Originally Posted by Lorderl
This is my concern as well. What videos I found did not go into +FRC. What's the impact on 4k disc viewing, streaming etc.., or on gaming?
It doesn’t have an impact on those viewings and it also was never confirmed that FRC is being used on the Q90T. I posted a link to an easy way to see if Samsung is using FRC and we discussed this in the Q90T owners thread. Since it appears only the Q90T is native 10bit there has been conflicting information.
“Screen 8bit + FRC or 10bit how to check in Samsung
There are several ways to check which screen is installed on your Samsung TV.
1 way – the easiest to find out the type of screen, see the technical specifications. Until 2020, Samsung indicated the number of shades. If there was a footnote, one could find a note that dithering technology was applied. But since 2020, this does not work. Samsung has stopped, for example, in QLED TVs, indicate the number of shades displayed on the screen. It is only indicated that the screen supports 100% color tones in quantum displays. But you can pay attention to the backlight technology used in the TV. The backlight technology is applied to a specific type of screen.
Supreme UHD Dimming – TV 8bit + FRC
Ultimate UHD Dimming (pro) – the TV screen is 10bit.”
They also provide a chart for this years models:
“Screens in QLED 4k 2020
In 2020, the Q60T, Q70T, Q80T series of TVs installed updated screens. They use a new type of backlight, a double LED (backlight consists of two types of bright white LEDs and warm white light), which improves the overall perception of the image. But the screens themselves use cheaper materials and technologies, so the screens have a color depth of only 8 bits, to increase the number of shades, dithering technology (backlight blinking) is used. Q60T and Q70T backlight side, Q80T and Q90T direct. The Q90T model is produced with screen matrices of the previous 2019 series with a color depth of 10 bits without dithering. Yes, and we note in the Q60T TV screen matrix only supports 60 frames per second.”
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