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Welcome to early Black Friday he Samsung 65-inch Crystal UHD Smart TV that’s still active. Right now, this massive 4K stunner is on sale for $568, or $80 off its list price. What a steal!
You’ll get a gigantic 65-inch 4K display backed with a Crystal UHD resolution, and Samsung’s Pure Color HDR (High Dynamic Range) technology for vivid colors and inky-crisp black levels for images that look true to life. Plus, with nearly 4,000 five-star reviews, you're sure to be in good company.
"This Crystal UHD 4K TV has such brightness and sharpness to its image," a shopper raved. "I'm amazed! Pictures don't do this TV justice. It has good speakers too. The sound is loud enough and very clear. Comes with control and batteries. I love that it's already a smart TV, so you don't need any extra equipment to be able to watch your favorite apps."
In addition, this 4K beauty also features Samsung’s “Motion Rate 120” and “Game Mode” settings for a cleaner and smoother viewing experience when watching live sports or playing video games via gaming consoles Trust us, you won’t get motion blur or hard-to-watch images anymore. Just smooth TV watching from now on.
Another satisfied shopper added, “The picture is the best I have ever seen. Period. I can connect all my devices and the best part is most of them do without even WiFi. Streaming, casting, gaming, all with such beauty and simplicity to a level that is refreshing to the mind."
Our favorite part? This Samsung 4K TV has video streaming built-in, so you don’t have to spend more money to get an additional streaming device like a Roku or Apple TV. Just go to the main menu to access Netflix, Hulu Plus, Disney+, HBO Now and much more. No more going “input hunting” to binge-watch incredible shows — they’re just there waiting for you!
“Great picture, good sound,” wrote a delighted Walmart reviewer. “Apps like Amazon Prime, Netflix, YouTube, etc. are there or can be downloaded. Perfect for cord-cutters.”
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