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LG 55UH625V Smart 4k Ultra HD HDR 55" LED TV £699.00 Save £330.00 Was £1,029.00 @ Currys
LG 55UH625V Smart 4k Ultra HD HDR 55" LED TV   £699.00 Save £330.00 Was £1,029.00 @ Currys

LG 55UH625V Smart 4k Ultra HD HDR 55" LED TV £699.00 Save £330.00 Was £1,029.00 @ Currys

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Enjoy stunning 4k visuals with the LG 55UH625V Smart 4k Ultra HD HDR 55" LED TV.

4k Ultra HD

Capable of producing up to four times the detail of Full HD, the 55UH625V creates images with amazing clarity, even when viewed up close.

An innovative anti-glare film helps to reduce reflection rate and allows you to see the details in the darkness, enhancing your visual experience.

It is also possible to upscale standard definition content to near 4k quality thanks to the six-step 4k upscaling technology, offering you a range of entertainment in incredible detail no matter what you're watching.

High Dynamic Range

With HDR quality, the UH625V displays true-to-life colours and shades, bringing your entertainment to life with colours and shades that are closer to real life. Whatever you are watching, you can enjoy incredible image quality with glistening light adding to the texture.

Smart TV

The 625V boasts the webOS Smart TV platform, offering a range of smart entertainment options, including catch-up TV services such as BBC iPlayer and My5 as well as a huge range of apps. The webOS platform puts movies, sports, shows and more right at your fingertips. Watch live programmes, get up to speed using catch up TV services or browse through a range of handy and fun apps.

38 Comments

Wow this is a steal, if only I had the dosh. Do Richer Sounds sell this TV?

Not 8K. Cold

Anyone know the native refresh rate on this?

Are these the models with the dodgy pixels?

Shakeyyy

Wow this is a steal, if only I had the dosh. Do Richer Sounds sell this … Wow this is a steal, if only I had the dosh. Do Richer Sounds sell this TV?


What i was thinking too. With all the hi tech features its good to have the 6yrs guarantee with them if things go wrong

i would pick OLED rather then just 4k or even better 4k oled

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djlondon22

i would pick OLED rather then just 4k or even better 4k oled



Yeah, just a pity price tags are a part of the equation.

djlondon22

i would pick OLED rather then just 4k or even better 4k oled



I'd pick a ferrari over a fiesta too.

maciejkopec08

Not 8K. Cold


Clown of the week.

mcormack

Clown of the week.


Free fish fingers with this TV and I'd give heat

maciejkopec08

Free fish fingers with this TV and I'd give heat



Cashback available to use against the price of the fish fingers?

alltaken123

Cashback available to use against the price of the fish fingers?


SOLD! you should be a businessman

Horrorwood

I'd pick a ferrari over a fiesta too.



but would you pick a car with go faster stripes and spoliers over the car same without all the 'styling extras' but with modifications that make it handle better?

Previous contributor mentioned Richer Sounds and I appreciate this set has HDR but genuinely need to know about this deal versus this set on Richer Sounds (non-HDR but with the 6 years warranty and same screen size):

m.richersounds.com/!/product/HISE-55M3300

iwspoon

Previous contributor mentioned Richer Sounds and I appreciate this set … Previous contributor mentioned Richer Sounds and I appreciate this set has HDR but genuinely need to know about this deal versus this set on Richer Sounds (non-HDR but with the 6 years warranty and same screen size):http://m.richersounds.com/#!/product/HISE-55M3300



Without researching these 2 models, i would assume the LG was a better TV than the Hisense at this price point? unless i've slipped into an alternate reality?
Edited by: "jayjayuk1234" 4th Sep 2016

OK, fair comment (although there is £150 difference and 6 year warranty to consider, versus HDR and a brand name that maybe seems a little more mainstream) so I'll throw one more into the mix then (just to show I'm not as thick as you may point out):
currys.co.uk/gbu…tml

mamboboy

Would rather pay the £40 extra, lose the 6 inches and go for the … Would rather pay the £40 extra, lose the 6 inches and go for the 49uh770vhttp://www.applianceelectronics.co.uk/viewproduct.asp?pid=11798


ive paid 50 quid more for the 65" john lewis with 5 year garentet hisense number, deliuvery tuesday (bigger is better with tvs )

kevinc6784

Are these the models with the dodgy pixels?


