Planning on shopping for a TV during Black Friday? You're not alone! Let me assure you that you don't need to wait until the big day. We've already seen some of the biggest Black Friday deals hitting now, weeks in advance. Dell isn't wasting any time, either, showing off just a few of the deals you'll be able to see later in its Black Friday Sneak Peek. Right now you can get the Samsung QN65Q60RAFXZA 65-inch QLED Q60R Series 4K HDR smart TV down to its lowest price at $997.99. This is a deal that has been matched by Amazon.

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Samsung QN65Q60RAFXZA 65-inch QLED Q60R Series 4K HDR smart TV

Samsung's QLED tech ensures brilliant color, exceptional accuracy, and observable depth to every picture. It supports 4K resolutions and HDR10+ content. When not in use, turn the blank screen into a work of art. Works with Alexa and Google Assistant.

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Several versions of the Q60R series are on sale here. Upgrade to the 75-inch version for just $1,497.99 or go with the 55-inch screen while it's down to $697.99. These are ridiculously low prices for one of Samsung's best 4K TVs to come out this year.

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The Q60R offers a lot of improvements over last year's Samsung TVs within the same price range. It has 4K resolutions along with a quantum processor that can instantly upscale content to 4K. Plus, Samsung's QLED technology, also called Quantum dots, offers 100% color volume with exceptional depth, billions of shades of color, and the sort of detail that looks great as a centerpiece for your living room. There's also support for HDR content through HDR10+, which helps bring every image to life.

It's also a great TV for playing video games because it has relatively low input lag, good motion handling, and support for AMD's FreeSync technology to reduce screen tearing.

When you're not using the TV, you can set the screen to Ambient Mode. Turn it into a work of art or display information that's relevant to you like the weather. You could set it up to show some of your favorite photos, too. The TV finds more ways to be useful even when you aren't using it.

The smart functions are very good as well. You can control it with your voice by hooking it up to an Amazon Alexa or Google Assistant voice assistant. Use the built-in Bixby voice commands, too. It can also be set up to work with other systems like Samsung's SmartThings or OneRemote.

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