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SAMSUNG UE65RU7020KXXU 65" Smart 4K Ultra HD HDR LED TV £599 @ Currys
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SAMSUNG UE65RU7020KXXU 65" Smart 4K Ultra HD HDR LED TV £599 @ Currys

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Posted 17th Nov 2019Edited by:"LykaMadness"

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Discover how good your content can look

Take your home viewing up a notch and witness all your favourite content come to life with the Samsung UE65RU7020KXXU 65" Smart 4K Ultra HD HDR LED TV.
With HDR technology you'll get scene-by-scene image mastering, so you'll be able to see the finer details in the picture, even when the setting is dark. Your old favourites will get a new lease of life, and new shows will burst from the screen.

Find shows you'll love

If you always seem to end up flicking backwards and forwards through all your streaming and TV content platforms, the Universal Guide is going to make life a lot simpler.

With all your favourites like Netflix, Prime Video, BBC iPlayer all in one place, switching between your on-demand shows and movies couldnt be easier - you'll get recommendations based on what you love to watch too. Even better, with One Remote functionality, you can control all your connected devices with just the one TV remote, so there will be less clutter on your coffee table.

The RU7020 works with Alexa and Google Assistant, so whether you're an Amazon Echo or Google Home household, your new TV will work seamlessly with your setup.

Slim design

Designed to be super slim and give you the maximum panel area for its size, the RU7020 looks lovely from every angle. With in-built cable management, it's easy to keep wires from all your consoles and content players under control, so you can enjoy completely distraction-free viewing, with nothing pulling your attention.
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Going to wait for all the tv experts to comment before buying to see if there’s a better alternative
Same tv at Richer sounds with a 6 year guarantee
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Purchased 55" version of this model very recently - excellent TV
Adam_anderson17/11/2019 12:23

Going to wait for all the tv experts to comment before buying to see if …Going to wait for all the tv experts to comment before buying to see if there’s a better alternative


Me too
Pretty much the same price at all stores.

Look for best cashback option or check employee rewards programmes for best value
Do I buy off eBay for £524 or wait for Black Friday deals.
I'm looking for a 65"+ TV and just don't know what to buy. I want something amazing but don't want to spend over 750. This looks like a good deal, but I don't want to end up with a rubbish picture.
plainjayne8117/11/2019 15:05

I'm looking for a 65"+ TV and just don't know what to buy. I want …I'm looking for a 65"+ TV and just don't know what to buy. I want something amazing but don't want to spend over 750. This looks like a good deal, but I don't want to end up with a rubbish picture.


The Panasonic which was for £599 at Costco on offer the week dare I say the best under £1000 TV on the market when it had been released last.

Viewing angles etc can affect picture quality

I’m no expert on TVs 🙏🏾
dilip.mistry17/11/2019 15:12

The Panasonic which was for £599 at Costco on offer the week dare I say …The Panasonic which was for £599 at Costco on offer the week dare I say the best under £1000 TV on the market when it had been released last.Viewing angles etc can affect picture quality I’m no expert on TVs 🙏🏾


Thanks. I'm no where near a Costco.
dilip.mistry17/11/2019 15:12

The Panasonic which was for £599 at Costco on offer the week dare I say …The Panasonic which was for £599 at Costco on offer the week dare I say the best under £1000 TV on the market when it had been released last.Viewing angles etc can affect picture quality I’m no expert on TVs 🙏🏾


Do you know what the model number was?
dulku17/11/2019 17:33

Do you know what the model number was?

Panasonic’s GX800 displays an exceptional 4K HDR picture, powered by the Hollywood Cinema Experience processor. The brand’s HDR
Very is doing the same model, but if you put it on buy now pay 6 months 0% you get 10% back, so £540.

very.co.uk/sam… 65
dilip.mistry17/11/2019 15:12

The Panasonic which was for £599 at Costco on offer the week dare I say …The Panasonic which was for £599 at Costco on offer the week dare I say the best under £1000 TV on the market when it had been released last.Viewing angles etc can affect picture quality I’m no expert on TVs 🙏🏾


whens it that price ?
dilip.mistry17/11/2019 17:46

Panasonic’s GX800 displays an exceptional 4K HDR picture, powered by the H …Panasonic’s GX800 displays an exceptional 4K HDR picture, powered by the Hollywood Cinema Experience processor. The brand’s HDR

