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Samsung UN55JU6700 Curved 55-Inch 4K Ultra HD Smart LED TV (2015 Model)
Samsung UN55JU6700 Curved 55-Inch 4K Ultra HD Smart LED TV (2015 Model)
Samsung UN55JU6700 Curved 55-Inch 4K Ultra HD Smart LED TV (2015 Model)
Samsung UN55JU6700 Curved 55-Inch 4K Ultra HD Smart LED TV (2015 Model)
Samsung UN55JU6700 Curved 55-Inch 4K Ultra HD Smart LED TV (2015 Model)
Samsung UN55JU6700 Curved 55-Inch 4K Ultra HD Smart LED TV (2015 Model)
Samsung UN55JU6700 Curved 55-Inch 4K Ultra HD Smart LED TV (2015 Model)

Samsung UN55JU6700 Curved 55-Inch 4K Ultra HD Smart LED TV (2015 Model)

Samsung UN55JU6700 Curved 55-Inch 4K Ultra HD Smart LED TV (2015 Model)
Samsung UN55JU6700 Curved 55-Inch 4K Ultra HD Smart LED TV (2015 Model)
Samsung UN55JU6700 Curved 55-Inch 4K Ultra HD Smart LED TV (2015 Model)
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Samsung UN55JU6700 Curved 55-Inch 4K Ultra HD Smart LED TV (2015 Model)
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Features

  • Refresh Rate: 120CMR (Effective)
  • Backlight: LED
  • Smart Functionality: Yes, Built in Wi-Fi: Yes
  • Dimensions (W x H x D): TV without stand: 48.9" x 28.2" x 4.4", TV with stand: 48.9" x 30.3" x 12.1",54.6” Diag.
  • Inputs: 4 HDMI, 3 USB

Description

Enjoy incredible picture crispness and dramatic detail, no matter how big the screen, with 4X the resolution of full HD. Get drawn into the action with our state-of-the-art curved screen that delivers an immersive picture experience with off-angle viewing, making any seat the best seat in the house.


Brand Name Samsung


Item Weight 42.1 pounds


Product Dimensions 48.9 x 12.1 x 30.3 inches


Item model number UN55JU6700FXZA


Color Name Black


Specification Met Energy Star


Special Features Quad-Core, Multi-Screen Dual


Frequency Response Curve 60


ASIN B00T48CVV0


Customer Reviews 4.1 out of 5 stars 746 ratings 4.1 out of 5 stars


Best Sellers Rank #108,824 in Electronics (See Top 100 in Electronics) #876 in LED & LCD TVs


Shipping Weight 52.6 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)


Date First Available March 1, 2015


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Features

  • Refresh Rate: 120CMR (Effective)
  • Backlight: LED
  • Smart Functionality: Yes, Built in Wi-Fi: Yes
  • Dimensions (W x H x D): TV without stand: 48.9" x 28.2" x 4.4", TV with stand: 48.9" x 30.3" x 12.1",54.6” Diag.
  • Inputs: 4 HDMI, 3 USB

Description

Enjoy incredible picture crispness and dramatic detail, no matter how big the screen, with 4X the resolution of full HD. Get drawn into the action with our state-of-the-art curved screen that delivers an immersive picture experience with off-angle viewing, making any seat the best seat in the house.


Brand Name Samsung


Item Weight 42.1 pounds


Product Dimensions 48.9 x 12.1 x 30.3 inches


Item model number UN55JU6700FXZA


Color Name Black


Specification Met Energy Star


Special Features Quad-Core, Multi-Screen Dual


Frequency Response Curve 60


ASIN B00T48CVV0


Customer Reviews 4.1 out of 5 stars 746 ratings 4.1 out of 5 stars


Best Sellers Rank #108,824 in Electronics (See Top 100 in Electronics) #876 in LED & LCD TVs


Shipping Weight 52.6 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)


Date First Available March 1, 2015


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Delivery

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Features

  • Refresh Rate: 120CMR (Effective)
  • Backlight: LED
  • Smart Functionality: Yes, Built in Wi-Fi: Yes
  • Dimensions (W x H x D): TV without stand: 48.9" x 28.2" x 4.4", TV with stand: 48.9" x 30.3" x 12.1",54.6” Diag.
  • Inputs: 4 HDMI, 3 USB

Description

Enjoy incredible picture crispness and dramatic detail, no matter how big the screen, with 4X the resolution of full HD. Get drawn into the action with our state-of-the-art curved screen that delivers an immersive picture experience with off-angle viewing, making any seat the best seat in the house.


