LG 55UK6470PLC 55" Smart 4K Ultra HD HDR LED TV @ Currys for £399
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LG 55UK6470PLC 55" Smart 4K Ultra HD HDR LED TV @ Currys for £399

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Refreshed 15th Apr (Posted 14th Apr)
Product features

4K HDR Ultra HD Certified with HDR10

Picture quality: TruMotion 100

Catch-up TV & 4K Streaming with Google Assistant

Freeview HD with Freeview Play / Freesat HD

HDMI 2.0b x 3
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Top features:

- Cinema-like picture quality in brilliant 4K

- 4K Active HDR remasters your content

- Smart webOS has all your favourite shows and more

- ThinQ AI & Google Assistant brings voice control to your TV

Cinema-like picture

You don't have to go to the cinema to enjoy great picture quality. Stock up on the popcorn and settle in for blockbuster with the LG 55UK6470PLC 55" Smart 4K Ultra HD HDR LED TV.

The unique IPS 4K display delivers vibrant and vivid colours with brilliant detail. Appreciate the beauty of the natural world in a Nat Geo documentary, or put on Spielberg's latest flick and revel in the details. What's more, you get a great view, no matter where you're sitting.

4K Active HDR

HDR delivers improved contrast and colours so all your HDR10 and HLG content looks great. LG have taken it a step further on the UK6470 with adaptable advanced HDR which masters each scene for pinpoint picture reproduction. Even regular content gets upgraded to HDR-like quality – your soaps never looked so good.

Smart webOS

Forget complaining about there being nothing on TV. LG's webOS is packed with apps to keep the whole family happy. Catch that must-see drama series from ITV, settle down for a Netflix marathon in 4K, or rent a movie from the Sky Store.

And with Freeview Play you can access content straight from your TV guide. Simply scroll back up to seven days and see what show's you've missed. No more remembering to record Eastenders before you head out the door.

ThinQ AI & Google Assistant

With a compatible Magic Remote (sold separately) you can make your living room smart. ThinQ AI is LG's voice command platform that works in sync with your other ThinQ smart devices, even those from other manufacturers. Ask your TV to play a film on Netflix, switch on the news, or turn up the volume.

And with Google Assistant built-in you can do even more. Find out what's in your calendar, how long your commute will take, check the weather, control your smart home devices, and much more. All you need to do is ask.

Effortless installation

For setup without the squabbles, our Team Knowhow experts can connect your new TV to your Blu-ray player, sound bar, and other devices. They'll even get you online so you can put your feet up and start watching straight away. Pass the popcorn.

Essential extras

Want your TV wall mounted? No problem. We've got brackets that tilt, swivel, or fix your TV in place for the best viewing spot in the house. Alternatively, browse our range of TV stands – we've got enough designs to keep even the pickiest interior designer happy.

Avoid the disappointment of getting your shiny new telly home and realising you don't have the cable you need to connect your games console or Blu-ray player. Sandstrom Gold Series HDMI cables support all resolutions and come with a reassuring lifetime guarantee.

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Please note: Freeview and some apps & services are only available in the UK. Apps & services may be removed or no longer supported by third party content providers at any time. Some apps & services may not be available at launch and may require a firmware update before becoming available.

Please note: To use LG ThinQ AI and Google Assistant voice services a Magic Remote (sold separately) is required.

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I'm kind of torn with this, because LG is a well known brand, so I expect it to be good, but £399 for a 55 inch 4k? That's ridiculously cheap, what's wrong with this? And how would it compare to the likes of a Samsung NU8000?
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Our lcd telly has a small bright light near the edge.... so it's time for new one . I wanted the 65" at 599 but the Mrs says it's too big.

Does anyone know how this compares to the Samsung 6 series KU6400 which it would replace.
Edited by: "nutterburger" 14th Apr
I'm kind of torn with this, because LG is a well known brand, so I expect it to be good, but £399 for a 55 inch 4k? That's ridiculously cheap, what's wrong with this? And how would it compare to the likes of a Samsung NU8000?
FakeDR they really should be banned from labelling everything as hdr, can't want for hdr spoons.
AtomicTurkey10 m ago

I'm kind of torn with this, because LG is a well known brand, so I expect …I'm kind of torn with this, because LG is a well known brand, so I expect it to be good, but £399 for a 55 inch 4k? That's ridiculously cheap, what's wrong with this? And how would it compare to the likes of a Samsung NU8000?


