Samsung’s Q60A and Q70A entry-level QLED 4K TVs are comparable, but there is more to them than just the looks.
If you are looking for a 2021 Samsung QLED that won’t cost you a fortune, the Q60A and Q70A are some of the best choices you can make.
The Q60 A has a 43-inch display, which aims to be one of the best tvs under $1000 of the year.
However, the Q70A is attractive for those who want to go big – it has a 55-inches display, and it has better connectivity than the Q60A. Plus, it has enhanced AI processing capabilities.
Are there any other differences, though? Let’s see!
There is obviously a price premium for the Q70A over the Q60A, as it upwards of $4,000 in some cases.
Samsung did an outstanding job with the styling of the devices.
Both have flatscreens and boast a 25cm thin “AirSlim” look, with a pleasant, three-sided micro bezel.
However, the main difference in terms of design is the stand style.
The Q60A features two individual feet, which will require sturdy furniture or wall-mounting.
Their height is adjustable to make decent room for soundbars without obstructing the screen.
The Q70, on the other hand, has a simple central pedestal stand, making it simpler to manage furniture-wise.
There are some connectivity-related differences between the two – The Q60A has only three HDMI inputs, with eARC. They are all HDMI 2.0, but that won’t allow you to use next-gen consoles at 4k 120Hz.
The Q70A, on the other hand, has a total of four HDMI ports. One of those is HDMI 2.1, meaning that it can be used to transmit 4k 120Hz footage.