Yes. And when viewing 4k content it is limited to 30Hz
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The 4K technology is new, and with more pixels than ever to cover, a higher Hz rating is currently prohibitive when covering this much panel "real estate". You'll find many of the other 4k models with a similar specification.
That said, the picture quality continues to be impressive, and if you're not ready to spend "big money' to be one of the first adopters of 4K technology, that's okay too. Not everyone will want to - or be able - to do that. As the technology streamlines, the prices will likely come down before long.
That said, for people who want the latest in technology, this is the model that impresses, and that many in the industry are talking about.
The great news is that Samsung has a huge variety of panels that fit many different budgets and specification wants - we have lots of other choices that are less expensive that will meet the needs of many demanding critics - or people who just want a basic TV.
Thanks for giving us the opportunity to address your concerns, and we hope you'll continue to consider Samsung televisions.
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