Samsung UE55NU7100 55-Inch 4K Ultra HD Certified HDR Smart TV - Charcoal Black (2018 Model) [Energy Class A]
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Today we will go through the Samsung UE55NU7100 review. The Samsung UE55NU7100 review is structured in five sections. This TV has 4K resolution and HDR10+ technology. Learn how to run a picture or pixel test for your Samsung TV screen by using the self-diagnosis tool. Find out more with our guide and instructions. Creation Consumer Finance Ltd is authorised and regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority (Register no. 311518).
Samsung UE55NU7100 has also a good design. The color looks good and the frame is thin. The cable management is a very important part of the design especially if you like to keep your room in an organized way and Samsung did think just about that. You can conceal the cables in one of the feet and your desk will look neat. We will give 4.5/5 points for the Samsung UE55NU7100 review part of the design. Samsung UE55NU7100 Price Colors are certainly richer when displaying HDR content, and what’s most impressive is that the basic level of HDR on offer still manages to look balanced and natural. Samsung’s NU7100 can only do so much with its mid-range specs, but it manages to deliver a composed picture with few artefacts, and a clear step up from the SDR images. It’s notoriously difficult to balance the demands of high-end display technology with low-end processors, but Samsung’s NU7100 set has managed it with aplomb. One Remote Control: control all of your compatible devices and content with one universal remote control.This TV works with compatible smart home devices and appliances from Bixby, Alexa, Google Assistant and connects through Smart Things (compatible phone and app required. Exact functionality may change at any time and be withdrawn from the product without notice).
Find out why your Samsung TV keeps turning or switching itself off automatically. Learn how to fix the issue with our easy guide and instructions.The NU7100 is HDR-ready, meaning it can play content in the HDR10 format for a wider color gamut and greater levels of contrast than standard dynamic range (SDR) content. It can even support HDR10+, a premium HDR format (like Dolby Vision) that uses ‘dynamic metadata’ to vary levels of contrast in each scene, and the HLG (hybrid log gamma) broadcasting format, which codes both SDR and HDR images into one signal. Despite being the cheapest 4K TV in Samsung’s 2018 range, the NU7100 offers a wonderfully crisp 4K picture. Images are detailed and sharp, without the slight distortion often seen when upscaling images from HD. But even if the pixels are sharp, the color contrast has to keep up with the level of detail demanded of it.
Some features of Ambient Mode require Internet connection, a compatible smartphone, and SmartThings app.
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