It's a bit odd, the SmartThings app required to set up the tv says it will use Bluetooth to find the device but the tv does not show on any Bluetooth scans. The Samsung website says it does not have Bluetooth and there doesn't seem to be anything in it's settings that mention Bluetooth. It does not have a 3.5 mm coaxial audio jack to attach a Bluetooth transmitter to but it does have an optical audio out jack that might be used with an appropriate transmitter, quite likely a more expensive transmitter which would also occupy an USB port for power. It would be logical for a smart tv to be able to take a USB Bluetooth transceiver but given the lack of any mention of Bluetooth in it's interface, I would say only try it if you happen to have such a portable USB Bluetooth transceiver handy. Now, a lot of features on this model is disabled on this model in North America such as it's timeshift PVR feature and could be turned on from a maintenance debug screen if you can find the remote button combination needed to enter the debug mode so there's a small chance that you could enable Bluetooth and simply use a USB Bluetooth adapter but overall I would say that this tv does not have bluetooth despite what the SmartThings app said to discover it.