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About this item
- 3-year manufacturer warranty
- 65 inch TV with 4x the resolution of Full HD
- Beautiful clarity and fine detail
- Sleek Slim Design
- Large screen for ease of viewing
SAMSUNG 65" Class 4K (2160p) Ultra HD Smart LED TV with HDR - UN65NU710DFXZA provides viewers with four times the resolution of Full HD. It also is able to upscale content that is not 4K using its UHD Engine™. It also features a game mode that helps users to get the most out of their gaming and gain the advantage over other competitors due to the clearer image.
What Does a UHD Engine Do?
Your SAMSUNG 65" Class 4K (2160p) Ultra HD Smart LED TV with HDR - UN65NU710DFXZA has a UHD Engine. The UHD Engine gives your Samsung 65' 4K TV the ability to transform non-4K images into 4K ones, making things that would have previously been in lower resolution more crisp and clean.
What Are the Advantages to Having a Slim Design?
Does a slim TV really make a big difference? Yes. A slimmer TV gives users the chance to put it in more places without disrupting the view of things around it. Due to its lower profile, it doesn't't take over a wall; it simply is there as a screen—a window into the media you know, love, and crave. This is crucial if you want your room to have a simplified, streamlined look.
Connect Your Devices
You are able to connect your compatible smart devices using the built-in technology of the SAMSUNG 65" Class 4K (2160p) Ultra HD Smart LED TV with HDR - UN65NU710DFXZA. With this level of connectivity, there's no need for there to be a difference between what you can see on your phone and what pops up on your TV. The media can be presented for yourself, friends, or the whole family.
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