I bought one on Wednesday, seems perfectly good to me, others were better, but a few hundred more so for the price is say go for it
Ignoring the size difference, is this better than this Samsung - hotukdeals.com/dea…944 ?
I bought this last week and am pretty pleased with it. This is 4K Ultra HD certified which a lot of telly's aren't.
I have paid silly money for telly's in the past but am happy with this.
The magic remote is really good, but does not come with it and needs to be bought separately. Curries do not stock them.
Is this TV identical to the Richer sounds one at £399?

hotukdeals.com/dea…060
makershaker1 h, 24 m ago

Is this TV identical to the Richer sounds one at …Is this TV identical to the Richer sounds one at £399?https://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/lg-55uk6400plf-richersounds-for-399-6-years-guarantee-included-3213060


kagoo.com/tvs…470

There's a comparison there. Screen mirroring, parental mode, smartphone remote app, game mode and voice control seem to be on the 6470 and not on the 6400.
Not a bad price - would still go for the TCL at £349 though!
Lucky Goldstar are not great tv makers these days!
Edited by: "omendata" 14th Apr
drifta15 m ago

https://kagoo.com/tvs/compare/lg-55uk6400-vs-lg-55uk6470There's a …https://kagoo.com/tvs/compare/lg-55uk6400-vs-lg-55uk6470There's a comparison there. Screen mirroring, parental mode, smartphone remote app, game mode and voice control seem to be on the 6470 and not on the 6400.


Okay thanks for that.

Ordered for my dad but just realised only comes with 1 year guarantee! Richer sounds were out of stock.

Gonna see if John Lewis will price match
makershaker51 m ago

Okay thanks for that.Ordered for my dad but just realised only comes with …Okay thanks for that.Ordered for my dad but just realised only comes with 1 year guarantee! Richer sounds were out of stock.Gonna see if John Lewis will price match


On the LG website, both TVs look the exact same spec except the 64750 is a Currys exclusive and the 6400 is sold at other shops such as John Lewis and Argos. So unlikely John Lewis would match Currys.

lg.com/uk/…tvs
trebor55 s ago

On the LG website, both TVs look the exact same spec except the 64750 is a …On the LG website, both TVs look the exact same spec except the 64750 is a Currys exclusive and the 6400 is sold at other shops such as John Lewis and Argos. So unlikely John Lewis would match Currys. https://www.lg.com/uk/lgcompf4/compare/compare.lg?category=/uk/tvs


Yeah.. your correct. They refused it
I love all these deal but I’m so lost on what is the best 55” tv all round for about £700
Lg need to give magic remote as standard now. I'd buy this if it had one with it.
DanoVan37 m ago

I love all these deal but I’m so lost on what is the best 55” tv all round …I love all these deal but I’m so lost on what is the best 55” tv all round for about £700


same here at 65, overwhelmed...
I’m a bit out of the loop with new TVs - can this handle 60hz gaming? As it says motion rate 50hz on the specs
Still doesn't beat linsar 55 at £300!
These are cheap because they are not real 4k TVs, it uses a RGBW panel which means every 4 pixel has been replaced with a white pixel as opposed to being a full RGB spectrum.

Yes, I don't expect it to be top of the range at that price, but its bordering on mis selling
Hello all. I m after 49-55 inch tv and more I m reading about them more confused I m getting. Any advice please? At the moment I ve only found samsung NU8000 and samsung q6fn interesting but waiting for prices to drop. I m mainly checking reviews and this place got nice tool to compare loads of features rtings.com/tv/tools/compare. Hope that helps somebody. Cheers
Edited by: "pawelratajczak58" 14th Apr
To be honest LG aren’t too clever in the 4K market unless you spend big on an OLED. Go for a Samsung or Sony!:)
Edited by: "RJ85" 15th Apr
Copied from thunder deals i guess
So the equivalent to this in Samsung hovers around the 7400 model. The NU8000 is much better.

I bought a 55 inch Samsung 7400 and a 70 inch LG 6500. I disagree that LG aren’t as good as Samsung or Sony. The picture on the LG (even though it’s 15 inches bigger) is far superior than the Samsung. However the WebOS software is lacking, sluggish and just isn’t as sharp as the Samsung. Also they disconnect from the Wi-fi for no reason over and over again and you have to input the Wi-fi code every time. I read this a few times before I purchased the TV and didn’t think it would happen on my set, but yep it does so might send mine back.

