Samsung TV models are going to be extremely popular this month, as consumers look for the best prices and opt to choose Samsung as their preferred brand, rather than take a risk on the influx of ‘budget’ brands that always pop up.
We now have a look at another model for you now, with a Samsung UN55J6201 55-inch Smart HDTV review – which is the model which many of you will be looking to buy over the course of this month.
This 55-inch TV isn’t 4K Ultra HD supported, but it does have Smart TV apps such as Netflix, YouTube and Hulu Plus at your disposal thanks to built-in WiFi.
Key Samsung UN55J6201AFXZA specs include a 55-inch LED display with a full 1080p resolution, 2 HDMI ports and a native refresh rate of 60Hz.
Be aware that this is advertised with Samsung 120 Clear Motion, but in reality this is a 60Hz native refresh rate that you are getting with this TV, which is still fine for the average consumer – although many always assumed that if 120 is advertised they believe it is 120Hz.
As this TV is Smart supported, you’ll also get a built-in web browser accessible through the menu, while Samsung also uses their Wide Color Enhancer feature to improve picture quality even more.
For those looking to read through some Samsung UN55J6201 reviews, you can read through Amazon’s page here but be aware that this is for the Samsung UN55J6200 model – which is identical to this one, only that it looks like Walmart has an exclusive on the Samsung UN55J6201 hence the slight change in number at the end.
You can also see Samsung’s product listing for this model here and download the manual if you need further insight before buying.
This TV currently holds a 4.3/5 rating on Amazon so clearly it’s a model which is favorable with buyers to give you a heads-up before purchase.
Are you interested in buying the Samsung UN55J6201 55″ 1080p 60Hz Class LED Smart HDTV up in November? Give us your thoughts on it and your opinion on the 60Hz Vs 120 Clear Motion debate that we always see with Samsung models.
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