Philips 50PUS6272/05 50-Inch 4K Ultra HD Smart TV with HDR & Ambilight 3-sided £409 @ Amazon
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Philips 50PUS6272/05 50-Inch 4K Ultra HD Smart TV with HDR & Ambilight 3-sided £409 @ Amazon

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Found 25th Apr
Cracking deal - the cheapest price this TV has been. Perfect timing - not even disappointed about the Ebuyer Samsung cancellation, as I preferred this TV anyway!
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Was just about to post this. Great budget 4k with ambilight.
Seen this in action and its a very nice set, even out of the box, picture is very good. My Hisense m3300 pales in comparison.
4k and hd are stunning on this set with right settings. Ambilight a great addition. Only disappointment is sd pictures but it is great value for money. Built in Netflix app runs flawlessly too, kept my binging other half happy, especially having the Netflix button on the remote.
Edited by: "jp1843" 25th Apr
Anyone know the response time on this for gaming please? Doesn't seem to say in the specs. Thanks
Edited by: "SavB" 25th Apr
I’ve been lingering HUKD looking for a good TV for a new flat...and I’ve gone for it! Thanks OP! (Now hoping for no ridiculous deals before the World Cup...)
SavB2 m ago

Anyone know the response time on this for gaming please? Doesn't seem to …Anyone know the response time on this for gaming please? Doesn't seem to say in the specs. Thanks



27ms according to stuff.tv/phi…iew which is the reason I bought it, as it seems perfect for gaming considering its great-for-the-price HDR too.
SavB3 m ago

Anyone know the response time on this for gaming please? Doesn't seem to …Anyone know the response time on this for gaming please? Doesn't seem to say in the specs. Thanks


27ms according to this review.
Is it android smart?
good price, I had this TV and returned due to a fault with internet connectivity (a rogue set most likely)...the TV isn't the most aesthetically pleasing (if that matters to you) but the picture is great as people have commented.....Ambilight is going to be like marmite for people....you will love it....or hate it
Ive got this. Anyone else who has it think that its blacks are terrible and there's a significant white 'haze' shining through? Mine is so bad im almost thinking it's faulty
I'm waiting for the 55" to go back to £450! I wish I got it from ao when I had the chance!
Nice deal
Gollywood19 m ago

Is it android smart?


No, but you wouldn't really want it anyway. Most Android TV runs on fairly mediocre MediaTek chipsets. They're pretty slow to get updates and are lacking a few apps (TV Player is absent yet available on Fire TV and Nvidia Shield)

If you want Android TV, get a dedicated box that you can eventually update.
Des-picable33 m ago

27ms according to https://www.stuff.tv/philips/50pus6272/review which is …27ms according to https://www.stuff.tv/philips/50pus6272/review which is the reason I bought it, as it seems perfect for gaming considering its great-for-the-price HDR too.


One of the Amazon reviews says that using HDR drastically increases the response time and makes games unplayable? Have you noticed this?
SavB6 m ago

One of the Amazon reviews says that using HDR drastically increases the …One of the Amazon reviews says that using HDR drastically increases the response time and makes games unplayable? Have you noticed this?



Yeah, another one says 'For gamers, there is OTA firmware update (through the TV menu) to eliminate input lag in HDR gaming mode, and after the update lag is very low (25-30ms). Minimal ghosting, perfect for fast paced games.'
Only one year guarantee. Unfortunately
Edited by: "MartinCox" 25th Apr
SavB12 m ago

One of the Amazon reviews says that using HDR drastically increases the …One of the Amazon reviews says that using HDR drastically increases the response time and makes games unplayable? Have you noticed this?


That was a bug, which as noted has been addressed via a firmware update. Though frankly this TV isn't really built for HDR anyway, given its low peak brightness and lack of local dimming, so you may find that turning it off results in a more pleasing picture anyway.

That said, it's a fantastic basic 4K TV for SDR usage. I have one of them and Ambilight really sets it apart from other lower mid-range 4K sets around this price. The effect that it has on black levels in a dark room is incredible, frankly. I'd never used bias lighting before, but it's essentially voodoo magic. It makes the black levels look almost on par with an OLED. Very low amount of ghosting too, which can be a problem with cheap VA panels.

The smart TV system isn't amazing, but it does a solid, basic job and has most of the apps you'd want (with 4K playback).
MartinCox3 m ago

Only one year guarantee


Should be two years, as stated on the product page:

All Philips TVs come with a 2 year warranty
Amazon have a used one for £364.01 would this have 2 years guarantee?
MartinCox8 m ago

Amazon have a used one for £364.01 would this have 2 years guarantee?



