(Price Drop) LG 49UH850V Smart 3D - 4k Ultra HD - HDR 49inch - LED TV £849 @ Currys - HotUKDeals
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(Price Drop) LG 49UH850V Smart 3D - 4k Ultra HD - HDR 49inch - LED TV £849.00 @ Currys

£849.00 @ Currys
price drop from £1,199.00 (4 months ago) to £1,079.00 but NOW £849.00 posted previously by ryangraham73307 (4 months ago) didnt get any heat probably due to fact that it was over £1k well…
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5m, 1w agoFound 5 months, 1 week ago
price drop from £1,199.00 (4 months ago)

to £1,079.00 but NOW £849.00

posted previously by ryangraham73307 (4 months ago)

didnt get any heat probably due to fact that it was over £1k

well now you get this under that!

http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/lg-49uh850v-smart-3d-4k-ultra-hd-hdr-49-led-tv-1199-currys-2443112

its somewhat confusing about spec

the way i see is

it is a 10 bit panel with a full HDR? or am i totally wrong?

good thing is, it comes with

- Magic remote

- 3D glasses x 2

- and a 5 year guarantee (probably 30days with currys +and the rest with LG)

Update***

Version without 3D Compatibility for £789.00

Link:

Currys PC World

http://www.currys.co.uk/gbuk/tv-and-home-entertainment/televisions/televisions/lg-49uh770v-smart-4k-ultra-hd-hdr-49-led-tv-10144787-pdt.html

John Lewis (5 year guarantee included)

http://www.johnlewis.com/lg-49uh770-led-hdr-super-4k-ultra-hd-smart-tv-49-with-freeview-hd-freesat-hd-harman-kardon-sound-bright-metal-design/p2627717?
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1 Like #1
The words 4K and LG in the same sentence always worry me. All I hear about the LG's is that the back light can be seen in some sections on the corners during really dark scenes.
Haven't seen this TV though so I can't speculate the same for this model.
#2
maciejkopec08
The words 4K and LG in the same sentence always worry me. All I hear about the LG's is that the back light can be seen in some sections on the corners during really dark scenes.
Haven't seen this TV though so I can't speculate the same for this model.


​Makes me worry too, it's so weird because LG used to be the top dog in TV's, even manufacturing a lot of the parts used in Sony's, Panasonics and Samsungs.

I just don't get what happened to LG?
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Shakeyyy
maciejkopec08
The words 4K and LG in the same sentence always worry me. All I hear about the LG's is that the back light can be seen in some sections on the corners during really dark scenes.
Haven't seen this TV though so I can't speculate the same for this model.
​Makes me worry too, it's so weird because LG used to be the top dog in TV's, even manufacturing a lot of the parts used in Sony's, Panasonics and Samsungs.
I just don't get what happened to LG?

this is simple
as these sets are not their OLED (which is their premium range) they are not looking to put their best back lighting engine. if your looking at OLED 4K FULL HDR, 3D, 55inch 10 bit panel then it will cost you over £3K
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iz123456789

this is simple
as these sets are not their OLED (which is their premium range) they are not looking to put their best back lighting engine. if your looking at OLED 4K FULL HDR, 3D, 55inch 10 bit panel then it will cost you over £3K

OLED doesn't need any backlight. If they don't use their best backlight in LED TVs they can't use it anywhere else.
#5
mif
iz123456789

this is simple
as these sets are not their OLED (which is their premium range) they are not looking to put their best back lighting engine. if your looking at OLED 4K FULL HDR, 3D, 55inch 10 bit panel then it will cost you over £3K
OLED doesn't need any backlight. If they don't use their best backlight in LED TVs they can't use it anywhere else.
ok but you understand that if they make these non-oled tv's as good as their oled tv's but keeping the price tag the same then you, me and everyone else will just buy the oled right?. rest my case!
#6
iz123456789
it is a 10 bit panel with a full HDR? or am i totally wrong?

People on the AV Forums claim it's not true 10bit, it's 8bit plus dithering.

It's does had a few back light issues: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FBHB-VWwpaE

A friend bought one last week and returned it as input lag was too high for gaming. Replaced it with something that costs a good £500 more (Samsung KS8000). Can you do better for the money? Not really sure.
#7
iz123456789
ok but you understand that if they make these non-oled tv's as good as their oled tv's but keeping the price tag the same then you, me and everyone else will just buy the oled right?. rest my case!

They cannot make them as good. One of the current best LED TVs, the Panasonic 58dx902b, has its backlight is separated into 512 separately adjustable parts of light on the screen. These 512 lights produce so much heat it requires fans to cool the TV. An OLED TV has over 8 million seperatly adjustable spots of light on the screen with no heat issues.
#8
iz123456789
Shakeyyy
maciejkopec08
The words 4K and LG in the same sentence always worry me. All I hear about the LG's is that the back light can be seen in some sections on the corners during really dark scenes.
Haven't seen this TV though so I can't speculate the same for this model.
​Makes me worry too, it's so weird because LG used to be the top dog in TV's, even manufacturing a lot of the parts used in Sony's, Panasonics and Samsungs.
I just don't get what happened to LG?

this is simple
as these sets are not their OLED (which is their premium range) they are not looking to put their best back lighting engine. if your looking at OLED 4K FULL HDR, 3D, 55inch 10 bit panel then it will cost you over £3K


​wrong it will cost £2299
#9
I still find it cold. It seems Curry/ PC World have exclusivity over this model so they keep the price high. It's the second time it's been 850. I want this model as it's the last passive 3D and webos 3.0 is quite good. I see a lot of comments but nobody has actually tried any LG. My favourite point is the magic remote. It's really good. While the rest still have the classic remote LG replaced it and it's simply perfect. I used the first version and they improved the second one with exactly what it needs. For me it's the perfect brand for tv when taking into account all tv functionalities. Close is Sony with Android OS( pretty unresponsive and undeveloped last year) and best picture quality but ditched passive 3D. Crap remote though:) but android app was improving.
#10
It may seem like a good deal because of the previous price however you're paying a premium because it's 3D, I personally wouldn't spend this amount on anything but a Samsung but that's my personal opinion. 3D never made it anywhere therefore they are phasing it out so not really a selling point anymore.
#11
try the Samsung 48 6400 3d smart tv, i got this and its amazing for the price. I had the LG and sent it back, the Samsung knocks spots of this Lg and was half the price
#12
plumberman56
try the Samsung 48 6400 3d smart tv, i got this and its amazing for the price. I had the LG and sent it back, the Samsung knocks spots of this Lg and was half the price


​better to say nothing at all mate. you clearly do not have a clue.
#13
this is a good deal hdr and dolby vision. but I would look more at the 1080p oled I will come down in price soon. if you get it under a grand it's a winner.
#14
My name it not mate. Go waste you ££££ :-)

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