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LG 49SM8500PLA 49" Smart 4K Ultra HD TV with Nano Cell, HDR10, Dolby Vision and Dolby Atmos + 5 Year Guarantee - £466.65 With Code @ Hughes
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LG 49SM8500PLA 49" Smart 4K Ultra HD TV with Nano Cell, HDR10, Dolby Vision and Dolby Atmos + 5 Year Guarantee - £466.65 With Code @ Hughes

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LG 49SM8500PLA 49" NanoCell 4K TV

NanoCell TV, The Best LED TV from LG
NanoCell TV is LG's most advanced LED TV that delivers superior picture quality with enhanced RGB colour purity thanks to LG's NanoCell technology.

Refined Colour Purity
Nano Color delivers a stunning visual experience with NanoCell technology that enhances the purity of colour using about 1nm nanoparticles.

Reveal Pure Colours with NanoCell Technology
Pure RGB colours are the key to realistic picture quality. NanoCell Technology applies nanoparticles that purify colours by filtering out dull colours and enhancing the purity of the RGB spectrum.
*The conventional mentioned in this content is based on the previous LG models and the images are simulated.

Precise Colour Expression at A Wide Viewing Angle
Wherever you sit, NanoCell TV maintains accurate colour, even from the sides, and allows everyone to enjoy the realistic picture.

Wide Viewing Angle. Colours Stay Accurate.
Unlike conventional TVs that may distort colours when a picture is viewed from the side, LG NanoCell TV preserves colour so that no matter where you sit, you will get a rich, colourful picture.
*Conventional means TVs without in-plane switching technology.
*The relative size of the colour gamut set at 100% when viewed from the center (0 degree).

4K Cinema HDR Delivers The Filmmaker’s Vision
LG’s 4K Cinema HDR trues to the filmmaker’s vision with the support of most HDR formats. Be immerse in cinematic images with major HDR formats including Advanced HDR by Technicolor and HDR10 Pro.
* HDR10 Pro and HLG Pro is LG’s own proprietary HDR solution which process HDR signal dynamically frame by frame using enhanced dynamic tone mapping.

Dolby Vision & Atmos. Cinema Experience at Home.
Dolby transforms your home into an entertainment powerhouse with cinematic HDR imaging and sound.
*Dolby Vision is a trademark of Dolby Laboratories. Dolby Atmos and the double-D symbol are registered trademarks of Dolby Laboratories.

NanoCell Tech Combines with Next-Gen a7 Processor
The 2nd generation a7 Processor has been upgraded with a deep learning AI algorithm, which optimises picture and sound depending on the type and quality of content, so you always enjoy a breathtaking experience.

Simple, Harmonious Design
LG NanoCell TV's Nano Bezel and sleek design will fit beautifully into any living room.

Gallery Mode
With Gallery Mode you can enjoy beautiful travel photography - updated seasonally by TripAdvisor.

Flawless 4K HDR Gaming
LG NanoCell TV is perfect for gamers. With ultra-low input lag meaning the difference between victory and defeat, and cinematic images thanks to 4K and HDR, get the most immersive experience with fast action and eye-popping colour.

LG TV meets New Intelligence
LG AI TV expands your AI experience with both Google Assistant and Alexa*. Get answers to questions and control smart home appliances all through the power of your voice.
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Excellent price
Nano Cell = LGs attempt to copy Samsungs QLED TVs.

LG are desperately trying to find an answer to Samsungs planned 2021 Quantum Dot TVs with per pixel backlights that will blow LG OLED TVs out the water.
Edited by: "Tony_DR" 7th Jun
Tony_DR07/06/2020 00:24

Nano Cell = LGs attempt to copy Samsungs QLED TVs.LG are desperately …Nano Cell = LGs attempt to copy Samsungs QLED TVs.LG are desperately trying to find an answer to Samsungs planned 2021 Quantum Dot TVs with per pixel backlights that will blow LG OLED TVs out the water.


A good Nano cell TV is significantly cheaper than a budget OLED. Comparing a £500 TV to a £1000 OLED one is ridiculous.

No doubt the Quantum Dot TVs will be super expensive too.
reubenno07/06/2020 10:27

A good Nano cell TV is significantly cheaper than a budget OLED. Comparing …A good Nano cell TV is significantly cheaper than a budget OLED. Comparing a £500 TV to a £1000 OLED one is ridiculous. No doubt the Quantum Dot TVs will be super expensive too.


I compared it to QLEDs which they are a copy of.

