About Samsung Smart TV Series 6
The South Korean conglomerate Samsung has been a market leader in smart TVs since their introduction in 2010, and was in 2012 awarded the Royal Warrant of Appointment to Her Majesty the Queen - an unprecedented honour for a television or audio-visual equipment manufacturer. Since the Samsung smart TV range began, the company has developed their product over nine consecutive series, all of which have won awards and praise from consumer associations and tech reviewers.
The Series 6 smart TV from Samsung comes in four different models, ranging in sophistication, features and cost between the F6500, F6670, F6510 and F6800. While each model is equipped with a fully HD (1920 x 1080p) 46" LED screen, and offers buyers an elegant, streamlined and clean contemporary design, there are nevertheless some minor differences to be aware of.
Both the F6500 and F6670 systems have a Freeview HD/Freesat HD tuner, for instance, as opposed to the DVB-T/C/S2 analog tuners of the slightly more expensive F6510 and F6800. In practice, this affects how well the sets function to receive geographical signals, with the former models being UK-specific.
The other differences are largely aesthetic, with a gradual movement toward narrower bezel designs and different stand types. Additionally, front colours progress through chrome silver, titan silver, white, and black respectively.
Otherwise the TVs are very similar. Features include 'S Recommendation', which learns users' viewing habits to suggest tailored recommendations, optional 3D functionality, and a full spectrum of games, apps, videos and music in the Smart Hub entertainment environment.