Brand Name Samsung


Item Weight 42.1 pounds


Product Dimensions 48.9 x 12.1 x 30.3 inches


Item model number UN55JU6700FXZA


Color Name Black


Specification Met Energy Star


Special Features Quad-Core, Multi-Screen Dual


Frequency Response Curve 60


ASIN B00T48CVV0


Customer Reviews 4.1 out of 5 stars 746 ratings 4.1 out of 5 stars


Best Sellers Rank #108,824 in Electronics (See Top 100 in Electronics) #876 in LED & LCD TVs


Shipping Weight 52.6 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)


Date First Available March 1, 2015


abunda_amazon_reviews Samsung UN65JU6700 65 INCH 4K UHD LED TV I purchased this TV last week and here are my impressions. I had a 60’ LG Plasma prior to this unit. I was looking to stay at the 65” size without spending more than $2500. I looked at this unit as well as the non-curved version (UN65JU6500). For $200 more you get the curved screen and a fancy remote. Curve: I do like the curve. I have a dedicated room “Man Cave” that will allow four people to sit and watch comfortably. We sit about 5 feet from the display. I do feel it gives a bit more of an immersive experience when sitting relatively close and centered. If you are sitting further away within a larger room, it most likely will not give that feeling. I do notice less glare than I did with a flat screen. The curve does say “I am new and special” to any who see it. No one has complained about visual issues from the curvature. My family likes it. Picture: Wow! The picture is exceptional. Good source material will produce an outstanding image. I searched the Netflix app for 4k and found about six titles to try out. Breaking Bad, House of Cards, and some nature landscapes demo videos. They were very good. I have a six Mbps internet download speed and did not have any buffering during playback. I have watched HD-DVD, Blu-Ray, OTA, and TIVO recordings. All looked to be up-scaled with good results. The colors are sharp and bright. The various screen presets allow you to customize according to what you are watching. The resolution and sharpness can make some movies look like soap operas. Adjusting the screen settings can help with that. I have not watched any sports programming yet so I cannot speak on how it handles fast motion material. I did not notice any problems when watching action movies. I did note some picture irregularities when I had a black screen. Flash lighting and brightness irregularities along the bottom of the screen and near the corners. I was ready to call and arrange a return until I stumbled upon a thread dealing with this issue. I followed a questionable? guide to fixing these issues found here: [...] This resolved most if not all of my backlight issues. I now have uniform screen brightness. I simply rubbed the screen with a microfiber cloth in the areas with excessive light. Just a little more pressure than you would use cleaning the screen. I am pretty sure that the pressure on the screen when laying it down to install the stand caused the issues, maybe. The stand install was done according to the instructions provided with the TV. This would be the first thing I would check when setting the TV up. It is very noticeable with a dark scene or letterboxed movie. Remote: The remote for this TV is nice. I generally use a Harmony One universal remote control. The Harmony is one of the best investments I have ever made in my Home Theater. The Samsung remote has no number buttons and is a small device. It is about the size of a small flashlight. More round than anything. It has voice control which I have yet to do more than try a couple of commands. It worked. The interesting feature for me was the mouse pointer built in. When you place your finger on it a curser appears on screen. It appears over the media being played on any input. You then can navigate the menus and settings using the pointer. It would be a pain in the butt to enter text this way. I suppose that is what the voice control is for. I will continue to use my Harmony even though I enjoyed playing with the Samsung remote. USB: I played some avi and mp4 files via usb thumb drive with no problem at all. The media player is easy to navigate and use. In the past I have had to play files through a DVD player that did not show the progress as you paused or manipulated the playback. The built-in player does a nice job of navigating to the files and allows you to navigate as you would expect. When you plug a drive into a USB port, a pop up will appear asking if you would like to browse the device. You can also plug in a keyboard to enter text with. Apps: There are plenty of applications on the Smart Hub. I use Netflix, Amazon, Vudu, Youtube, Crackle, UFC and a couple of others. All worked without problems. I watched 4K (HDX, UHD) videos from Netflix, Amazon and Youtube. I was able to connect to my computers in the house and stream audio and video files pretty easily. Good interface for that. Sound: I use a Yamaha receiver for my surround sound. I am using the optical out from the TV to send sound to the receiver. It has worked on all apps that I have used. Dolby Digital, DTS, and plain old stereo are passed without problem. This output has to be set up in the settings of the TV and was easily done. Conclusion: I am an average consumer and not an expert. I have had large TVs of various types over the years. This TV does not have the deep blacks that my plasma had, but it is not bad. This TV does not turn my small room into an oven like the plasma did either. I love the picture. I love the feature set. I like the remote. I appreciate the customization features. It does not have all the features of its pricier siblings, but it satisfies all of my needs at a price I can afford. I am very happy with this purchase. I would recommend this TV to anyone who is looking for the best value in a 4K set.;;Reviewed in the United States on May 14, 2015;;5.0 out of 5 stars;;A lot for the money...;;Steve;;/gp/customer-reviews/R8XMFIAFFUJHC/ref=cm_cr_dp_d_rvw_ttl?ie=UTF8&ASIN=B00T48CVV0;;;All I can say is, "Holy Smokes"! The curved tv is absolutely heavenly. (although my father-in-law told me to send it back because the shipper "bent" it) :-) The picture is really good; and I can't wait to try a 4K movie (which I don't have yet), but even normal 1080 looks better than the Panasonic I replaced.. The curve adds a nice element. I wasn't really sure what benefit the curve added, but wow, it really does give a "movie theater" feel. A lot more than I expected. (an i had looked at some curved screens in the big box stores. The apps you get with the Samsung is unparalleled. I have a Synology home server and Samsung has an app for that system, so I can access my movies, music, and photos directly from the app. But even without the app, the Samsung system make it really easy to access all wired and networked systems. Also, you can use the remote as a "mouse", which makes going through the apps and various "sources" (tv, other connected devices, networked server). The tv is great, but the interface and curve it what really sets it apart.;;Reviewed in the United States on February 19, 2016;;5.0 out of 5 stars;;Best TV ever!;;Darin;;/gp/customer-reviews/R1BCV8WIAKJ1Y7/ref=cm_cr_dp_d_rvw_ttl?ie=UTF8&ASIN=B00T48CVV0;;;I had to contact customer service just to set up this tv, and that was a challenging discourse. A very polite woman repeatedly told me to just press next on my control, and I repeatedly told her that there was no "next" on the screen. Eventually, the tv decided to give me the option to continue, and I was happy to get my brand new curved 4K Ultra tv running. What a disappointment! Colors are unimpressive, "washed-out" and I just couldn't see what all the hype was about. However, it was technically "working", so I just held on to it. Within a week, the tv started turning itself off in the middle of tv shows,then seemed to re-boot and turn back on??? I dreaded the call to another polite person at customer service who I was sure would repeat the same scripted dialogue. As long as the tv eventually turned itself back on, let it be. Shortly after, (about a week later), I had trouble with the Smart Hub controller - a monstrous device that thinks its smarter than I:-) When you press on the input button, a blue bar comes across the top of the screen and you have to choose the input. Well, this little monster wouldn't keep that blue bar up long enough for me to choose the input. It's like playing "Whack-a-mole" with your "smart" tv, and the darned thing is winning! I have chosen to keep this sub-par tv for the following reasons: 1. It "functions" ,for the most part, even though picture quality and ability to use "smart" features is unpredictable. 2. I have other tvs that allow me to change inputs very easily, so I am willing to just let this tv stay on "satellite". 3. My experience with "customer service" at Samsung was too frustrating, and I'd rather not go through that hassle again. I have had this tv for almost 9 months, and it is so frustrating and disappointing. It continues to turn itself off in the middle of viewing, and switching between inputs continues to be a problem. What's the point in having all these input options when they don't work reliably? Overall, I would not recommend this tv.;;Reviewed in the United States on September 14, 2016;;1.0 out of 5 stars;;A modern day "Whack-a-Mole".....are you quicker than your "Smart Hub" controller?;;M C.;;/gp/customer-reviews/R2CIN7I5D0EIKL/ref=cm_cr_dp_d_rvw_ttl?ie=UTF8&ASIN=B00T48CVV0

