We have another TV for you to look at, for those that are specifically looking for a premium TV, with amazing specs that you won’t mind paying a top price for. Samsung’s TV sets are always popular for gaming needs and with this in mind we now take a look at a Samsung 55 UHD Curved TV UN55HU7200FXZA review.
Samsung’s UHD Curved TVs are brand new and anyone considering a purchase are going to be buying a model that is a significant upgrade from whatever they have been using previously.
Picture quality is unbelievable on this particular model, with Samsung’s Ultra Clear Panel technology delivering four times the resolution of a normal 1080p TV set.
The Samsung 55-inch UN55HU7200F specs also include UHD upscaling with noise reduction to SD, HD or full HD content – in other words, a 3840 x 2160 resolution picture quality. While the world plays catch up on native UHD content, the upscaling feature is going to be one of the standout highlights of this model.
The Smart TV aspect really comes into its own with this set too, as the Smart Touch Remote will include two lovely features allowing you to select apps such as YouTube or Netflix via voice with the integrated microphone, or by pointing and clicking as the remote comes with a built-in touchpad – a nice touch indeed.
Other specs include 4 HDMI ports, DTS Premium Sound 5.1, ethernet port, three USB 2.0 ports, WiFi direct and a specialized Gaming mode.
Simply put, it is the ultimate TV if you have the $1000+ to pay for one. If you are interested, we advise you to keep your eyes open this month as we have been told that there will be significant discounts on some of Samsung’s UHD Curved HU7200 Series.
Given that this TV has just launched at retail, there are not many professional reviews that have been published. However, we have picked out some user reviews from a select number of consumers who just couldn’t wait to splash the cash.
Let us know if you are thinking of dropping the cash on this luxury TV. Do you have any fears before paying such a high price, or is superior picture quality the most important thing to you?