Curved Samsung 49" UHD - £470 instore @ Sainsbury's - Hampton
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Curved Samsung 49" UHD - £470 instore @ Sainsbury's - Hampton

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LocalFound 15th Jan
50" & 49" Samsung TV's Sainsbury's Hampton
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Curved screens are dead. Like 3D.
Edited by: "fiestasteve44" 15th Jan
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Model numbers would be handy, looks like 6 series possibly with a 20 on the end.... Can't make it out
49mu6220?

Model numbers would be really useful.
UE49MU6220KXXU
Reggie1003 m ago

UE49MU6220KXXU


If that is correct, it's a pound cheaper at Crampton & Moore
Curved screens are dead. Like 3D.
Edited by: "fiestasteve44" 15th Jan
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£470 for a 49 incher??? Seriously guys??? No 4K! Have you not heard of Polaroid or Digihome or Finlux????? They do a 55 incher for below £400!
iBuyWhatIWant34 m ago

£470 for a 49 incher??? Seriously guys??? No 4K! Have you not heard of …£470 for a 49 incher??? Seriously guys??? No 4K! Have you not heard of Polaroid or Digihome or Finlux????? They do a 55 incher for below £400!


Says 4K on the box.
With those brands u quoted, watching Netflix in 4K must be a hoot.
I don't want to get into trouble with the police so I would never buy a bent TV
iBuyWhatIWant5 h, 28 m ago

£470 for a 49 incher??? Seriously guys??? No 4K! Have you not heard of …£470 for a 49 incher??? Seriously guys??? No 4K! Have you not heard of Polaroid or Digihome or Finlux????? They do a 55 incher for below £400!


Google UHD and learn a little. Maybe you won't put your foot in it again.
iBuyWhatIWant5 h, 47 m ago

£470 for a 49 incher??? Seriously guys??? No 4K! Have you not heard of …£470 for a 49 incher??? Seriously guys??? No 4K! Have you not heard of Polaroid or Digihome or Finlux????? They do a 55 incher for below £400!


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Still.... Personally I wouldn't buy a bent one. I think it's a gimmick. Samsung even admitted it was little use on anything under 60".
Although curved screens are a fading fad... They can be useful if you sitting close ...which sometimes needs to be done like when using the computer (hpc) and the font is too small in 4k resolution....
I bought a curved 55inch screen mainly because it was cheaper than its flat equivalent. And the curve doesn't bother me at all ... During normal watching don't even realise it's there untill you start looking for it.
Edited by: "AbuG" 16th Jan
As an owner of a curved screen I would say it has absolutely zero impact on your viewing experience. I got my curved screen as the flat equivalent was a few hundred pounds more. I bought mine when they coudnt get rid of curved screens fast enough and were selling them at knock down prices. If you have the same opportunity then by all means go for the curved screen.

If you can hold fire on a telly purchase, wait until April or May when the 2016 models get fire sold to make way for the 2017 models.
AbuG16th Jan

Although curved screens are a fading fad... They can be useful if you …Although curved screens are a fading fad... They can be useful if you sitting close ...which sometimes needs to be done like when using the computer (hpc) and the font is too small in 4k resolution....I bought a curved 55inch screen mainly because it was cheaper than its flat equivalent. And the curve doesn't bother me at all ... During normal watching don't even realise it's there untill you start looking for it.



Agreed, have a 55" KS7500 curved and it does not look any different to watching a normal flatscreen. It probably is a gimmick, but certainly does not detract from viewing angles or quality.
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