LG 55UF770V 55" Smart 4K Ultra HD TV £679 @ rlrdistribution
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LG 55UF770V 55" Smart 4K Ultra HD TV £679 @ rlrdistribution

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Found 27th Dec 2015
Go bigger. Upgrade to a 55” TV and enjoy a film night like no other. This model is 4K Ultra HD, so you’ll be getting amazing picture quality with stunning clarity and vivid colours. To give you an idea of the level of detail you'll enjoy, 4K is 4 times sharper than Full HD! It’s also a Smart TV which means you’ve got access to tons of clever apps. You can catch up on your favourite TV shows with BBC iPlayer or watch that new series on Netflix that everyone’s raving about. If that’s not enough, you get Freeview HD built-in giving you instant access to up to 60 of the best channels, straight out of the box.
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Perhaps I've read wrong but showing 1080p. Not 4k. Am looking for 48" approx but do far not tempted enough.
Model is 4K, link is wrong, rldistribution don't seem to sell that model that I can see
This is for a 55LF652V not 55UF770V
Without the correct link, it has to be cold, sorry...
Yeah.....not the far superior 770v unfortunately.

Thought it was too good to be true.
Even if this was the 55UF770V the 55UF850V is worth the extra due to the faster processor and better build.
HotBot

Even if this was the 55UF770V the 55UF850V is worth the extra due to the … Even if this was the 55UF770V the 55UF850V is worth the extra due to the faster processor and better build.



And then the 860v is worth the extra £80 for colourprime engine.
Smelly_Pickle

And then the 860v is worth the extra £80 for colour prime engine.


Probably not as those who have compared say there is no perceivable difference.
HotBot

Probably not as those who have compared say there is no perceivable … Probably not as those who have compared say there is no perceivable difference.



There are no professional reviews on the 860v. It is those who justify the purchase of the 850v. Everyone I have seen who looks at both models in store states the 860 has a wow factor in comparison. The 850 is a really nice TV but on the 860 the colours just look more natural. If you can't see the difference that's great on the wallet

Also, although not specified, the 860 is HDR compatible.



Edited by: "Smelly_Pickle" 28th Dec 2015
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