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SAMSUNG UE65TU7000KXXU 65" Smart 4K Ultra HD HDR - £579 @ Currys
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SAMSUNG UE65TU7000KXXU 65" Smart 4K Ultra HD HDR - £579 @ Currys

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Posted 20th May

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My first ever deal post so please be nice

Thought this was a great price for a Samsung 65" TV with all smart functionalities and voice assistant compatibility.

Also comes with 5 years warranty!

Product features
  • Crystal display for long-lasting colour & sharp contrast
  • Crystal Processor 4K for the best 4K picture & targeted sound
  • Picture quality: 2000 PQI
  • HDR: HDR10+ / Hybrid Log-Gamma (HLG)
  • Catch-up TV & 4K streaming
Glorious colour

Don't settle for anything less than crystal clear colour. The Samsung UE65TU7000KXXU 65" Smart 4K Ultra HD HDR LED TV delivers pure colours, sharp contrast, and brilliant brightness. HDR displays the brightest and darkest colours in each frame, so everything from dimly lit dialogue scenes to nature documentaries look vivid and realistic.

A smarter TV

You've got one of the largest collections of 4K content and catch-up apps at your fingertips, including Apple TV, Netflix, and Disney+, so you'll never be stuck for something to watch.

If you've already got a Bixby, Google Assistant, or Amazon Alexa speaker, you can use it to control your TV.

Immersive sound

Adaptive Sound automatically adjusts to what you're watching, so your entertainment feels more immersive than before.

Game enhancer

Enjoy your favourite console games with picture and sound that adapts as fast as your game. You won't miss a moment thanks to incredibly low lag rates.

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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Please note: Some apps & services are only available in the UK. Apps & services may be removed or no longer supported by third party content providers at any time. Some apps & services may not be available at launch and may require a firmware update before becoming available.

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That's bang for your buck. Heat added. 65 is massive. I have a tiny living room otherwise i would jump on it.
Sloancold31620/05/2020 21:36

That's bang for your buck. Heat added. 65 is massive. I have a tiny living …That's bang for your buck. Heat added. 65 is massive. I have a tiny living room otherwise i would jump on it.


Cant you put it up at the window then you can really have a room with a view?
Same price at John Lewis
the__cat21/05/2020 00:03

Same price at John Lewis


Is that meant to mean something?
bigton300021/05/2020 00:56

Is that meant to mean something?


Yep. Some don't like shopping at Currys but do at JL. Also it's handy to know in case it goes OOS at Currys. Keep up!
King_Ozey21/05/2020 00:57

Where I can't find it


I can't post the link for some reason. Just search for the model on a well-known search engine and you'll see it
Tu7000. Garbage. Cheap price. But notorious issues with screen flickering, plenty of people Had replacement TVs etc and still had the issue
. Quick google/reddit will show you if you wish to check it out. (search tu7000, not size specific and you will also see it happens to this model of TVs of different size).

Genuingly think in this models case, you're better of with a hisense, or shelling out a little more.
jaymorgangrice21/05/2020 08:25

Tu7000. Garbage. Cheap price. But notorious issues with screen flickering, …Tu7000. Garbage. Cheap price. But notorious issues with screen flickering, plenty of people Had replacement TVs etc and still had the issue . Quick google/reddit will show you if you wish to check it out. (search tu7000, not size specific and you will also see it happens to this model of TVs of different size).Genuingly think in this models case, you're better of with a hisense, or shelling out a little more.


I agree. £579 is still a lot of money for something that is really poor and bottom of the market, along with its issues. You really need about £800 budget for a 65in Tv that will be adequate.
This model has been £599 for months, they haven’t sold many, so reduced by £20! not a deal at all.
It seems some People like to buy terrible TV's, there was a post on Facebook the other day someone asking for a decent 65" TV and I posted a link to the Panasonic OLED that was on here the other day, I was laughed out of the group as they all posted there Sharp & Toshibas for £350-£450.. I tired to explain but most people see 65" and that is all that matters.
I had one of these delivered last month, the firmware is seriously buggy, laggy and a nightmare to use.

Also, you cannot view HDR content in Disney+ or other platforms as the image goes far too dark. I had to change the apps to only play SD content.

No point having a 4k TV when all you can view is SD. Returned it for an LG nanocell and it is so much better.
BenRobb21/05/2020 12:19

I had one of these delivered last month, the firmware is seriously buggy, …I had one of these delivered last month, the firmware is seriously buggy, laggy and a nightmare to use.Also, you cannot view HDR content in Disney+ or other platforms as the image goes far too dark. I had to change the apps to only play SD content. No point having a 4k TV when all you can view is SD. Returned it for an LG nanocell and it is so much better.


Yeah I am eyeing up the Nano 90 model... It's £1499 right now at JL with a free £200 soundbar.

But bad for a 2020 model with 4x HDMI 2.1 and full array dimming. That'll be down to close to a grand in a few months...
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