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SAMSUNG UE60KU6020 Smart 4k Ultra HD HDR 60" LED TV £729 @ Currys (or £648.81 if cashback tracks)
SAMSUNG UE60KU6020 Smart 4k Ultra HD HDR 60" LED TV  £729 @ Currys (or £648.81 if cashback tracks)

SAMSUNG UE60KU6020 Smart 4k Ultra HD HDR 60" LED TV £729 @ Currys (or £648.81 if cashback tracks)

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Priced at £779, but £50 off until Tuesday (3rd Jan).

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

Quidco also has two active offers, 11% or Selected Samsung TV @ 6.6% quidco.com/currys
TCB also has two active offers, 9.9% or Selected Samsung TV @7.7%

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Original Poster

http://thumbs1.picclick.com/d/l400/pict/172357367132_/Samsung-UE40KU6000-40-Inch-4K-Ultra-HD-HDR.jpg

Previous deal/comments on this TV
hotukdeals.com/dea…464

Edited by: "soled73" 30th Dec 2016

Original Poster

Quidco also has two active offers, 11% (sales over £249) or Selected Samsung TV @ 6.6% (Lowest potential price £648.81)

TCB also has two active offers, 9.9% (sales over £249) or Selected Samsung TV @7.7% (lowest potential price £656.82)
Edited by: "soled73" 30th Dec 2016

Original Poster

....so this one or the Hisense HE65K5510UWTS @ £699 ?

hotukdeals.com/dea…630

Two good choices but for me personally the Samsung pips it.

Hisense I would go for. Thanks X)
Edited by: "Mrepg" 30th Dec 2016

Original Poster

Mrepg

Hisense I would go for. Thanks X)



Cheers Yoda (_;)

soled73

Cheers Yoda (_;)



OMG I AM WATCHING star wars on sky as that popped up. A matrix moment haha.

X);)

8 or 10 bit panel?

8bit?

Original Poster

...And not really HDR... Found this on flatpanelhd.com, the article reviews the Samsung range....

....We are entering the 6 series. These are no longer branded “SUHD” but will still offer 4K resolution. Samsung also advertises HDR but be aware that none of the 6 series models have the hardware to reproduce HDR, hence “HDR processing”. They can receive the HDR material but not reproduce it.


...

neither the Hisense nor the Samsung are "top level" so asking about bit panels and hdr etc are a bit pointless. You have to think of these sets as basic, entry level units, they're 4k, some may call "HDR ready" like the old HD ready, but they certainly don't have the most up to date tech that 10 bit panels, UHD premium, full HDR etc have, but then what do you expect for such bargain prices? Both the Hisense and the Samsung 6 series are good value for what they are, just don't expect top tech for rock bottom prices.

If you want top tech go for a Samsung 7 series, you have to think of the 6 series as the "sale" range, the units they can pump out en masse and offer deals and sales on whilst the top tech stays rather flat in price, gradually reducing over time.

Edited by: "stevenmcdowall39" 2nd Jan

The 7.7% quidco cashback is on selected TVs, the above TV is not within the selected TVs included. Cashback would be at 1.58%. £679, minus the £10.73 you may get in cashback. £668.27. Still not a terrible price.

I got the hisense and think it would be nuts to spend double this for 10bit HDR. The picture is amazing and I am completely satisfied with it.
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