If you are specifically looking to buy a new ‘Curved TV’ from Samsung this month, we have another model up for consideration with a look at the stunning Samsung UN55JU6700 55″ Curved 4K Ultra HD 2160p 60Hz LED Smart HDTV reviews.
This is one of Samsung’s premium TVs to buy and it is still fairly expensive on the market compared to other brands.
Having said that, you do get what you pay for and for the big asking price you will get a Samsung Curved TV that offers plenty by way of features.
These include a stunning 4K UHD resolution of 3840 x 2160 pixels, a 120 Motion Rate, UHD upscaling, Smart View 2.0 with WiFi, 4 HDMI ports and UHD dimming technology.
The important thing to remember though, is that despite featuring a dazzling 4K TV resolution, this model still only has a 60Hz refresh rate natively – it is not 120Hz natively regardless of what you may have heard.
Other features include a built-in web browser, a quad-core processor, Samsung ConnectShare, Bluetooth, TV to mobile mirroring and three USB ports.
Simply put, this is a monster in terms of functionality and you will be amazed once you get over the initial fears of paying a high price for it.
This model usually sells for over $1000, but if you are lucky you may find it under $1000 at certain retailers. For more details on this Samsung Curved TV, you can take a look at the official Samsung UN55JU6700 tech specs list here, while we can also point you in the direction of a manual download here.
Before you purchase, don’t forget to take a look at the Samsung UN55JU6700 TV reviews here over at Amazon. This TV has a 65% 5-star rating at the moment, so it is definitely recommended if you are considering a purchase.
Are you tempted to splash out on one of these 55-inch beauties during the sales period? Let us know your thoughts on this model and the best price that you have seen for it online.
The most important question: Is a 60Hz refresh rate ultimately a big turn-off for you, with Samsung advertising 120 Motion Rate on all listings online?
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