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Samsung UE55RU7020 55 inch 4K Ultra HD With HDR10+ Smart LED TV with Apple TV app - £335.20 (With Code) @ Ebay / Hughesdirect
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Samsung UE55RU7020 55 inch 4K Ultra HD With HDR10+ Smart LED TV with Apple TV app - £335.20 (With Code) @ Ebay / Hughesdirect

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Posted 7th Jan

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Discover picture detail like never before. Lose yourself in True 4K colour and clarity with the largest collection of 4K content and all your catch up TV apps including Apple TV, BT Sport and NOW TV apps, only on Samsung.

The Best Smart TV with the Best Smart AppsOnly the No. 1 Smart TV brand* can get you access great content from Apple TV, BT Sport and NOW TV, without the need to plug in additional boxes or streaming sticks. Only Samsung gives you access to the largest collection of 4K content including Netflix, Amazon Prime and Rakuten TV, and all the catch up apps you expect, all in one place at the touch of a button.***Samsung TV has been the No.1 selling TV Brand for 13 consecutive years by HIS Markit **Some apps may not be available at launch. 3rd party content providers may remove apps from the Smart TV platform or stop updating them at any time.
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Good price. Heat added.

Comes with 1 year warranty just make others aware.
Anyone know if this any better than my current tv Sony KD55XF7002 55-Inch?
This or the hisense 55" from same place
There is an LG LG 55UM7100PLB or 55UM7400PLB that are cheaper again, these or the samsung?
Edited by: "flopstocks" 7th Jan
Triple Nectar points too
flopstocks07/01/2020 22:26

There is an LG LG 55UM7100PLB or 55UM7400PLB that are cheaper again, these …There is an LG LG 55UM7100PLB or 55UM7400PLB that are cheaper again, these or the samsung?


Have you got a link please
money.monster08/01/2020 17:01

Other than brand what makes you suggest Samsung out of interest? Specs …Other than brand what makes you suggest Samsung out of interest? Specs wise the H55B7500 has wide color gamut, dolby vision, higher brightness and higher picture quality index over the Samsung. https://www.displayspecifications.com/en/comparison/cef3c0e38


Just on using my eyes .
More pleasing picture.
Also, the clunky system of Hisense puts you off!
I always rate Samsung and I love the inbuilt appletv and airplay from iPhones.
Can someone tell me the difference with this and the 7100
It's the same, just different stand
Anyone know difference between this and the 7100? Thanks
This hot so tempted 😳
Sorry OP, sadly I can't recommend Samsung for 4K UHD TV's anymore.

I have a LOT of their kit but my main 50" 4K UHD TV that I purchased 18 months ago has developed the white circles manufacturing fault. Unfortunately, Samsung are refusing to do anything about it unless I pay for it to be fixed, which is expensive and therefore isn't good. It seems to be some of their 4K UHD TV's that have the issue, not sure if it affects current models but I personally can't risk it.

There are a LOT of people in the same boat, including some that have paid for Samsung to fix it only for the problem to re-appear shortly afterwards, just google 'Samsung TV White Circles' and go to the Samsung eu forums.

For now Samsung are at the back of the queue for TV's for me, just be wary of the fault, I am not sure whether it may affect this panel too, if it does you may be left with a hefty bill post Warranty if the fault does occur, or a rather large door stop!

Neutral heat from me....
Edited by: "Whipster" 9th Jan
Whipster09/01/2020 13:20

Sorry OP, sadly I can't recommend Samsung for 4K UHD TV's anymore. I have …Sorry OP, sadly I can't recommend Samsung for 4K UHD TV's anymore. I have a LOT of their kit but my main 50" 4K UHD TV that I purchased 18 months ago has developed the white circles manufacturing fault. Unfortunately, Samsung are refusing to do anything about it unless I pay for it to be fixed, which is expensive and therefore isn't good. It seems to be some of their 4K UHD TV's that have the issue, not sure if it affects current models but I personally can't risk it. There are a LOT of people in the same boat, including some that have paid for Samsung to fix it only for the problem to re-appear shortly afterwards, just google 'Samsung TV White Circles' and go to the Samsung eu forums. For now Samsung are at the back of the queue for TV's for me, just be wary of the fault, I am not sure whether it may affect this panel too, if it does you may be left with a hefty bill post Warranty if the fault does occur, or a rather large door stop!Neutral heat from me....


Only time will tell. However if this panel had that issue, retailers won't be providing 5 or 6 years warranty. No one is willing to loose money.
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