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LG 55SM9800 55" NanoCell Cinema HDR 4K Ultra HD LED TV 5 Years Guarantee £1,149 Delivered / 65" Model for £1599 Using Codes @ Hughes
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LG 55SM9800 55" NanoCell Cinema HDR 4K Ultra HD LED TV 5 Years Guarantee £1,149 Delivered / 65" Model for £1599 Using Codes @ Hughes

£1,149£1,29912%Hughes Deals
EDITOR 19
Posted 26th Nov 2019

This deal is expired. Here are some options that might interest you:

Use code BF19SM98001

Excellent price on this 2019 model. It's much cheaper than elsewhere and comes with 5 years guarantee as well (States in the specs) don't forget to register that ASAP after you get it though!

The 65" LG 65SM9800PLA model is £1599using code BF19SM98002

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55" Specs
  • TV Energy Efficiency Class: A
  • Also Known As: 55SM9800
  • Weight with Stand (kg): 19.6
  • Weight without Stand (kg): 17.8
  • With Stand HxWxD (mm): H:779mm x W:1229mm x D:315mm
  • Without Stand HxWxD (mm): H:708mm x W:1229mm x D:62.5mm
  • Additional Features: Apple AirPlay 2
  • Model: 55SM9800PLA
  • 1080p 4K Ultra HD 8K: 4K Ultra HD
  • Screen Type: LED
  • USB Ports: 3
  • Smart TV: Yes
  • Wi-fi: Built-In
  • HDMI Connection: 4
  • TV Colour: Black
  • Voice Search: Yes
  • HDR: Yes
  • Sound Systems: Dolby Digital
  • Digital Tuner: Freeview HD
  • Remote Control: MR19 Remote
  • Refresh Rate: 60Hz
  • Screen Size in " : 55
  • Available Languages: 26 Languages
  • Guarantee: 5 Years
  • OS: webOS
  • Brand: LG
  • Wall Mountable: VESA: 300x300mm



65" Specs
  • TV Energy Efficiency Class: A
  • Available Languages: 26 Languages
  • Weight with Stand (kg : 28.8kg
  • Also Known A: 65SM9800
  • Model: 65SM9800PLA
  • Additional Features: Apple AirPlay 2
  • Remote Control: MR19 Remote
  • Wall Mountable: VESA: 300x300mm
  • Brand: LG
  • OS: webOS
  • Guarantee: 5 Years
  • Screen Size in ": 65
  • Screen Type: LED
  • Refresh Rate: 60Hz
  • USB Ports: 3
  • Sound Systems: Dolby Digital
  • HDR: Yes
  • Voice Search: Yes
  • TV Colour: Black
  • HDMI Connection: 4
  • 1080p 4K Ultra HD 8K: 4K ULTRA
  • Wi-fi: Built-In
  • Smart TV: Yes
  • Weight without Stand (kg): 27.0kg
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Can't think why you'd pay more for LCD over OLED. For me, this is a £800 TV max.
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I have the 75” version of this, picture is fantastic. Not oled quality but as near as you’ll get for this price.
Can't think why you'd pay more for LCD over OLED. For me, this is a £800 TV max.
Masteryates26/11/2019 15:57

Can't think why you'd pay more for LCD over OLED. For me, this is a £800 …Can't think why you'd pay more for LCD over OLED. For me, this is a £800 TV max.


Same with the QLED's imo, but I know they have their advantages (less glare etc)
reckoning26/11/2019 16:20

Same with the QLED's imo, but I know they have their advantages (less …Same with the QLED's imo, but I know they have their advantages (less glare etc)


There’s your answer - OLEDs are great if you only watch TV and HDR content in a dark room.
SeanUSX26/11/2019 16:27

There’s your answer - OLEDs are great if you only watch TV and HDR content …There’s your answer - OLEDs are great if you only watch TV and HDR content in a dark room.


