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Samsung 32 Inch UE32T4307 Smart HD Ready LED TV with HDR £199 (Free Click & Collect) at Argos
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Samsung 32 Inch UE32T4307 Smart HD Ready LED TV with HDR £199 (Free Click & Collect) at Argos

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Samsung 32 Inch UE32T4307 Smart HD Ready LED TV with HDR £199 (Free Click & Collect) at Argos
Posted 28th Jul 2020

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I'd be interested in views on this set, seems like a good buy on the surface. Can't see it already posted.

Enjoy clear HD picture quality with vibrant images. Enhanced depth and colour contrast with HDR, with Ultra Clean View for sharper picture. Access to all your catch up TV apps including Disney+, Apple TV, NOW TV and BT Sport – all in one place at the touch of a button, meaning you spend less time searching and more time watching the content you love.

Model number: UE32T4307AKXXU.

2020 model.

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Not even 1080p
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Dimensions and Weight:

  • Screen size: 32 inches.
  • Size of TV H43.8, W73.74, D7.41cm.
  • Size of TV with stand: H46.54, W73.74, D12.7cm.
  • Width of TV stand 73.25cm.
  • Weight of TV without stand 4kg (unpackaged).
  • Weight of TV with stand 4.1kg.
  • Suitable for wall mounting 100 x 100 bracket.
  • Packaged size H50, W87.9, D12.7cm.
  • Packaged weight 5.8kg.


Screen Technology:

  • LED TV Screen.
  • HD Ready display resolution.
  • HDR - makes whites brighter, intensifies colour and enhances the overall picture for an epic cinematic effect.
  • Motion rate 900PQI.
  • Resolution 1366 x 768 pixels.


Sound Technology:

  • Dolby Digital Plus sound system.
  • 10 watt RMS power output.


Connectivity:


  • 1 USB port and 2 HDMI sockets.
  • Component video socket.
  • Composite socket.
  • AV socket.
  • Optical connection.
  • Built in Wi-Fi.
  • Ethernet connection.
  • DLNA compatibility - allows you to wirelessly send content from devices like laptops, tablets and smartphones.


Smart TV features:

  • Tizen operating system.
  • Compatible with the following smart apps: now TV, disney+, Netflix, BBC iPlayer, iTV Hub, my5, all 4, Amazon Prime, youTube.
  • Internet browser.
  • Miracast.


Additional features:

  • Features USB video playback.
  • Freeview HD digital tuner.
  • Freeview HD (UK) and Saorview (ROI).
  • Saorview digital tuner (Saorview can only be received in the Republic of Ireland).
  • CI plus slot.
  • Sleep timer.
  • Manufacturer's 1 year guarantee.
  • EAN: 8806090509063.


Energy efficiency information:

  • Energy efficiency rating: A+.
  • On mode power consumption 31 watts.
  • Annual power consumption 43kWh.
  • Standby power consumption 0.5 watt.


In the box:

  • TV.
  • Remote control (requires 2 x AAAbatteries, included).
  • Power cable.
  • TV stand.
  • Screws.
  • Also in the box: Remote control (with batteries), User Manual, power cable.

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Edited by: "morgie" 28th Jul
Not even 1080p
nikolarun28/07/2020 19:25

Not even 1080p


Maybe not a deal breaker on a smaller set like this that's likely to be a second TV? I can't find reviews online, but a little unclear on how Samsung model numbers work and what it'll be most similar to.
I did lots of research on 32 inch TVs and concluded is worth to get only LG, Samsung or Sony. However, this is not cheap, as it is not full HD. While I did not come across a Sony under £200, there is an LG posted often here, full hd for £170-200 and Argos had a Samsung full HD for £199. Not voting, but if you don't need it now, wait for a full HD to come under £200 or do your research, you may find one now. No other brands worth considering, I returned a JVC and 2 x Toshiba, as all of them failed in within 2 months.
Edited by: "sheffield788" 28th Jul
morgie28/07/2020 19:28

Maybe not a deal breaker on a smaller set like this that's likely to be a …Maybe not a deal breaker on a smaller set like this that's likely to be a second TV? I can't find reviews online, but a little unclear on how Samsung model numbers work and what it'll be most similar to.