In short, great picture and sound (considering it’s in built) are great but the software just isn’t quite there.
RJ8512 h, 21 m ago

To be honest LG aren’t too clever in the 4K market unless you spend big on …To be honest LG aren’t too clever in the 4K market unless you spend big on ten OLED. Go for a Samsung or Sony!:)


Rubbish statement. Your having a laugh with Sony!
love my LG’s all 3 of them.
I’ve got an LG 3D Tv. I love that. But I’d never buy an LG 4k unless it was an OLED; their basic 4K TVs are not a patch on Samsung or Sony entry level! Hence the prices too!
Edited by: "RJ85" 15th Apr
I have been looking for a 55" TV for a while and came across this one which is pretty good from LG, which is now down to £719 for the Easter sales: currys.co.uk/gbu…tml
Edited by: "SummerLovin" 15th Apr
What's the warranty on it?
lionkhan159 m ago

What's the warranty on it?


1 year
RJ854 h, 26 m ago

I’ve got an LG 3D Tv. I love that. But I’d never buy an LG 4k unless it was …I’ve got an LG 3D Tv. I love that. But I’d never buy an LG 4k unless it was an OLED; their basic 4K TVs are not a patch on Samsung or Sony entry level! Hence the prices too!


Agreed. I have a Sony, Samsung & had an LG all entry level models. The Sony & Samsung were far better picture wise than the LG. The two things that were better on the LG though was the sound and os. If the picture matched the sound on the LG it would have been win win for sure. Motion on the Sony was the best but i like the colour pop on the Samsung even if it wasn't always natural. Each to their own though
Almost the same tech as Samsung's 'QLED',
Both are rubbish LCD panels with some form or other nasty back light.

If you want best quality save up buy an OLED.
or save the money and buy this or any other maker's LCD TV, or be daft and get rubbish TV with QLED name for much more.
Shock29 m ago

Almost the same tech as Samsung's 'QLED',Both are rubbish LCD panels with …Almost the same tech as Samsung's 'QLED',Both are rubbish LCD panels with some form or other nasty back light. If you want best quality save up buy an OLED. or save the money and buy this or any other maker's LCD TV, or be daft and get rubbish TV with QLED name for much more.


Is this true? Just about to pull the trigger on the Samsung Qled.
Anyone know what apps are available?
How does this compare to the 55" inch LG Sk8500 ?
Shock2 h, 16 m ago

Almost the same tech as Samsung's 'QLED',Both are rubbish LCD panels with …Almost the same tech as Samsung's 'QLED',Both are rubbish LCD panels with some form or other nasty back light. If you want best quality save up buy an OLED. or save the money and buy this or any other maker's LCD TV, or be daft and get rubbish TV with QLED name for much more.


The lady doth protest too much
P1ss biscuits! Bought the LG 49” yesterday from Argos for £379 (just in time for Thrones!). Would have got this for the extra £20. Never mind. Great picture quality so can’t complain!
Not a true 4K tv as uses a RGBW panel so it’s 2.8k, but a good price check out techhive.com/art…tml
How does this compare to the 6500PLA for £449 at Costco?
Hi all, I looked at this last week and the picture seemed blurred at times so i bought Samsung UE55NU7400 HDR 4K Ultra HD Smart TV, 55" with TVPlus/Freesat HD, Dynamic Crystal Colour & 360 Design, Ultra HD Certified, Black From JL Who price matched it with Reliance direct for £458.
Casinodancer2 h, 37 m ago

Is this true? Just about to pull the trigger on the Samsung Qled.



No, not true at all.
displayspecifications.com/en/…7d4
look at "peak brightness"

QLED will be much brighter, as such it will allow HDR the chance to really show itself!

The question you should be asking is, does it feel like it's worth twice the price for QLED vs this set.

I just picked the cheapest QLED 55 I could see in a pinch.
I've just bought the 50" 6470 which has a VA panel. HDR might as well not exist but very happy with everything else. It's been great for PC gaming, I'm playing TT-Isle of Man, and it's really nice in 4K at 60Hz . So glad it's got a free sat receiver, Sky box booted out the door. I see from the specs that the 55" has an IPS panel, is that better than the VA?
displayspecifications.com/en/…21e
Edited by: "Naughty_Man" 15th Apr
xyhz1234561 h, 21 m ago

No, not true at …No, not true at all.https://www.displayspecifications.com/en/comparison/246c667d4look at "peak brightness"QLED will be much brighter, as such it will allow HDR the chance to really show itself!The question you should be asking is, does it feel like it's worth twice the price for QLED vs this set.I just picked the cheapest QLED 55 I could see in a pinch.


Lol..

Lack of education must be so bad in parts of our country.

Both this and QLED are rubbish LCDs with backlighting. Yes they get super bright, and over saturate everything.

If you want max brightness, buy a bright bulb.
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