Flat $400 off on 82 inches Samsung TU690T Smart Tizen TV is available on Best Buy

If you are looking for a smart TV Samsung’s TU690T 85 inches Smart Tizen TV can be best for you. Samsung TU690T TV was available for $1,399 at Best Buy but the discount of $400 on it has dragged the price down to $999.99. If you are looking for EMI options that are also available on Best Buy that lets you grab this TV for just $41.67 a month.

Features of the Samsung TU690T

This Samsung TV 4K screen presents 4x sharper image quality than HD. Its blazing-fast processor makes sure that you enjoy every movie and game in 4K. To not make you miss any color on screen HDR makes sure to take care and present each detail of each color so that you can enjoy a wide spectrum of colors.

This Samsung TV can also work with Amazon Alexa, Google Assistant, and AirPlay which lets you enjoy a plethora of movies and songs on it. Google Assistant in it makes it hands-free and convenient to change the channel and access various other functions of the TV.

The Dolby Digital Plus support gives you the best quality of sound with the best quality viewing experience. This Samsung TV has got a 4.4-star rating on Best Buy which shows a positive response shown by users.

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