You can still nab a Samsung QLED TV for under £500 even though Amazon's Prime Day sale has finished

You can still nab a Samsung QLED TV for under £500 – until midnight!
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Wondering whether any of the best Prime Day deals are stil live after the event? Good news – this one certainly is.

Prime Day in October may have officially finished but you can still get a massive discount on Samsung's Q65C QLED TV. It is down to just £499 for the 43-inch model, and it's still in stock right now. 

And if you want to go bigger, the 50-inch Samsung QLED TV is just £100 more, at £599.

Best Samsung Q65C QLED TV deal

Samsung Q65C 43-inch QLED TVwas £799now £499 at Amazon (save £300)

Samsung Q65C 43-inch QLED TV was £799 now £499 at Amazon (save £300)
There's £300 off this 43-inch QLED TV with Quantum Dot visuals, a billion shades of colour and Samsung's Object Tracking Sound (OTS) that virtually tracks objects on screen and produces audio to follow. Want to go bigger? The 50-inch model is £100 extra, at £599.

A disclaimer: We haven't tested this particular model, so can't definitively comment on its performance. But its specs are certainly impressive.

The Q65C is essentially identical to the Q60C, but available in different sizes. It's one of Samsung's cheaper QLED TVs, and features the Quantum Processor Lite 4K, which upscales visuals to 4K and optimises the sound depending on what you're watching.

OTS Lite gives you virtual 3D surround sound, and if you pair it with a Samsung soundbar, all the speakers – TV and all – work together to create a fuller, more immersive sound. However, there's no Dolby Atmos support.

The legs are adjustable to accommodate a soundbar, while the Gaming Hub brings together some of the biggest gaming services – like Xbox Game Pass and Twitch – in one place.

You're getting a lot of tech for your £500. And given Samsung's track record with QLED TVs, this one looks like a pretty safe bet.


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Joe Svetlik

Joe has been writing about tech for 17 years, first on staff at T3 magazine, then in a freelance capacity for Stuff, The Sunday Times Travel Magazine, Men's Health, GQ, The Mirror, Trusted Reviews, TechRadar and many more (including What Hi-Fi?). His specialities include all things mobile, headphones and speakers that he can't justifying spending money on.