Bush 40-inch Ultra HD TV with Freeview Play reviews missing in 2016

By Alan Ng - Nov 23, 2016

Bush are once again back with a new 4K Ultra HD smart TV for consumers in the UK who are looking to upgrade in 2016 from their current HD model.

The Bush 40-inch 4K Ultra HD Smart TV with Freeview Play sold at Argos is an upgrade on the company’s model last year which offered 4K but only Freeview HD.

This one comes with the newer Freeview Play standard, which allows you to connect your Freeview channels to the built-in WiFi and watch on demand programmes from the likes of BBC iPlayer, ITV Hub and All 4 straight from the programme guide – as opposed to opening up separate apps like you would on Freeview HD.

Standard specs include 2 HDMI ports, 2 USB ports, Motion Rate 50, VGA input, Ethernet port, DLNA and full access to Smart internet apps such as Netflix, YouTube, BBC News and Facebook.

Unfortunately though, nothing has changed from this Bush TV being a complete mystery in terms of other information. Last year’s 4K model was an unknown quantity when it came to locating official product support for it and we can see it is the same story here.

Argos offer no official link to a Bush 4K TV support website for this 40-inch model and there’s also no other professional Bush 40-inch Ultra HD TV reviews for 2016 with the upgraded Freeview Play model either.

bush-49-inch-ultra-hd-smart-tv-review-argos

That also means there’s no Bush 40-inch Ultra HD TV with Freeview Play manual, which Argos or Bush should really offer as a minimum requirement.

We invite you to leave your thoughts on this Bush model in our discussion section below. If you are thinking of buying this model from Argos, let us know what you think and give a heads-up to other readers who could be about to buy.

Are you shocked that it is so difficult to locate support for Bush TVs from Argos?

Follow us on Facebook, Twitter or Google Plus.

Also See: Bush 49-inch 4K Ultra HD Smart TV review with no HDR

bush-40-inch-4k-uhd-smart-freeview-hd-tv-manual