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LG 55SM9010PLA 55" Smart 4K Ultra HD HDR LED TV with Google Assistant Free 5 Year Guarantee £799 Currys
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LG 55SM9010PLA 55" Smart 4K Ultra HD HDR LED TV with Google Assistant Free 5 Year Guarantee £799 Currys

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Posted 9th Dec 2019Edited by:"Hotnotspicy"

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LG 55SM9010PLA 55" Smart 4K Ultra HD HDR LED TV with Google Assistant. Feel like you're part of the action with stunning visuals on the Nano Cell Display, and brilliant sound from Dolby Vision & Atmos.

Unbelievable detail

See your favourite dramas and movies in jaw-dropping detail, with the LG 55SM9010PLA 55" Smart 4K Ultra HD HDR LED TV. With its IPS 4K NanoCell display, you'll see the deepest blacks and richest colours for images that leap off the screen.

Even on movie marathon nights, you won't need to bunch up on the sofa. You'll get the same incredible picture wherever you sit, so grab the popcorn, dim the lights and relax.

Gorgeous clarity

The LG 55SM9010 is powered by the 2nd generation Alpha 7 processor. It cleverly analyses every image on screen, adjusting the contrast and reducing graininess for a stunning picture.

And for the ultimate blockbuster experience, the LG SM9010 supports several HDR formats including Dolby Vision and HLG. That means you'll get a huge spectrum of colour, making dimly lit dialogue scenes just as clear as explosive battle sequences.

Talk to your TV

No more endless navigation. With LG's Magic Remote and ThinQ AI, you can access the channel or show you want with your voice.

And it's not just your entertainment hub. With Google Assistant, it's a hub for your smart home too. Control your lights, heating and other devices just as easily as changing the channel. You can even get a breakdown of the day's news and weather info, or link it to your Google Calendar and find out about your scheduled meetings.

Soaring sound

A great picture deserves great sound, and with Dolby Atmos you'll feel even closer to the action. Reimagining your movie audio as a 3D experience, you'll hear aeroplanes as if they're overhead, and dialogue as if you're in on the conversation.

Bundles of content

There's always something to watch on the LG SM9010. From the box sets everyone's watching on Netflix, to the latest viral videos on YouTube, you'll never run out of content.

You can even access shows straight from the TV guide with Freeview Play. Simply scroll back up to seven days and catch that soap you missed.
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Does anyone know the actual number of dimming zones on this?
hotmama2609/12/2019 07:55

Does anyone know the actual number of dimming zones on this?


Why ? You won't see them
Really good price for a FALD TV. Was leaning towards the Sony 65Xf9005 but it doesn't seem to be going down in price, despite it being a 2018 TV so may just go for this. FALD is a must, imo.
mreriksen09/12/2019 09:03

48Reading this review, not a bad tv this …48Reading this review, not a bad tv this is:https://www.flatpanelshd.com/review.php?subaction=showfull&id=1562915899


I took the opposite from that review you posted, here is just one quote:
"In terms of picture quality, SM90 disappoints. The way it processes video in 8-bit SDR - all non-HDR video - is subpar and especially low-bitrate content from streaming services or channels suffer as a result, with green tint and heavy posterization in shadow details. These issues are not present with HDR content but the TV's limitations in zone dimming (48 zones only), contrast, and black levels, affect HDR picture quality, leading to visible halos (blooming) and limited dynamic range. These limitations also affect SDR picture quality but are more prominent in HDR."
Is this one any different from the 55SM8600 model?
I was waiting for the 8600 to come down in price...
raymcm09/12/2019 08:23

Why ? You won't see them


You will see their effect on the screen, especially in darker scenes.
rev609/12/2019 17:11

You will see their effect on the screen, especially in darker scenes.


Unlikely you'll be able to count them but whatever floats your boat ...
Scr00ge09/12/2019 17:07

Is this one any different from the 55SM8600 model?I was waiting for the …Is this one any different from the 55SM8600 model?I was waiting for the 8600 to come down in price...


Yes, check the lg website
raymcm09/12/2019 17:43

Unlikely you'll be able to count them but whatever floats your boat ...


The higher the better. Some manufacturers disclose it, some don't.
Edited by: "rev6" 9th Dec 2019
rev609/12/2019 17:46

The higher the better. Some manufacturers disclose it, some don't.


You should really look at picture quality rather than specs. There's a lot more to picture quality than the number of LEDs
raymcm09/12/2019 18:13

You should really look at picture quality rather than specs. There's a lot …You should really look at picture quality rather than specs. There's a lot more to picture quality than the number of LEDs


It's not about how many LED's it's about zones. There's absolutely nothing wrong with wanting to know how many.
I was very interested in this TV but this Review has kind of put me off.
Ewell09/12/2019 21:15

I was very interested in this TV but this Review has kind of put me off.


