Enjoy the ultimate gaming experience with Samsung and Currys

Enjoy the ultimate gaming experience with Samsung and Currys
Gamers will love the flagship QN95B Neo QLED 4K HDR 2000 Smart TV. (Image credit: Samsung)

You might know that Samsung’s 2022 Neo QLED TVs are packed with state-of-the-art gaming features, but did you also know that Samsung’s Gaming Hub makes it easy to discover new releases and replay old favourites?

Faster, better and more convenient than splashing out on hardware, Samsung Gaming Hub is an all-in-one game streaming platform where players can get their fix without the need of a console or PC. No downloads are required – just a compatible controller and an internet connection (1).

Better still, Samsung Gaming Hub now supports Xbox Game Pass (2). That’s a real win for both casual and dedicated gamers because it makes it incredibly easy to join a thriving community of over 25 million Game Pass members around the world.

Of course, if you want to make the most of Samsung Gaming Hub you’ll need a Samsung smart TV. Happily, our good friends at Currys (opens in new tab) offer a couple of truly exceptional Samsung gaming TV that we absolutely adore…

We scored the flagship QN95B (opens in new tab) Neo QLED 4K HDR 2000 Smart TV five-stars for its “unprecedented contrast” and “spectacularly colourful” performance, day or night. And for console gaming it has four HDMI 2.1 sockets – all capable of handling the cutting edge gaming features of 4K 144Hz (3), VRR and ALLM – it’s every gamer’s dream. You won’t have to worry about messy cables either, since the QN95B’s connections are housed in an external One Connect box that can be hidden away. Clever.

We’re big fans of the QN90B (opens in new tab) Neo QLED 4K HDR 1500 Smart TV, too. We scored this TV five stars thanks to its “hugely impressive” gaming features. All four HDMI ports are capable of handling the 4K 120Hz (4) feeds from the latest Xbox and PS5 consoles, so you can enjoy thrilling on-screen action in the best possible quality.

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Samsung QN90B

The QN90B Neo QLED TV scored an impressive five stars in a recent What Hi-Fi? review.    (Image credit: Samsung)

Both the QN95B and QN90B have plenty more to offer gamers, so let’s take a deeper dive into what you can expect…

Fancy unrivalled 4K 144Hz refresh rates when playing on your favourite console*? Samsung’s Motion Xcelerator Turbo PRO tech reduces lag on the big screen to deliver ultra-responsive gameplay and lightning-fast 4K images. The QN90B/QN95B also boast FreeSync Premium Pro, which provides super-smooth, ultra-crisp HDR gaming without any annoying tearing or juddering.

Dynamic Black Equalizer technology is another great addition to these TVs. It reveals all of the finest details in the darkest scenes, so you’ll never miss an enemy lurking in the shadows. Gotcha! 

Want to switch things up between games? Samsung’s latest Game Bar 2.0 provides a handy shortcut to key gaming related tools and source information. And for a truly epic experience, Super Ultrawide Game View lets you play at wide 21:9 and ultrawide 32:9 aspect ratios, so you can bring the best out of your large screen TV. 

Nobody likes squinting at a TV during the heat of battle, so Wide Viewing Angle with Anti Reflection means you’ll always have the best seat in the house. 

For extra goosebumps, Dolby Atmos brings you immersive, cinematic surround sound. And since the QN95B and QN90B both rock eight multi-directional speakers (5), you’ll really feel it when an enemy helicopter passes overhead!

Love movies and sports too? The QN95B and QN90B feature Quantum Matrix Technology to precisely control Samsung’s Quantum Mini LEDs, rendering super-fine detail with epic intensity. All the while, Samsung’s most advanced AI-powered Processor expertly upscales the resolution of everything you watch to glorious 4K detail.

Ready to level up your gaming experience? The QN90B (opens in new tab) is available in 43-, 50-, 55-, 65-, 75- and 85-inch sizes. Prices start from only £799 at Currys. Want the best of everything? The flagship 4K QN95B (opens in new tab) comes in 55-, 65-, 75- and 85-inches. Prices start from just £1899 at Currys.

(1) Additional gaming service subscriptions may be required. Gaming Hub not available in the Republic of Ireland.

(2) Subscription required.

(3) Max 4K @144Hz. Supports VRR/4K@120Hz as specified in HDMI 2.1.

(4) Supports VRR/4K@120Hz as specified in HDMI 2.1.

(5) Max 4K @144Hz. Supports VRR/4K@120Hz as specified in HDMI 2.1. Applicable to QN95B and 43” and 50” QN90B.

(6) Not applicable to 43” and 50” QN90B.

(7) Neo on QN90B; Neural on QN95B

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