Samsung 6 Series UE65MU6120K - 65" LED Smart TV - 4K UltraHD £999 (£985 w/code)  / Galaxy Tab A (2016, 7.0, Wi-Fi) £99 / Galaxy Tab S2 (2016, 8.0", Wi-Fi) £214 w/code @ Samsung
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Samsung 6 Series UE65MU6120K - 65" LED Smart TV - 4K UltraHD £999 (£985 w/code) / Galaxy Tab A (2016, 7.0, Wi-Fi) £99 / Galaxy Tab S2 (2016, 8.0", Wi-Fi) £214 w/code @ Samsung

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Found 22nd Nov
These offers should go live early hours if not already - site was updating as posted.

firstly the Samsung UE65MU6120 HDR 4K Ultra HD Smart TV, 65" with TVPlus, Black for £985 w/code SAMSUNGSAVE15 at checkout (£999 without) - hit get deal link.

If not sure how long the code will last for but suggest you get in before it's pulled.


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Enjoy a brilliantly vibrant 4K HDR picture with Samsung's MU6120. The brand's Certified Ultra HD screen delivers an image of beautifully true colour and clarity. Auto Depth Enhancer technology takes you further into the visuals, while 4K upscaling and Ultra Clean View features ensure whatever you're watching gets the same sparkling 4K treatment. Access a world of online entertainment via Samsung's Smart Hub too. The spectacular visuals of the MU6120 bring a world-class viewing experience into the home.

HDR with Auto Depth Enhancer
Samsung are one of the forerunners of colour-boosting High Dynamic Range (HDR). As members of the UHD Alliance, they've delivered top-shelf HDR. This means that there are over a billion individual colours to deepen your view and show shades you’ve never seen in home entertainment before. Usually, studios are forced to dilute the colour of their shows and films to fit on our TVs. Now, HDR screens like the MU6120 can channel content from studio-to-living room with the same precision and utterly otherworldly hues. Plus the screen's UHD Dimming achieves more realistic shadow detail and contrast too. Being able to independently adjust tone, brightness and sharpness in different areas around the screen gives a stunningly realistic picture quality. And it's all heightened by the brand's Auto Depth Enhancer which maximises your immersion in the picture.

4K UHD with Upscaling
The MU6120's Certified Ultra HD 4K resolution screen takes you to the next level of viewing experience. Four times the number of pixels of 1080p Full HD delivers stunning realism, natural motion and incredible detail. Experience this high-spec picture on everything you watch thanks to 4K upscaling. Samsung's innovative upscaling technology converts lower resolution content to a level of detail near UHD. Meanwhile the brand's Auto Motion Plus processing ensures even the very fastest action, like sports or action movies, is always smooth and blur-free.

Ultra Clean View
Give your old favourites a sparkling makeover with Ultra Clean View. This clever tech analyses the input signal and reduces distortion and visual noise. So no matter what the content, it'll always be a ravishing picture of crispness and clarity.

Samsung Smart Hub
Now faster, with ultra-high definition streaming, catch-up and games services, is the latest Smart Hub platform. This quick and easy platform marks a massive step forward for the connected home. Access the latest apps to experience the best UHD content from Netflix and Amazon*. You can even browse content easily, searching for your favourite programmes and movies while you are still watching TV. Powering the seamless interaction is the powerful Quad Core processor which significantly boosts performance with faster access to Smart features. Enjoy super-fast response times, as you use and toggle between apps, online services and live TV with ease.

Samsung TVPlus
Experience easy access to the latest movies via your TV guide in addition to all your traditional TV channels. Whether you’re browsing for the latest Hollywood blockbuster or trying to find Ultra HD content, expand your viewing options through a wealth of additional Smart channels with Samsung TV Plus. Watch subscription free content with on-air and catch-up services (charges apply for premium on-demand content).

Other Features:


Music: With this smart feature, instantly recognise and listen to any background music.*

TV Sound Connect: Effortlessly connect a Samsung soundbar to your TV with Soundconnect.



