SAMSUNG 50" Class 4K (2160P) Ultra HD Smart LED TV (UN50MU6070)

287 reviews - By: Samsung

SAMSUNG 50" Class 4K (2160P) Ultra HD Smart LED TV (UN50MU6070)
MSRP : $599.99

Sale : $449.99
Sold & shipped by Walmart
The Samsung MU6070 Ultra HDTV redefines the viewing experience by producing a colorful High Dynamic Range (HDR) picture. Our new Smart TV user-interface (UI) provides faster access to your favorite streaming content choices and more.

SAMSUNG 50" Class 4K (2160P) Ultra HD Smart LED TV (UN50MU6070)

Key Features:

  • Diagonal Screen Size: 49.5"
  • Backlight Type: LED
  • Resolution: 2160P
  • Effective Refresh Rate: 120Hz
  • Smart Functionality: yes
  • Smart Connectivity: TV to mobile / mobile to TV mirroring
  • HDMI Inputs: yes, 2
  • USB Ports: yes, 2
  • Bluetooth: yes

Industry Certifications:
  • 4K Ultra HD Connected

Included Accesories:
  • Standard remote control


Needs more immediate instructions

I recently bought a 50" Samsung 'smart' ultra-high definition TV ( model UN50MU6300FXZA). I found the lack of immediate, reasonably complete instructions very frustrating. Only when I downloaded the complete instruction manual from the Samsung website was I able to understand and adjust needed functions. For instance, the overall brightness of the picture was initially poor. Only when I learned how to use the menu to get to the picture type (e.g., 'standard', 'movie') was I able to get close to what I had experienced on past Samsung TV's. My initial attempts with the voice command of 'brightness' failed to allow much adjustment. As TV's get more and more complicated it will be harder and harder for an ordinary, non-technical user to figure things out without the detailed manual. (I finally resorted to printing out the entire 138 page detailed instruction manual to have as a handy nearby reference for future problems like the one I initially encountered.)


Samsung does not support their product.

I’ve had Samsung TVs before and it has work out well. Until the latest TV I bought snapped from the base. Call, email and send pictures to Samsung. They send out repair people, was told it’s not repairable so they will have to replace it. After TWO months of weekly back and forth, being transfer from one department to the other they finally wasted my time to tell me that they can’t do anything to help and I should call the local repair people. Even though it’s their manufacturing flaw. It snapped! The base could not support the weight of the TV. Will not recommended this company to anyone. Especially for the price you are paying. You hope they would stand behind their product.


Disappointed with the Samsung 4K Ultra HD

Compared to my 4K Sony is night and day, meaning the Song is far better with color, clarity, life like images (it was the person on TV was in the room). The Samsung was a disappointment, I thought a 4L Ultra HD would be better than a 4 year 4K year Sony, but, I was wrong. The picture is almost fuzzy, rather 4K quality. It's hooked up to a Infinity X1 box which support HD, so I don't know what the issue is. I'll have to call Samsung to see if there is an adjustment that I'm overlooking. No manual how to adjust the color. I'll go to the website to download. Since this is not a primary TV, in the master bedroom, I'll keep it. The ones in the store are a scam, the picture is far more defined in the store than at home (the exception is my older Sony - excellent and amazing color, life like images, nothing compares). Maybe the OLED models maybe better, but, still too expensive.


Great tv nice price

I got thiis tv last month and so far so good, no problems with it at all. I play Xbox and watch blue ray movies along with streaming and live tv. The menus are easy to navigate and set up was quite simple.



Did not last one Year.Two set failed within three Years.