Black Friday 4K Deals: a 55 inch LG 4K HDR TV for just $599
Stephan Jukic – November 24, 2016
LG may not always create the very best 4K LCD TVs on today’s market, at least when we compare them to some rivals from Samsung, Sony and Vizio but the LG name is nonetheless what’s behind OLED 4K display, the very best 4K TV technology currently in existence and so even their LCD offerings are definitely worth considering, especially when they come absolutely priced to sell.
This is why this latest Black Friday sales deal from the site NewEgg.com is definitely something that should interest buyers looking for some serious savings on a 4K HDR TV.
NewEgg is currently and for a limited time offering up a 55 inch UH6030 HDR 4K TV from LG’s 2016 lineup of LCD models for a stunningly low price of just $599.99. This is a $150 reduction from this model’s normal retail price of $749.99 and an incredibly affordable offering for a new 4K HDR TV from a major name brand, especially one like LG which is known for the slightly higher than typical prices of its 4K TVs.
The LG UH6030 offers up superbly sharp 4K UHD resolution with full upscaling capacity for non-4K content and to top this off it also comes with the company’s HDR PRO technology for compatibility with the latest in high dynamic range streaming and 4K Blu-ray disc content. This HDR technology in the UH6030 includes wide color gamut and 10-bit color for a wider, more realistic color space coverage that reflects reality at a new level in digital TV display.
LG has also given the UH6030 TruMotion 120Hz display refresh technology, which allows this model to handle high frame rate content like sportscasts, video games and action packed movies with smooth clean rendering regardless of their original resolution.
And of course, there is LG’s superb smart TV platform, WebOS 3.0, which we consider to be the best smart TV OS interface available on today’s 4K TV market. With WebOS 3.0 you get access to numerous streaming apps for 4K UHD content as well as thousands of hours of other media and non-4K movies and TV shows. In fact, as we’ve stated before, WebOS 3.0 is particularly fast and extremely user-friendly even by the high standards of 2016 smart TV systems from all major 4K TV manufacturers.
We’ve criticized the 4K LCD TVs of LG in the past on this site and mainly for their sometimes weak black level performance, but this doesn’t negate that these are still well-made televisions from a major name brand. To get one with HDR display and a 55 inch display at such a low price of $599.99 is definitely something to consider for those of you who are looking for your first start 4K TV.
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