LG 55UJ635V LED HDR 4K Ultra HD Smart TV, 55" with Freeview Play 5 year warranty. £539 @ John Lewis
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LG 55UJ635V LED HDR 4K Ultra HD Smart TV, 55" with Freeview Play 5 year warranty. £539 @ John Lewis

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Found 29th Nov
Just testing waters before i pull trigger need a new TV and this fits bill really want an LG but a lot have the 2 feet at either end this one has stand in middle so would hopefully fit on my cabinet.

Beware, the viewing angles on this (I had the 630 V, same tv, different stand) are rubbish. If you ain't sat right in front, it ain't bright enough.
43 Comments

Is this a misprice? Crazy.

Refresh rate 50hz. Surley that's a typo.

joeybutterface6 m ago

Is this a misprice? Crazy.


Great deal, my brother has an LG TV, looks fantastic.

£539 at most places. Decent set and size for the price. John Lewis’ 5 year warranty sweetens the price.
Edited by: "rich_1986" 29th Nov

This is probably the best TV in its range along with the Samsung 55MU6400 which is £600+.

The difference between the 2 other than price is the LG has an IPS panel and the Samsung has a VA.

The VA has slightly better images and colour but only if you sit directly in front of the TV. The IPS has a wider field of view so wont lose its colour if you move off centre.

There isnt a right choice only personal preference. Both TV's punch above their weight for their price.

Game had the same TV for £490 a few days back not sure if it's still available

Brought this set on Monday for my mum. No problems so far and looks great.

I bought this model a week or so ago from Argos for just under £500 but without the 5 year guarantee - so far it has been fine straight out of the box - family have had LG tvs for a few years and had no complaints

elrasho34 m ago

Refresh rate 50hz. Surley that's a typo.


No, every TV at this price is 50hz (and will do 60hz as well for stuff like game consoles).

EndlessWaves1 m ago

No, every TV at this price is 50hz (and will do 60hz as well for stuff …No, every TV at this price is 50hz (and will do 60hz as well for stuff like game consoles).


So I won't see screen tearing on my ps4?

Good tv. Only 3 HDMI ports though so out of the question for me. How are they still making TV's with only 3 HDMI ports smh

Struggling to find reviews for this.

I'm guessing it's only 8bit HDR and a 3k panel (ie RGBW) at this price?

My mums LG failed after 23 months, before I threw it, I opened it up, touched each connector and it fired up again.

3 years later, it failed again (picture went stripey) but was fixed at some cost.

It still works today but so does my Bravia and Phillips which needed nothing doing in the same time frame.

MrCynical2 m ago

Struggling to find reviews for this.I'm guessing it's only 8bit HDR


All HDR is 10-bit, but this doesn't even have a wide gamut so it's won't display HDR much different to SDR.

ok, for the pedantics out there, I mean 8 bit FRC.....

Game have one at £489.99. I phoned AO and told them Richer Sounds would price beat it by £10 and they did it for £470 delivered.No 5 year warranty though....

Advice please this tv or a 58" Panasonic I paid £599 on black Friday from john Lewis now £799

stuh0136 m ago

Game have one at £489.99. I phoned AO and told them Richer Sounds would …Game have one at £489.99. I phoned AO and told them Richer Sounds would price beat it by £10 and they did it for £470 delivered.No 5 year warranty though....


Doesn't show up on Game website as in stock.

Which is better the LG 55UJ635V or the Samsung 55MU6400?

Joel_19934 m ago

Which is better the LG 55UJ635V or the Samsung 55MU6400?


Samsung for sure. I have it on price match at JBL for £569. When it's back on stock I'll get it.

How about the Samsung 55MU6220? I got it from AO for £494 (hasn't arrived yet but am really happy with the deal). How does it compare with this?

Some Samsungs have 2 other slots for feet so they can be moved nearer the centre of the tv

the.badger1 h, 47 m ago

Advice please this tv or a 58" Panasonic I paid £599 on black Friday from …Advice please this tv or a 58" Panasonic I paid £599 on black Friday from john Lewis now £799


Panasonic

It's the right spec and price but the stand looks ugly.

I'm going to hold out for a Sony I think

Heat added

TMelt57 m ago

How about the Samsung 55MU6220? I got it from AO for £494 (hasn't arrived …How about the Samsung 55MU6220? I got it from AO for £494 (hasn't arrived yet but am really happy with the deal). How does it compare with this?


That Samsung appears to be 8-bit with no FRC. This LG uses RGBW.

Excellent picture via the HD channels on this TV. Worth buying via John Lewis for the 5YR warranty and customer service.

Joel_19931 h, 32 m ago

Which is better the LG 55UJ635V or the Samsung 55MU6400?


Samsung.

rgbws49 m ago

Samsung.


The Samsung is £629 at Argos cheapest I can find it.

