Philips 55PUS6262 55 Inch 4K UHD HDR Ambilight Smart TV £539.10 - Argos
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Philips 55PUS6262 55 Inch 4K UHD HDR Ambilight Smart TV £539.10 - Argos

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Found 16th Oct
Good price for 55inch 4ktv use code TV10 to get 10% off The Philips PUS6262 4K UHD HDR Smart TV


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Looks good, thanks for posting max147!

Grabs a bag of popcorn and sits back........

seriously tempted. I have a 10% code for argos and it works with the tv10 one bringing it down to £485.

Nice one, i got old one 4k, non smart, without ambilight and hdr, still decent tv.

Has anybody seen any reviews for this ?

blueyes7427 m ago

seriously tempted. I have a 10% code for argos and it works with the tv10 …seriously tempted. I have a 10% code for argos and it works with the tv10 one bringing it down to £485.

What's the other 10% code you have then?

I've got the last generation version of this

Great TV for the price

Borntooslow3 m ago

I've got the last generation version of thisGreat TV for the price


Is it good for gaming ?

samiemiah49 m ago

What's the other 10% code you have then?



the missus got a code from argos because she has a card with them. it's just a one time use.

samiemiah49 m ago

What's the other 10% code you have then?


I assume for cancelled XBOX deal, I have one too, it stacks up both with this one and the other hisense one that's posted too, hisense one works out at 428 but doesn't have HDR I don't think.

IPS, only 350 nits and 60 Hz not the best tv out there.

cudsy50 m ago

Is it good for gaming ?


HDR is hit and miss on it, due to the low screen brightness

I turned HDR off for Forza Horizon 3, it totally ruined the look of the game

Overall it's not bad

Good price, dropped about £100 within the last month, I’m after the same TV but in 65inch or any half decent 65 inch for sub £1000 though.

xp320011 m ago

IPS, only 350 nits and 60 Hz not the best tv out there.

So what 55" 4k hdr do you recommend for £530?

Smadmad2 m ago

So what 55" 4k hdr do you recommend for £530?


It’s not bright enough to do HDR lol, you would be better off spending more or buying a smaller TV

Very tempted with my two 10% off codes making it £485

Original Poster

55inch non ambilight version £494.10 if u no like the lights

xp320012 m ago

It’s not bright enough to do HDR lol, you would be better off spending m …It’s not bright enough to do HDR lol, you would be better off spending more or buying a smaller TV

Oh so you can't recommend one then......oh

If Ambilight is your thing, remember this is only two side lit - it won't obviously be as effective as three (stand mount) or four (wall mount), but it's still a very attractive feature as integrates with your existing Philips hue bulbs (if that's your bag).

Not android !

jasser7627 m ago

Not android !


Thats a good thing , as android on the previous version was laggy

I feel like I'm attracted to this tv for all the wrong reasons. Any suggestions on a 49-55" tv that would produce a better picture than this one for similar money?? Must have a central stand for my tv unit.

I’ve just bought this. Was looking at the Sony 9000 series and Samsung MU7000 which both tick all the boxes but went for this for value and I wanted to experience Ambilight for the first time. Very happy with the purchase so far, happy to answer any questions.
Its a fair bit below the quality of the two sets I mentioned but still good with sd, hd and 4K. Gaming I haven’t tried yet and the motion isn’t the best relatively but not bad enough that it affects you too much. Now TV sky sports footbal live was bad but match of the day in hd was very good.

Overall very happy but it’s only been a few hours

Borntooslow2 h, 43 m ago

HDR is hit and miss on it, due to the low screen brightnessI turned HDR …HDR is hit and miss on it, due to the low screen brightnessI turned HDR off for Forza Horizon 3, it totally ruined the look of the gameOverall it's not bad


It won't be the peak brightness but it's lack of local dimming system - i.e. it has no more ability to apply brightness to the areas where it's requested than an SDR LCD.

Although if it looks rubbish rather than no different (other than having the backlight adjusted) it's likely because this TV treats HDR content as an excuse to turn vivid mode on.
Smadmad2 h, 35 m ago

So what 55" 4k hdr do you recommend for £530?


Whatever is released five years from now. Significant levels of HDR ability simply aren't available at this price right now.

What constitutes the cheapest 'real' HDR TV in 55" is a tricky one, but Sony's XE90 at £1300 is getting a lot of praise as a good starting point. Samsung's KS series were popular last year, but the new cut down alternatives in the form of the MU7000+ aren't generating as much excitement at £1000.

It's an expensive tech right now, and I'd either wait, spend more or not bother about it at this price.


Back on topic, this looks like a decent TV for the price. Philips models seem to be still coming into stock though, so if anyone's after an ambilight model specifically it might be worth waiting to see if the 6482 pops up as that gets 3-sided ambilight, better speakers and Android TV.

EndlessWaves7 h, 19 m ago

It won't be the peak brightness but it's lack of local dimming system - …It won't be the peak brightness but it's lack of local dimming system - i.e. it has no more ability to apply brightness to the areas where it's requested than an SDR LCD.Although if it looks rubbish rather than no different (other than having the backlight adjusted) it's likely because this TV treats HDR content as an excuse to turn vivid mode on.Whatever is released five years from now. Significant levels of HDR ability simply aren't available at this price right now.What constitutes the cheapest 'real' HDR TV in 55" is a tricky one, but Sony's XE90 at £1300 is getting a lot of praise as a good starting point. Samsung's KS series were popular last year, but the new cut down alternatives in the form of the MU7000+ aren't generating as much excitement at £1000.It's an expensive tech right now, and I'd either wait, spend more or not bother about it at this price. Back on topic, this looks like a decent TV for the price. Philips models seem to be still coming into stock though, so if anyone's after an ambilight model specifically it might be worth waiting to see if the 6482 pops up as that gets 3-sided ambilight, better speakers and Android TV.

I was being sarcastic asking that question. Just get annoyed with people's only contribution being negaive

Smadmad1 h, 6 m ago

I was being sarcastic asking that question. Just get annoyed with people's …I was being sarcastic asking that question. Just get annoyed with people's only contribution being negaive


But my comments where the truth, as you well know you cannot get true HDR at this price point people also want a 10 bit panel for £500, never going to happen maybe in 5 years time?
Edited by: "xp3200" 17th Oct

But I could find negatives on every TV posted. But if someone wants a 55" 4k for this price then this is the best for that size and price. I agree some people's expectations are silly at the end of the day you usually get what you pay for its a £500 TV it will perform just like one

I bought the 55pus6401 for £450 and had to send it back due to blue patches on the screen. There was also something not quite right with the motion in 4K and I put it down to a compression issue with my sky Q box/bandwidth. I then bought the Hisense H55N5700 for £589 and I must say the difference in picture quality is night and day. No issues with motion blur and the picture with HDR looks fantastic. I agree it won't be as outstanding as an OLED but for a third of the price, the Hisense is a really great set.

Hi - Would be incredibly grateful if anyone has a 10% code that they're not intending to use?
Many thanks

Michael.W2 h, 1 m ago

Hi - Would be incredibly grateful if anyone has a 10% code that they're …Hi - Would be incredibly grateful if anyone has a 10% code that they're not intending to use?Many thanks


The code is TV10

xp320019 h, 8 m ago

IPS, only 350 nits and 60 Hz not the best tv out there.



Was just about to ask about the peak brightness. My current Hisense has 500 nits. Still way off the 1000 nits for true HDR. But it hold it's own against the LG OLED B7 we just got.
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