My favourite is Samsung UE32M5520, was lucky enough to get it for £225.
On the up to £200 budget, these are some of the best if you find any:
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Edited by: "sheffield788" 28th Jul
Very cheap feel to this Samsung,
the M5500 is so much better (have a 32K5500, same just older)
Wtf Samsung "T" series is/was 2007/8

U = led
E = europe
32 is the size
T is series/ year of manufacture...
wait 6 months and it won't be smart, samsung drop support for models too quickly
Edited by: "mikegrove" 28th Jul
Cant decide...this or no TV :/
Kinio28/07/2020 20:09

Wtf Samsung "T" series is/was 2007/8 U = ledE = europe32 is the …Wtf Samsung "T" series is/was 2007/8 U = ledE = europe32 is the sizeT is series/ year of manufacture...



Sorry but that info is just wrong, THIS "T" series is this years series
Kinio28/07/2020 20:09

Wtf Samsung "T" series is/was 2007/8 U = ledE = europe32 is the …Wtf Samsung "T" series is/was 2007/8 U = ledE = europe32 is the sizeT is series/ year of manufacture...



Roderz28/07/2020 22:30

Sorry but that info is just wrong, THIS "T" series is this years series …Sorry but that info is just wrong, THIS "T" series is this years series


Until 2008, Samsung TVs had a different label. The 'new style' label is from 2008 onward and this TV has a 'new style' label. The T series was 2007, however, on the new label style, T is 2020.
Strangely enough, it seems Samsung are still producing low level TVs. While I believe this is a good thing and it gives people the opportunity not to spend much if they want a TV in a spare room, I find it strange they produce full HD TVs for pretty much the same price. I personally can't see the point of this TV when you can a Samsung full HD for the same price or for 10% more.
£199 for an HD ready TV! HD ready Tvs should be £99 max, no matter the manufacturer. Only last November I got a 43inch Samsung 4K Smart from RGB for £279.

The difference in picture between HD ready and Full HD has to be seen. Side by side the Full HD is miles better.


Your £199 can find a much better TV than this one
They had full HD Samsung tvs for £200 a couple of months ago as I picked up 2 but they were 2019 models and I believe stock has all gone now.
sheffield78828/07/2020 22:53

Until 2008, Samsung TVs had a different label. The 'new style' label is …Until 2008, Samsung TVs had a different label. The 'new style' label is from 2008 onward and this TV has a 'new style' label. The T series was 2007, however, on the new label style, T is 2020. Strangely enough, it seems Samsung are still producing low level TVs. While I believe this is a good thing and it gives people the opportunity not to spend much if they want a TV in a spare room, I find it strange they produce full HD TVs for pretty much the same price. I personally can't see the point of this TV when you can a Samsung full HD for the same price or for 10% more.


They cater to the global market, if you go to countries like India, or some countries in SE Asia, Latin America etc both Samsung and LG sell 720p and Full HD TV's in their bucket loads and are still able to charge a significant premium for 4K TVs - that's because 4K content availability is minimal. While you may have streaming services like Netflix in many of these countries, all internet plans are metered and you'd need to pay crazy money to be able to watch 4K TV using 3-7GB/ hour. Hence no demand for 4K panels, and they can charge high prices for 720p and 1080p TVs, thus making greater unit profits allowing them to offer 4K TV's at crazy low prices and paper-thin margins to us!

Not voting either way as I don't see this as a deal for a 720p TV. As someone has already commented, the LG 32LM6300PLA (Full HD) appears for the £200 mark from various outlets on and off, and is a far superior buy in this price range. I picked it up from John Lewis last year for £230 with 5y warranty and use it as a monitor, it's a great TV too.
hcc2729/07/2020 11:03

They cater to the global market, if you go to countries like India, or …They cater to the global market, if you go to countries like India, or some countries in SE Asia, Latin America etc both Samsung and LG sell 720p and Full HD TV's in their bucket loads and are still able to charge a significant premium for 4K TVs - that's because 4K content availability is minimal. While you may have streaming services like Netflix in many of these countries, all internet plans are metered and you'd need to pay crazy money to be able to watch 4K TV using 3-7GB/ hour. Hence no demand for 4K panels, and they can charge high prices for 720p and 1080p TVs, thus making greater unit profits allowing them to offer 4K TV's at crazy low prices and paper-thin margins to us!Not voting either way as I don't see this as a deal for a 720p TV. As someone has already commented, the LG 32LM6300PLA (Full HD) appears for the £200 mark from various outlets on and off, and is a far superior buy in this price range. I picked it up from John Lewis last year for £230 with 5y warranty and use it as a monitor, it's a great TV too.


I guess you're right, my bet, I wanted to say I can't believe they produce this for Europe (as per letter E in the model), those ones in the poorest countries in Europe will not go for this, they rather starve and get the latest model.
At this size you won't even notice the difference between 720p and 1080p if you're more than about 8ft from the screen.
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