Samsung TVs are going to be the big attraction for many consumers this month. We have already seen Samsung themselves offer official discounts on their website, but now we have info on one particular model which could be very popular, with a Samsung UN50EH5000FXZA 50-inch HDTV review.
This is another of Samsung’s premium models and we know it is going to be offered with a significant discount over the course of this month from retailers such as Target and Best Buy.
Samsung UN50EH5000FXZA specs include a 50-inch LED display which offers a full 1920×1080 HD resolution. Samsung offers their Clear Motion Rate 120 technology on this model, but natively it is going to be a 60hz refresh rate – a crucial piece of information for those that look for refresh rate above any other spec.
Elsewhere, the Samsung 50″ 1080p 60Hz LED HDTV offers 2 HDMI ports, Wide Color Enhancer Plus to improve picture quality further and also Samsung ConnectShare Movie as well which allows users to directly watch media from a USB stick cutting out the need for further software.
While the massive screen is an obvious highlight, 60Hz and 2 HDMI ports may be a turn off for you. Having said that, we have read through hundreds of product reviews for this model from users, the majority of which say that picture quality is excellent.
You can read through the Samsung UN50EH5000FXZA review page here to see the great feedback for yourself. Picture quality is key after all and if this Samsung model lacks the glamour and Smart TV functions of other models from the company, consumers are still likely to cash in based on the feedback of others.
Do you agree that picture quality is essential for you compared to a wealth of multimedia features? You can check out some further reading with the official Samsung UN50EH5000FXZA manual here, while a full tech spec list is available on Samsung’s website here.
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