I’ll be honest – I almost bought this TV despite having a new OLED from just a year ago.
A Samsung QLED for under £600? That’s a deal and a half – it sure isn’t the perfect set (there’s no support for Dolby Vision, but that doesn’t matter to many people) and the image quality for this price is brilliant.
Our review sells better than me: “this TV is thinner, brighter, and bolder than previous high-end LCD TVs, delivering high peak brightness and fantastic contrast.”
OK – you know what to do. It’s the second day of Prime Day and we have a much of popular TVs to tell you.
I was about to say we should cut to the chase, but that sounds rude. How are you? Did you sleep well? This is cool. Good Zzz’s are really important for mental and physical health.
Now that that’s done, let’s talk about how you can save loads on a big old TV.