LG 49" 4K HDR TV (49UH61) reduced to £400 in Sainsbury's (instore) - HotUKDeals
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LG 49" 4K HDR TV (49UH61) reduced to £400.00 in Sainsbury's (instore)

£400.00 @ Sainsbury's
I saw this listed at £420 a couple of weeks ago. Held off and saw it today for £400 "reduced to clear". Sold out in many places, but there were a couple left in my local store. Read More
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4m, 1w agoFound 4 months, 1 week ago
I saw this listed at £420 a couple of weeks ago. Held off and saw it today for £400 "reduced to clear". Sold out in many places, but there were a couple left in my local store.
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#1
quite a few in Alperton store
#2
just wondered why it was cold? is it not a good tv or is it cheaper somewhere else?
#3
Haters gonna hate
#4
I'm seriously confused between this one and Samsung 50KU6000. Also a few questions : one of the websites mentions Resolution : 2880 x 2160. Is this correct?

If correct then how is this 4K?
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eternalflame
I'm seriously confused between this one and Samsung 50KU6000. Also a few questions : one of the websites mentions Resolution : 2880 x 2160. Is this correct?
If correct then how is this 4K?
It will have 3840 x 2160 pixels but LG's cheaper 4k tvs use RGBW displays, instead of the typical RGB. Basically every 4th pixel is replaced by a white sub-pixel, so although it is technically a 4k resolution the image quality is really more like 3k. It's explained better here ... RGBW

Edited By: RedDevil84 on Jan 15, 2017 05:01
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RedDevil84
eternalflame
I'm seriously confused between this one and Samsung 50KU6000. Also a few questions : one of the websites mentions Resolution : 2880 x 2160. Is this correct?
If correct then how is this 4K?
It will have 3840 x 2160 pixels but LG's cheaper 4k tvs use RGBW displays, instead of the typical RGB. Basically every 4th pixel is replaced by a white sub-pixel, so although it is technically a 4k resolution the image quality is really more like 3k. It's explained better here ... RGBW


Thanks RedDevil84. That article gives information about LG that should be given on the box. Definitely informative. Thanks OP

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