The Samsung TV makes the good first impression over time but its back light issues make it harder and harder to love with. This series section of Samsung annual range refreshes have consistently impressed us in the recent years. It hitting a price meets performance sweet spot and it is found hard to resist.
The segment of the 4K TV market has started to get seriously crowded and it does not benefit from the brand QLED colour technology. It is bright and colourful and exceptionally slim with excellent user interface.
DESIGN AND PRICE
It delivers an instant design upgrade on its step down 7100 series, siblings by being much trimmer round the back. It is the slimmest TV we have seen in its class it underlines by adorning that barely there rear with the tasteful brushed finish.
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The desktop feet are more stylish than the norm and it taking on the ice skate blade approach that makes them almost invisible, when users viewing the screen straight on.
The quality of this Samsung TV is pretty respectable for such an affordable TV. It has standard button heavy one and the sleek smart one that lets the user perform all the day to day actions that are typically need via much reduced button count.
It is currently priced at 649 Euro that are $999. It is the biggest competition in the United Kingdom from the up and the coming Chinese brands the Hisense and TCL.
- The screen type is LCD edge LED backlight with 4K resolution.
- The Eden Tizen operating system and HDR 10, HDR 10 plus and HLG x3 HDMI.
- There is no VRR but ALLM is present, with dimensions 64^112^64, that is 2.6 cm.
Some of the features are provided by the Tizen based Eden system that are slick, more effective and efficient. The services provided by this are present and correct.
This TV happened to be bright and would work just fine. It does not have the back light control necessary to adapt itself, successfully to darker moments leaving them looking misty and unconvincing.