Galaxy Tab S2 (2016, 8.0", Wi-Fi) will be £214 w/cod…ck)

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Samsung's thinnest and lightest tablet ever, the S2 is set to make other tablet users envious. Stacked with great features like a stunning Super AMOLED display, powerful Samsung Exynos processor and Android operating system, this tablet is ready for anything and to go anywhere.
Light & slim design

The Samsung Galaxy Tab S2 has been designed with you in mind. Their slimmest and lightest tablet to date, weighing just 392g, it will fit easily into your bag for work, purse or backpack to take to class. Just 5.6mm thick, it fits easily into small spaces and is perfect for travelling or commuting. A triumph in tablet design and manufacturing.
Immersive screen

With the Super AMOLED display technology, you can experience true-to-life colour in the best form with a higher contrast ratio that delivers more details, especially in dark areas. The immersive 4:3 screen ratio recreates and optimises the actual reading experience of magazines, books and newspapers and offers more space to display information. You can also switch to reading mode, which puts less strain on the eyes and allows for longer periods of enjoyment.

Octa-core processor

The Exynos 5433 Processor gives you the power and speed to see and do more with your tablet. Switch between your favourite apps easily and quickly, play games and watch blockbuster movies all without any delay or lag. This is a high-quality multimedia and performance machine.
Android 6.0 Marshmallow
With improved functions and features such as the redesigned home screen with permanent Google search bar including the refreshed Google logo; vertical scrolling on the app drawer; and predictive app search to help you find what you’re looking for. Another highlight of Marshmallow is the Doze feature as it’s designed to preserve battery life by switching background tasks that aren’t in full use to hibernate.
Connections

It's easy to connect to other devices and watching content interchangeably between a tablet and a TV no longer requires cables. With Bluetooth technology, you can switch between tablet and TV and the quick Wi-Fi connection enables direct and easy sharing between devices as well as keeping you connected online. There is also a central dashboard to manage vital settings, as well as pre-installed anti-malware that offers extra security and peace of mind.




Galaxy Tab A (2016, 7.0, Wi-Fi) will be £99

I know £2/3 cheaper via an non UK seller but much better/easier to claim warranty via a UK Retailer for a couple quid more/peace of mind.
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The 7.0" Tab A 8GB Tablet from Samsung delivers powerful performance and wireless content sharing in a sleek, modern design. This tablet is powered by a quad-core 1.3 GHz Snapdragon 410 processor and has 1.5GB of RAM. It comes equipped with 8GB of built-in storage, a micro-USB port for data sharing, and a microSDXC card slot that supports up to 200GB of additional storage capacity. For high-speed Internet connectivity, Wi-Fi is built-in. Bluetooth 4.0 connectivity is also integrated for wireless pairing with compatible devices, such as headphones and other Bluetooth-enabled accessories.

This Galaxy Tab A houses a 7.0" IPS capacitive touchscreen display with a 1280 x 800 resolution for viewing all your favorite content. Additionally, the Tab A is equipped with a dual camera array: a front facing 2-megapixel camera and a rear-facing 5-megapixel camera. Photog-friendly features, such panoramic shots and the ability to create animated GIFs from a picture series, are also included.

A micro-USB interface is built-in for mass storage connections and charging the device. The embedded 4000mAh battery is designed to offer hours of enjoyment before recharging is needed. The Galaxy Tab A comes with the Android 5.1.1 Lollipop operating system, which is designed for fluid and intuitive multi-touch navigation.



- 1.3 GHz Snapdragon 410 CPU
- 1.5GB of RAM
- 7.0" IPS Multi-Touch Display
- 1280 x 800 Screen Resolution
- Adreno 306 GPU
- 8GB of Internal Storage
- Micro-USB 2.0 Port, microSDXC Slot
- 5MP Rear Camera + 2MP Front Camera
- 802.11b/g/n Wi-Fi, Bluetooth 4.0
- Android 5.1.1 Lollipop

Top comments

I had one of these TV’s delivered 14 days ago. It’s pretty poor. It won’t connect to the smart remote that I already own. After doing a bit of research it seems that a software update caused the issue ant it has never been fixed. For me the smart remote functionality is a big deal as it really enhances the interaction with the TV’s features. More importantly the picture is terrible. It’s OKish if you are sat front and centre but if you are sat at 20+ degree angle then the picture quality diminishes very quickly so that all the colours are washed out and go like pastel colours. As well as that I think there are serious backlighting issues because you can see what appears to be several vertical shadows within the picture that look more profound on light background video footage and especially on moving scenes.

