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Samsung UA32H5500 Review
There are many Samsung models on the market today and it might be a tricky thing to settle for one. Well, except for user priorities and preferences, there are some general areas where everyone will find important in a smart TV. With a wide variety of healthy competitors out there, Samsung just had to do some of the most important things just right. With the help of expert test results, I was able to review a couple of Samsung UA32H5500’s features to see whether they are up to the mark. We look at the Ergonomics, power efficiency, connectivity and of course image quality. Will it impress?
First of all, we need to look at the most important things that people look for in a TV, the image quality. When a TV comes with all the best smart TV features and doesn’t offer good quality pictures, then it’s still not suitable to call it a smart TV. Unfortunately, the Samsung UA32H5500 doesn’t provide the best of images as expert tests prove. After a resolution and update frequency test, the UA32H5500 scored poorly in the resolution. It achieved only 22% when tested for resolution but had a better number on the update frequency recording 58%. In this regard, the image quality score was 30% which is just fine for anyone looking for a basic smart TV.
The Samsung UA32H5500 comes with inbuilt Wi-Fi and NFC and the experts again had to put their performance to test. After a thorough test, the UA32H5500 scored pretty well, even going beyond the experts’ expectations. An overall performance of 86% is something to be proud of. NFC connectivity hit the highest mark in terms of performance with 97% followed by 96% for the memory card reader and 75% for the Wi-Fi.
When it comes to Ergonomics of the UA32H5500 there is nothing outstanding but it’s good enough for the average user. The image size scored 41%, the weight 100% and the Depth without stand clicked at 53%. This is the normal range and so there is nothing to complain at all.
Of course, there are some people who are really concerned about the power efficiency and this beauty doesn’t disappoint in this department. Its performance was way above average. Its energy efficiency class scored 73% while the Power consumption hit 100%. If energy saving is one of your top priorities, then the Samsung UA32H5500 won’t disappoint you.
So, should you buy this TV? Well, it all depends on your top priorities. The UA32H5500 performed quite well in most of the tests and so it’s a worthy competitor. Its poor image quality might probably be a deal breaker here. The UA32H5500 won’t hurt your pocket but might hurt your eyes with the below average image quality. There are other options to look out for like the Samsung UA40H5003, LG M2752D, LG 32LB5610, Fusion MS-TV220LED, Soniq E48W13A and the Panasonic Viera TH-40A400Z if you still need to explore. For now, I would leave it to you to compare its performance and value to its direct competitors and make a decision.
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