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Top Amazon Reviews


5.0 out of 5 stars
By Steve - Reviewed in the United States on May 14, 2015
A lot for the money...
Samsung UN65JU6700 65 INCH 4K UHD LED TV I purchased this TV last week and here are my impressions. I had a 60’ LG Plasma prior to this unit. I was looking to stay at the 65” size without spending more than $2500. I looked at this unit as well as the non-curved version (UN65JU6500). For $200 more you get the curved screen and a fancy remote. Curve: I do like the curve. I have a dedicated room “Man Cave” that will allow four people to sit and watch comfortably. We sit about 5 feet from the display. I do feel it gives a bit more of an immersive experience when sitting relatively close and centered. If you are sitting further away within a larger room, it most likely will not give that feeling. I do notice less glare than I did with a flat screen. The curve does say “I am new and special” to any who see it. No one has complained about visual issues from the curvature. My family likes it. Picture: Wow! The picture is exceptional. Good source material will produce an outstanding image. I searched the Netflix app for 4k and found about six titles to try out. Breaking Bad, House of Cards, and some nature landscapes demo videos. They were very good. I have a six Mbps internet download speed and did not have any buffering during playback. I have watched HD-DVD, Blu-Ray, OTA, and TIVO recordings. All looked to be up-scaled with good results. The colors are sharp and bright. The various screen presets allow you to customize according to what you are watching. The resolution and sharpness can make some movies look like soap operas. Adjusting the screen settings can help with that. I have not watched any sports programming yet so I cannot speak on how it handles fast motion material. I did not notice any problems when watching action movies. I did note some picture irregularities when I had a black screen. Flash lighting and brightness irregularities along the bottom of the screen and near the corners. I was ready to call and arrange a return until I stumbled upon a thread dealing with this issue. I followed a questionable? guide to fixing these issues found here: [...] This resolved most if not all of my backlight issues. I now have uniform screen brightness. I simply rubbed the screen with a microfiber cloth in the areas with excessive light. Just a little more pressure than you would use cleaning the screen. I am pretty sure that the pressure on the screen when laying it down to install the stand caused the issues, maybe. The stand install was done according to the instructions provided with the TV. This would be the first thing I would check when setting the TV up. It is very noticeable with a dark scene or letterboxed movie. Remote: The remote for this TV is nice. I generally use a Harmony One universal remote control. The Harmony is one of the best investments I have ever made in my Home Theater. The Samsung remote has no number buttons and is a small device. It is about the size of a small flashlight. More round than anything. It has voice control which I have yet to do more than try a couple of commands. It worked. The interesting feature for me was the mouse pointer built in. When you place your finger on it a curser appears on screen. It appears over the media being played on any input. You then can navigate the menus and settings using the pointer. It would be a pain in the butt to enter text this way. I suppose that is what the voice control is for. I will continue to use my Harmony even though I enjoyed playing with the Samsung remote. USB: I played some avi and mp4 files via usb thumb drive with no problem at all. The media player is easy to navigate and use. In the past I have had to play files through a DVD player that did not show the progress as you paused or manipulated the playback. The built-in player does a nice job of navigating to the files and allows you to navigate as you would expect. When you plug a drive into a USB port, a pop up will appear asking if you would like to browse the device. You can also plug in a keyboard to enter text with. Apps: There are plenty of applications on the Smart Hub. I use Netflix, Amazon, Vudu, Youtube, Crackle, UFC and a couple of others. All worked without problems. I watched 4K (HDX, UHD) videos from Netflix, Amazon and Youtube. I was able to connect to my computers in the house and stream audio and video files pretty easily. Good interface for that. Sound: I use a Yamaha receiver for my surround sound. I am using the optical out from the TV to send sound to the receiver. It has worked on all apps that I have used. Dolby Digital, DTS, and plain old stereo are passed without problem. This output has to be set up in the settings of the TV and was easily done. Conclusion: I am an average consumer and not an expert. I have had large TVs of various types over the years. This TV does not have the deep blacks that my plasma had, but it is not bad. This TV does not turn my small room into an oven like the plasma did either. I love the picture. I love the feature set. I like the remote. I appreciate the customization features. It does not have all the features of its pricier siblings, but it satisfies all of my needs at a price I can afford. I am very happy with this purchase. I would recommend this TV to anyone who is looking for the best value in a 4K set.

5.0 out of 5 stars
By Darin - Reviewed in the United States on February 19, 2016
Best TV ever!
All I can say is, "Holy Smokes"! The curved tv is absolutely heavenly. (although my father-in-law told me to send it back because the shipper "bent" it) :-) The picture is really good; and I can't wait to try a 4K movie (which I don't have yet), but even normal 1080 looks better than the Panasonic I replaced.. The curve adds a nice element. I wasn't really sure what benefit the curve added, but wow, it really does give a "movie theater" feel. A lot more than I expected. (an i had looked at some curved screens in the big box stores. The apps you get with the Samsung is unparalleled. I have a Synology home server and Samsung has an app for that system, so I can access my movies, music, and photos directly from the app. But even without the app, the Samsung system make it really easy to access all wired and networked systems. Also, you can use the remote as a "mouse", which makes going through the apps and various "sources" (tv, other connected devices, networked server). The tv is great, but the interface and curve it what really sets it apart.

