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

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

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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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quite a few in Alperton store

just wondered why it was cold? is it not a good tv or is it cheaper somewhere else?

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Haters gonna hate

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?

eternalflame

I'm seriously confused between this one and Samsung 50KU6000. Also a few … 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" 15th Jan

RedDevil84

It will have 3840 x 2160 pixels but LG's cheaper 4k tvs use RGBW … 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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