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Up your game with the Samsung Gaming Hub in Neo QLED at Currys

Samsung Neo QLED range
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The Samsung Gaming Hub* is the secret weapon up Samsung's sleeve for its 2022 range of TVs. The Gaming Hub is your one-stop shop for gaming on your Samsung TV, from cloud gaming apps to special gaming-specific settings.

Now usually the top gaming TVs will have options for tweaking settings to ensure you're getting the best for your games, and while Samsung TVs do have that, they're also taking things one giant leap forward with the Samsung Gaming Hub. It lives up to its name in every way, providing you with instant access to services like Xbox Cloud Gaming, Nvidia GeForce Now, Utomik, Antstream, Blacknut, Twitch, YouTube, Spotify, and more from one destination. 

That means, by grabbing an Xbox Controller and signing up for Game Pass Ultimate, you can enjoy titles like Sea of Thieves, Forza Horizon 5, and Halo Infinite without needing to buy an Xbox Series X or Xbox Series S. That's right - no console required, just a 2022 Samsung TV and compatible controller.

The Samsung Gaming Hub also supports Nvidia GeForce Now for PC game streaming, which makes it incredibly easy to unlock PC gaming using only your TV too.   

The 2022 Samsung QN90B and QN95B Neo QLED 4K TVs are both available now at Currys, and will be the perfect additions to your setup. Let’s break down both TVs to see which is best for you.

Available at Currys now: Samsung QN90B Neo QLED 4K HDR 1500 Smart TV

Samsung QLED HDR 1500 Smart TV

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The Samsung QN90B Neo QLED 4K TV (opens in new tab) has the option for 43-inch or 50-inch variations that are perfect for either a really flashy monitor or a set that won't dominate your living room. 

The Neo QLED panel always ensures exceptionally detailed 4K images, and Samsung's Neo Quantum Processor ensures buttery smooth image quality whatever you're playing. 

If you're planning on wiring up a gaming console or PC you can be sure to get 144Hz refresh rates at 4K thanks to Samsung's Motion Xcelerator Turbo PRO**.

The QN90B also features Dolby Atmos for virtual 3D surround sound for whatever you're watching - really helpful for games where knowing where your enemies are is always important. Samsung's Game Bar 2.0 menu lets you tweak various settings too, offering support for ultrawide aspect ratios for playing games at 21:9 and 32:9. Now that's immersion.

Available at Currys now: Samsung QN95B Flagship Neo QLED 4K HDR 2000 Smart TV 

Samsung QN95B Flagship Neo QLED 4K HDR 2000 Smart TV

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The next step up from the QN90B is the QN95B, which is the flagship of Samsung's 2022 Neo QLED 4K range (opens in new tab). Sizes start at 55-inches so you'll be sure to be wowed from the minute your ultra slim new TV enters your home. It's the same beautiful Neo QLED panel for vibrant bright colors and excellent contrast, but it's got an upgraded processer over its QN90B brethren. 

The Neural Quantum Processor 4K is Samsung's most intelligent yet, and is constantly analysing images to ensure you're getting the best version of every frame. Plus, these QN95B TVs also have anti-glare tech to ensure you can game or watch TV at any time of day without distracting glare. 

The 144Hz refresh rate is here too, and HDMI 2.1 functionality means it's ready if you invest in a PS5 or Xbox Series X down the line. The TV is so slim that all your connectivity is fed through a separate box called the Attachable Slim One Connect Box, which means you can tidy away all your wires and other gaming gubbins. Bliss. 

Sound-wise, the QN95B gets an upgrade too with eight multi-directional speakers to ensure Samsung's Super Surround Sound gets you every detail of your games, TV shows, and movies. It really is quite the flagship.

*Not available in Ireland

**Max 4K @144Hz. Supports VRR/4K@120Hz as specified in HDMI 2.1.55”+ QN90B supports VRR/4K@120Hz as specified in HDMI 2.1.