Samsung UE50NU7020 50 inch 4K Ultra HD HDR Smart LED TV TVPlus £359 Co-op Electrical
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Samsung UE50NU7020 50 inch 4K Ultra HD HDR Smart LED TV TVPlus £359 Co-op Electrical

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Found 8th Nov
Members save £100 Also Save £40 With Code NF40 Samsung UE50NU7020
50 inch 4K Ultra HD HDR Smart LED TV TVPlus
Experience Ultra HD certified on this Samsung 50 inch TV, for true colour and clarity. Ultra HD certified makes the most of every pixel. Don't settle for a TV without the Ultra HD certified picture quality logo, which guarantees the pure colours, sharp contrast and brightness you would expect from the latest 4K resolution standards.

HDR powered by HDR 10+
Watch every moment burst from the screen. Superior brightness, shadow detail and authentic colour with HDR powered by HDR 10+. Experience detail in the dark shadows of a horror movie, or the bright sun filled scenes of the latest sci-fi. Samsung technology delivers HDR powered by HDR 10+. Other HDR formats at best adapt the image for each scene. HDR 10+ goes further optimising each frame of your movie or show to ensure the picture delivered to your screen is almost as detailed as in the real world.
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I'd go for the Hisense with its direct lit VA panel. This really is Samsung scraping the barrel - 2 HDMI ports in this day and age is ridiculous.
Masterace9 h, 24 m ago

Edge lit? Think I'll pass.


Edge lit isn't automatically an awful TV. Though this probably isnt too great. But are you going to get a back lit 50" named brand TV a this price?
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Thanks. Dos anyone know how different this is to nu7100 whixh is more widely reviewed?
You should add Membership in that title of yours.
Does it cost to become one?
moshixmoshi2 m ago

You should add Membership in that title of yours.Does it cost to become …You should add Membership in that title of yours.Does it cost to become one?


Yes but only £1
Also struggling to find reviews for this tv. One at Richersounds says it is ok.
Edge lit? Think I'll pass.
Not many Review's
Edited by: "Munch1981" 8th Nov
Found this but in other language ,but you can make it out.

coolblue.nl/en/…tml
Munch19812 m ago

Found this but in other language ,but you can make it …Found this but in other language ,but you can make it out.https://www.coolblue.nl/en/product-reviews/814686/samsung-ue50nu7020.html


It's in Spanish.
Masterace19 m ago

Edge lit? Think I'll pass.


Hi. Where did you find this out.
Very good price. Have some heat!
Ok after doing some goggle translate.

The reviews are good.

There only negative it only has two HDMI ports.
How does this compare to the Hisense 6200 from yesterday?
andr.wagner13 m ago

How does this compare to the Hisense 6200 from yesterday?


This should have better HDR10.
This or the hisense?
I'd go for the Hisense with its direct lit VA panel. This really is Samsung scraping the barrel - 2 HDMI ports in this day and age is ridiculous.
This is a really bad TV, especially when compared to the likes of Hisense A6100 or 6200.
It removes the NF40 code after adding membership and doesn't let me add it back. Any ideas?
Edited by: "husain_tim" 8th Nov
NF40 code doesnt work
husain_tim49 m ago

It removes the NF40 code after adding membership and doesn't let me add it …It removes the NF40 code after adding membership and doesn't let me add it back. Any ideas?


me too, seems couldn't use both together?
Membership discount doesn't work for me :-/ I've tried each and only NF40 applies the discount
ophomie1 h, 8 m ago

Membership discount doesn't work for me :-/ I've tried each and only NF40 …Membership discount doesn't work for me :-/ I've tried each and only NF40 applies the discount


Turns out I was adding the prefix for membership code

Still can't use both codes though
Code doesn't working
Masterace9 h, 24 m ago

Edge lit? Think I'll pass.


