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In this video we are Unboxing of Samsung 4K Ultra High Definition Smart LED TV this one is 50 Inches 60Hz Refresh Rate Display Samsung letest 6 Gen series, working on Tizen Operating system, Netflix, Amazon prime video, YouTube, Hotstar, Google play movie, jio cinema n much more app in side with app store, Samsung Tune Station Dolby sounds System in side how it's work and look. HDR support HDMI port, USB port, LAN port, all types of port are given, super quality audio and video experience, live cast , mirror screen support, lag free gaming possible, 43" and 55" inches display also available same function, better than all tv in this Price segment

 

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