Same here from Spain with a 55'' Q6FN. A moderator from the Spanish Samsung community said that this would be fixed with a new firmware update. That was more than one month ago... Fingers crossed
By the way. I did own an Samsung QQLED 65 FN. I was blowned away by the picture quality in 4 K content. I could watch youtube videos in 4K all evening. Then I watched Netlix and saw the white blooming around the subtitles.
Normal content i SD was very good.
Sports was terrible. Dirty Screen effect specially in wintersports and soccer.
Then I bought an LG 65 C8. Much better watching sports. No DSE. Normal SD fine, but not so upscaled as in the Qled.
Netlix ok, but I was not blowned away. Its like the 4 k content is not 4k, but HD. I havent watched so much Netflix, becautse its just normal.
Another thing. The tv stand on the Oled is reflecting from the panel. Very ennoying.
Just bought the QE55Q6FNATXZG and immediately I noticed this annoying issue.
I can't believe that this is happening in 2019 with such a big company, and after so many similar reports accross the internet, they do nothing to resolve this. TV is completely unwatchable, will see if it's possible to return it here for LG/Sony.
Same thing happening with my 65" Q6FN 2018 here in Ireland. I normally watch a lot of bright content, but on the occasion when I watch a moody movie, TV show or scary game I really notice this issue. Subtitles in particular throw the brightness off the most freqeuntly but it could be any bright object that moves in and out of the scene, like a streetlight behind an actor. Its dreadful to witness and made me realise I chose this TV based on excelent lab based performance rather than real world usage. Kinda like a dieselgate situation I guess.
And on an NU8000, and not only with subtitles. Any bright object on screen causes the entire display to brighten. Character is standing in front of a window and moves away? Brighter screen. Character drags on a cigarette? Brighter screen. It is so obvious I can't believe anyone at Samsung thinks it’s acceptable. Here’s hoping for an update.
Yeah this is something I don't get. Like, did they only test the TV in scenes that were already bright? Because it's typical of TV shows to be shot quite dimly, so it would be impossible for them not to notice unless they never tested it properly. It just seems a weird choice they've made. I would 100% rather the backlight just be on at a set amount at all times and deal with the slight gray uniformity issues instead as that is by FAR much harder to notice
I sure hope they fix it. In audition to fixing the problem, I also want them to allow us to turn off local dimming for the sake of calibration. I want to be able to adjust my picture settings without any fluctuations. Please Samsung I beg you, if Sony and Lg let us turn local dimming off why don't you?
Just wanted to pitch in and say that I also noticed this while watching some anime today which I have to use subtitles for, it is really annoying, everything on the tv looks quite good so it is indeed a shame.
I am in Sweden on a NU8045 65" model by the way. No changes to any setting makes a difference.