Its a cheap TV for a reason, it’s not fit for purpose and rather than “dump” the stock on the UK market, Samsung should instead recall all these TVs.

I find it very strange how reviews for this TV, in English, are pretty much non existent so people can’t make an informed decision. You have been warned.

If you want to see for yourself then go ahead and order one online, you will be protected by distant selling regulations but just check the terms and conditions of who you are buying from to be sure.

Since I bought mine from coop electrical I have 14 days to return the tv if not satisfied, even if I’ve opened the box to examine the TV. They will be getting a call today (last day I can do this) and I will tell them that I am terminating the sale contract ant they can come get their TV. I’m not looking forward to re-boxing it.

I was considering returning as faulty because I have 30 days from the delivery date to do this but this may leave me vulnerable as they may be able to challenge my opinions, not sure on that one.

I really wanted to like this TV. I just bought, and set-up, the PS4 Pro and will be getting the VR when version 2 becomes available but for now I will have to continue using my 8yr old 60” LG plasma until a decent 65” set becomes available and I might raise my budget by a few hundred quid.

I hope this helps someone
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Thanks OP. Are there any offers for S2 Tab 9.7

4% TCB also!

Seems like a good price for the tab a?

You can already buy the MU6120 tv for £949 from Co-Op Electrical, C&M & other places...

pricespy.co.uk/pro…880
Edited by: "andrewspnc" 22nd Nov

Is the tv 10bit hdr?

If not, any good deals on here

maabus9 h, 20 m ago

Thanks OP. Are there any offers for S2 Tab 9.7


Just get the new iPad for £260 (deal posted somewhere on HUKD)

Dont need a tv but very tempted

I had one of these TV’s delivered 14 days ago. It’s pretty poor. It won’t connect to the smart remote that I already own. After doing a bit of research it seems that a software update caused the issue ant it has never been fixed. For me the smart remote functionality is a big deal as it really enhances the interaction with the TV’s features. More importantly the picture is terrible. It’s OKish if you are sat front and centre but if you are sat at 20+ degree angle then the picture quality diminishes very quickly so that all the colours are washed out and go like pastel colours. As well as that I think there are serious backlighting issues because you can see what appears to be several vertical shadows within the picture that look more profound on light background video footage and especially on moving scenes.

Its a cheap TV for a reason, it’s not fit for purpose and rather than “dump” the stock on the UK market, Samsung should instead recall all these TVs.

I find it very strange how reviews for this TV, in English, are pretty much non existent so people can’t make an informed decision. You have been warned.

If you want to see for yourself then go ahead and order one online, you will be protected by distant selling regulations but just check the terms and conditions of who you are buying from to be sure.

Since I bought mine from coop electrical I have 14 days to return the tv if not satisfied, even if I’ve opened the box to examine the TV. They will be getting a call today (last day I can do this) and I will tell them that I am terminating the sale contract ant they can come get their TV. I’m not looking forward to re-boxing it.

I was considering returning as faulty because I have 30 days from the delivery date to do this but this may leave me vulnerable as they may be able to challenge my opinions, not sure on that one.

I really wanted to like this TV. I just bought, and set-up, the PS4 Pro and will be getting the VR when version 2 becomes available but for now I will have to continue using my 8yr old 60” LG plasma until a decent 65” set becomes available and I might raise my budget by a few hundred quid.

I hope this helps someone

Why is this hot? There are better tv for the price.

I have the 49 inch version of this TV and the picture is excellent, maybe it gets more washed out looking the larger you go.

Best tv for under £800?

Is 55" hdr 10 bit unrealistic?

maabus10 h, 45 m ago

Thanks OP. Are there any offers for S2 Tab 9.7

Bound to be offers on this if not through Samsung then other sources. I am in the market myself for one.

Buy from JL for 999 and get 5 year guarantee

ilikedeals213 m ago

Buy from JL for 999 and get 5 year guarantee



Shouldn't they do price match with 5 year guarantee?

MRP2 h, 26 m ago

Why is this hot? There are better tv for the price.


What deal do you recommend?

