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LG 55UM7400PLB 55" Smart 4K Ultra HD HDR LED TV with Google Assistant £374 @ Hughes Ebay
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LG 55UM7400PLB 55" Smart 4K Ultra HD HDR LED TV with Google Assistant £374 @ Hughes Ebay

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Posted 16th Oct 2019

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The LG 55UM7400PLB 55" Smart 4K Ultra HD HDR LED TV has an IPS 4K display so you can watch your favourite shows in vibrant details and vivid colours. Take in the beauty of nature with BBC's latest documentary series, or switch on a blockbuster, and see how even fantastical characters look clear and realistic.

4K Active HDR


The UM7400 takes HDR even further with adaptable advanced HDR which adjusts each image so you always get the best contrast and the richest colours. Even older favourites get upgraded to the HDR levels – classic dramas never looked so good.

Smart webOS

There's always something on TV with the UM7400. LG's webOS is packed with apps to keep everyone happy. Catch that must-see comedy series from Channel 4, settle down for a Netflix boxset bonanza in 4K, or rent a movie from the Sky Store.

And with Freeview Play you can leap right in from the TV guide. Catch up on anything you might have missed by scrolling back through the week.

ThinQ and Google Assistant


If you get yourself an LG Magic Remote (sold seperately) you can talk to your TV and use voice commands to do all sorts of exciting controls. ThinQ AI makes finding something to watch a little easier. Ask your TV to play a film on Netflix, switch on the news, or turn up the volume.

And with Google Assistant you can do even more. Check your calendar, get weather info, and much more. All you need to do is ask.
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Great priced tv but the magic remote has to be purchased separately. £40.
Looks a great deal
Typical... won't deliver to northern Ireland!!!???
I bought this for £500 3 weeks ago , great tv but £40 for magic remote, no way , i use a free app and works a treat
adam400716/10/2019 18:32

Great priced tv but the magic remote has to be purchased separately. £40. …Great priced tv but the magic remote has to be purchased separately. £40.


I purchased a magic remote from a Turkish seller on eBay. Cost me £24 last year. Genuine product. I’ll have a gander and see if I can find the link etc
GLENHESKETH16/10/2019 19:42

Typical... won't deliver to northern Ireland!!!???


I know it is the courier companies charging fortune for shipping not sellers fault
carzylooker16/10/2019 21:39

I know it is the courier companies charging fortune for shipping not …I know it is the courier companies charging fortune for shipping not sellers fault


Great shame.... most of the major carriers don't distinguish as long as it's UK. Royal mail...DHL....etc etc
This or samsung 55" posted earlier?
Arkz16/10/2019 22:59

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that’s no longer an issue, only applied to models prior to 2018 I think
RGB text vs RGBW text38685487-lJYkA.jpg

And yes it's still this model. Instead of 3840 RGB pixels across each line, it's 2880 RGB with 960 white dots filling in the gap. Most folks won't notice for a number of reasons, sub 4k content, 4k content recorded in poorer quality, sitting further away from the screen to get the benefit of full 4k. Still it's false advertising any way you look at it, you'd expect 4k to mean a full 4k colour screen, not a 3k colour screen with 1k white added to make up the rest. Also bad black levels and contrast according to Expert Reviews. God knows why they gave it 4/5 then. Maybe rating it for the common person who doesn't notice the difference. Issue would be biggest for PC use. I suppose if you're just watching TV it's fine, but so is a £200 potato TV.

In before comment being deleted again for being "off topic"
Arkz17/10/2019 11:45

RGB text vs RGBW text[Image] And yes it's still this model. Instead of …RGB text vs RGBW text[Image] And yes it's still this model. Instead of 3840 RGB pixels across each line, it's 2880 RGB with 960 white dots filling in the gap. Most folks won't notice for a number of reasons, sub 4k content, 4k content recorded in poorer quality, sitting further away from the screen to get the benefit of full 4k. Still it's false advertising any way you look at it, you'd expect 4k to mean a full 4k colour screen, not a 3k colour screen with 1k white added to make up the rest. Also bad black levels and contrast according to Expert Reviews. God knows why they gave it 4/5 then. Maybe rating it for the common person who doesn't notice the difference. Issue would be biggest for PC use. I suppose if you're just watching TV it's fine, but so is a £200 potato TV.In before comment being deleted again for being "off topic"


Can u list all 2019 LG tvs using this Panel so we can all get a good one
Thank you for the post. Just bought one
It says this has Google Assistant... does that mean I can cast to it as a Google Cast device?
buddn0717/10/2019 14:47

It says this has Google Assistant... does that mean I can cast to it as a …It says this has Google Assistant... does that mean I can cast to it as a Google Cast device?


Yeah, great TV and I can cast very easily from my phone.
Arkz17/10/2019 11:45

RGB text vs RGBW text[Image] And yes it's still this model. Instead of …RGB text vs RGBW text[Image] And yes it's still this model. Instead of 3840 RGB pixels across each line, it's 2880 RGB with 960 white dots filling in the gap. Most folks won't notice for a number of reasons, sub 4k content, 4k content recorded in poorer quality, sitting further away from the screen to get the benefit of full 4k. Still it's false advertising any way you look at it, you'd expect 4k to mean a full 4k colour screen, not a 3k colour screen with 1k white added to make up the rest. Also bad black levels and contrast according to Expert Reviews. God knows why they gave it 4/5 then. Maybe rating it for the common person who doesn't notice the difference. Issue would be biggest for PC use. I suppose if you're just watching TV it's fine, but so is a £200 potato TV.In before comment being deleted again for being "off topic"


100% agree, LG shouldn't be allowed to sell these as 4K and people should know what they're buying!!
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