Everyone is looking to buy a new 4K TV in the US and UK now for the cheapest price possible. We’ve already given US shoppers a good heads-up on some of the models to buy now it looks like we may have the cheapest 4K TV to buy in the UK specifically.
A Polaroid 50-inch Ultra HD Smart TV is currently being sold by Asda for £299. It’s a simple but shocking price reduction which has been smartly timed it seems, to coincide with other events that retailers are currently staging.
This is the Polaroid P50US0956A 4K TV specifically, but sadly unlike so many other Polaroid models you will do well to locate any kind of official information or product support on it.
We can offer you a Polaroid P50US0956A review of the specs as it offers a 4K resolution of 3840 x 2160 pixels, 2 HDMI ports, 2 USB ports, Freeview Play TV and VGA port.
It is also fully Smart supported, meaning that it comes with apps such as Netflix, BBC iPlayer and all of the other Catch up TV apps in the UK that you would be used to using.
Unfortunately though, the rest of this TV is a complete mystery. We were shocked to find out that there is no official Polaroid P50US0956A product support on Polaroid’s website, meaning that those who buy it are going to be stuck if they run into issues.
It also means that those looking for the Polaroid P50US0956A 4K TV manual online are not going to find one. Our only suggestion if you do need support for this model is to contact Asda support on 08009520101 as that is what the Polaroid contact redirects to.
We would always link you to the crucial Polaroid P50US0956A user reviews to see what other buyers have said, but as you can see it’s not possible about this model is an unknown quantity at the time of writing.
Still, a Polaroid 50-inch 4K at ASDA for £300, it sounds too good to be true doesn’t it? Let us know your thoughts on this model and if you are interested in buying one.
For those that have got one, let us know if you run into any Polaroid P50US0956A TV problems and we’ll try to help below.
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