Smart functionality is everywhere; from cars to cookers, phones to fryers, it fills our homes, workplaces and all places in between. Offering advanced features, smart TVs are increasingly popular, budget-friendly and easy to set up and enjoy.
As one of the leading manufacturers of high-quality tech, Samsung have developed their smart TVs to beat their competitors with a range of unique, innovative options, based around their impressive Tizen platform.
We’ve checked out their most popular models and put them through a range of tests to bring you our unbiased reviews.
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This 32’’ offering from industry leading Samsung is a well designed beast. Robust and easy to wall mount if required, the back of the chassis houses a decent number of inputs, including 2 HDMI and 1 USB port. The VEGA mounting system allows these to retain easy accessibility.
The M4500 display brings a brilliance to the full range of colors, making every scene sing with a lifelike luminosity, while the excellent native contrast provides deep, dark blacks and crisp whites, assisted by the Micro Dimming Pro. Even the smallest features on screen are detailed and wonderfully textured, placing you right in the heart of the action, which is uninterrupted by the exceptional pixel refresh rate.
The Smart Hub allows the smart features to be easily and smoothly accessed, and with the preinstalled apps, such as Netflix and Amazon Video, you’re good to go instantly. Visit the app store for a vast range of apps, meaning this TV offers something for everyone.
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The style and class of this model ooze from every pore, with the quality of build making this TV a great choice for family viewing, or if you wish to take your entertainment on vacation with you. It’s small and neat enough to pack, yet powerful enough to offer full immersivity in the latest block buster.
The gamut of crystal clear colors provides attractive, realistic images, and the contrast ratio brings soft, rich blacks and whites that avoid the annoying halo so often seen on inferior TVs. Textures add depth, allowing the scenes to pop with life, and the accurate response time means that on-screen action rolls smoothly, eliminating juddering.
The intuitive interface is very user friendly and accessible for everyone, making downloading apps, live streaming, and more simple via the Samsung remote control. If you have several smart devices to manage, you’ll never miss a trick with the SmartThings app – perfect!
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Since hitting the shelves, Samsung’s The Frame TV has been popular, and we can see why. Super stylish, with neat bezels, and the option to display either photos or art when not in use, this model makes itself at home in any environment.
Thanks to the quantum dot technology, the colors are sharp and clean, offering a realistic vibrancy that has every scene springing forth from the screen. The native contrasts offer an inky smooth black, and clean, distortion-free whites, while textures are beautifully detailed.
With a great response time and low input lag, this TV functions as an impressively responsive games machine, and with preinstalled apps, such as Netflix and Amazon Video, the set up is simple to follow.
Samsung’s Frame scores high on all our tests, making it an easy model to recommend for your new TV.
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