the LG C1 because in the QN85A you can notice something of a dirty screen effect, but very slight, and also slightly shaded edges, but at least least this is notorious princ Especially with this gray background because with normal content or with more color those effects or problems go practically unnoticed in the QN85A and obviously also in the LG C1 now for these results in terms of image scaling I'm using the filmmaker mode on both televisions it seems to me that the results in the two televisions are practically the same when the content has low resolution we are talking about 720p or a lower resolution in both sometimes you can notice slightly pixelated parts especially when the content has 480p or a lower resolution which is Normally, keep in mind that no current 4k television, not even those that could be considered high-end, will show content in 4k when the resolution of that content is very low, starting at 1080p, which would be full HD . image on both televisions is much better pixelated parts are not noticeable or at least can pass as or something unnoticed and in fact the content seems to have a little more resolution but even so it will not be shown in 4k and when the content has 1440p resolution then the image scaling work of both televisions will make it similar many results to a native 4k and of course both can play native 4k content in both standard dynamic range and high dynamic range without problems just remember that in order to produce high resolution content through streaming applications such as Netflix YouTube Amazon prime Disney plus, among others, they must have, yes or yes, a very good internet download speed in their homes or otherwise these applications will automatically reduce the resolution of that content in order to improve its fluidity , handling movement when viewing content through of streaming apps on both TVs is very good when it comes to controlling stutter vibration effects or blurring in the case of the QN85A there is the parameter known as image clarity settings and in the LG C1 the Trumotion parameter in both cases you can manually modify the reduction of image vibration or image blurring you can also try with the free movement of LED or the OLED movement but I do not recommend activating them much because they darken the image too much and also many times a flicker or flickering effect is generated that can be very annoying if they want very good fluidity they can set the brightness settings automatically image in the Samsung and the smooth movement in the Trumotion of the LG to improve this aspect in scenes with camera sweeps or with many fast movements, its viewing angles are very good in the QN85A thanks to its ADS panel and in the case of the C1 thanks Thanks to OLED technology, its colors do not lose as much volume when its screens are viewed from very wide angles, which I think is great for handling reflections. and both televisions also seem very good to me the results are very similar between both the two televisions are highly recommended for dark rooms also for rooms that receive artificial lighting because they handle the reflections of the light bulbs very well but for a room that receives a lot of light natural through the windows the QN85A will be better because it has a greater amount of brightness and therefore better counteracts those reflections the heating on the screen after almost three hours of using them non-stop also of course with video games in the QN85A is normal it does not seem so to me high you will not feel as much heat when approaching your screen but in the C1 I was surprised that this time it generated a little more heat nothing exaggerated but there is the difference both in theory and also in practice you feel a little more heat when get closer to its screen compared to the QN85A but it also seems to me that it is not something exaggerated in terms of inputs to das of the QN85A are pointing towards the back side it has one hdmi 2.1 port and three hdmi 2.0 ports two usb 2.0 ports one port for optical digital cable or one port for LAN cable for internet one port for air antenna and this port for this converter of composite inputs while in the C1 the inputs are a bit divided so to speak on the back it has two usb 2.0 ports one hdmi 2.1 port one port for the LAN cable one for the optical digital port one port for the internet cable and on the back side it has another three hdmi 2.1 ports and another usb 2.0 port as for the smart section there are many differences one of them is the design of the remote controls the One Remote for the QN85A and the Magic Remos for the C1 the One Remote is smaller, more ergonomic, and more comfortable. It can be charged with a solar panel or via a USB type C port, while the Ragic Remote uses disposable batteries, both have a microphone button . phono and both in these cases I have them with cases to avoid scratches easily the operating system of the Samsung is Tizen and the one of the LG is WebOS I personally prefer both operating systems over Android TV or Google TV due to preferences or things very but very personal that I have already explained in other videos the fluidity of the operating system of both Tizen and WebOS televisions seems to me to be very good, however most of the time they open the applications a little faster and load the videos a little faster in the QN85A but it is not a very big difference between these two operating systems. Personally,

