LG 49UF640V 49 Inch Smart WiFi Built In Ultra HD 4k LED TV with Freeview HD   £499 @ Tesco
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LG 49UF640V 49 Inch Smart WiFi Built In Ultra HD 4k LED TV with Freeview HD £499 @ Tesco

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Found 23rd Dec 2015
Stunning sharpness with 4K Ultra HD - 3840x2160 pixels
Smart TV with built-in Wi-Fi - includes BBC iPlayer, Netflix and NOW TV
Freeview HD means no subscriptions or set top boxes
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Waiting for 55" 4K for £559
terencetcf

Waiting for 55" 4K for £559



​Agreed. Still hot, though
Ordering new tv now, just before boxing day sales ?... very risky:)
Any reviews on this?
arj154

Any reviews on this?


Ex Amazon...

31 of 32 people found the following review helpful
Very smart TV
By R. W. Mackenzie on 26 Aug. 2015
Size: 43-inch Vine Customer Review of Free Product ( What's this? )
The picture clarity is superb - so much so that you start to critique camera work, it's far more obvious when the focus is slightly out. You can choose between higher or lower quality video for streamed services, which will be very useful to anybody who doesn't have the greatest broadband connection. The picture on the higher quality option is crystal clear on iPlayer and with services like NetFlix and Amazon Prime now offering support for 4K HD you will be able to get the best out of this screen. Sound quality also excellent, I wouldn't say there was any need to buy a separate soundbar for this set.

The various graphical user interfaces are well executed. The fonts, colour, icons and layouts are really slick, intuitive and visually appealing.

It's easy. Easy to build. Two feet, 4 screws, plug it in. Done in minutes. Easy to set up. A simple walk through set up allows you to configure the set for your locality, your WiFi connection and parental control preferences. It all just worked. 30 minutes from opening up the box the kids were watching CBeebies (and that included reading all three manuals to make sure I didn't mess it up). Easy to use. Although it does take a bit of an investment of time to get the hang of all the options on the remote and the screens but that is normal for any complicated gadget in 2015. One tip which might save you some time is that despite it being free BBC iPlayer is in the Premium Apps section.

This TV is top drawer and I highly recommend it, but the review wouldn't be complete without pointing out a couple of minor negatives. The description says the unit comes with the Ribbon stand, but it did not. The Owner's Manual is a bit of a waste of time, it is not for this specific model. It has so many mentions of '(Image shown may differ from your TV)' or '(This feature is not available for all models)' that you don't really have a clue what relates to your TV and what doesn't. After two weeks use I have had to re-enter the wifi password a couple of times. You get cryptic error messages such as 'DNS Problem' however there's a good written guide on the wifi connection and troubleshooting it which comes with the TV, so this is easily addressed.
Go for the 770 model...
Looks like a cracking deal but I would wait for the Christmas sales.
pavel76

Ordering new tv now, just before boxing day sales ?... very risky:)


im wait aswell
Ism10

Looks like a cracking deal but I would wait for the Christmas sales.


This is the Christmas sales innit?
850V model is the only one I'd go for.
:pGot this Tv last week from VERY with a 20% discount for taking out an account, BNPL interest free for 3 months. Cost me a little over 400.

Would agree entirely with above comments. My only disconcerting feel, was that quality of picture was so good it did make camera work look odd....sorted the problem out by disabling truemotion. Very happy at general quality and UI.


Edited by: "simston" 23rd Dec 2015
good find op, heat added
simston

:pGot this Tv last week from VERY with a 20% discount for taking out an … :pGot this Tv last week from VERY with a 20% discount for taking out an account, BNPL interest free for 3 months. Cost me a little over 400. Would agree entirely with above comments. My only disconcerting feel, was that quality of picture was so good it did make camera work look odd....sorted the problem out by disabling truemotion. Very happy at general quality and UI.



can you still get that deal, sounds sooo cheap, well done either way
Freeview HD means no subscriptions or set top boxes
Explain?
hmmm why? You still neeed subscriptions for NowTV or Sky , freesat etc?
GPDawes

Freeview HD means no subscriptions or set top boxes Explain?hmmm why? You … Freeview HD means no subscriptions or set top boxes Explain?hmmm why? You still neeed subscriptions for NowTV or Sky , freesat etc?


I guess as it has NowTV built in, he meant that you don't need 'a set top box' for that, though it still leaves the subscription comment as an oddity.
The last line does read like a separate sentence though.
PS. No subscription is required for FreeSat.

Edited by: "anglo" 24th Dec 2015
Would someone please be able to help me choose a TV that I am buying for someone?

I was considering this one posted (LG640V) from Argos or the Samsung UE50H6200 from Argos? 3D isn't exactly needed - just has to be a smart TV. I'd never really looked into 4K etc before but I thought it would be nicer to have? (Or would it just be wasted as the person I'm buying this for will only really be watching netflix on this/ playing the PS4. They won't be getting a sky box just yet).

Budget was £450-£500 but someone has posted a link to a different LG tv so I'm unsure whether I should pay more for that?

Sorry if I've not made sense - consequences of not being able to sleep.
Thanks in advance for any advice and help.
total USB ports 1
p0j2000

total USB ports 1



Only 2 hdmi on a 49 inch screen is a bigger concern.
Bully

Only 2 hdmi on a 49 inch screen is a bigger concern.


just get a switcher Amazon£7
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