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SAMSUNG UE65RU7470UXXU 65" Smart 4K Ultra HD HDR LED TV with Bixby £698 Currys
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SAMSUNG UE65RU7470UXXU 65" Smart 4K Ultra HD HDR LED TV with Bixby £698 Currys

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Posted 15th Jan

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Our experts have some serious techsperience, and they think you'll love this Samsung UE65RU7470UXXU 65" Smart 4K Ultra HD HDR LED TV with Bixby. We were wowed by the super sharp display and incredible contrast. Plus, find what you want with voice search.

See every subtle detail

Get the full picture with the Samsung UE65RU7470UXXU 65" Smart 4K Ultra HD HDR LED TV with Bixby. With the combination of HDR10+ and Dynamic Crystal Colour, you'll see over a billion vibrant colours on screen. HDR displays the brightest and darkest colours in each frame, so everything from dimly lit dialogue scenes to nature documentaries look vivid and realistic.

Control your Smart home

Bixby is built-in, so you can control your TV just by speaking to it. Simply say “Turn up the volume”, “Switch to HDMI 1”, or “Open Netflix” and your TV will respond straight away.

You can even manage and control smart appliances, such as your lights, heating and washing machine in the same way. The TV works with SmartThings, Amazon Alexa, and Google Assistant, so you can dim the lights, turn up the thermostat so you're nice and cosy, and check the wash cycle from the comfort of your sofa.

Find the perfect shows for you

Spend less time navigating and more time watching great content. The Samsung RU7470 picks up on the kind of movies and TV shows you watch to make suggestions you're bound to love.

And you'll find suggestions easily, too. The Universal Guide displays popular shows from loads of streaming services, alongside a selection tailored just for you. That means you can make a choice straight away, without switching between apps.

Premium One Remote

No more need to juggle TV, Blu-ray and sound bar remotes. The Premium One Remote Control connects to all your compatible devices. Crank up the volume on your sound bar, play the latest movies on your Blu-ray player, or even browse the internet on your TV, all from one handy remote.

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Tv prices are crazy now. I paid 450 for a decent second hand 51 inch plasma (albeit 7/8 years ago now)

Great deal on a pretty decent set, heat added
I remember paying 3.5k for my 65 Samsung smart TV with 3d glasses in 2012
Not great deal... You can buy RU8000 model with 120Hz panel for £675
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Much the same as 7400 which is £679 in Richer Sounds with a 6 year warranty. I am reluctant to buy a TV at this price with only a 1 year warranty.
I find Samsungs naming conventions so confusion. I havnt done any research since i bought my KS9000 3yrs ago for £1200 which at the time was a seriously hot UK deal. I know Samsung like to rebadge their tellies but 7400 if I remember correctly was capable of 1,000 nits and quatum dots (is that QLED these days?). It would be nice if someone in the know could confirm this because that would make this a seriously good TV for the money.
pavel7615/01/2020 09:12

Not great deal... You can buy RU8000 model with 120Hz panel for £675 …Not great deal... You can buy RU8000 model with 120Hz panel for £675 https://prcdirect.co.uk/samsung-ue65ru8000-65-dynamic-crystal-colour-smart-4k-tv.html


Also Topcashback have 3.6% off via PRC online which knocks another £24.30 off the £675 bringing it down to £650.70. Decent price for this 65 inch set without going up to the better Q60 etc.
FrugalFergal15/01/2020 12:47

I find Samsungs naming conventions so confusion. I havnt done any research …I find Samsungs naming conventions so confusion. I havnt done any research since i bought my KS9000 3yrs ago for £1200 which at the time was a seriously hot UK deal. I know Samsung like to rebadge their tellies but 7400 if I remember correctly was capable of 1,000 nits and quatum dots (is that QLED these days?). It would be nice if someone in the know could confirm this because that would make this a seriously good TV for the money.


The RU74XX is the next step up from their basic 4K sets (RU7100/RU7020). It's similar but with more features like wide colour gamut (not Quantum dot though), Freesat and USB PVR Recording.

Their higher end QLED sets have a Q in the model name (e.g. Q60R, Q80R).

They change their naming conventions year on year, so they aren't always directly comparable (e.g. the 2017 MU6100/6120 was replaced by the NU7020, which was replaced by the RU7100/7020).

