We are continuing our look at the best 4K TVs to buy this month, as consumers look to find the best deals possible during the exciting sales period with retailers dropping their prices by hundreds of dollars.
The new Samsung UN55MU6300F 55″ 4K Smart HDR Ultra HDTV is a 2017 model and is set to be one of the popular models that consumers will try to get the best deal on.
Main specs of the Samsung UN55MU6300F include a 55-inch 4K display with a 3840 x 2160 resolution, 120 Motion rate which means 60Hz native, 4K upscaling, UHD dimming, 3 HDMI ports, 2 USB ports, 4K HDR Pro and Samsung Smart Hub for apps such as Netflix, Amazon and Spotify.
This TV also comes with Samsung’s new OneRemote which allows you to use the same remote control to control other devices around the house as well such as PS4, Xbox One S, Apple TV, Roku and more.
With 4K HDR Pro on board, it means that you will get a much better picture quality compared to standard 4K TV sets, although it needs to be said that it isn’t the best version of HDR that Samsung offers, as these come on Series 8000 and above with the Samsung branding of 4K HDR ‘Extreme’ – this is only a Series 6000 model.
As a result, you won’t get the 10bit color specification to make the most out of the PS4 Pro and Xbox One X gaming consoles, so make sure you are aware of this before you make the decision to purchase as in-store staff won’t make this clear in-store.
For a better idea on if this model is for you, we recommend you read through the Samsung UN55MU6300F reviews here at Dell. Alternatively, there is a lot more feedback from those that have purchased this model from Best Buy too – at the time of writing, the Best Buy rating for this TV is 4.7/5 with over 600 reviews so this is very impressive indeed.
If you need to see the full Samsung UN55MU6300FXZC tech specs, then you can head to Samsung’s website here where you can also download the product manual in PDF here.
Are you interested in this model? Let us know what you think and if you have any questions about it. Is the lack of full HDR a problem for you or not?