Edge lit isn't automatically an awful TV. Though this probably isnt too great. But are you going to get a back lit 50" named brand TV a this price?
bluenotesmiley13 m ago

Edge lit isn't automatically an awful TV. Though this probably isnt too …Edge lit isn't automatically an awful TV. Though this probably isnt too great. But are you going to get a back lit 50" named brand TV a this price?


Not automatically, just more likely, especially when it comes to clouding and flashlighting.
I'm not too fussed when it comes to brand names any more TBH, it's a lottery thse days no matter the brand of TV.
Masterace6 m ago

Not automatically, just more likely, especially when it comes to clouding …Not automatically, just more likely, especially when it comes to clouding and flashlighting. I'm not too fussed when it comes to brand names any more TBH, it's a lottery thse days no matter the brand of TV.


Yeah there is definitely a panel lottery but I'd feel slightly more confident with a brand I've heard of.
Flantastic14712 h, 12 m ago

Also struggling to find reviews for this tv. One at Richersounds says it …Also struggling to find reviews for this tv. One at Richersounds says it is ok.


Generally if Richer Sounds sell a TV it'll at least be capable at the stated functions it has and not some cheap patch up idea. I'd say the Samsung branding would have swayed me vs the 55" Toshiba 4k Dolby Vision I got at around the same price... minus a good Nectar points spend mind you.

The good old 28 days consumer rights act remember.. if it's not fit for purpose you can return it, eg if you aren't getting the 4k feels.

Actually reading forward from the comments if you need more than two HDMI's it'll cost you for a decent 4k switch so it may not be ideal.
Edited by: "Davejay81" 8th Nov
Masterace9 h, 18 m ago

I'd go for the Hisense with its direct lit VA panel. This really is …I'd go for the Hisense with its direct lit VA panel. This really is Samsung scraping the barrel - 2 HDMI ports in this day and age is ridiculous.


See.. it upsets me with three. Where does the HDMI ARC plug into if you've already got three devices to watch on stupid makers of things. Now.. five I would get behind!!
any similar with 100 or 120hz
Masterace12 h, 12 m ago

Edge lit? Think I'll pass.


It's £359... what did you expect?
Undisclosed21 m ago

It's £359... what did you expect?


A muggy comment from you.
Masterace1 h, 8 m ago

A muggy comment from you.


A pretty accurate one I would say
I can't get the 50inch at this price???
The 7020 code seems to have been created in time for black friday/xmas sales... it was the same last year with the 6020 series... the build drops as does the styling... the picture while not bad is no where near a samsung tv that is sold all year round.
I can't get the code to work
Can’t get both codes to work, it’s one or the other
how.is the price 359 them?
Masterace8th Nov

I'd go for the Hisense with its direct lit VA panel. This really is …I'd go for the Hisense with its direct lit VA panel. This really is Samsung scraping the barrel - 2 HDMI ports in this day and age is ridiculous.


I would say HDMI is fairy outdated technology now.

I wouldn't say it matters as pretty soon they'll be no such thing as HDMI, or Display Port.
Technology is going into a wireless phase, I can imagine in the future information for the display will be transmitted via a wireless method such as WiFi - Direct, Bluetooth (Once it gets faster), Li-Fi, IPTV (Through the internet - Subcriptions), and or other spectrum frequencies
Edited by: "X-Ray" 9th Nov
roberts25038611 h, 53 m ago

The 7020 code seems to have been created in time for black friday/xmas …The 7020 code seems to have been created in time for black friday/xmas sales... it was the same last year with the 6020 series... the build drops as does the styling... the picture while not bad is no where near a samsung tv that is sold all year round.


This. I picked up a 40" 6020 in the run up to Christmas last year and although it was very cheap for a branded UHD TV at the time, I certainly noticed the drop in build quality vs the 7 year old LED TV that it replaced. This year I'm looking for a decent 55" and am hoping to get a deal on one of the lower spec QLED sets rather than be taken in by another of these budget models. Failing that, what would you recommended as a decent mid range model?
Edited by: "Zero_Zuul" 9th Nov
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