The newest incredible Prime Day bargains have slashed the prices of Samsung and LG 4K TVs.
In the most recent round of Prime Days, SAMSUNG 4K TVs, including the most recent 2021 models and QLED screens, are cheap. LG is getting in on the fun as too, with sets starting at £499. Everything you need to know is right here.
If you didn’t get the memo, Amazon Prime Day is currently underway. On the online retail site, prices are being slashed across practically every department during the two-day sale. We’ve already seen prices drop on every Amazon Echo, as well as one of the lowest-ever iPhone 12 price tags.
Now it’s time to look at the televisions. With England’s next Euros match taking place tomorrow, and some of the greatest films hitting Netflix, Sky, and Disney+ at the same time as they hit theaters this summer, there’s never been a better time to replace your aging television. Amazon has dropped the prices of a number of popular Samsung and LG TVs, but the 50-inch Samsung Ultra HD Crystal model is easily the best of the bunch.
It’s incredible to see a £50 discount on a 2021 model that was just released a few months ago. This Samsung TV boasts a 50-inch screen, which is ideal for watching movies, sports, concerts, and gaming. This model from 2021 also includes Samsung’s smart virtual 3D surround sound, which uses Object Tracking Sound Lite to detect on-screen movements so that sound effects come from the location of the action on the TV.
This panel’s Crystal Color technology allows it to generate one billion shades, which is around 64 times more than traditional 4K TVs. Samsung’s clever engine can also upscale 1080p to take advantage of the screen’s millions of extra pixels – useful if you don’t have any 4K material.
Even better, Samsung’s 2021 models enable 120Hz gaming-monitor performance – if you have an Xbox Series X or PlayStation 5 under your TV (or plan to acquire one during this TV’s lifespan), you’ll need that rapid refresh rate to get the most out of your glossy new console.
The Prime Day discounts have you covered if you want to upgrade to OLED. The LG 4K OLED model is now £1,139, down from £1,275. If that’s a touch too extravagant. “Brinkwire News in Condensed Form.”