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The 50" smart TV operates on WebOS and offers up to a 4K Ultra HD (3840x2160) resolution. In addition, HDR boost improves the levels of contrast and clarity shown by the LED display and there is a 60Hz refresh rate. The OS includes apps for accessing streaming services including Netflix and Disney+ and the TV is voice-control compatible via ThinQ AI.
If this TV isn't big enough for you, you can also save over $1000 on a Sony 75" smart TV. Now available for $1298, the 75" TV set offers a full array LED 4K Ultra HD display, Dolby Vision, a contrast booster, and Bravia Core.
Walmart's October event, New Rollbacks and More, includes discounts on technology, accessories, home appliances, toys, clothing, and Christmas gifts. The US retailer's timing coincides with Amazon's upcoming new event, the Prime Early Access Sale.
The Prime Day-like event has been launched to capitalize on the shopping season and, at the same time, entice consumers to sign up for a Prime membership. However, if you're interested in exploring both Walmart and Amazon's sale, you can sign up for a 30-day trial to access the latter.
Walmart's New Rollbacks and More sale ends on October 13 at 7 pm ET.