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** SAMSUNG UE50KU6020 Smart 4k Ultra HD HDR 50" LED TV 3x HDMI now £449 delivered @ Currys **
** SAMSUNG UE50KU6020 Smart 4k Ultra HD HDR 50" LED TV 3x HDMI now £449 delivered @ Currys **

** SAMSUNG UE50KU6020 Smart 4k Ultra HD HDR 50" LED TV 3x HDMI now £449 delivered @ Currys **

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Was £649. Now at the lowest ever price

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4k Ultra HD picture is up to 4 times the resolution of HD
HDR displays brighter colours and greater contrast
Access 4k content on Netflix & Amazon Prime
Tuner: Freeview HD
Connectivity: HDMI x 3

4k HDR with upscaling
Enjoy the next generation of quality with 4k, which is enhanced by HDR (High Dynamic Range) for stunning detail and exceptional colour vibrancy. Combined with Crystal Colour technology every film you watch looks true to life, with accurate colour and enhanced shadow detail.

Even if you're watching older TV programmes or content that wasn't made for 4k, Samsung's unique up-scaling process converts live TV, films and games as close to Ultra High Definition as possible.

UHD Dimming technology divides the TV screen into hundreds of small zones, analysing each one independently so you can experience better shadow detail and accurate colour.

Smart content

Quickly and easily access smart content from the Smart Hub home screen, offering access to catch-up TV and 4k streaming from Netflix and Amazon Prime. Explore other content without interrupting what you're currently watching.

There's also the option to access a range of video games without the need for a console. Access a huge range of games with Cloud Gaming, and enjoy ultra-high definition games directly through your TV.

Compatible with the Samsung SmartThings Hub, you can add your TV to your connected smart home to open up a whole new world of automation. Set your TV to turn on as you enter the room, adjust lights and control your speakers all from your phone.

Quality processing

Able to deliver the best in 4k picture quality, the UE50KU6020 TV has a fast and powerful quad-core processor, which allows you to multi-task seamlessly.

Auto Motion Plus works to provide impressive detail on every image by enhancing motion clarity with a fast frame refresh rate. With key motion technologies, backlight technology and frame refresh rate you can enjoy impressive clarity on action scenes and sport.

With three HDMI connections and two USB 2.0 ports, you can easily connect a range of other media devices to the TV.

493 Comments

Nice.

Very nice

Nice Price. Heat added.
For those who are wondering, it's an 8-bit panel.

Lol - I always play a guessing game on which post number I will find the words 8 bit or 10 bit in.
Post #3 is pretty good.

ukjoel

Lol - I always play a guessing game on which post number I will find the … Lol - I always play a guessing game on which post number I will find the words 8 bit or 10 bit in.Post #3 is pretty good.



to be fair to them though they aren't moaning about it like normally happens, anyone buying at an 8 bit price point wont pay the £500+ extra for a 10 bit that's for sure.

ukjoel

Lol - I always play a guessing game on which post number I will find the … Lol - I always play a guessing game on which post number I will find the words 8 bit or 10 bit in.Post #3 is pretty good.



Well, it is a pretty important bit of info for HDR TV that many companies leave out.

Great price, incredibly tempted. What's the difference between this and KU6000?

is this TV available in a smaller size, 40 inch

This will get hot. Heat added.

manuR

is this TV available in a smaller size, 40 inch



Why dont you click on the link and look?

dijital

Why dont you click on the link and look?



lol tell it how it is, valid point though

I have its not available at currys and I've done a super quick search too can't find, I am just asking if anyone here knows if this model actually comes in a 40 inch size

dijital

Why dont you click on the link and look?



​no way!

would john lewis price match and 5 year warrenty included

Shame this wasn't yesterday when quidco was 10%

manuR

I have its not available at currys and I've done a super quick search too … I have its not available at currys and I've done a super quick search too can't find, I am just asking if anyone here knows if this model actually comes in a 40 inch size



You can't have looked that hard, I found it easily in 2 seconds, it's £379

manuR

I have its not available at currys and I've done a super quick search too … I have its not available at currys and I've done a super quick search too can't find, I am just asking if anyone here knows if this model actually comes in a 40 inch size



​Aren't there some deals on this very site for some.

I did say it was a super quick search, will look into it when I sit to actually buy the TV. Thanks for checking that's exactly what I wanted

How much better is this compared with the Philips 49PUS6401 49­ Inch 4K Ultra HD Amb­ilight Smart TV deal posted yesterday at £404?

Is there a big enough difference between an 8-bit and 10-bit panel to justify the price difference?

Like an awful lot of people I need more than 3 HDMI ports but that's a bonkers price.

I have the Samsung UE49KU6400 49" which is very similar to this spec and it's a cracking TV, but I paid a heck of a lot more for it a month ago, than this deal. Stunning picture clarity and brightness (mine's hooked up to Sky HD). I'd be all over this like a cheap suit if I hadn't already made my purchase. I find that you do have to crank up the sound a bit before you get to a reasonable level, but that's something you just adjust to.

For those with flubit. They just offered this at £434. Also demands get 11% Cashback at the moment via quidco.

any special info anywhere, assume this will have a optical connection.

Currys still says 10% cashbook on quidco???

pass. no more Samsung products.

This or the Philips from Argos?

kyegoon221

any special info anywhere, assume this will have a optical connection.


Best to check manufacturer's site as they are much less likely to make a mistake than a retailer or a random poster on an internet forum.

LagunaLoire

Great price, incredibly tempted. What's the difference between this and … Great price, incredibly tempted. What's the difference between this and KU6000?


The only difference I can see is the older one has a standard remote control as opposed to a smart remote control and can't use Youtube 4k
The 6020 has bluetooth which the 6000 doesn't
6020 has additional freesat tuner and input
See here the comparison.


Edited by: "nougat" 21st Nov 2016

I'm also wondering how this compares to the Philips from Argos. Is this one okay for gaming?

Agharta

Best to check manufacturer's site as they are much less likely to make a … Best to check manufacturer's site as they are much less likely to make a mistake than a retailer or a random poster on an internet forum.



​I'll do some digging as will mainly be using for gaming so don't want no lag etc.
surly 50hz is no good for a TV this spec

I am waiting for a 12 bit panel

rogercat

would john lewis price match and 5 year warrenty included



The models numbers appear to be different so I don't see how?

Me too Phillips £404 in Argos or this one?

zzak

For those with flubit. They just offered this at £434. Also demands get … For those with flubit. They just offered this at £434. Also demands get 11% Cashback at the moment via quidco.


How did you get flubit to price beat this? Seems much more expensive on Amazon?

nougat

The only difference I can see is the older one has a standard remote … The only difference I can see is the older one has a standard remote control as opposed to a smart remote control and can't use Youtube 4kThe 6020 has bluetooth which the 6000 doesn't6020 has additional freesat tuner and inputSee here the comparison.



Legend, thanks mate

Just bought and replaced my 10 year old Samsung 40 lcd. thanks

Anyone know what the width of the stand is? I've been looking but haven't been able to find out.

davidridge1

I am waiting for a 12 bit panel



You will be waiting a long time, Probably ;).

Will it be the same price in store?
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