If a 60-inch 4K TV is a little too large for your living room, and a 55-inch a tad too small, then look no further than this 58-inch Samsung (it’s a bit of an unconventional size, we know), which is on sale for under $450 for a limited time — a total saving of $200.
Strange screen size aside, the 58-inch Samsung 4K TV on offer is one of the best in the cost-conscious sub-$500 market. But that shouldn’t come as too much of a surprise; it wasn’t designed to sit in the budget sector after all, hence the usual $650 price tag.
For that reason, expect the UN58MU6070 to excel in a number of departments when compared to other TVs at the $450 price point, like upscaling HD and Full HD content to 4K Ultra HD, which is handled with aplomb, even during intense action movies.
Akin to most
If $450 is still a little steep, Walmart is offering customers the option to take that figure, with the local sales tax and a few bucks’ worth of interest thrown in, and stretch it over twelve months, balancing out at a more manageable $44 per month.
With that in mind, the 58-inch Samsung UN58MU6070 is an astounding deal at $450 outright, or $44 per month. It has a crisp LED screen, three HDMI slots for all your accessories, and HDR10+ for extracting additional detail from low-light scenes.
But what if you’re a bargain hunter in the market for something with a little more oomph, like a state-of-the-art QLED? Well, our round-up of the best 4K deals should be your go-to resource for all the latest must-have offers, if this one doesn’t tickle your fancy.
And if you aren’t sure what a QLED is or what makes a fantastic TV, take a look at our buying guide. It will bring you up to speed on all the latest tech in the TV world, and help you find a TV that’s in line with your specific requirements.
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