We have some useful information to give you now, on one of Best Buy’s new 4K Samsung TVs which is undoubtedly going to be a hot attraction this year during the frantic 2016 Holiday sales.
The retailer is going to be offering the Samsung 55″ LED 4K Ultra HDTV UN55KU6270FXZA model for a staggering $479.99, which is an instant $320 saving from the original price of $799.99.
Is the Samsung UN55KU6270FXZA worth buying though? We say that as information on this particular model appears to be something of a complete mystery.
We know that it will offer great specs such as a 55-inch 4K display, HDR Premium, UHD dimming, 4K upscaling, Smart TV apps, WiFi, 3 HDMI ports, 2 USB ports, Motion Rate 120 and great sound quality with Dolby Digital Plus.
More Samsung UN55KU6270FXZA specs are available over at Best Buy’s listing here, although it doesn’t tell the full story about this model.
Furthermore, Samsung does not even list this model on their official website. The reason for this is probably due to the fact that it is an exclusive model for Best Buy and hasn’t gone on sale to the wider public yet.
As a result, the Samsung UN55KU6270FXZA TV reviews are missing online, but we can tell you that it is basically identical to the 55-inch Samsung UN55KU6290FXZA TV.
There is a lot more information available for this model and you can read through the Samsung 55″ LED 4K Ultra HDTV reviews here as it will apply to both models.
We can also bring you the Samsung UN55KU6270FXZA manual to download in advance as well for those that are looking for further insight before deciding whether to purchase.
From our observation, the HDR Premium picture quality offered is different to Samsung’s 4K HDR which you find on their Super UHD TV models – which obviously cost a lot more money.
This could be very important for those that are specifically looking at this model for PS4 Pro and Xbox One S gaming.
What are your thoughts on this model, are you considering it and need to know more information about it? Give us your questions below.
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