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Delivers excellent picture quality with deep black levels.
Effective video processing.
Stunning minimalist design with hairline bezel and low-profile stealth stand.
Cable box control scheme still inadequate for heavy DVR users.
Introduces significant input lag.
By Digital Trends on September 23, 2013
Any minor quirks associated with Samsung's ultra-rich Smart TV interface should be considered a by-product of aggressive efforts at improving the Smart TV experience. Future iterations will likely be even more refined, and that's exciting to...80
By Whathifi.com on September 12, 2013
We really like the Samsung: it's a cutting-edge set with improved smart features, a friendlier user experience, and a definite step up in both sound and picture performance. But it's not flawless: the motion and voice controls are far from...80
By Home Cinema Choice on September 07, 2013
The UE55F8000 hits the ground running with its design, which combines an on-trend slender bezel with a dark, glassy finish and built-in camera. However, other designs in this roundup are spectacular too, so the UE55F8000's styling alone won't be...100
By DigitalVersus on August 12, 2013
The Samsung F8000 certainly has more bells and whistles than any other TV on the market, from S-Recommendation to voice and motion control. The picture quality, however, is disappointing. We expected more out of a TV like this. Just like the F7000, in...80
By GadgetSpeak on July 30, 2013
For those looking for a large widescreen television, but lack enough space to accommodate the 55-inch UE55F8000 model I reported on recently, the Samsung UE46UF7000 product may be a viable...84
By Plasma TV Buying Guide on July 15, 2013
By CNET UK on July 05, 2013
The UE55F8000 is the best LED TV I've seen so far this year. It has strong picture and audio quality and a truly excellent smart TV system, making it a well-rounded package. Nevertheless, it's hugely expensive and if you mostly use your TV to...90
By PC Advisor on July 05, 2013
The Samsung UE55F8000 is the jewel in Samsung's market-leading TV crown. It boasts a cutting-edge feature set which includes second-generation voice and gesture control, updated smart-TV functionality and a battery of picture technology refinements....90
By T3 Magazine on July 01, 2013
All things considered, it's difficult not to be impressed by this flatscreen flagship. Cosmetics are first rate and the feature spec is unrelentingly ambitious. While Samsung's much-touted voice control remains frustrating to use - the set still...-
By uk.hardware.info on June 21, 2013
Samsung claims it has created the TV that finally understands its viewer. If we take that statement literally, the new F8000 falls a bit short. That's because the voice recognition isn't available in all languages yet, and the personal...-