This TV doesn't maintain its colors well when viewed at an angle. The curve of the screen exacerbates this issue, because the side nearer to you is at a greater angler than it would be on a flat screen.
Update 01/06/2017: We have changed the methodology of testing. Since this is an old TV which we don't have anymore, we extrapolated the results from 2016 TVs.
This is a pretty good TV for sports fans. There's not much blur, so moving objects won't look streaky, and while there is some noticeable patchiness to the look of sports, it's far from the worst TV we've seen for that.
The motion handling could be better on this TV. It has a bit more blur than average, although you won't really notice it unless you are gaming or watching sports.
There's no noticeable delay between when you make an action in a game and when you see the reaction onscreen. That, plus the good motion handling, makes this a good curved option for gamers. If you don't watch movies, there's not much reason to pay extra for the Samsung JU7500.
1080p @ 60Hz
1080p With Interpolation
1080p @ 60Hz Outside Game Mode
1080p @ 60Hz @ 4:4:4
In game mode, the input lag is low. PC mode (for 4:4:4 support), is a bit higher, at 44.2ms.
Unless you care about the curve or the fancy remote, get the cheaper JU6500 UHD TV instead of this Samsung JU6700. The picture quality is the same. It is good, but it does have a little bit of motion blur and judder.