Samsung UN58H5202 58-inch Smart HDTV specs with review MIA

By Alan Ng - Nov 21, 2014

Samsung are joining in on the festive fun it seems, as we have seen that they are now prepared to drop the price for some of the new Samsung Smart TV models. As a result, we can bring you a Samsung UN58H5202 review of specs, since this is one of Samsung’s latest 58-inch Smart TV models which is now selling with a discount.

If you previously were not interested in Smart TV models due to high costs, now is the time to consider. If you are willing to take the time to look online for a bargain, there’s some fantastic models to choose from.

The Samsung 58″ Class Smart LED HDTV specs are a reflection of this, with Samsung offering a nice little package at well under $1000.

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For example, we can tell you that specs for this model include a full 1920×1080 HD resolution, with LED display quality and a 60Hz refresh rate.

It features Samsung’s proprietary Clear Motion Rate 120 technology, while there are two HDMI ports on board, USB connections, built-in WiFi and web browser access.

Being Smart-supported, this model also has full access to Samsung’s entertainment hub, offering apps such as Netflix, YouTube, Hulu Plus and Facebook.

Some of you will also want to know that this TV also supports MHL, in case you want to insert your favorite media stick and watch content that way.

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As far as we’re aware, this TV is brand new and is fresh out of Samsung’s warehouse this month. We can’t even see an official product listing on Samsung’s website for this model, while we searched for the Samsung UN58H5202 manual too and couldn’t find one for you.

There are also no other Samsung UN58H5202AFXZA reviews to share with you, as usually we would like to point you in the direction of what others were saying about a particular model.

This TV is also known as the Samsung UN58H5202AFXZC at Best Buy, but there are no reviews for this model either. As a result, you face a tough task on deciding whether to take the plunge on this model, or wait until there is verified feedback from sellers.

Having said that, Samsung Smart TVs are generally very good – we have already given you a heads-up on the Samsung 55-inch Smart TV here and a popular 4K Ultra HD 55-inch model here.

Are you tempted to buy this TV during November when prices will be low? Let us know if you have found out any additional details on this Samsung 58″ 1080p Smart LED HDTV as it looks like Samsung are keeping this one a secret for now.

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  • Hasamadsnarl Leafs

    not a clear crisp picture we have the 55″ and it is much clearer and a lot more pop to it. returning it tomorrow and will wait for the 4k models to come down

  • JOHN CONSTIBLE

    SETTING UP THE 58″ WAS EASY, BUT, IF YOU DO NOT HAVE HD COMING IN, AS A STANDARD SIGNAL THE LIVE IMAGES WILL GHOST OR HAVE COLOR BLEED ON THE PEOPLE, THE EDGES ARE NOT CLEAR AND THE ADVANCE FEATURES CORRECTING THE ISSUE ARE NOT AVAILABLE ON THE 5202 MODEL

  • Leke

    Can I connect this TV by Bluetooth to a wireless sound bar?

  • LeSecret

    Just purchased yesterday as backup and set it up for my kids. Outside does not look as solide as my other Sony TV, however the picture looks great and sharp, and the kids just love it. We need to ugrade the SW in order to get full apps from Samsung. 2 HDMI ports might be just enough since we have only Wii U and XBox connected.
    In general, it worths to buy at this purprisely cheap price for big screen usage.

  • Rob

    just purchased at Best Buy for 699 – can’t wait to try it out

  • Tim

    999 at futureshop. I wish there were reviews of this somewhere. I just can’t make the leap without it

  • Bob Schwarz

    I took the plunge and bought this blind, since everything in my life is samsung. I just finished setting up and i am thrilled so far. Netflix, Vevo perfect. Mirroring my smart phone, accepting my laptop as a server playing all my movies directly. The remote controls my rogers box. Picture is good. The audio I have going out to my surround. Menus are simple, so far very good.

    • Dal

      From looking at the specs there is no optical audio output so wondering about your set up for sending sound to your surround system?

      • Bob Schwarz

        There is optical output. I have the hdmi from the cable box to the TV and optical back that way I don’t have to change the receiver channel when I’m the smart side of the TV.

      • Landon

        It does have optical out for your surround system. You might have looked at the wrong model specs.

  • Greg R

    Manual is now available on Samsung website, looks like good manual, but no reviews available anywhere Nov 2014