Looking for the best smart TV deals? Currys has launched a clearance on smart home products, and some of the smart TV deals on offer will make you rethink how connected you are with your current TV.
Smart TV deals at Currys give you £500 off a Samsung 65-inch smart TV, but it’s not just the larger screen sizes on offer. Smaller smart TVs for the bedroom, and gigantic screens to provide a centrepiece for your living room are also discounted.
No matter what your budget, these deals are well worth checking out if you’re in the market for a new smart TV.
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What's the Best Smart TV Deal at Currys?
SAMSUNG QE65Q85TATXXU 65" Smart 4K Ultra HD HDR QLED TV | WAS £2,499, NOW £1,999
Once you’ve let the £500 saving on this 65” TV sink in, consider this: Samsung’s astonishingly vivid display and smart capabilities on this smart TV means it comes with heaps of features. TV aficionados will be blessed with 100% colour volume, immersive 3D sound and voice control accessibility - meanwhile, the fascinating Multi View feature lets you watch your favourite TV show whilst commenting on social media. It’s a smart TV dream, and this discount is pretty dreamy too.
More Great Smart TV Deals
SAMSUNG QE43Q60TAUXXU 43" Smart 4K Ultra HD HDR QLED TV | WAS £799, NOW £599
If you’re looking for a slightly smaller smart TV, try this deal on Samsung’s 43” 4K TV. For just £599, this TV delivers dual LED technology for enhanced bold contrast, and you can use Bixby, Alexa and Google Assistant voice control (which is built-in) to find Apple TV, Netflix, Disney+ and more. This is a cut-price deal on a very advanced TV.
TOSHIBA 32WL2A63DB 32" Smart HD Ready LED TV | WAS £199, NOW £159
Currys has slashed £40 off this no-fuss HD-ready Toshiba TV which is optimal for a bedroom, conservatory or converted garage or loft. Standing at just 32 inches, and coming in at just £159, this is a TV that’s perfect if you don’t have a vast budget - but that doesn’t mean you're missing out on features: it works with Alexa, boasts increased picture clarity and detail, and connects with smart TV apps.
SONY BRAVIA KD75XG8096BU 75" Smart 4K Ultra HD HDR LED TV | WAS £1,199, NOW £999
Like your TVs big? The 75-inch Bravia smart 4K TV showcases Sony's X-Reality Pro, which provides expansive cinematic viewing that will transform watching any TV show, sports event or film. It’s now available at Currys for just £999, and while its jaw-dropping picture is its key feature, it packs a smart punch too: it works with Google Assistant and can be paired with an Alexa speaker.
Incorporating Smart Technology into Your Home
There’s a lot to consider when planning how to design a smart home, but the most important part is to ensure a reliable internet connection. Many smart products can connect wirelessly, but a wired infrastructure is essential if you are planning to make your whole home smart.
To dip your toe in the smart home waters, you could start with a smart assistant such as the Amazon Echo or the Google Home or opt for some smart lighting like the Phillips Hue system. At the other end of the spectrum, you could opt for total home automation where your lighting, heating, security and home entertainment can all be controlled electronically.
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Jack has worked in journalism for 11 years and is the News Editor for Homebuilding & Renovating, a role he has had since 2019. He strives to break the most relevant and beneficial stories for self builders, extenders and renovators, including the latest news on the construction materials shortage and hydrogen heating. In 2021 he appeared on BBC's The World at One to discuss the government's planning reforms.
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