Samsung UE55HU8200 Smart 3D 4K Ultra HD 55 Curved LED TV @ Currys £2399.00 with voucher FOOTY100 used at checkout - HotUKDeals
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Samsung UE55HU8200 Smart 3D 4K Ultra HD 55 Curved LED TV @ Currys £2,399.00 with voucher FOOTY100 used at checkout

£2399.00 @ Currys
Currys currently have £100 off this amazing TV just by entering the code "FOOTY100" at the checkout. The TV quality is ridiculous and everything looks real on the screen. 2 pairs of 3D glasses come wi… Read More
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2y, 11m agoFound 2 years, 11 months ago
Currys currently have £100 off this amazing TV just by entering the code "FOOTY100" at the checkout. The TV quality is ridiculous and everything looks real on the screen. 2 pairs of 3D glasses come with it (Active 3D) and if you buy instore you have finance options available. They also have a 65" version at £3899.00 if you prefer the bigger screen.
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#1
great looking tv, seen it at Currys last week. But I'll wait till the price will drop a bit...
#2
I looked at that TV. tbh I don't see much point of a curved TV..
#3
Great TV, but the price will have to drop another grand before I can be tempted.
#4
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I looked at that TV. tbh I don't see much point of a curved TV..
Have you seen one? You need to sit relatively close to get the benefit, otherwise you may as well stick with a flat screen,
#5
How well do these upscale 1080p to 4k? I remember the first few generations of of FHD TV's were hopeless at displaying a non 1080p image.
#6
I cant imagine it's anything like that but I can only update once I've bought it. just thought it was a decent deal so I posted it on here
#7
Nice tv but a couple of points.

1) 55" is too small for 4k unless you're about 6' away from the tv to get the most out of the detail.
2) Unless it's hdmi 2.0 there's no easy way you're getting anything above 30fps in 4k.
3) No one broadcasts anything but 1080i in the uk.

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