Hardly a dark room my living room, and its been fantastic, it's literally night and day to LCDs,
SeanUSX26/11/2019 16:27

There’s your answer - OLEDs are great if you only watch TV and HDR content …There’s your answer - OLEDs are great if you only watch TV and HDR content in a dark room.


ROTFL!
Amazing price for 65 inch model
QLED, OLED or this. Which is best for gaming?

Or is than a can of worms. Lol
RAD_ABZ26/11/2019 17:10

QLED, OLED or this. Which is best for gaming?Or is than a can of worms. Lol


i would of thought a tv with a higher then 60hz refresh rate with freesync support
LG Nano Cell IMO. Oled can possibly burn. Nano cell is same good as qled but cheaper.
Masteryates26/11/2019 15:57

Can't think why you'd pay more for LCD over OLED. For me, this is a £800 …Can't think why you'd pay more for LCD over OLED. For me, this is a £800 TV max.


If you use your tv for over 6 hours a day then you have to buy a lcd. My oled is ruined after 2 years of use
Masteryates26/11/2019 15:57

Can't think why you'd pay more for LCD over OLED. For me, this is a £800 …Can't think why you'd pay more for LCD over OLED. For me, this is a £800 TV max.


But i agree it should be £800
Nanocell lol love the gimmickspeak its still and LG and £1000+ - No just no!
monkeyfunk26/11/2019 18:25

If you use your tv for over 6 hours a day then you have to buy a lcd. My …If you use your tv for over 6 hours a day then you have to buy a lcd. My oled is ruined after 2 years of use


Did you get screen burn then?
RAD_ABZ26/11/2019 18:34

Did you get screen burn then?


Yeah really bad at the bottom left of my screen it’s like a tigers scratch 3 curved lines
monkeyfunk26/11/2019 18:25

If you use your tv for over 6 hours a day then you have to buy a lcd. My …If you use your tv for over 6 hours a day then you have to buy a lcd. My oled is ruined after 2 years of use


I think it's a bit of a panel lottery monkey. I'm 3 years down the line and about 5 hours per day with no problems whatsoever. Content will also not help if you have BBC news on all the time with that continuous red bar at the bottom.
Masteryates27/11/2019 09:57

I think it's a bit of a panel lottery monkey. I'm 3 years down the line …I think it's a bit of a panel lottery monkey. I'm 3 years down the line and about 5 hours per day with no problems whatsoever. Content will also not help if you have BBC news on all the time with that continuous red bar at the bottom.


My friend at work has the exact same tv as me and he’s had it 6 months longer. His is absolutely fine but he only uses it for max 3hrs per day, mine has kids tv on most of the day then Netflix amazon prime on at night. I don’t regret my purchase as it’s the best picture I’ve ever seen but can’t also fork out £1500 every 3 years. The problem I’ve got now is downgrading to lcd is going to kill me
SeanUSX26/11/2019 16:27

There’s your answer - OLEDs are great if you only watch TV and HDR content …There’s your answer - OLEDs are great if you only watch TV and HDR content in a dark room.

QLEDS are brighter, but you hardly have to watch OLEDs in a dark room. My front room is pretty bright during the day and I can see the TV just fine thank you!
Graham_Morrison27/11/2019 15:40

QLEDS are brighter, but you hardly have to watch OLEDs in a dark room. My …QLEDS are brighter, but you hardly have to watch OLEDs in a dark room. My front room is pretty bright during the day and I can see the TV just fine thank you!


I think the HDR statement is about right, but not general TV viewing. I have a 2017 Panasonic oled which I thought was going to be our living room TV, however the max brightness is something like 600 nits and if I've understood it correctly tvs play most things at 1/4 nits and reserve the peak brightness for bright things, so most things play at 150-200 nits, which is pretty poor. I now have a Samsung Q9 which has a max nits of about 2000 and looks great throughout the day, whereas the oled looks good during daylight hours but you miss out on hdr during that time.
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