I like the WebOS better, mainly because of the Magic Remote because it makes it much easier for me when using the internet browser, which is something that I use a lot and in As for voice assistants in the vast majority of countries, the two televisions support both the voice assistants of each brand as well as Amazon Alexa and the voice assistant. e Google but at least here in Colombia the Samsung QN85A only supports Samsung's own Bixby Voice and in the case of the LG C1 it supports of course the LG brand's own voice assistant and also Amazon Alexa but for some reason I don't know it does not support the Google assistant despite the fact that the Magic Remote has the button for that voice assistant, another difference has to do with the screen sharing function and what is known as multi view, which in the case of the QN85A is supported and it is more complete on one screen you can view either the YouTube application on the television or something connected to an hdmi input and on the other for example your smartphone or a webcam in this case some Logitech are the only compatible ones that can connect to a usb port of the TV while in the LG C1 the screen sharing function is of course compatible and also something that is known as screen overlay but that does not work with the application of the tv isor but when they connect, for example, some hdmi input and their mobile phone on a small screen, which also seems very useful to me, but it seems to me that this function is more complete or better optimized in the case of the QN85A, at least it seems to me that it has more advantages , although in the C1 it also seems to me that it can be very functional and useful for many people , its application stores are specific to its operating systems, they are relatively extensive , however the disadvantage that I consider would be the only one compared to televisions with Android TV or Google tv is that apk files cannot be installed on these two televisions, that is, if they do not find the application they want in their application stores, they simply will not be able to install it externally, the storage space for the QN85A is approximately 3.8 gigabytes and for the LG C1 about 2.8 gigabytes in both cases is more than enough from my point of view for almost any user. Aryan and as for their internet browsers, although the QN85A supports search through voice commands, I don't know why here in Colombia it is not possible in Spanish yet, but in English it is possible and the vast majority of the content is very precise. time while in the C1 you can both in English and in Spanish and it is also very accurate the vast majority of the time the loading speed of web pages on both televisions is very fast but obviously this also depends on the internet download speed that have in their homes and although the navigation seems easier and more agile in the C1 thanks to the Magic Remote I think that the navigation in the QN85A is not bad but obviously between the two I prefer the functionality that the Magic Remote provides me and in both browsers of the internet you can of course reproduce multimedia content through different web pages if you want to, simply keep in mind that in the vast majority of them, even if you don't want it, they will appear before uncios that can be relatively easy to close the vast majority of the time in terms of sound in theory the power of the QN85A is 60 watts while that of the LG C1 is 40 watts but in practice I found the performance of the LG C1 better and It's not that the QN85A is bad because in fact it's also very good, but I thought the LG C1 was a little better, plus it offers more sound modes and also offers the option of Dolby Atmos not only when connecting a device compatible with this technology. to

the hdmi port with support for enhanced audio return channel while in the QN85A only the option of Dolby Atmos is offered when a device compatible with this technology is connected to the hdmi port with support for enhanced audio return channel none of those televisions supports DTS technology and at the end of this video in a few seconds you will be able to judge the performance of your sound systems and then to finish many of you already know that I prefer the OLED C1 for several reasons that I have already mentioned because it has a perfect uniformity of black colors because I do not like to experience effects of clouding or blooming or light bleeding because I like the functionality of the Magic remote more and also I thought the sound system was better it's a very personal matter but I don't want to discredit the work of the QN85A because it seems too good to me it has a very high amount of brightness and some people love that but still the high dynamic range experience in the LG C1 is also very good in the sense that the scene also looks very realistic so the decision is very simple if you want more brightness buy the QN85A and if not then the LG C1 and if you are also not afraid of the theme related to it what to do with the burning of pixels, which is something very difficult for the LG OLED C1 to happen, it would not be recommended if they are going to use it as a PC monitor because that r could run a little there There is a risk of image retention that can lead to the dreaded pixel burn-in but for normal use you will not have any problems in that regard I think so I don't know what you think about both TVs which one would you choose and why please let me know in the comment box if you liked this video I invite you to please click the like button and also subscribe to my channel if you haven't already and if you can, acquire a channel membership to access extra benefits and also That way they would support me and activate the notification bell so that they can know instantly every time I upload a new video, not being more, I say goodbye, see you in the next one and I invite you so that you can judge the performance of the sound system of both televisions

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