'Seriously beautiful': Amazon just took $202 off Samsung's newest 4K smart TV

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Save $202 on this Samsung 49-inch Class QLED Q80T Series 4K UHD TV. (Photo: Samsung)
Save $202 on this Samsung 49-inch Class QLED Q80T Series 4K UHD TV. (Photo: Samsung)

Usually, brand-new TVs don’t go on sale. Well, this one just did.

Amazon just slashed the price of the Samsung 49-inch Class QLED 4K TV to $898, down from $1,100. That’s a sweet $202 off on a TV that was just released a few months ago.

Brilliant picture quality

The Samsung TV is the latest and greatest from the tech giant, featuring an amazing 49-inch QLED display with vivid colors and inky black levels. Whether you watch during the day or at night, you’ll get glare-free results with no blind spots—no matter where you’re sitting. Plus, Dolby Atmos offers the same audio quality and specifications used at Dolby Laboratories.

“Very sharp picture. The sound is great,” writes a five-star reviewer. “I took off my stereo unit and just use the TV. I think I may be missing some bass but I don't need to shake the living room anyway.”

Get this Samsung 49-inch Class QLED Q80T Series 4K UHD TV for $898. (Photo: Samsung)
Get this Samsung 49-inch Class QLED Q80T Series 4K UHD TV for $898. (Photo: Samsung)

Impressive viewing angles

While most TVs look good when you’re sitting right in front of it, as soon as you go off to the sides, the picture starts to look a little warped. The Samsung QLED 4K TV features ultra-wide viewing angles, which means you can get the same impressive picture quality from just about anywhere.

“Beautiful TV! Have only had it about a week but so far I couldn’t be more impressed,” adds another satisfied shopper. “The picture is seriously beautiful. This TV has ultra-wide viewing angles and I can confirm it works great. From our kitchen I can easily see the screen from maybe a 30-degree angle...so crazy.”

Bottom line

At nearly 20 percent off, this Samsung TV is a powerful 4K model featuring the high-end picture quality you’d come to expect from Samsung with the coolest bells and whistles, like video streaming and smart home features via Alexa. And shoppers are even ditching their tried-and-true models for this one.

“Awesome upgrade! I love this TV! All the smart features are incredible and sound is great. Picture quality blows my old four-year-old LG 4K TV away,” says an excited five-star reviewer.

The reviews quoted above reflect the most recent versions at the time of publication.

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