And the new Samsung TVs are apparently cheaper to make than LG OLEDs as they have single colour per pixel backlights. So one pixel where LG need three. Whilst having QLED levels of brightness and much lower risk of burn in.
Tony_DR07/06/2020 10:36

I compared it to QLEDs which they are a copy of.And the new Samsung TVs …I compared it to QLEDs which they are a copy of.And the new Samsung TVs are apparently cheaper to make than LG OLEDs as they have single colour per pixel backlights. So one pixel where LG need three. Whilst having QLED levels of brightness and much lower risk of burn in.


Okay but how is that relevant to this deal?

Even if they are cheaper than current OLEDs, they won't be anywhere near as cheap as £450.
reubenno07/06/2020 10:53

Okay but how is that relevant to this deal?Even if they are cheaper than …Okay but how is that relevant to this deal?Even if they are cheaper than current OLEDs, they won't be anywhere near as cheap as £450.


Its relevant because people won't necessarily realise that this is LGs term for QLED and therefore that Samsung make better versions of the same thing.

And yes you likely wont get a Samsung QLED this cheap. Expect to pay about another £100 for a Q60R. But it's in many ways a better TV with better screen tech such as wide viewing angle without the picture issues of an IPS panel, darker blacks and better anti-reflective coating.
Edited by: "Tony_DR" 7th Jun
I had this TV for a short time and sent it back. Whilst a good price, Nano in no way can make up for the limitations for IPS i.e. contrast/blacks.
Tony_DR07/06/2020 10:57

Its relevant because people won't necessarily realise that this is LGs …Its relevant because people won't necessarily realise that this is LGs term for QLED and therefore that Samsung make better versions of the same thing.And yes you likely wont get a Samsung QLED this cheap. Expect to pay about another £100 for a Q60R. But it's in many ways a better TV with better screen tech such as wide viewing angle without the picture issues of an IPS panel, darker blacks and better anti-reflective coating.


Samsung Q60R has very limited viewing angles. Wide viewing angle 'tech' as you put only comes on the Q80r upwards. Then your in a while different ball park price wise.
Edited by: "RedAndre" 7th Jun
RedAndre07/06/2020 13:52

Samsung Q60R has very limited viewing angles. Wide viewing angle 'tech' as …Samsung Q60R has very limited viewing angles. Wide viewing angle 'tech' as you put only comes on the Q80r upwards. Then your in a while different ball park price wise.


My parents have a Q60R and viewing angles are certainly not "very limited". I didn't even notice that it didn't have similar angles to my Q90R but handy to know it doesn't have the same tech.
Tony_DR07/06/2020 14:33

My parents have a Q60R and viewing angles are certainly not "very …My parents have a Q60R and viewing angles are certainly not "very limited". I didn't even notice that it didn't have similar angles to my Q90R but handy to know it doesn't have the same tech.


I guess it is all down to personal opinion, but the q60r, and the q70r for that matter have limited viewing angles. This is not a criticism, more a 'normal' feature of VA panel TV's. They are know to loose colour accuracy and look washed out when viewed from an angle. But then they have deeper blacks and better contrast than the alternative IPS panels. Horses for courses, as they say.
Anyhow, the original post is a good deal for a decent TV. Certainly not as good a TV as the 'higher' end QLEDs from Samsung, but they are in completely different price brackets.
RedAndre07/06/2020 15:35

I guess it is all down to personal opinion, but the q60r, and the q70r for …I guess it is all down to personal opinion, but the q60r, and the q70r for that matter have limited viewing angles. This is not a criticism, more a 'normal' feature of VA panel TV's. They are know to loose colour accuracy and look washed out when viewed from an angle. But then they have deeper blacks and better contrast than the alternative IPS panels. Horses for courses, as they say.Anyhow, the original post is a good deal for a decent TV. Certainly not as good a TV as the 'higher' end QLEDs from Samsung, but they are in completely different price brackets.


Limited is not "very limited". You wouidnt notice until a long way to one side. Not a problem in a normal room.
Tony_DR07/06/2020 18:10

Limited is not "very limited". You wouidnt notice until a long way to one …Limited is not "very limited". You wouidnt notice until a long way to one side. Not a problem in a normal room.


Like I said it's all down to personal opinion. Not going to get into a debate. Let people make their own minds up I guess. Many reviews I have seen describe viewing angles on the Samsung Q60R as 'poor'.
And it's a pointless debate anyway as the OP has nothing to do with Samsung QLEDs - that should be a different debate altogether.
Tony_DR07/06/2020 18:10

Limited is not "very limited". You wouidnt notice until a long way to one …Limited is not "very limited". You wouidnt notice until a long way to one side. Not a problem in a normal room.



Tony_DR07/06/2020 18:10

Limited is not "very limited". You wouidnt notice until a long way to one …Limited is not "very limited". You wouidnt notice until a long way to one side. Not a problem in a normal room.

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