All purchases eligible for Amazon customer service and a 30-day return policy
Rubbish TV. I've got the 55" one. Worst purchase ever. Philips support is rubbish too. Keeps crashing when it feels like it. Half the time software updates don't apply without errors and internet connection issues too. Nothing resolved with Philips so have to live it with.

Great picture when it works but so many alternatives just spend abit more in my opinion.
Not sure whether to get this or some strawberries.
Faisalgondal6 m ago

Rubbish TV. I've got the 55" one. Worst purchase ever. Philips support is …Rubbish TV. I've got the 55" one. Worst purchase ever. Philips support is rubbish too. Keeps crashing when it feels like it. Half the time software updates don't apply without errors and internet connection issues too. Nothing resolved with Philips so have to live it with. Great picture when it works but so many alternatives just spend abit more in my opinion.


It's worth noting that there are differences between the 50" and 55" versions (the 50" uses a VA panel whilst the 55" uses an IPS panel for example), so the experience may not be comparable between the two. I can't say I've had any of those issues with the 50" version.
Aretak53 m ago

It's worth noting that there are differences between the 50" and 55" …It's worth noting that there are differences between the 50" and 55" versions (the 50" uses a VA panel whilst the 55" uses an IPS panel for example), so the experience may not be comparable between the two. I can't say I've had any of those issues with the 50" version.


Have you, or anyone else, tried the HDR while gaming? Any good for that?
I have the android version, really good tv, works well with my Xbox One X
Good spot OP it’s amazing it for the price I have it and love it
Been scouring HUKD for weeks for this tv and was about to settle for it in 43" so I am grateful to you for posting this! Heat added
Kevin_Kane1 h, 38 m ago

Have you, or anyone else, tried the HDR while gaming? Any good for that?


I wouldn't get it if you're looking for impactful HDR. A wide colour gamut, local dimming and high peak brightness are what you want for HDR, and it has none of the three (as is normal in this price category). You're really still looking at around the £1000 mark and something like the Sony XE90 for what I'd consider "real" HDR. I have a Sony XE93 as well and the difference is obviously night and day for HDR content, but they're a lot closer than you'd expect when it comes to SDR (which does make up 99.99% of content out there right now, at a conservative estimate).
Edited by: "Aretak" 25th Apr
I bought it this morning at £419.99 and thought I was getting a good deal as it was £479.99 last night.

Mine is getting delivered by Hermes. Not sure how that is going to work as it's a self employed couple with a car that deliver around here. It is normally full to the brim anyway.

Heat to OP
This seems pretty awesomesauce. My current TV is hiding behind a lovely projector screen though. Enjoy!
court2 h, 47 m ago

I bought it this morning at £419.99 and thought I was getting a good deal …I bought it this morning at £419.99 and thought I was getting a good deal as it was £479.99 last night.Mine is getting delivered by Hermes. Not sure how that is going to work as it's a self employed couple with a car that deliver around here. It is normally full to the brim anyway.Heat to OP


Oh dear, mine is by DPD
Can this be linked up to Alexa and Hue bulbs?
BigDaveH30 m ago

Can this be linked up to Alexa and Hue bulbs?




It can certainly be linked up to Hue bulbs but doubt it's Alexa compatible...
Anyone received theirs yet?
musefan200118 h, 49 m ago

All purchases eligible for Amazon customer service and a 30-day return …All purchases eligible for Amazon customer service and a 30-day return policy


All warehouse products sold by amazon come with a full guarantee .
Dilithium32 m ago

Anyone received theirs yet?



Delivery's due at 3pm here, so it'll be waiting for me after work. Why? Need me to check anything?
Des-picable13 m ago

Delivery's due at 3pm here, so it'll be waiting for me after work. Why? …Delivery's due at 3pm here, so it'll be waiting for me after work. Why? Need me to check anything?


Full video review please
Des-picable14 m ago

Delivery's due at 3pm here, so it'll be waiting for me after work. Why? …Delivery's due at 3pm here, so it'll be waiting for me after work. Why? Need me to check anything?


Ease of set up would be good.

Any tips on settings etc..
How is this TV for watching live sports?
Is it worth spending £100 extra for the 55" model?
Edited by: "ruiaz87" 26th Apr
MartinCox20 h, 1 m ago

Amazon have a used one for £364.01 would this have 2 years guarantee?


Yes I've checked with Amazon
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