For its first TV of 2016 Samsung has pulled out all the technological stops: UHD resolution, HDR, improved operating system and gorgeous design, it's all here.
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It may be rocking last-gen TV hardware, but this mammoth 4K TV is available at a great price, with a quality picture.
Does the curve make sense on a 32-inch TV? Samsung's new Full HD TV brings the curve to the second screen.
It may be a meaningless marketing term, but the 'SUHD' moniker once again provides Ultra HD 4K that's high on detail, colour and versatility. And for a decent price too.
Samsung's bid to bring 4K and curves to the masses continues with this well-specified but still decently affordable TV. But is its 48-inch screen big enough?
The 48-inch UE48JU7000T boasts direct LED backlighting, a Tizen-based smart system and UHD resolution - all for £1,400
Samsung's new UE65JS9000 delivers a stunning list of features, matched only by the brand's flagship UE65JS9500. What's not to like?
An all-new Smart Hub of apps comes wrapped up in Ultra HD 4k resolution, though with competition hotting up, only a price drop will make it irresistible.