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Samsung SUHD TV Review | A New Generation Of Smart TVs
Samsung SUHD TV Review | A New Generation Of Smart TVs

Samsung SUHD TV Review | A New Generation Of Smart TVs

Since smart TVs hit the market, our home entertainment options have become a whole lot easier. Eliminating the need for external devices to stream online content, they’ve made our viewing experiences a lot more streamlined. It seems the TVs are getting smarter with each generation too, which is a pretty great thing. Most recently, Samsung announced the local release of their new SUHD (ultra high-definition) TVs, featuring some pretty significant new technologies to make for an enhanced home entertainment experience. We tried one out and were really impressed by the quality of the picture, as well as the smart TV functions and connectivity with mobile devices.

Samsung SUHD TV Review | A New Generation Of Smart TVs

First off, the TV looks stunning. Sleek and premium, it would sit nicely in anyone’s living room. It features a cadmium-free, 10-bit Quantum dot display that makes whatever’s on look crystal clear and super true to life. Colours are deep, vibrant and simply just very enjoyable to watch. The TV’s 4k resolution delivers amazing clarity and with more and more 4k content becoming continuously available, it makes it all the more exciting. Like most new TVs these days, the Samsung SUHD models feature a curved screen. Admittedly, I thought curved screens were just a fad when they were first released, but since trying this Samsung TV, I can definitely appreciate their purpose. It really adds to the viewing experience and makes it easier to see the screen from all angles.

Samsung SUHD TV Review | A New Generation Of Smart TVs

The operating system of the smart TV is really easy to use and navigate. With the new Smart Hub you can now customise the menu so you can quickly access your most used content options. A new remote, called the Samsung One, also now consolidates those of compatible external devices like game consoles and home theatre systems. This means minimising the hassle of trying to find all the different remotes that control your whole home entertainment set-up. The Samsung One has a clean design and it’s nice to hold, plus it has a microphone input.

Samsung SUHD TV Review | A New Generation Of Smart TVs

One of my favourite elements of the Samsung SUHD TV is using it in conjunction with a Samsung mobile device. I had my Galaxy Note 7 with me and it connected to the TV quickly, just by being near it! When you have a mobile device connected, you can use it as a remote to control the TV. Another nifty feature is screen mirroring, where you can display the mobile device’s screen on the TV and vice versa. This would come in handy for a few different things, but I especially like the idea of being able to watch broadcast TV anywhere in my house, without having to actually be in front of the TV.

Samsung SUHD TV Review | A New Generation Of Smart TVs

Along with the release of the new TVs, Samsung is also launching Australia’s first Ultra HD Blu-ray player. The UBD-K8500 is HDR compatible and delivers an unparalleled viewing experience. Pair it with the SUHD TV and you’ll never want to leave your living room again!

For more info about Samsung’s SUHD TVs, head to samsung.com/au

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