They often downgrade their TV's too. The NU8000 (2018) offers significantly better picture and brightness performance compared to the RU8000 (2019)
Edited by: "chancooluk" 15th Jan
Advice please.
I can buy this TV from Samsung via the Blue Light App for £80 less than Richer Sounds. But Samsung have dropped their 5 year warranty. However if I buy from Samsung are they as the merchant not bound by the 5/6 year European/UK consumer protection. I.E. it should last a reasonable period of time.?
chancooluk15/01/2020 14:09

The RU74XX is the next step up from their basic 4K sets (RU7100/RU7020). …The RU74XX is the next step up from their basic 4K sets (RU7100/RU7020). It's similar but with more features like wide colour gamut (not Quantum dot though), Freesat and USB PVR Recording.Their higher end QLED sets have a Q in the model name (e.g. Q60R, Q80R).They change their naming conventions year on year, so they aren't always directly comparable (e.g. the 2017 MU6100/6120 was replaced by the NU7020, which was replaced by the RU7100/7020).They often downgrade their TV's too. The NU8000 (2018) offers significantly better picture and brightness performance compared to the RU8000 (2019)


That's very good advice. Would you say the RU8000 is equivalent of the KS9000? I dont thinkthe KS900 has 120hz but it does have 1000 bits and wide colour gamut. You can really see how impressive this TV is when wathcing 4K HDR movies. Would you say the RU8000 might be a step above that with its higher refresh rate? Im actually looking to relegate my 65" KS900 to the spare room and buy an 82-85" TV but I dont want to take a step back on the high performance Im used to. If the 65" RU8000 at £700 is as good as the KS9000 then I might snap up the 82/85" RU8000 if it comes close to the £1000 - £1200 mark
I've got old D and f 8000 series and they still look wicked think they are clever with making mide range tellies low spec to push your spending up
FrugalFergal15/01/2020 15:05

That's very good advice. Would you say the RU8000 is equivalent of the …That's very good advice. Would you say the RU8000 is equivalent of the KS9000? I dont thinkthe KS900 has 120hz but it does have 1000 bits and wide colour gamut. You can really see how impressive this TV is when wathcing 4K HDR movies. Would you say the RU8000 might be a step above that with its higher refresh rate? Im actually looking to relegate my 65" KS900 to the spare room and buy an 82-85" TV but I dont want to take a step back on the high performance Im used to. If the 65" RU8000 at £700 is as good as the KS9000 then I might snap up the 82/85" RU8000 if it comes close to the £1000 - £1200 mark


No the RU8000 would be a step down.

The KS9000 can get significantly brighter, which is better for HDR. It also has a higher contrast ratio.

To replace the KS9000 I'd be looking at least at Q70R.
I just don’t know what tv I want to go for always been a fan of Samsung only had there tv last one in 2012 still working fine just 40in so want bigger looking maybe 75 and seen q85 for £2000 bu question myself is that to much when you can get this for £698 what’s the major difference I know this is 65in
chancooluk15/01/2020 16:36

To replace the KS9000 Id be looking at least at Q70R.


That's fantastic advice, thank you!
Anyone please suggest where can i buy samsung 65 KS9000? is it really worth compare to samsung 65 ru8000pla?
am looking for best quality, good viewing angles

is any best model in 65 inch below budge 1000 other than OLED
good picture qulaity, nice viewing angle, adaptable to bright room
Edited by: "haisrisri" 15th Jan
8+2 FRC
Justgotstuffidontneed15/01/2020 10:36

Much the same as 7400 which is £679 in Richer Sounds with a 6 year …Much the same as 7400 which is £679 in Richer Sounds with a 6 year warranty. I am reluctant to buy a TV at this price with only a 1 year warranty.


What's the difference between the 7400 at RS and the 7470 at curry's? Is it just the pqi and colour? Think the RS one is worth it for the 6 years
Edited by: "JimmyKFace" 17th Jan
JimmyKFace17/01/2020 20:32

What's the difference between the 7400 at RS and the 7470 at curry's? Is …What's the difference between the 7400 at RS and the 7470 at curry's? Is it just the pqi and colour? Think the RS one is worth it for the 6 years


According to Which. 7400 is black, 7410 is white and 7470 is silver, otherwise they are the same
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