Samsung UN65MU6070FXZA review with HDR confirmed on specs list

By Alan Ng - Nov 18, 2017

If a new 4K TV upgrade is your target during the Holiday season and you don’t mind paying a bit more money to own the very best in specs, we have a new model to tell you about now from Samsung which is going to be very popular this month.

The Samsung UN65MU6070FXZA 65″ Class LED Smart 4K Ultra HD TV is selling at Best Buy for a massive discount, as where you would usually have to pay over $1000 for it, a special price will see it drop to just $749.99.

This is a massive Edge-lit LED display with a 3840 x 2160 resolution and probably bigger than what you have previously owned before. Other Samsung UN65MU6070FXZA TV specs include 4K Color Drive Elite, Essential Black Pro, UHD dimming, UHD upscaling, 120 Motion Rate which means a 60Hz native refresh rate and 2 HDMI ports.

We can confirm that the Samsung UN65MU6070FXZA 4K TV does include 4K HDR picture quality, as there is some confusion right now about this model since Best Buy’s listing makes no mention of HDR.


However we have located the official Samsung UN65MU6070FXZA tech specs which you can view in full here and HDR is included along with other hidden features such as TV to Mobile Mirroring, Mobile to TV mirroring, DLNA and Dolby Digital Plus audio.

This TV is fully Smart supported, so you can connect to WiFi quickly with WiFi Direct and then enjoy instant access to streaming apps such as Netflix, Pandora, YouTube and Hulu at the press of a button.

If you are interested in this TV, you can buy it from Best Buy here for $749.99 from November 23, 2017. Currently there are no other Samsung UN65MU6070FXZA reviews online because it is brand new and not on sale yet – the HDR clarification should make many of you happy though before buying.

We have also pcicked out the Samsung UN65MU6070FXZA manual too which you can download in PDF format here for even more details about the TV. Let us know what you think about this model and if you have any other questions about it which we can help with.

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  • Tracey

    HDR Pro is on this TV but it only means that the TV is capable of processing 12-bit color, it only officially supports HDR10 content, not Dolby Vision, as it doesn’t have the proprietary Dolby Vision processor. Samsungs HDR Pro designation on this TV means support for the HDR10 standard only so it is not full or true HDR.

  • Scott

    Best Buy’s specifications for the the directly state this model has NO HDR on this.

    • Serik

      If you expand the “from the manufacturer” section it lists HDR Pro

    • NoHatin

      I just got mine free-delivered from Best Buy last night (which, BTW, is the way to go). I can CONFIRM that it is HDR Pro. The screen and setup is BEAUTIFUL. No bleeding corners, colors match, 4k video looks gorgeous! The free delivery to where you want it in the house is really the way to go. No lines, no hauling, just living the life of a baller.

  • Terri

    this tv is still $1099.99 on best buy’s website why??

    • Richard

      it’s $750 after 11/23