While Samsung QLED TVs might be the pinnacle of the brand’s current 4K TV line-up, not everyone has the budget to fund one of these flagship sets.
Thankfully, like most TV manufacturers, Samsung has a generous spread of 4K alternatives at a range of sizes at prices.
One such range is the Samsung NU6900, an entry-level LED TV model that launched in 2018, and it's definitely one to consider now that its price has dropped and it's one of the featured Super Bowl TV deals.
Samsung UN43NU6900 43in 4K TV for
$279 $248 at Walmart
This 43in Samsung 4K TV is great value at half price. It's a 4K UHD resolution TV with an LED screen, two HDMI connections and smart TV features Netflix, HBO Now, Hulu, YouTube and more.View Deal
Samsung UN50NU6900 50in 4K TV for
$329 $295 at Walmart
Jump up in size to the 50in model and you can still make a big saving. If you have the room for this model, it's worth going bigger at this price.View Deal
Samsung UN65NU6900 65in 4K TV for
$550 $480 at Best Buy
A good deal for this big TV - this 65in HDR set features HDR10+ technology and an LED display. It's also complete with Samsung's PurColor and Auto Motion Plus features for vivid colours and smooth motion.View Deal
As one of the most affordable Samsung TVs, and still on sale in the likes of Best Buy, it could represent a real bargain if you don't mind missing out on some of the very latest picture technologies found in the Samsung 2019 TV range.
The NU6900 TV range spans five different screen sizes: 43 inch (UE43NU6900/UN43NU6900), 50 inch (UE50NU6900/UN50NU6900), 55 inch (UE55NU6900/UN55NU6900), 65 inch (UE65NU6900/UN65NU6900) and 75 inch (UE75NU6900/UN75NU6900). And with prices starting at $230, this is a real cheap 4K TV bargain.
The Samsung 6 Series is cheaper than the brand’s 7 Series, such as the NU7020 and 8 Series, such as the NU8000. As you'd expect, there are some differences in features and specs, which we've gone through below.
Samsung NU6900: everything you need to know
The NU6900 range represents Samsung's step-up model from HD to 4K. So it's an entry-level TV.
It's a flat panel, LED display, complete with Samsung's 120 Motion Rate and Auto Motion Plus for smooth motion, and PurColor, which promises to deliver a wide spectrum of colours.
The TV features a slim design at 38.1in x 22.5in x 3.1in with a simple stand that has a foot at either end – so if you choose one of the larger screen sizes, make sure your stand is wide enough.
Samsung's smart TV platform is one of the better ones and here you can use Universal Guide to search all your available TV content at once. You can use the Samsung SmartThings app to control your TV and other smart devices in one place, too.
There's Wi-Fi and Ethernet connectivity, two HDMI inputs, with support for Audio Return Channel, plus a USB connection and DLNA streaming.
Samsung does have form at the more affordable end of the market too. A number of 4K TVs have performed solidly over the years with 4K models such as the Samsung UE49RU8000 gaining five stars. This proves you don’t have to spend serious amounts of cash to get excellent picture performance.
That means if you don't mind sacrificing a few features, and a little picture and audio quality no doubt, the Samsung NU6900 might represent a great 4K TV deal.