Philips 50PUS6272/05 50-Inch 4K Ultra HD Smart TV with Ambilight 3-sided, HDR Plus, Freeview Play - Dark silver (2017 Model) £419 Amazon
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Philips 50PUS6272/05 50-Inch 4K Ultra HD Smart TV with Ambilight 3-sided, HDR Plus, Freeview Play - Dark silver (2017 Model) £419 Amazon

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Found 28th Feb
Very nice deal!!!! Down from 530£ (21% off
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Gollywood5 m ago

Try taking a £800 TV back few months after purchase. Your opinion will …Try taking a £800 TV back few months after purchase. Your opinion will soon change.They are great a taking back items like kettles and curtain rails....


I wouldn't buy an £800 TV from Argos or Amazon, because there are just plain better places to buy TVs like John Lewis and Richer Sounds who offer five/six year warranties and price matching. But if you want this model there aren't many options, as retailers that stock Philips TVs are fairly scarce in the UK.
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Hey @cata_0782 - thanks for posting! This seems like a great deal
Same price in Argos as well 🏻
stuham693 m ago

Same price in Argos as well 🏻


So, a place with crappy customer-service is charging the same as Amazon, Thanks, but obviously, no thanks.
Edited by: "Epicurean" 28th Feb
ITMA2 m ago

So, a place with crappy customer-service is charging the same as Amazon, …So, a place with crappy customer-service is charging the same as Amazon, Thanks, but obviously, no thanks.


Based on?
ITMA3 m ago

So, a place with crappy customer-service is charging the same as Amazon, …So, a place with crappy customer-service is charging the same as Amazon, Thanks, but obviously, no thanks.


I have never had an issue with argos customers services on the last 20 years.

Anyway. Good to know about argos. People might have some vouchers from other deals and save a bit
stuham699 m ago

Same price in Argos as well 🏻


I'd pay a few pennies more NOT to have to buy it from Argos!
What even is HDR+?
ITMA8 m ago

So, a place with crappy customer-service is charging the same as Amazon, …So, a place with crappy customer-service is charging the same as Amazon, Thanks, but obviously, no thanks.


Your opinion counts for sweet FA thanks
Gollywood7 m ago

I'd pay a few pennies more NOT to have to buy it from Argos!


i have found argos to be incredibly efficent when i have purchased items online from them
ITMA24 m ago

So, a place with crappy customer-service is charging the same as Amazon, …So, a place with crappy customer-service is charging the same as Amazon, Thanks, but obviously, no thanks.

Based on? Argos have been superb whenever I've dealt with them. I remember a couple of years back when they mispriced a mechanical keyboard and it went nuclear on here, they went out of their way to fulfill orders of them. I'm actually typing on mine right now. Their returns policy is also every bit as good as Amazon's too. Perhaps slightly better, given you can return the item to a store and get an instant refund.
Edited by: "Aretak" 28th Feb
Aretak1 m ago

Based on? Argos have been superb whenever I've dealt with them. I remember …Based on? Argos have been superb whenever I've dealt with them. I remember a couple of years back when they mispriced a mechanical keyboard and it went nuclear on here, they went out of their way to fulfill orders of them. I'm actually typing on mine right now. Their returns policy is also every bit as good as Amazon's too. Perhaps slightly better, given you can return the item to a store and get an instant refund.

Try taking a £800 TV back few months after purchase. Your opinion will soon change.

They are great a taking back items like kettles and curtain rails....
Gollywood5 m ago

Try taking a £800 TV back few months after purchase. Your opinion will …Try taking a £800 TV back few months after purchase. Your opinion will soon change.They are great a taking back items like kettles and curtain rails....


I wouldn't buy an £800 TV from Argos or Amazon, because there are just plain better places to buy TVs like John Lewis and Richer Sounds who offer five/six year warranties and price matching. But if you want this model there aren't many options, as retailers that stock Philips TVs are fairly scarce in the UK.
has it still got android??
Anyone know how wide the feet are on this ? Seems a deal.. but ideally a central stand would be ace
ITMA1 h, 5 m ago

So, a place with crappy customer-service is charging the same as Amazon, …So, a place with crappy customer-service is charging the same as Amazon, Thanks, but obviously, no thanks.


I was only advising other people as post said 1 left in stock on amazon. Thanks for airing ur opinion though. Never had a problem with Argos with returns. That’s my opinion aired as well. 😜
Edited by: "stuham69" 28th Feb
fame32 m ago

has it still got android??


Anyone know?
If it does I might bite(ideally wanted 49 inch though)
bluecityste6 m ago

Anyone know?If it does I might bite(ideally wanted 49 inch though)



whathifi.com/phi…iew Apparently not. It has some other Linux based OS (which supposedly is pretty crappy)
shaneparkes945 m ago

No Android, uses Linux based …No Android, uses Linux based OShttps://www.whathifi.com/philips/50pus6272/review


And what do you think Android is based on?
laldude5 m ago

High Dynamic …High Dynamic Range.https://www.whathifi.com/advice/hdr-tv-what-it-how-can-you-get-it


But what does the + mean?
chancooluk2 h, 1 m ago

But what does the + mean?


I think its the HDR10+ which is created by Samsung and backed by companies like Panasonic, Philips and Amazon.
Although not brilliant, I believe Philips TVs come with a 2 year warranty.
I bought this Tv about 2 weeks ago....it has a great picture quality once you tweak the settings (out of the box are known to be bad!)....but mine is going back within 30 day period due to regular dropping of a reliable WiFi signal (and Philips fix is to turn tv off and on again), as well as losing the ARC connection with the sound bar......neither of which happened on my old smart Tv
chancooluk3 h, 21 m ago

But what does the + mean?



TellyLover2 h, 44 m ago

This.


HDR10+ adds support for dynamic metadata, it's essentially a competitor to Dolby Vision. Not much use for it at the moment but the extra data allows finer control over the effect, it also improves tone mapping as it takes the peak brightness of the screen into account. Hopefully that makes sense
I presume this is FakeDR, so not even real HDR nevermind HDR+, Trading Standards really need to clamp down on this.
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