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Early Black Friday TV Deal: Samsung 65-inch 4K UHD TV for $989.99 (UN65MU7000)

By Chris Boylan

Retailers and consumers look forward to the deals that will be available on Black Friday and Cyber Monday. But Amazon isn't waiting around this year. They've launched their Black Friday sale page early and are kicking things off with a sweet deal on a Samsung 4K UHD Smart TV.

For today only (November 1, 2017) and while supplies last, you can pick up Samsung's 65-inch UN65MU7000 4K UHD LED TV for under a grand, including free shipping. You'll need to put the TV into your cart to see the price.

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The UN65MU7000 isn't some stripped down bare bones off-brand TV. It's a brand new 2017 Samsuing 4K LED-lit LCD TV with Samung's Smart HUB streaming features. The set offers full 4K UHD (Ultra High Definition) resolution of 3840x2160 pixels with support for High Dynamic Range content (4K HDR Pro). The set offers a CMR (Clear Motion Rate) of 120 which means fast moving images should have less smear and blur than you'd see on lesser TVs.

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The set is also Amazon certified as "streaming optimized" which means your binge-watching sessions of "Game of Thrones" or "Stranger Things" should be particularly enjoyable.

More details are available on Amazon.com. Pricing was current and the set was in stock as of the time this article was posted, but the deal does expire today (while supplies last) so check it out while you can.

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