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Samsung QE55Q60BAUXXU 55" Smart 4K Ultra HD HDR QLED TV with Bixby, Alexa & Google Assistant £649 @ Currys

£649£78918% off
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£649.00 Save £140.00
Was £789.00 (from 02/08/22 to 20/09/22)

Quantum HDR powered by HDR10+ for incredible picture detail
100% Colour Volume offers a stunning 4K picture
Refresh rate: 60 Hz
HDMI 2.1 x 3
Samsung Smart TV has a large choice of apps and services
HDR: HDR10+ / HDR10 / Hybrid Log-Gamma (HLG)
Freeview HD / TV PLUS

5 year guarantee

Product code: 697723
Experience vibrant colour and brightness thanks to Quantum HDR powered by HDR10+ - now you'll see the true beauty of that sun-soaked beach and know exactly what's lurking in the shadows. Samsung QLED TVs are certified to provide 100% colour volume, which means you'll get over a billion cinematic colours - everything you watch will be brought to life like never before. Dual LED TV technology balances warm and cool tones on the TV - whether you're watching a documentary set in the Sahara or a movie scene in the depths of the ocean, you'll get natural colour and bold contrast.

Good to know

- This TV has a clean back and no messy cables, so it looks great from any angle and blends beautifully with your home
- Object Tracking Sound LITE uses AI and your TV's bottom speakers to simulate overhead sounds. So you'll get cinematic audio that follows the action, without the need for extra speakers
- The Crystal 4K Processor upscales what you're watching to give you the best 4K picture, so you can enjoy all the content you love in the best possible resolution
- Dive into a huge collection of 4K films, TV shows, and all your favourite catch-up apps on Samsung's smart TV platform - all in one place at the touch of a button
- Bixby, Alexa, Google Assistant - they're all built-in, so you can control your TV using your favourite voice assistant and ask it to change the volume, find that new series, or check on your connected devices in your smart home
- Display 2 things at once on your TV with Multi View. You can watch something on the left screen while mirroring your phone screen on the right - perfect for checking a walkthrough mid-game

Pleasenote: Some apps & services are only available in the UK. Apps & services may be removed or no longer supported by third party content providers at any time. Some apps & services may not be available at launch and may require a firmware update before becoming available. Some services require an account and/or subscription fee.
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  1. kingkajee's avatar
    Think this may be cheaper direct from samsung using TVFLASH10
    watson44's avatar
    that would be Total £584.10 + 8% quidco (&£2.50 bonus) - potentially £534.87

  2. montana78's avatar
    Sold 1 today. Take in any old tv working or not and get £50 kneed of a tv that sells between £649-£999
    Tv' over £1000 you get £100 taken off. If you're getting tv delivered then you can choose to have old tv recycled for free which means you have it collected at delivery rather than carrying it in yourself.. older TVs are much heavier too
  3. Stitch123's avatar
    Seems to be £519.20 if you have unidays or other access to EPP, although I do believe EPP only offers 12 months warranty from memory.

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  4. Hodgiie's avatar
    Is it a good tv for the price? Looking at buying one today and works at £519 after discount
    C0mm0d0re_K1d's avatar
    It's an OK tv. Upper mid range ish in LCD/LED.

    Really depends, if you just want it for general watching TV, movies and streaming. Or do you have a next gen xbox series x, ps5 or gaming PC and want 4k at 120hz/144hz?

    This is still basically an LCD panel TV with LED back light, but with a quantum filter between its back lighting and panel. Hence the QLED name. They are very bright.

    The best tv's are considered to be LG's OLED C2 / G2 or Sony OLED. Samsung have released their new QD-OLED (quantum dot) panels, which are brighter, to compete. Only Samsung and Sony have qd-oled sets out at the minute. It also remains to be seen if qd-oled or LG's oled with mla will be better, as it's not out yet.

    If you don't need the 120hz or higher for gaming. Almost any tv will be fine for watching content. The more you spend, the better the panel, Soc or processor, the faster the startup and menu is, better picture modes and enhancements for picture handling and upscaling etc.
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