I don't think I would pay too much attention to this review, it looks like it was written by a Samsung employee

I saw this beside a Samsung in Currys last week and a Sony XG8 on the other side and this blew them both away in my opinion.

The Currys guy wanted to sell the Sony and showed me a 4k motion demo on it but refused to put it on the LG. I downloaded it and played it on my 5 year old 47" LG and it was miles better than the new Sony

Which rate this TV highly and so do I bit use YOUR eyes and not some anonymous reviewer who may or may not be biased.

I'm going to buy the 65" after Christmas unless I see something better before that
Scr00ge09/12/2019 17:07

Is this one any different from the 55SM8600 model?I was waiting for the …Is this one any different from the 55SM8600 model?I was waiting for the 8600 to come down in price...


I looked at the 8600 but it's not as good as the 8500 which is going out of circulation
wanderer10/12/2019 17:10

I looked at the 8600 but it's not as good as the 8500 which is going out …I looked at the 8600 but it's not as good as the 8500 which is going out of circulation


Why )
I called by Currys on my way home tonight to decide on whether to go for this 9010 TV but I thought the picture was worse than the Samsung equivalent that they put it next to. I also think the 8200 one they had in the store looked better for non 4k, and if you could live with the thicker bezel around the outside, I think that the regular LG LCD panels at about £400 had a better picture for non-4k.

Overall I was quite unimpressed by the picture quality for the price difference!
raymcm10/12/2019 17:01

I don't think I would pay too much attention to this review, it looks like …I don't think I would pay too much attention to this review, it looks like it was written by a Samsung employeeI saw this beside a Samsung in Currys last week and a Sony XG8 on the other side and this blew them both away in my opinion.The Currys guy wanted to sell the Sony and showed me a 4k motion demo on it but refused to put it on the LG. I downloaded it and played it on my 5 year old 47" LG and it was miles better than the new Sony Which rate this TV highly and so do I bit use YOUR eyes and not some anonymous reviewer who may or may not be biased.I'm going to buy the 65" after Christmas unless I see something better before that


I have no doubts this TV looks great watching 4k content but I think the issue seems to be with the standard or lower definition content. There is more than 1 source\review that pulls this TV up on its upscaling capabilities.
Ewell12/12/2019 00:15

I have no doubts this TV looks great watching 4k content but I think the …I have no doubts this TV looks great watching 4k content but I think the issue seems to be with the standard or lower definition content. There is more than 1 source\review that pulls this TV up on its upscaling capabilities.


It's better than most, some are like an 80s Atari console
bawbagus09/12/2019 12:59

I took the opposite from that review you posted, here is just one …I took the opposite from that review you posted, here is just one quote:"In terms of picture quality, SM90 disappoints. The way it processes video in 8-bit SDR - all non-HDR video - is subpar and especially low-bitrate content from streaming services or channels suffer as a result, with green tint and heavy posterization in shadow details. These issues are not present with HDR content but the TV's limitations in zone dimming (48 zones only), contrast, and black levels, affect HDR picture quality, leading to visible halos (blooming) and limited dynamic range. These limitations also affect SDR picture quality but are more prominent in HDR."


Cheers, I've moaned for months about my LG having this green tint in dark scenes ie someone wearing a dark suit in a dark corridor, but thought I was just seeing it in my head... Think it's time I switch brand maybe the q70 sammy
wanderer16/12/2019 16:34

Cheers, I've moaned for months about my LG having this green tint in dark …Cheers, I've moaned for months about my LG having this green tint in dark scenes ie someone wearing a dark suit in a dark corridor, but thought I was just seeing it in my head... Think it's time I switch brand maybe the q70 sammy


TBH I gave up on LCD Tech and bought an OLED, my sister has a Q80 Sammy and I don't like it.....I was settling on a Sony XF9005 but the viewing angles where too tight for me....my preferred brand for natural colours is Panasonic as I still use a GT30B Plasma in the bedroom,but wanted HDMI 2.1 so went for the LG C9, which so far I'm happy with. Good Luck on the hunt, for me its was what compromise I was willing too make or I would never have bought lol
bawbagus16/12/2019 16:52

TBH I gave up on LCD Tech and bought an OLED, my sister has a Q80 Sammy …TBH I gave up on LCD Tech and bought an OLED, my sister has a Q80 Sammy and I don't like it.....I was settling on a Sony XF9005 but the viewing angles where too tight for me....my preferred brand for natural colours is Panasonic as I still use a GT30B Plasma in the bedroom,but wanted HDMI 2.1 so went for the LG C9, which so far I'm happy with. Good Luck on the hunt, for me its was what compromise I was willing too make or I would never have bought lol


Cheers... I've found some film trailers so I'm off tomorrow armed with my USB of films to try a few out
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