I was reading the review for this model on the website linked above and for a number of reasons, I don't think that source is reliable or accurate (technically speaking at least). It mentions things like "black saturation", "D65K", and the following:
"While we initially thought that this panel would by the Ultra Clear Screen technology that we liked so much in 2011 it is actually a semi-matte finish screen. As a result there is poorer side viewing angle quality in this TV as all matte type LCD screen finishes diminish contrast and saturation at side viewing angles.
While this treatment does cut down on reflection from the screen, there is glare off the screen from in room light.As with any LED/LCD TV with a matte or semi-matte screen finish your viewing angles are going to suffer.
The ES6100 is not worse than others in this area, in fact it may be better but contrast/saturation diminished by around 20% at 25 to 30 degrees off center. Stay front and center for the best results from this TV."
I've never heard anything before about a matte screen finish hurting viewing angles and PQ at those angles. Sounds like nonsense to me and makes me wonder if this site holds a candle to CNET or Consumer Reports. Anyone else find this review site questionable?
Also, on a completely separate note, does this TV do 3D? The review says it does but the Samsung website does not.