Samsung 75" 4K UHD HDR LED Tizen Smart TV (UN75RU7100FXZC)

Model Number: UN75RU7100FXZC
Web Code: 13407264


Open up a world of colour with the Samsung 75" 4K Smart TV. This slim and sleek television boasts an Ultra HD display with High Dynamic Range and PurColor technology to deliver all of your movies, shows, and games in vivid, true-to-life detail. Wi-Fi connectivity lets you access apps like Netflix and YouTube to enjoy your favourite content.
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    Breathtaking visuals

    • 75-inch 4K Ultra HD LED display with a native resolution of 3840 x 2160 provides crystal-clear visuals that will pull you into all of your favourite shows and movies with remarkable realism
    • High Dynamic Range technology brings on-screen realism to the next level with true-to-life colour and stunningly vivid shades
    • 120 Motion Rate delivers sharper images with minimal motion blur so fast-paced content like sporting events and action movies come through in stunning detail
    • PurColor technology expresses life-like colours for unbeatable picture performance

    Intuitive and easy to use

    • Smart TV interface powered by Tizen gives you a world of content at your fingertips through web-connected apps like YouTube, Netflix, Vimeo, and more
    • Auto Game mode automatically optimizes the display so your games come through in vivid detail

    Flexible connectivity

    • Three HDMI inputs let you hook up multiple HD sources like gaming consoles and Blu-ray players so you can keep endless entertainment at your fingertips
    • Two USB media ports let you connect your digital camera, camcorder, or other USB device and watch your photos on the big screen
    Model Year


    Screen Size
    75 in
    4K Ultra HD
    Display Technology
    High Dynamic Range (HDR)
    Motion Enhancement Technology
    120 Motion Rate
    Colour Enhancement
    Video Modes
    Auto Game Mode
    Panel Shape


    Speaker Configuration
    2 CH
    Speaker Output Power


    HDMI Inputs
    Component Video Inputs
    Optical Digital Audio Outputs
    USB Media Port
    Internet Connectivity
    Wi-Fi and Wired
    TV Operating System
    Tizen OS
    Preloaded Apps
    YouTube; Netflix; Amazon Video
    Motion Control
    Voice Control
    Works with Google Assistant
    Works with Amazon Alexa
    Typical Consumption
    105 W
    Energy Saving Mode
    ENERGY STAR Qualified

    Physical Features

    Wall Mount
    Wall Mount Specification
    400mm x 400mm

    Dimensions With Stand

    Width with Stand
    168.46 cm
    Height with Stand
    106.65 cm
    Depth with Stand
    35.61 cm
    Width with Stand (Inches)
    66.32 in
    Height with Stand (Inches)
    41.99 in
    Depth with Stand (Inches)
    14.02 in
    Weight with Stand
    37.5 kg

    Dimensions Without Stand

    Width without Stand
    168.46 cm
    Height without Stand
    96.64 cm
    Depth without Stand
    6.01 cm
    Width without Stand (Inches)
    66.32 in
    Height without Stand (Inches)
    38.05 in
    Depth without Stand (Inches)
    2.37 in
    Weight without Stand
    37 kg
    • Remote Control
    • Batteries (For Remote Control)
    • Vesa Wallmount Support
    • User Manual
    • Power Cable

    • Great value

      from Kamloops on August 3, 2019

      Excellent value for a cinema size tv. Apple tv is included in the software so I was able to save money. Tv interface is quick and easy to use. Lots of apps to choose from and the picture looks beautiful!

    • An excellent balance between quality and value!

      from Leaside on July 24, 2019

      This 75" television from Samsung is really quite impressive for what's on offer for the price. Admittedly this model was on sale at Best Buy when purchased, and for the sale price it would be difficult to beat this product. Physical set up of the TV, despite its size, was easily accomplished by my wife and I in a relatively short span of time (call it an hour or so from cutting the first strap on the packaging until we were viewing a picture. For such a big unit, it seemed somehow "lighter" and easier to handle than was its predecssor; a 60" Plasma. Physical setup was, in fact, a breeze and the instructions were quite simple to follow. Setup of the TV was very simple, although it is a bit tedious from the standpoint that Samsung's setup routine demands an awful lot of one up front to get the ball rolling -- that said, it is possible to skip a lot of it -- but that will just leave it still pending down the road, so one is best to have done with it. That said, setup was accomplished with a minimum of fuss and the actual process wasn't difficult or obscure; but rather, pretty much intuitive. Once setup was complete it was time to get to it and give the TV a spin with actual content. The display is bright and very clear (as one would hope) to the point it is dazzlingly impressive on some content. Thus far, neither my wife or I have noticed any discernible motion blur, although, to be fair, neither of us are big sports fans, so we aren't likely to encounter it -- although we do watch lots of films, and sci-fi and war movies are big hits -- and they tend to have lots of action at times; even so, on films sampled thus far, I noticed no problems with the picture at all. Some may not care for the automatic brightness feature which measures ambient light to determine appropriate brightness for the TV -- I happen to be one such person and after a day and evening of checking it out, will be disabling it in favour of setting a constant brightness, which of course, I could change if lighting conditions mandated it down the road. So, while the picture is sharp and clear, absent thus far of motion blur, and beautifully saturated, there are a few niggles, but I fear these may be more a reflection of the nature of LED TVs rather than being genuine faults of this one. 1: If one views the set in a dark room, there are visbible variances in the "black" areas of a given picture/screen; some parts appearing more luminous than others. This is most noticeable in the black bars one sees on the top and bottom in widescreen situations which do not conform to the 16X9 format perfectly. That being said, it is NOT noticeable in anything other than a completely dark viewing room. 2: I noticed, when looking across the screen at 90 degrees with one's head virtually at screen level, that it was possible to see the odd light leak between the screen and the bezel in a dark room. That being said, one NEVER watches the television from such an angle (since one can't even see a picture) and from anything but literally sighting across the expanse of the 75" screen, one sees no such light leaks. 3: The remote, while getting used to, is, in my opinion a bit small in that some of the keys can be mis-keyed when using it by touch. A larger unit, with more spaced out keys might have been preferable here. Also, the tactile experience of this keypad isn't what I've been used to on other remotes used in connection with our system, so it takes a bit of getting used to -- but that is more a personal perception issue; the remote itself works fine, and seems well crafted. In summary I'd say that this is an excellent product with a couple of niggles, but truly an affordable means of stepping up to a true "home theatre" experience without breaking the bank. While I've experienced ownership of several "large screen TVs" during the past 30 years or so at home, this is truly the nicest one I've personally owned. While there are more elaborate sets on the

    • Wanted To Enjoy & Love

      from Nova Scotia on July 17, 2019

      I have been trying to love the TV. Except. Big time light bleeding at the top right. I have a TCL that I paid half as much for that does not have much if any bleeding. This Samsung 75" has big time light bleed issues. I have 90 days to return it (Costco plus 5 years extended warranty) so I'll see if it worsens or betters. Or if I can get used to it. If not it's definitely being returned. This is 2019. And a company like Samsung can't figure out how to defeat this bleeding issue? In the pic attached you can clearly see how much bleed there is on dark scenes top right (watching 4k content in pic) and it directly affects the quality of the tv Daytime viewing. Especially in 4k. Is great. But dark content and or nighttime viewing is a bust due to poor quality control at Samsung

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