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SAMSUNG 55" Class 4K (2160P) Ultra HD Smart LED TV (UN55NU7200) with $20 VUDU Credit (2018 Model)
$548.00 Best Price: Walmart $498.00

Rating: (72)

Product Description

SAMSUNG 55" Class 4K (2160P) Ultra HD Smart LED TV (UN55NU7200)

This item includes a $20 VUDU credit for movies and/or shows. Redeem at checkout.

Key Features
  • Diagonal Screen Size: 54.5"
  • Backlight Type: LED
  • Resolution: 2160P
  • Effective Refresh Rate: 120Hz
  • Smart Functionality: yes

  • HDMI Inputs: yes, 3
  • USB Ports: yes, 2
  • Built-in Wi-Fi: yes
4K UHD Picture
  • PurColor™
  • Essential Contrast
  • HDR
  • 4K UHD
  • Game Mode
  • UHD Engine™
  • Motion Rate 120
  • UHD Dimming
  • Contrast Enhancer
  • Clean Cable Solution®
  • Slim Design
  • Bezel Color: Charcoal Silver
  • Stand Color: Charcoal Silver
  • Smart TV
  • Universal Browse
  • Connect & Share
  • Dolby® Digital Plus
  • 20 Watt 2 Channel
Included Accessories
  • Standard Remote
Industry Certifications
  • CTA 4K Ultra HD Connected


Model Number: UN55NU7200FXZA
UPC: 887276263427
MSRP $548.00
Stock: Available
Overall Rating:

BUYER BEWARE!! We bought this TV in January 2018 and the tage shows it was manufactured the previous month in December 2017. Because we are seasonal did not use it much last spring. Upon our return to Florida this month we tried using the TV's Smart Hub to connect to Amazon Prime. It does not connect and times out constantly. The picture is very blurry when we can stream live. If you watch TV through applications like Netflix and Amazon Prime this TV is not for you. Walmart basically told us tough luck and Samsung does not recognize the serial number because they say the model too old. BUYER BEWARE!!!!!

5 star By Geoff
Awesome TV. Great picture. Easy set up.

Great video, but SUPER heavy By violetx
I bought this today as a replacement for my 55" Samsung TV of the same series. I just wanted something bigger with good quality 4K UHD for gaming & this delivered! Beautiful, smooth picture, just like my 55" had. Unfortunately, there is a little big of a lag that I didn't notice with my 55" & I'm not sure if it's because of the January 2019 update or not yet. I know it's not my internet because I have it connected with an ethernet cable to my gaming-speed router. Maybe it's just in need of a restart since the update? Hopefully, this is an issue that resolves itself with time. This TV is extremely heavy, at least 80 pounds without the stand. I struggled to lift & install it.

Great TV! By vigilante640
I bought this TV last night and got it hooked up, and therein lies the only problem I found with it. My old Samsung (50" model) has 5 or 6 HDMI ports, and I was using four of them. This TV only has three ports, so I am trying to cure that problem by hooking up my combo VCR/DVD recorder unit through RCA cables. Kind of disappointed that my older TV outclasses the new one in this area. Today at work, I learned that two of my co-workers also have Samsung TVs, but higher end than my new one, and both of theirs came with One Connect Samsung HDMI hubs. So, my upset is - why did Samsung not carry this feature on to the new 7100 series TV? Both of my co-workers have units older than mine. I did a search online for a compatible USB hub to solve my problem, but only succeeded in finding hubs for the "J" and "M" series TVs. Mine is the "N" series. Pretty disappointed about this. Wonder if Samsung has a "fix" for this?

Samsung 55 inch nu7200 By JdAustin
I finally found a 4k TV That has everything I wanted . If you like the soap opera display look this is the TV to get . If you're not sure what the soap opera look is do a web search on the term ( it has to do with motion interpolation ) . And if you don't like it you can adjust the effect through picture settings called judder under Auto Motion Plus settings. Nice deep colors, lots of settings to configure within the remote and the Guide feature allows you to see what is playing on TV on up to about 10 channels at once. The remote is a Samsung brand not Roku which is too basic for me. Ask if one is on display at a Walmart near you. It is worth the $600 range price