The Samsung 48 Inch is a 4k smart TV with 120 Hertz. It is replaced the 42 Inch Vizio. FDrom the box the Samsung 48 Inch TV comes with a set-up guide and a few other pieces. The set up instruction is very clear and guides on how to put the stand together for the TV indicating you to get two people to set it up. Also from the box is the user manual, the remote control, power cable and some batteries for your remote contro.
The remote control for Samsung 48 Inch is just a very basic remote and nothing special at all. It has a much better remote full-course keyboard or T cube. It is powered by two batteries.
To switch on the TV you have to take the power cable and plug into the back of the TV and a power source. Also you need to work it out using the remote control.
At the back of this TV is the antenna, three HDMI, two USB ports and some controls. There are the volume conmtollers, power, channel up/down and different options based on what you’re doing with the TV. Samsung 48 Inch comes with a selection of other ports like the audio and the Ethernet or a LAN.
Samsung 48 Inch has speakers breathing room at the bottom. It aslo has a visa mount port and a slot to plug in your power. One needs the screws and a head screwdriver to fix the stands. To power on the TV you have to press the button on from the remote and you will see a Smart TV logo come up. There’s a little red dot that pops up at the bottom. The normal setup like choosing the language and setting up the network connection follows. It comes with some downloaded apps like the YouTube.
You will notice that for the first time booting the resolution doesn’t look that good. This can be tweaked on the setting. It does play Ultra HD 4k videos very smoothly. The resolution on Samsung 48 Inch looks not that great and it needs to be rendered. The screen looks without any discoloration or lines.
Main Specifications for Samsung 48 Inch
48 Inch Display
1920 x 1080 Resolution
DVB-T2 Digital Technology
4 HDMI Ports
3 USB Ports