Co op are collecting mine on Sunday. If you won’t be using a smart remote and will be sat directly in front of the tv it’s useable but I would personally advise you to get a different tv. Costco had a nice Sony Bravia 65” 4K for 899 + vat if you know someone who can claim the vat back for you.

I bought one of these from Co-Op about 2 weeks ago as well. I returned it after 4 days. Exactly the same issues as the BiGfactHunt has mentioned. Picture quality is terrible all colours look washed out, there is massive vertical banding on the screen.
I bought a 58" Panasonic for pretty much the same price. Sooooooo much better. You get what you pay for!
65" Tv for that cheap.... its cheap for a reason.

guys anyone who knows there TVs, is this a good price

Samsung UE55MU7000 - 799
richersounds.com/sam…tml

looking for 10 bit under 1k

azza45236 m ago

guys anyone who knows there TVs, is this a good priceSamsung UE55MU7000 - …guys anyone who knows there TVs, is this a good priceSamsung UE55MU7000 - 799https://www.richersounds.com/samsung-ue55mu7000-soc.htmllooking for 10 bit under 1k



Good TV and price went hot at £849 with blue ray player just over a week ago... hotukdeals.com/dea…175

avforums.com/rev…925

SAMSUNGSAVE10 for £10 off a £150+ spend

maybe 600 for this but no way a grand

Seen samsung ks7000 for £719 on the site

It's today's special value on QVC at £979 + £9.95 postage but you can pay on 4 "easy" instalments and return it well into Jan I believe if you try it and don't like it

BiGfactHunt22nd Nov

I had one of these TV’s delivered 14 days ago. It’s pretty poor. It won …I had one of these TV’s delivered 14 days ago. It’s pretty poor. It won’t connect to the smart remote that I already own. After doing a bit of research it seems that a software update caused the issue ant it has never been fixed. For me the smart remote functionality is a big deal as it really enhances the interaction with the TV’s features. More importantly the picture is terrible. It’s OKish if you are sat front and centre but if you are sat at 20+ degree angle then the picture quality diminishes very quickly so that all the colours are washed out and go like pastel colours. As well as that I think there are serious backlighting issues because you can see what appears to be several vertical shadows within the picture that look more profound on light background video footage and especially on moving scenes.Its a cheap TV for a reason, it’s not fit for purpose and rather than “dump” the stock on the UK market, Samsung should instead recall all these TVs.I find it very strange how reviews for this TV, in English, are pretty much non existent so people can’t make an informed decision. You have been warned.If you want to see for yourself then go ahead and order one online, you will be protected by distant selling regulations but just check the terms and conditions of who you are buying from to be sure.Since I bought mine from coop electrical I have 14 days to return the tv if not satisfied, even if I’ve opened the box to examine the TV. They will be getting a call today (last day I can do this) and I will tell them that I am terminating the sale contract ant they can come get their TV. I’m not looking forward to re-boxing it.I was considering returning as faulty because I have 30 days from the delivery date to do this but this may leave me vulnerable as they may be able to challenge my opinions, not sure on that one. I really wanted to like this TV. I just bought, and set-up, the PS4 Pro and will be getting the VR when version 2 becomes available but for now I will have to continue using my 8yr old 60” LG plasma until a decent 65” set becomes available and I might raise my budget by a few hundred quid.I hope this helps someone


You have to enabke smart remote features from engineers menu...it also has bluetooth...enable same way...

NRE1231 h, 4 m ago

You have to enabke smart remote features from engineers menu...it also has …You have to enabke smart remote features from engineers menu...it also has bluetooth...enable same way...


No nothing works even Samsung approved engineers can’t fix it. A firmware update bricked the Bluetooth module functionality with the smart remote. Loads of these will get returned, they are really crap

NRE12328th Nov

You have to enabke smart remote features from engineers menu...it also … You have to enabke smart remote features from engineers menu...it also has bluetooth...enable same way...



NRE You legend! thanks for that connected Bluetooth speaker works a treat

(Spent ages looking for mbr, it’s mdr, I’m the least techy person in the world and that was easy to enable Bluetooth, got your instructions from another Samsung tv thread - ta)
Edited by: "mightykaboosh" 16th Dec
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