Summary: I dont really like the apps or the flexibility in the apps. I paid the extra 150$ for the brand samsung, because some one explained it has better Smart Apps than Vizio. I am wondering if thats true. I have come to a conclusion that there is no point in paying 200-300$ extra for the smart feature. Normally we pay money for the screen to last for 3-5 yrs. However the Smart technology is so rapidly changing and 3 years is a long time to stick to the same smart hardware.
Excerpt: The picture is very crisp and bright. The Internet You Tube app is not good (using with DLink wireless router currently on 5ghz channel). It frequently encounters playback errors. Once you hit a play back error you are toast for that viewing session. The only way to correct this issue is to power off the TV and re-start the smart hub, then restart you tube app, then your video (#sad-panda).
Excerpt: Although I would recommend buying a Samsung Smart TV. It should be easier to operate. Your software is unfriendly. For upcoming models or updates, Samsung must install a virtual keyboard. Because in order to use the features that the TV has, you need the keyboard. Otherwise. If you use of the remote control to operate the features.
Pros: Bright display, Lightweight
Cons: Did not meet expectations, to complicate to operate it
Summary: Sorry, folks! Wrong model - our TV is the UN40F6300 - not the UN40F6350. I'll try to move this review or delete it. VERY SORRY!!! We've had this TV for nearly a year, and have loved it. Great picture, intuitive navigation, and excellent "smart" features. However, we use an antenna to get TV and WiFi connected to our Verizon DSL.
Summary: 1. I like its design. The picture quality is good. Internet connection is easy. Another reason I bought this model is its size fits my place perfectly. However, after one week of enjoyment watching my new TV, a group of quite serious Bright/Dark strips start to flash around the left upper part of the screen. Then everytime after the TV warmed up (about 15-20 minutes of playing) the Bright/Dark strips showed up. I asked amazon for an exchange.
Summary: The picture is awesome. The TV is nice and thin. The Samsung Smart Hub software pretty much sucks. It's slow. Buggy. Loses the DLNA connection frequently. Even when it is still connected, it pretends it's not connected -- it will tell you there is no device connected, but if you pull up the previously viewed items on the network you can browse and watch those. Just can't browse the network. Doesn't play all video filetypes, even though it recognizes them.
Summary: I'm not sure if Amazon and UPS are at fault here or not, but I have received two of these now and they both have had irritating minor defects. The first one I ordered had a noticeable crack in the frame around the TV on the bottom-left corner. I contacted Amazon and had it replaced. Now the replacement also has something off with it: the TV is slightly tilted to one side. There's about a 1/4" difference in height from the right side to the left side.
Summary: The model I have is the UN46ES6100, this TV itself is great; the picture quality and smart feature is very nice. The big downside is with its web browsing or anything that involve typing. Since it came with only a regular remote and every time you want to type something like say your 10letter password you have use the up/down/right/left and select key for each of the letter.