This Samsung TV deal is so good it could tempt you away from 4K


Samsung is giving fans of its TVs a big reason to upgrade their current telly.

The Korean technology firm has just revealed a new deal which offers customers a free Galaxy Note10+ 5G smartphone, worth over £1,000, when they buy one of the latest 8K televisions.

The deal is available from today on Samsung’s 55”, 65”, 75” and 82” Q950R models and continues until January 28.

Prices for these TVs start from a pretty hefty £2,660 for the 55-inch model and rise to over £8,000 if you fancy taking delivery of the giant 82-inch version.

8K brings an even better experience than current televisions with the display offering a resolution that has four times the number of pixels found on 4K.

Although there’s clearly no 8K content currently available, these latest TVs use some clever AI upscaling technology to give all of your content an 8K makeover.

There’s also full smart functionality included which means you can access Netflix, BBC iPlayer, Prime Video and NOW TV straight from the TV.

Samsung recently added Apple TV which offers the ability to watch any content you’ve purchased along with renting and buying new films and series.

This app also gives you access to the new Apple TV+ subscription service which brings a number of exclusive shows for a £4.99 monthly fee.

Samsung says that most Q950R models qualify for the redeemable Note10+ 5G handset (Aura Glow) through participating retailers either in-store or online, including Dixons, Richer Sounds, JLP, Hughes and other Independent outlets.

If you want to know more about the Galaxy S10 5G smartphone that’s included in this deal then here’s what this device features.

The Galaxy S10 5G arrives packing a 6.7-inch Quad HD+ display, fast processor and huge 4,500mAh battery than can fast charge in minutes.

There’s also an embedded fingerprint scanner under the screen, a quad rear camera and the ability to refill other devices via Samsung’s clever PowerShare technology.

Of course, this phone can connect to the new 5G signal which allows users to download music, movies and games at speeds of over 300Mbps.



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