SAMSUNG 50″ 4K UHD Smart LED TV (UN50NU6900)


  • PurColor
  • Motion Rate 120
  • HDR10+ Support
  • Slim Design

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4K (3840 x 2160)

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10 reviews for SAMSUNG 50″ 4K UHD Smart LED TV (UN50NU6900)

  1. 5 out of 5

    Hadi dd5


    Nice and amazing and great for me nothing else to say

    Originally posted on

  2. 3 out of 5


    Great picture, sound, lacks app compatibility

    I bought this TV about a month ago and have enjoyed it for sure!
    However, I started paying for the new Hulu Live, which requires the “new Hulu experience.” Hulu has said on their website that Samsung TV’s that are 2017 or later are compatible, but this TV is not listed on the giant list of models for whatever reason. I would really like to see this change ASAP, because I am even getting ads on the TV for Hulu Live! And when I go to the info on the version of Hulu currently installed, it says it is the latest version and even has screenshots of the new Hulu app. It is very frustrating.
    Also, upon trying to find more information on the TV on Samsung’s support site, I found virtually nothing, which concerns me. It’s almost like this TV is in limbo as far as Hulu AND Samsung is concerned.
    But the TV itself is great, picture perfect and the sound is pretty impressive honestly, definitely worth the money I paid, and my roommate and I use it constantly. Just hope that Hulu compatibility improves as soon as possible!!

    Originally posted on

  3. 2 out of 5


    You can remove pre-installed apps

    Samsung installs many apps and you are not able to remove them. I can install the appropriate Hulu app to watch live TV

    Originally posted on

  4. 3 out of 5



    DirecTV Now application is garbage. Not fault of TV but fault of Samsung group responsible for keeping apps up-to-date and error free. The DirecTV Now application on Amazon Fire is far superior.

    Remote control technology on this is garbage. Remote has to be pointed directly at TV whereas Amazon Fire remote can be pointed 180° away from TV where Amazon Fire box is located and works fine and behind walls.

    Originally posted on

  5. 1 out of 5


    Full of bloatware

    I returned this piece of junk and don’t recommend it to anyone. This is why I don’t by Samsung products. Samsung fill there phones with blaotware and now they fill TV’s with unremovable blaotware. How dare you force your junk on me! When I pay for a TV that means it’s my property and I should be able to do and watch what I see fit. Never again.

    Originally posted on

  6. 5 out of 5


    Best bang for your buck

    I wanna start off by saying I’m not an expert in this field just a regular Joe. I bought this Tv during Black Friday at best buy they price was $329…i got the price lowered due to the box being damage so $279. Let me say once I turned it on it blew me away the clarity and sound is top notch. Streaming YouTube videos and the other pre-installed apps were smooth and quick. The colors were rich and vibrant. The 120 htz motion rate made for silky smooth movements on screen. The sound adds another layer of depth to give you that true home theater feel. To think this is just right out The box i didn’t have to adjust anything. The remote may take a lil getting use to but you can also control things from your phone with the Samsung app. All and all Samsung did a great job with this Tv def recommend picking this one up

    Originally posted on

  7. 1 out of 5


    Useless WiFi makes this a really dumb TV

    Every morning, the network or the router needs to be rebooted in order to get a connection. Now, the wireless card seems to be failing after about a month. Still can see menus but it’s too slow to play any video. Don’t get this junk. You’ll be turned off Samsung forever.

    Originally posted on

  8. 5 out of 5



    Alright I will try to keep this short, here it goes.
    -Bought this for $280 on Black Friday week. I used the student discount program from Samsung’s website (you just need a “.edu” email address. I am actually a teacher not a student). This TV was quite a steal. Biggest complaint is shipping. TV was on back order. Ended up taking about 3 weeks to get the TV. Samsung uses a third part company (AGS) to handle their shipping. Spent a lot of time on the phone with them trying to figure out the status or location of my order. Best Buy had the same TV for $330 and I am not sure if the savings was worth the hassle. I could have bought it at Best Buy and taken it home the same day. Future buyers from beware.

    -Picture quality is awesome. Some reviewers aren’t impressed, I am. I am stepping up from a 10 year old Sony 1080p TV. This Samsung looks great. Gets plenty bright for me. Picture is smooth and has settings to make it less or more smooth. I use it with my Sony STR-DH590 AV Receiver and my Xbox One S. I watch Netflix, Hulu, play Battlefield V, and watch Blu-Rays. I did have some trouble getting full 4K at 60Hz and HDR to work with the Xbox. Tried everything and swapped the HDMI cable as a final result and bingo, that was the problem. So even though it may not seem like the cause, don’t rule out HDMI cable if you’re having problems. Also, keep in mind the TV ships with HDR OFF. Find the “UHD Color” setting and turn it on for the HDMI port(s) you need. One last note with picture quality:the viewing angle is pretty narrow. Depending on what you are watching, colors quickly fade from the screen as you view the TV off center.

    -TV is a little lacking in ports. This doesn’t effect me that much as I do not have many devices to connect. Even if I did, everything I use connects to my AV Receiver first, then one HDMI cable goes from the receiver to the TV. I would like another USB and headphone jack but I don’t REALLY need them.

    -I only tested the TV speakers briefly and they seem pretty mediocre. However, I use an external speaker setup so this does not effect me but may effect others. Also, keep in mind I believe sound output from the optical port is fixed and not variable. You can google that but it means if you plug speakers/soundbar into optical port, TV remote will not control volume of said speakers/soundbar.

    -I cannot comment much on the smart features of this TV as I do not use them. I primarily use my Xbox for streaming apps which works like a dream. However, I have noticed that going through the settings menu can be a little sluggish so I image it would be somewhat slow using the smart interface. TV has some good settings but perhaps lacks some more advanced features (like judder stuff). Depending on the exact model you get, wireless may also only be “n” not “ac” (“ac” is faster).

    -Design of the TV is good. It is super light (30ish pounds), about a third the weight of my old TV. Super thin as well. Keep in mind the TV has two feet that sit toward the edge of the TV, needing a wide stand for the TV. The feet are also short, so you will probably have trouble putting a center speaker or soundbar in front of the TV. The bezel is nice and thin. This TV looks sharp even with the image off.

    Overall I am very pleased. This is one of the best, if not the best, TV at this price range for 2018. One of the biggest tests for me will be how it stands up over time. But so far, I believe this TV has met all my expectations.

    Originally posted on

  9. 1 out of 5


    Hulu doesnt work

    Smart tv but can’t run hulu live. Other than that it’s ok.

    Originally posted on

  10. 4 out of 5

    Buddy lee

    Good tv

    I bought for bedroom. Very good tv. Performance for bedroom.

    Originally posted on

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