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dilip.mistry17/11/2019 17:46

Panasonic’s GX800 displays an exceptional 4K HDR picture, powered by the H …Panasonic’s GX800 displays an exceptional 4K HDR picture, powered by the Hollywood Cinema Experience processor. The brand’s HDR


Glad to read this I ordered one this afternoon
Winklexx17/11/2019 20:17

Glad to read this I ordered one this afternoon


Well all reviews were excellent for the Panasonic and if u can get it at this price with a decent guarantee you have a bargain and wonderful TV(party)
dilip.mistry17/11/2019 20:19

Well all reviews were excellent for the Panasonic and if u can get it at …Well all reviews were excellent for the Panasonic and if u can get it at this price with a decent guarantee you have a bargain and wonderful TV(party)


I bought a customer return from Hughes for £530 which I thought was pretty good, there just up the road from me to which is a bonus. We don’t have a Costco near us and I had no idea of that deal, best I could find was £739.
Winklexx17/11/2019 20:24

I bought a customer return from Hughes for £530 which I thought was pretty …I bought a customer return from Hughes for £530 which I thought was pretty good, there just up the road from me to which is a bonus. We don’t have a Costco near us and I had no idea of that deal, best I could find was £739.


My friend that is an absolutely steal usually customer returns tend to be in pristine condition usually
can someone ban all deals from being posted until BF
devinn17/11/2019 13:33

£524 at ebay with code …£524 at ebay with code https://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/Samsung-UE65RU7020-65-Ultra-HD-Smart-4K-HDR-TV/303340468660?epid=7034913262&hash=item46a08039b4:g:A7QAAOSwTuVdzoLM


Any idea what the guarantee is? Can't see it on the website. Thanks
But is it better than an OLED
Joeaddo17/11/2019 22:49

Any idea what the guarantee is? Can't see it on the website. Thanks


1 year
StevieW0nder17/11/2019 22:52

But is it better than an OLED


Doubtful but would you get oled below £1k?
CraigMartin17/11/2019 23:17

Doubtful but would you get oled below £1k?


Not a 65" I doubt; I purchased a 55" Panasonic OLED 6 months ago from eBay, it was a manufacturer refurbished model and it was like brand new, it cost me £850.
The 7 Series 7020 sets really are bargain basement in quality if that matters to you. I was considering the next one up so to speak, a 7 series 7100 set in the 75" Samsung UE75RU7100 as it can be had for a smidge over a grand on the Samsung site using the 25% student discount offer that my daughter is entitled to. The problem is these cheaper 65"+ TV's just don't have the brightness levels needed to take advantage of HDR and the picture image quality is also only rated at 1400 PQI (Picture Quality Index). Take into consideration most mid-range 65" TV's have a PQI of 2500+ then this gives you a better idea of how much picture quality you are sacrificing just to get the larger 75" set! TCL do a cracking 75" set the TCL 75R617 for around the same price but I'm waiting to hear back from them as to whether this is available in the UK. Always best to look at the TV in person if you can at somewhere like Currys/PC World and then hop online to see if you can find it cheaper before just blindly ordering a cheap or reduced in price TV online.
Edited by: "mumjit" 18th Nov 2019
Crazy good deal
It's a good deal but the argos LG one (60UM7100PLB) has so many more features, does it not..? :/
Looking for a 65” but hard to buy something a week before Black Friday. SURELY their will be a killer couple of deals? Else this looks good,
dilip.mistry17/11/2019 19:20

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I cant find it at that price on Costco's site can you post a link
scottscotland18/11/2019 08:32

I cant find it at that price on Costco's site can you post a link


My friend that was like 4 weeks ago(fierce)
Can get an extra 5% back if you use their bnpl. Also price matching BF price if it does go any cheaper (checked at my local store)
dilip.mistry18/11/2019 08:33

My friend that was like 4 weeks ago(fierce)


No wonder I could not find it lol
Adam_anderson17/11/2019 12:23

Going to wait for all the tv experts to comment before buying to see if …Going to wait for all the tv experts to comment before buying to see if there’s a better alternative


Comment? Don't you mean argue?
This price is the same everywhere
faythy18/11/2019 08:50

Comment? Don't you mean argue?


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