Finlux FL5032UHD

342,-
Limited supply, order now
342,-
Limited supply, order now

Product information

Key specs

Screen type
LED-LCD
Image quality
Good
Sharpness
4K (UHD)
Refresh rate
50 Hz
Smart TV
Yes
Smart platform type
Basic
Screen size
50 inches
Color depth
17 million colors (8-bit)

Pros and cons

According to our television expert
  • Pros:
    Even the smallest details of the image are clearly visible thanks to the 4K UHD resolution.
  • Pros:
    Smart TV gives you access to apps, games, and online entertainment.
  • Pros:
    You can connect 3 different devices at once to the TV's 3 HDMI ports.
  • Con:
    The basic smart platform offers fewer apps and settings than other platforms.
Product Expert televisions

The Finlux FL5032UHD sharply displays your favorite movies or series. This TV supports 4K resolution. The images are 4 times sharper than Full HD images thanks to this. The fur of an animal or the number on the back of shirt of a soccer player, every detail is sharp. When you connect the TV to the internet, you can access useful smart functions. This way, you can easily switch to a YouTube video or your Netflix account. Want to connect devices to the TV? No problem, you can easily connect multiple devices thanks to the 3 HDMI inputs. Think of a Blu-ray player, a soundbar, or a console.


Included by default

Included by default

Key specs

Screen type
LED-LCD
Image quality
Good
Sharpness
4K (UHD)
Refresh rate
50 Hz
Smart TV
Yes
Smart platform type
Basic
Screen size
50 inches
Color depth
17 million colors (8-bit)

Recommended combination

Finlux FL5032UHD
Finlux FL5032UHD
Included accessories
Hdmi cable
Hdmi cable
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Television mount
Television mount
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Media player
Media player
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