1.0 out of 5 stars
By M C. - Reviewed in the United States on September 14, 2016
A modern day "Whack-a-Mole".....are you quicker than your "Smart Hub" controller?
I had to contact customer service just to set up this tv, and that was a challenging discourse. A very polite woman repeatedly told me to just press next on my control, and I repeatedly told her that there was no "next" on the screen. Eventually, the tv decided to give me the option to continue, and I was happy to get my brand new curved 4K Ultra tv running. What a disappointment! Colors are unimpressive, "washed-out" and I just couldn't see what all the hype was about. However, it was technically "working", so I just held on to it. Within a week, the tv started turning itself off in the middle of tv shows,then seemed to re-boot and turn back on??? I dreaded the call to another polite person at customer service who I was sure would repeat the same scripted dialogue. As long as the tv eventually turned itself back on, let it be. Shortly after, (about a week later), I had trouble with the Smart Hub controller - a monstrous device that thinks its smarter than I:-) When you press on the input button, a blue bar comes across the top of the screen and you have to choose the input. Well, this little monster wouldn't keep that blue bar up long enough for me to choose the input. It's like playing "Whack-a-mole" with your "smart" tv, and the darned thing is winning! I have chosen to keep this sub-par tv for the following reasons: 1. It "functions" ,for the most part, even though picture quality and ability to use "smart" features is unpredictable. 2. I have other tvs that allow me to change inputs very easily, so I am willing to just let this tv stay on "satellite". 3. My experience with "customer service" at Samsung was too frustrating, and I'd rather not go through that hassle again. I have had this tv for almost 9 months, and it is so frustrating and disappointing. It continues to turn itself off in the middle of viewing, and switching between inputs continues to be a problem. What's the point in having all these input options when they don't work reliably? Overall, I would not recommend this tv.

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5.0 out of 5 stars
By Steve - Reviewed in the United States on May 14, 2015
A lot for the money...
Samsung UN65JU6700 65 INCH 4K UHD LED TV I purchased this TV last week and here are my impressions. I had a 60’ LG Plasma prior to this unit. I was looking to stay at the 65” size without spending more than $2500. I looked at this unit as well as the non-curved version (UN65JU6500). For $200 more you get the curved screen and a fancy remote. Curve: I do like the curve. I have a dedicated room “Man Cave” that will allow four people to sit and watch comfortably. We sit about 5 feet from the display. I do feel it gives a bit more of an immersive experience when sitting relatively close and centered. If you are sitting further away within a larger room, it most likely will not give that feeling. I do notice less glare than I did with a flat screen. The curve does say “I am new and special” to any who see it. No one has complained about visual issues from the curvature. My family likes it. Picture: Wow! The picture is exceptional. Good source material will produce an outstanding image. I searched the Netflix app for 4k and found about six titles to try out. Breaking Bad, House of Cards, and some nature landscapes demo videos. They were very good. I have a six Mbps internet download speed and did not have any buffering during playback. I have watched HD-DVD, Blu-Ray, OTA, and TIVO recordings. All looked to be up-scaled with good results. The colors are sharp and bright. The various screen presets allow you to customize according to what you are watching. The resolution and sharpness can make some movies look like soap operas. Adjusting the screen settings can help with that. I have not watched any sports programming yet so I cannot speak on how it handles fast motion material. I did not notice any problems when watching action movies. I did note some picture irregularities when I had a black screen. Flash lighting and brightness irregularities along the bottom of the screen and near the corners. I was ready to call and arrange a return until I stumbled upon a thread dealing with this issue. I followed a questionable? guide to fixing these issues found here: [...] This resolved most if not all of my backlight issues. I now have uniform screen brightness. I simply rubbed the screen with a microfiber cloth in the areas with excessive light. Just a little more pressure than you would use cleaning the screen. I am pretty sure that the pressure on the screen when laying it down to install the stand caused the issues, maybe. The stand install was done according to the instructions provided with the TV. This would be the first thing I would check when setting the TV up. It is very noticeable with a dark scene or letterboxed movie. Remote: The remote for this TV is nice. I generally use a Harmony One universal remote control. The Harmony is one of the best investments I have ever made in my Home Theater. The Samsung remote has no number buttons and is a small device. It is about the size of a small flashlight. More round than anything. It has voice control which I have yet to do more than try a couple of commands. It worked. The interesting feature for me was the mouse pointer built in. When you place your finger on it a curser appears on screen. It appears over the media being played on any input. You then can navigate the menus and settings using the pointer. It would be a pain in the butt to enter text this way. I suppose that is what the voice control is for. I will continue to use my Harmony even though I enjoyed playing with the Samsung remote. USB: I played some avi and mp4 files via usb thumb drive with no problem at all. The media player is easy to navigate and use. In the past I have had to play files through a DVD player that did not show the progress as you paused or manipulated the playback. The built-in player does a nice job of navigating to the files and allows you to navigate as you would expect. When you plug a drive into a USB port, a pop up will appear asking if you would like to browse the device. You can also plug in a keyboard to enter text with. Apps: There are plenty of applications on the Smart Hub. I use Netflix, Amazon, Vudu, Youtube, Crackle, UFC and a couple of others. All worked without problems. I watched 4K (HDX, UHD) videos from Netflix, Amazon and Youtube. I was able to connect to my computers in the house and stream audio and video files pretty easily. Good interface for that. Sound: I use a Yamaha receiver for my surround sound. I am using the optical out from the TV to send sound to the receiver. It has worked on all apps that I have used. Dolby Digital, DTS, and plain old stereo are passed without problem. This output has to be set up in the settings of the TV and was easily done. Conclusion: I am an average consumer and not an expert. I have had large TVs of various types over the years. This TV does not have the deep blacks that my plasma had, but it is not bad. This TV does not turn my small room into an oven like the plasma did either. I love the picture. I love the feature set. I like the remote. I appreciate the customization features. It does not have all the features of its pricier siblings, but it satisfies all of my needs at a price I can afford. I am very happy with this purchase. I would recommend this TV to anyone who is looking for the best value in a 4K set.

