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LG 55UH605V 55 inch Ultra HD 4K Smart TV WebOS (HDR, 8-bit, Local Dimming, ColorPrime Pro, Ultra Surround) £599 Amazon Black Friday
LG 55UH605V 55 inch Ultra HD 4K Smart TV WebOS (HDR, 8-bit, Local Dimming, ColorPrime Pro, Ultra Surround) £599 Amazon Black Friday

LG 55UH605V 55 inch Ultra HD 4K Smart TV WebOS (HDR, 8-bit, Local Dimming, ColorPrime Pro, Ultra Surround) £599 Amazon Black Friday

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So much TV for the money!

Most importantly - has the top of the line HDR

An Ultra HD 4K resolution delivers four times the detail of Full HD. The depth of the display is complimented by the intuitive True Black Panel, which reduces reflection rates by scattering harsh lights across the screen
When something is shown in HDR 4K there is a dynamic range on display that is closer to the huge range of colours and shades that your eye can process; content producers are already producing HDR 4K entertainment and LG UHD TV is ready for this content
Stream 4K UHD programmes from your favourite providers thanks to HEVC decoding technology and lift your standard definition content to near 4K quality via LG's 6 step 4K upscaler
Stand the television on the two pole swallow stand which with its sturdy construction lifts the design of the TV and provides secure placement looking ideal in any room with a metallic finish around the bezel of the product
The award winning LG Smart TV with freeview play, subject to coverage, puts you in control of the entertainment on offer

8 Comments

There's no way the "HDR" on this tele is "the top of the line"! It's too cheap to be a 10-bit tv isn't it? Correct me if I'm wrong but, aren't the cheapest "10-bit HDR" TV's going for around £1000?

This 4K HDR confusion is getting ridiculous. How difficult is it for manufacturers to clearly state the specs of their TVs?

prynolfc

There's no way the "HDR" on this tele is "the top of the line"! It's too … There's no way the "HDR" on this tele is "the top of the line"! It's too cheap to be a 10-bit tv isn't it? Correct me if I'm wrong but, aren't the cheapest "10-bit HDR" TV's going for around £1000?



​not trying to taint your deal, but people deserve to know that HDR hasn't even been fully standardised yet, so it's only worth investing so much money in a TV once it has all been sorted out, hopefully by this time next year it will be sorted

MarVell

This 4K HDR confusion is getting ridiculous. How difficult is it for … This 4K HDR confusion is getting ridiculous. How difficult is it for manufacturers to clearly state the specs of their TVs?



​If they did that mate, then people wouldn't buy them haha, these snide tactics are always being used to get people buying, buying and buying again!

HDR has toppled 'HD Ready' for the lets confuse the average consumer crown.

I'm holding out until convex-curve tellies becomes a thing.

I got one of these the other week from Argos and negatively surprise with picture quality and motion handing. hisense m5500 much better in my opinion.

£664 at Tesco at the moment, so much for the £1000 rrp.
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