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Samsung UN60H6350AFXZA review for best Smart TV

If your objective is to pick up the biggest premium TV this month at the lowest possible price, we have another recommendation for you. Many consumers are opting to go with Samsung as their brand of choice, so we now take a look at a Samsung UN60H6350AFXZA review for this 60-inch Smart TV.

For many consumers, 32-48 inches just does not fit the bill anymore in the living room. Bigger sized TVs are getting cheaper all the time and this month will be the best opportunity to grab that bargain you have always wanted.

The Samsung 60-inch H6350 Series Smart LED TV is a good option as we can see that the specs are of the highest quality. It’s not 4K or Ultra HD supported, but it does include a Full HD 1920×1080 resolution and Samsung Clear Motion Rate 240, although 120Hz natively.


It also has a backlit LED function, as well as Eco Light and Energy Saving functions. In terms of multimedia features, it is one of the best TVs to buy on the market at the moment – offering services such as Samsung Smart Hub, Screen Mirroring, Web Browser and Smart View 2.0 – the latter of which allows you to view your Samsung TV screen on a tablet, phone or computer.

Elsewhere, there’s 4 HDMI ports, superior DTS Premium Sound 5.1, Gaming Mode, Ethernet port, Easy WiFi mode and as many as 3 USB ports.

If you love to make full use of the TV and watch internet apps such as Netflix and YouTube all day long, then this may be the perfect TV for you.


It’s also had stunning feedback as well from those who have already forked out over $1000 to buy one. You can see for yourself by reading through almost 800 Samsung UN60H6350AFXZA reviews – 650 of which are either 4 or 5-star rated reviews.

For a closer look at what this Samsung 60″ 1080p Class LED Smart HDTV offers, you can download the Samsung UN60H6350 manual here.

Let us know your thoughts on this TV. Are you considering to buy one from the likes of Walmart and Amazon?



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