5.0 out of 5 stars
By Darin - Reviewed in the United States on February 19, 2016
Best TV ever!
All I can say is, "Holy Smokes"! The curved tv is absolutely heavenly. (although my father-in-law told me to send it back because the shipper "bent" it) :-) The picture is really good; and I can't wait to try a 4K movie (which I don't have yet), but even normal 1080 looks better than the Panasonic I replaced.. The curve adds a nice element. I wasn't really sure what benefit the curve added, but wow, it really does give a "movie theater" feel. A lot more than I expected. (an i had looked at some curved screens in the big box stores. The apps you get with the Samsung is unparalleled. I have a Synology home server and Samsung has an app for that system, so I can access my movies, music, and photos directly from the app. But even without the app, the Samsung system make it really easy to access all wired and networked systems. Also, you can use the remote as a "mouse", which makes going through the apps and various "sources" (tv, other connected devices, networked server). The tv is great, but the interface and curve it what really sets it apart.

1.0 out of 5 stars
By M C. - Reviewed in the United States on September 14, 2016
A modern day "Whack-a-Mole".....are you quicker than your "Smart Hub" controller?
I had to contact customer service just to set up this tv, and that was a challenging discourse. A very polite woman repeatedly told me to just press next on my control, and I repeatedly told her that there was no "next" on the screen. Eventually, the tv decided to give me the option to continue, and I was happy to get my brand new curved 4K Ultra tv running. What a disappointment! Colors are unimpressive, "washed-out" and I just couldn't see what all the hype was about. However, it was technically "working", so I just held on to it. Within a week, the tv started turning itself off in the middle of tv shows,then seemed to re-boot and turn back on??? I dreaded the call to another polite person at customer service who I was sure would repeat the same scripted dialogue. As long as the tv eventually turned itself back on, let it be. Shortly after, (about a week later), I had trouble with the Smart Hub controller - a monstrous device that thinks its smarter than I:-) When you press on the input button, a blue bar comes across the top of the screen and you have to choose the input. Well, this little monster wouldn't keep that blue bar up long enough for me to choose the input. It's like playing "Whack-a-mole" with your "smart" tv, and the darned thing is winning! I have chosen to keep this sub-par tv for the following reasons: 1. It "functions" ,for the most part, even though picture quality and ability to use "smart" features is unpredictable. 2. I have other tvs that allow me to change inputs very easily, so I am willing to just let this tv stay on "satellite". 3. My experience with "customer service" at Samsung was too frustrating, and I'd rather not go through that hassle again. I have had this tv for almost 9 months, and it is so frustrating and disappointing. It continues to turn itself off in the middle of viewing, and switching between inputs continues to be a problem. What's the point in having all these input options when they don't work reliably? Overall, I would not recommend this tv.