This Samsung UN40HU6950FXZA 4K Smart TV review looks at the 40-inch UHD class model within the HU6950 Series. The ultra high definition picture takes things to another level from your standard HDTV you might already own, so you can see more lifelike visuals than ever before thanks to around a 4x jump in HD resolution.
The key features for this Samsung UN40HU6950 model include UHD Dimming Technology, easy content navigation with Smart Hub, an impressive Clear Motion Rate of 240 for amazing performance with fast scenes, and all backed by the speedy Quad Core processor.
Samsung UN40HU6950FXZA 4K TV video review – the official store price has dropped in half this week with a $600 saving, so with the drop being taken into account you can purchase this UHD 4K TV for just $599.99 when going direct or via partner retailers.
We’ve embedded a video hands-on in 1080p below this article, so you can better understand the features and display. The video quality drops when it zooms in, but you’ll still gain a lot of insight.
It’s worth explaining that while this UHD model is 120Hz, it drops to 60Hz when for 4K pictures. This will disappoint some of Product Reviews readers, although considering the current price it’s a deal that more than makes up for slight faults in this new for 2014 4K TV.
You can see a side shot in the photo below, again as we always explain this is important if thickness is important to you.
You can see the UHD features explained in more detail within the image below, which basically details key points for UHD upscaling and dimming. These features will make sure your SD content looks the best it can and also all content is bright with darker blacks when needed.
The price we mentioned above is only valid between 11/23-12/1. You can find out more about this offer on the official store, or see the Samsung UN40HU6950FXZA 4K TV owners manual for further details. Take a look at the hands-on review below, and then share a comment on the current cost and features gained from such a low price point.
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