Massive 65in 5-star Samsung TV deal adds free Galaxy 5 Watch Pro

Take charge of the living room and your wrist

Sansung QN95C
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If you're looking for a big screen to bring your front room together, you probably already know that Samsung makes some of the best TVs out there. When it comes to Samsung's selection, we're particularly fond of the Samsung QN95C.

We gave this particular television a 5-star review and have it listed as the 'best for most people' in our guide to the best Samsung TVs for a good reason. It's one of the best sets out there. On top of that, if you order it from Samsung before the 12th of March, you'll get a free Galaxy Watch 5 Pro thrown in. 

But back to the QN95C, what makes this such a special TV? Well for a start it boasts a mini-LED 4K display that looks almost as brilliant as more expensive OLED panels. In fact, despite OLED's reputation for rich blacks and contrast, you'll have a hard time distinguishing it from the QN95C. That's thanks to it sporting twice the dimming zones as its predecessor (the QN95B), throw in HDR 10 and HDR 10+ and the end result is a veritable feast for the eyeballs. 

Samsung QN95C:

Samsung QN95C: <a href="https://www.awin1.com/awclick.php?awinmid=17946&awinaffid=103504&clickref=hawk-custom-tracking&p=https%3A%2F%2Fwww.samsung.com%2Fuk%2Ftvs%2Fqled-tv%2Fqn95c-65-inch-neo-qled-4k-smart-tv-qe65qn95catxxu%2F" data-link-merchant="samsung.com"" target="_blank" rel="sponsored">£2,199 with free Galaxy Watch 5 Pro at Samsung.com

A big beautiful TV with a free smartwatch sounds like a good deal to anyone. The QN95C is one of our favourite Samsung TVs and features a stunning 65" Mini-LED display. 

Aside from its stunning picture quality, the QN95C boasts some top connectivity options. It features no less than four HDMI 2.1 ports, which makes it a great choice for gaming amongst other things. You could connect multiple consoles and never worry about switching cables over again. Gamers can also make use of up to 144Hz variable refresh rate for smooth frame rates and a dedicated game mode which reduces input lag to a minuscule 9.8ms.

The only real negative about this TV is that while it features Dolby atmos audio certification, it doesn't support Dolby's Vision HDR, but it's far from a dealbreaker. If you're after a new TV and watch, maybe it's time for an upgrade. 

Andy Sansom
Staff Writer

Andy is T3's Tech Staff Writer, covering all things technology, including his biggest passions such as gaming, AI, phones, and basically anything cool and expensive he can get his hands on. If he had to save one possession from a fire it would be his PlayStation 5. He previously worked for Tom’s Guide - where he got paid to play with ChatGPT every day. When it comes to streaming, Andy will have his headphones glued in whilst watching something that will make him laugh. He studied Creative Writing at university, but also enjoys supporting his favourite football team (Liverpool), watching F1, teaching himself guitar, and spending time with his dog.