Like all of Samsung QLED TVs, the Q70’s LCD panel is also augmented by a layer of— microscopic nanocrystals that glow a specific wavelength (i.e. color) when given energy. The effect is better brightness and color compared to non-QD-equipped TVs. The Q70 uses a , which improves the TVs’ motion performance, but as usual the “Motion Rate 240” specification is made up (note that the 49-inch size is 60Hz/MR 120).
The set supports high dynamic range (HDR) content in the. It lacks the Dolby Vision HDR support found on most competitors’ HDR TVs. I’ve seen no evidence that one HDR format is inherently “better” than the other, so I definitely don’t consider lack of Dolby Vision a deal-breaker on this TV — instead it’s just one more factor to consider.”