Sorry to go off topic from the post seems all the tvs posted on HotUKDeals are 50-55inches I need 43inches. Waited 2 months till black Friday but didn't find any deals. Anyway here we go


What do you guys think of this tv for the price? Is there much better? I want to use it with my PS4 pro. Thank you

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Samsung are doing a cashback promotion so if you can afford to initially spend an extra £100-£500 I'd think you're better off going for the Samsung

Samsung UE55MU6400 £629 at Richer Sounds with 6 year guarantee

Plus buy any of Samsung: all in one soundbar £200 , wireless subwoofer £200 or UHD Blu Ray player £100 and you claim it all back from Samsung = £500 worth of stuff for free (maybe not worth £500 but still a soundbar, wireless subwoofer and blu ray player) and you only pay £629 total. Seems like a better deal than just the LG tv, even if you sold the extras the tv would cost you way less than the LG.
Edited by: "stevenmcdowall39" 30th Nov

stevenmcdowall391 h, 24 m ago

Samsung are doing a cashback promotion so if you can afford to initially …Samsung are doing a cashback promotion so if you can afford to initially spend an extra £100-£500 I'd think you're better off going for the SamsungSamsung UE55MU6400 £629 at Richer Sounds with 6 year guaranteePlus buy any of Samsung: all in one soundbar £200 , wireless subwoofer £200 or UHD Blu Ray player £100 and you claim it all back from Samsung = £500 worth of stuff for free (maybe not worth £500 but still a soundbar, wireless subwoofer and blu ray player) and you only pay £629 total. Seems like a better deal than just the LG tv, even if you sold the extras the tv would cost you way less than the LG.



This isn’t correct. The cash back doesn’t cover the cost of any of those three items individually, let alone all three.

I paid £497 a couple of weeks ago from Argos for the 635V.
Really impressed with the TV, I don't have any games consoles or 4K players (or much 4K content) so not overly fussed about going OLED or the excitement of 10bit...
For me its a great TV, loads of features and the 4K videos I've tried look almost 3D they are that clear.

Its a great TV, plus theres a couple of IPTV apps in the LG store too

I have NOWTV passes, and this has the app built in also.
Plus FreeviewPlay, FreeSat and a host of other great apps.

FoulPlay13 h, 39 m ago

It's the right spec and price but the stand looks ugly.I'm going to hold …It's the right spec and price but the stand looks ugly.I'm going to hold out for a Sony I thinkHeat added

I have a 4k hdr sony and i hate the laggy android operating system on it. I want to get either an LG or samsung to replace it.

Joel_199312 h, 38 m ago

The Samsung is £629 at Argos cheapest I can find it.

Well, if you want the cheapest option, the LG should be good enough, the Samsung just has better picture quality.

elrasho16 h, 29 m ago

Samsung for sure. I have it on price match at JBL for £569. When it's back …Samsung for sure. I have it on price match at JBL for £569. When it's back on stock I'll get it.



Who are you price matching

smokenlazer1 h, 51 m ago

I have a 4k hdr sony and i hate the laggy android operating system on it. …I have a 4k hdr sony and i hate the laggy android operating system on it. I want to get either an LG or samsung to replace it.


I have an LG currently- great tv. Stand looks naff and the tv wobbles loads.

Android would suit my needs too. Horses for courses I suppose

stevenmcdowall3912 h, 56 m ago

Samsung are doing a cashback promotion so if you can afford to initially …Samsung are doing a cashback promotion so if you can afford to initially spend an extra £100-£500 I'd think you're better off going for the SamsungSamsung UE55MU6400 £629 at Richer Sounds with 6 year guaranteePlus buy any of Samsung: all in one soundbar £200 , wireless subwoofer £200 or UHD Blu Ray player £100 and you claim it all back from Samsung = £500 worth of stuff for free (maybe not worth £500 but still a soundbar, wireless subwoofer and blu ray player) and you only pay £629 total. Seems like a better deal than just the LG tv, even if you sold the extras the tv would cost you way less than the LG.


Think you’ll find you’ll still have to pay £100+ after cashback on them items lol

rgbws21 h, 35 m ago

That Samsung appears to be 8-bit with no FRC. This LG uses RGBW.


I'm not hugely clued up with TVs, what's FRC? Will 10bit make a huge difference when watching things in HD? I don't have any 4k equipment currently and probably won't for a while

TTSS23 h, 7 m ago

Doesn't show up on Game website as in stock.


Must be sold out....

TMelt1 h, 13 m ago

I'm not hugely clued up with TVs, what's FRC? Will 10bit make a huge …I'm not hugely clued up with TVs, what's FRC? Will 10bit make a huge difference when watching things in HD? I don't have any 4k equipment currently and probably won't for a while


Here, FRC is a type of dithering to approximate the extra colours that can be found with 10-bit colour (it pretty much tricks your brain). If you're not watching 4K HDR content, there won't be any difference as it won't support 10-bit colour.
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