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    Unboxing Samsung’s New 75″ Neo QLED 8K QN800C TV – Big And Bold

    The QN800C TV is one of the three latest iterations of Samsung’s Neo QLED 8K TV lineup for 2023. The other two models, the QN700C and QN900C are the lowest and highest range models in the series respectively. The unit that we’re unboxing, the QN800C is the mid-range model but even so, it’s still armed to its teeth with admirable technologies, features, and build quality.

    In this article, we’ll be stripping some packaging away and showing you the latest 75″ Neo QLED 8K QN800C TV. We also covered the TV’s perfect audio companion the Samsung Q-Series Soundbar, the HW-Q990C in another article that you can read at the link.

    Display And Video Specs





    Display Information

    7,680 x 4,320 resolution
    100Hz Refresh Rate
    Anti-Reflection – Yes

    Picture Engine

    Neural Quantum Processor 8K


    Neo Quantum HDR 8K Plus
    HDR 10+
    For Adaptive / Gaming

    AI Upscale


    HLG (Hybrid Log Gamma)



    Quantum Matrix Technology Pro


    100% Colour Volume with Quantum Dot

    Viewing Angle


    Brightness/Colour Detection


    Micro Dimming

    Ultimate 8K Dimming Pro

    Contrast Enhancer

    Real Depth Enhancer Pro
    Film Mode


    Motion Technology

    Motion Xcelerator Turbo+

    Picture Clarity


    Smart Calibration


    AI HDR Remastering

    Auto HDR Remastering

    But This TV Won’t Come Cheap

    With a terribly handsome price tag of RM 22,699 in Malaysia, the amount speaks volumes that this isn’t the TV for those not seeking the best there is. But there is some good news for now. There’s a special Early Order discount going on at this moment on Samsung’s website that will last until May 24th, when you can own the TV for just RM 18,199.

    That’s a hefty RM 4,500 discount if you’re still going through your mental arithmetic and that’s not even the best part yet. The best part is, getting the TV during its Early Ordering stage will entitle you to a free upgrade. So, if you are going for a 75″, you’ll be walking home with an 85″.

    Audio Specs

    Dolby Atmos


    Adaptive Sound

    Adaptive Sound Pro
    Active Voice Amplifier


    Object Tracking Sound




    Sound Output (RMS)

    Speaker Type




    Multiroom Link


    Bluetooth Audio

    Dual Audio Support (Bluetooth)


    Buds Auto Switch


    What’s In The Box

    • Samsung SolarCell Remote – TM2360E
    • Attachable Slim One Connect control box
    • Slim Fit Wall Mount Support
    • Optional One Connect Cable Support
    • Vesa Wall Mount Support
    • Full Motion Slim Wall Mount Y22
    • SlimFit Cam Support
    • Power Cable
    • Built-in Zigbee/Thread Module
    • User Manual
    • Polystyrene foam that doubles as a TV stand during installation
    • The 75″ Neo QLED 8K QN800C TV itself

    The weight of the TV in the box is no joke. If you’re wondering how much it weighs, the answer is 57 kilograms. You’d be better off relying on the installation guys to do the installation for you unless you are real men like us, who prefer to do things the hard and dumb way.

    The attachable Slim One Connect control box

    Smart Service And Features

    Operating System

    Tizen™ Smart TV
    Bixby US English, UK English, India English, Korean, French, German, Italian, Spanish, BR Portuguese (features vary by language)
    Far-Field Voice Interaction


    Web Browser




    Media Home


    Multi-Device Experience

    TV to Mobile, Mobile to TV, TV initiate mirroring, TV Sound to Mobile, Sound Mirroring, Wireless TV On
    Tap View


    Video Communication

    Google Meet


    Up to 4 videos

    Music Wall


    Mobile Camera Support


    Easy Setup


    App Casting


    Ambient Mode

    Ambient Mode+

    Wireless Dex


    Web Service

    Microsoft 365


    Nifty Gateway

    But a bit of a fun fact on this packaging. As one of the environmentally-conscious brands, Samsung started utilising what they called the Samsung Eco-Packaging in 2019. The design is such that this cardboard you see here is actually primed for upcycling possibilities. If you’re new to this term, to upcycle means to creatively reuse or re-purpose a material into something else. This box right here has more life in it still.

    Notice the dotted lines on the box, they are to make it easier for planning and lining up cuts.

    To inspire this practice with some ideas, Samsung has even included a QR code on the box that’ll take users to a website with instructions on what the card box can be converted into. It can be a small box or stand for your books, your remote controls, to put your console on, or even turned into a cat or dog house for your furry companion’s sake. Let your imaginations go wild.

    Ports I/O & Connectivity



    HDMI (High Frame Rate)

    4K 120Hz (for HDMI 1/2/3/4)



    USB-C (Camera Only)


    Ethernet (LAN)

    Digital Audio Out (Optical)


    RF In (Terrestrial / Cable input)

    1/1(Common Use for Terrestrial)/0

    Wireless LAN Built-in

    Yes (WiFi6E)


    Yes (BT5.2)
    Anynet+ (HDMI-CEC)


    HDMI Audio Return Channel


    Easy Installation

    The entire packaging was cleverly designed in such a way that if the user follows its unboxing guide, the installation would be easy and anyone can set up and install the base to the TV on their own despite its weight and size.

    Part of the polystyrene foam used on top in the packaging can be reused back to attach onto the polystyrene foam clamping the bottom of the TV. This enlarges the base, allowing the TV to stand safely as you go about assembling the base before eventually attaching the base to the TV itself.

    The whole design and process were just genius and easy to understand. But after you completed the assembly, carrying the TV up and placing it in the space you intended for it (if you hadn’t already set it up on a TV cabinet) would require at least 2 guys. This is not negotiable.

    The TV plus the stand now minus the box, is 43.7 kilograms. So again, definitely go with the option to include installation with your delivery. There’s no point trying to be a hero about this unless you have some really great and ready pals who don’t mind giving you a hand.

    All in all, it took us lesser than 15 minutes to assemble the TV for use, and it would be another 5-10 minutes or so to set it up (connecting to the internet, first-time setup, etc).

    When turned on the first time, the beauty of this 8K capable 75″ QLED panel quickly made a good impression.

    It remains to be seen if the quality it comes with justifies its price tag but so far, it does seem pretty confident to meet any tests and challenges we’re about to issue. But we’ll be talking about specs and performance in the next full review piece as soon as we are ready. Meanwhile, stay tuned!

    The Editor-Mischief, or if according to the signature in his email, 'in-chief', of Loves complaining about FIFA games but still buys them every year nonetheless. Prefer subs over dubs. Got his ass kicked in Bloodborne and swore never to play it again.

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