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SAMSUNG 65 Class 4K (2160P) Ultra HD Smart LED TV UN65NU6900 (2018 Model)

Features

  • Step up from Full HD with the clarity of the UN65NU6900.

    Get 4X the resolution of Full HD, plus non-4K TV content is upscaled to 4K via a powerful UHD Engine™.

    This TV is a clear upgrade for your content.

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Product Details

  • DescriptionStep up from Full HD with the clarity of the UN65NU6900. Get 4X the resolution of Full HD, plus non-4K TV content is upscaled to 4K via a powerful UHD Engine™. This TV is a clear upgrade for your content.

  • DetailsSAMSUNG 65" Class 4K (2160P) Ultra HD Smart LED TV UN65NU6900FXZA (2018 Model) Key Features Diagonal Screen Size: 64.5"" Backlight Type: LED Resolution: 2160P Effective Refresh Rate: 120Hz  Smart Functionality: Yes Connectivity HDMI Inputs: Yes, 2 USB Ports: Yes, 1 Built-in Wi-Fi:Yes 4K UHD Picture PurColor™ Essential Contrast HDR 4K UHD Game Mode UHD Engine™ Motion Rate 120 Contrast Enhancer Design Clean Cable Solution® Slim Design Bezel Color: Glossy Black  Stand Color: Charcoal Black Audio Dolby Digital Plus 20 Watt 2 Channel Included Accessories Standard Remote Industry Certification CTA 4K Ultra HD Connected

  • BrandSamsung

  • CategoryElectronics/TV & Video/All TVs

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Product Reviews

  • Walmart reviews
  • No Good Bad Horrible Samsung TV

    TV freezes and will not turn on. Daily, and wifi works after repeatey turning the tv on. Interface is also very slow....file a warranty claim while you still have time. Look at the distance between TV and Router....yet signal fails...
  • I love my new tv! The only thing that is always an issue is the remote. I wish they were a bit bigger in size. I have long nails so it’s hard to acces the right buttons without pressing on another.
  • Excellent value!

    I knew I wanted a 50" UHD for my particular application. Both for entertainment, and doubling as a large format UHD display for my computer. The salesman at the first place I went talked me into getting the comparable LG model. I returned it within a few days as the picture was terrible and one of the ports stopped working. At that point I was sure I wanted a Samsung so I went for this model and could not be happier. Picture is sharp and bright once you turn off the standard "energy saver" mode. There is some brightness falloff in the corners and along the sides, but that is to be expected with an entry level model like this and it's nothing like the LG which was impossible to see anything in the corners. I wish there was a 3rd HDMI port, but for the price this TV cannot be beat. Of note, the 6900 model only has 2.4ghz wireless. If you plan to rely on wireless for streaming instead of wired, I would recommend going up to the 6950 model for a couple bucks more that has 802.11ac wireless.
  • Good entry 4K

    I upgraded from a 55 inch that was only 1080, and although picture quality did improve, it was a slight downgrade in one area. It cannot use 5g network. And possibly because of this, screen mirroring is super laggy. On my previous TV I could screen mirror from my phone just fine and watch videos super easy. On this 'newer' model, screen mirroring lags and won't work correctly. However, playing video direct on it (such as through apps or HDMI) works great. Streaming works great as well. So I guess the only limitation is screen mirroring. Could maybe even be fixed with a firmware update if Samsung ever becomes aware of the issue. Other than that it's a great entry-level 4K TV for the 55 inch size. If you want Samsung, 55 inch, 4K, and cheap, this is probably the model you want.
  • Decent TV for the money

    I've never owned a Samsung tv before but I worked at Best Buy for 3 years so I got pretty familiar with them. We also sold a fair amount of 6 series tv's so this Black Friday I decided to upgrade my Insignia 50" to the 65" NU6070 (Best Buy only model). Well... I had to exchange that tv twice due to manufacturing issues with the display. This last time I went with the NU6900 (same tv just not a Best Buy only model) and I haven't had any issues at all with it. I will say that there are definitely better tv's out there, for the money this tv is pretty good. Picture quality is pretty good, however I did have to turn off the judder setting as I noticed it was actually causing more judder. Not having 5Ghz wifi support isn't a big deal for me as I have a wired Apple TV that I use. The one big downfall to this tv is only having 2 HDMI ports. You get what you pay for with tv's (any technology for that matter) so for $800 it's not bad!