Samsung UN48JU6400FXZA review with one major discrepancy

By Alan Ng - Nov 28, 2015

We have some information to share now, for those that are specifically looking for the best TV to buy during Cyber Monday this year. Consumers are going to be frantically searching for Samsung TV models and now we have details on a luxury Samsung 48″ 4K Ultra HD 60hz LED HDTV that some of you may be interested in buying soon.

This is one of Samsung’s most affordable 4K televisions and you will be able to buy this particular model at Walmart during their Cyber Monday sales for $597.99 – although we can already see that Amazon US has matched this exact price as well.

For that price, the Samsung UN48JU6400FXZA specs are fairly impressive. The 48-inch display features a 3840 x 2160 Ultra HD resolution or 4K x 2K.

It has a quad-core processor, which is needed to run Smart TV apps such as Netflix, Hulu and YouTube – plus helping to maintain a smooth operation when using the built-in web browser.


Other features include 3 HDMI inputs, 2 USB ports, UHD Dimming, UHD upscaler and Samsung ConnectShare will which easily let you view other device’s media directly on the TV.

Important notes to be aware of is that while this is a 120 Motion Rate television, it is 60Hz natively and you will also only be able to output 4K at 30Hz when using the HDMI cable to connect a PC monitor – in other words, there is no UHD color option on this model.

This is similar to what we discussed when talking about the 55-inch version of this Samsung series TV – you can recap details on that here if you missed it recently.


If you are not using this as a PC monitor though, it should be absolutely fine for all other needs, especially gaming with PS4 and Xbox One games looking amazing on Samsung 4K displays.

For more information, you can read through some Samsung UN48JU6400FXZA reviews over at Amazon here – while a full Samsung UN48JU6400FXZA tech specs list is located here.

Let us know what you think about the specs for that price and whether you are tempted to buy one this month.

Is the 4K at 30Hz output a problem for you, in relation to using as a PC monitor or not?

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