+1????

djlondon22

i would pick OLED rather then just 4k or even better 4k oled


For £200 more a LG refurb could be yours...
ebay.co.uk/itm…9df

fit finlay

ive paid 50 quid more for the 65" john lewis with 5 year garentet hisense … ive paid 50 quid more for the 65" john lewis with 5 year garentet hisense number, deliuvery tuesday (bigger is better with tvs )


IMO if you are buying a TV right now it needs to have all three of the following features; HDR, local dimming and good motion processing. If it doesn't have those you'll probably be looking for another new TV a year down the line.

mamboboy

IMO if you are buying a TV right now it needs to have all three of the … IMO if you are buying a TV right now it needs to have all three of the following features; HDR, local dimming and good motion processing. If it doesn't have those you'll probably be looking for another new TV a year down the line.



If you're going 4K, it's got to be OLED. Go to your nearest Currys & check them out side by side, I'd even go with an OLED 1080p set over a non-OLED 4K TV at the same price point.

True, but its the input lag thats the killer downside for me with the 'budget' OLED TV's at the moment. Fine for TV use but it'll be a big problem when you hook them up to PC's or consoles...

Edited by: "mamboboy" 5th Sep 2016

mamboboy

True, but its the input lag thats the killer downside for me with the … True, but its the input lag thats the killer downside for me with the 'budget' OLED TV's at the moment. Fine for TV use but it'll be a big problem when you hook them up to PC's or consoles...


OLED's have the least input lag of any screen out there. It is all the image processing behind it. As long as you put your tv in game / pc mode or turn off the fancy named stuff in your tv settings you should have a blast.

mamboboy

IMO if you are buying a TV right now it needs to have all three of the … IMO if you are buying a TV right now it needs to have all three of the following features; HDR, local dimming and good motion processing. If it doesn't have those you'll probably be looking for another new TV a year down the line.


Mate, your everyday buyer isn't interested in these features - unless they contain big numbers etc.Bigger is better for the uninformed really.

Out of interest, what is it about the 49" panel that's superior?

ChrisUK

If you're going 4K, it's got to be OLED. Go to your nearest Currys & … If you're going 4K, it's got to be OLED. Go to your nearest Currys & check them out side by side, I'd even go with an OLED 1080p set over a non-OLED 4K TV at the same price point.


Agree 100%

OLED is miles ahead of LCD tech for general picture quality - I've had an LG 930V and a Pana 802b - LG destroyed it for image quality - shame it met with the remote control and broke.

iwspoon

OK, fair comment (although there is £150 difference and 6 year warranty … OK, fair comment (although there is £150 difference and 6 year warranty to consider, versus HDR and a brand name that maybe seems a little more mainstream) so I'll throw one more into the mix then (just to show I'm not as thick as you may point out):http://www.currys.co.uk/gbuk/tv-and-home-entertainment/televisions/televisions/lg-49uh620v-smart-4k-ultra-hd-hdr-49-led-tv-10144772-pdt.html



That one is 49" though, and this one is 55" - Why are we comparing different size TV's?

By the way, i haven't suggested you are thick?

not HDR 2 compatible

Banned

Shelve this for now unless you're desperate. At Xmas OLED 4K tv's will be a dime a dozen and available for £700

Banned

mamboboy

Would rather pay the £40 extra, lose the 6 inches and go for the … Would rather pay the £40 extra, lose the 6 inches and go for the 49uh770vhttp://www.applianceelectronics.co.uk/viewproduct.asp?pid=11798



I could do a lot with those extra 6 inches

smiler594

Shelve this for now unless you're desperate. At Xmas OLED 4K tv's will be … Shelve this for now unless you're desperate. At Xmas OLED 4K tv's will be a dime a dozen and available for £700


Stop making stuff up

3d?

HDR?

Original Poster

Checked with a guy at Currys seems , this is a 10 bit pannel ...

RajUK

Checked with a guy at Currys seems , this is a 10 bit pannel ...



http://www.displayspecifications.com/en/model/226650b

You sure about that..

mcormack

Clown of the week.


don't get the sarcasm?

For someone looking for an all around low-mid range TV with features such as 4k and HDR this is a decent deal.
However this tv is on the lower end of 4k and HDR configurations, so don't expect so see what you do in your local electronics store that retails for £2000 + .
Imo for this price range you will struggle to find a high end HDR and 4K TV let alone trying to add OLED into the mix, just won't happen.
Stick with a same size and get a high spec 4k TV at this price and drop the HDR. Or pay more/wait longer to get the better 4K and HDR setup.
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