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49UH850V

Key Features

  • IPS 4K Quantum Display
  • Billion Rich Colours
  • ULTRA Luminance
  • HDR Super with Dolby Vision™
  • Smart TV with webOS
  • Sound Designed by Harman / Kardon™

available sizes:

49" Discontinued
Model
Vesa
Dimensions - WxHxD (mm)
Weight (kg)
Display
Video
Audio
Smart TV
Smart Share
Feature
Eco
Broadcasting System
Connectivity
Design
Accessory
Power

What People Are Saying

Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great colour gamut It has great picture and sound, I'm very pleased with my LG TV
Date published: 2018-04-26
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Best UHD experience for the money I own this TV and I highly recommend this to anyone looking for a great 4K HDR experience on a budget. It is a gorgeous piece of technology, even though I find the user interface to be a tad bit stroppy.
Date published: 2017-12-28
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Best value for money Use one months best tv ever, amazon prime 4K (HDR support) netflix 4K (dolby sound support ) 3D passive LG good quality smart tv.
Date published: 2017-05-28
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Great tv with some flows I own this TV for a few months now and I want to share my experience with it, but Don't get me wrong, This TV is great indeed though few flows make it not to be perfect. 1. Backlighting is a mess in a dark room, whenever a light object appears on a dark background, a wide band of light fills it's surrounding which is quite obvious and inconvenient. In a room with sufficient light however this is not an issue. 2. The picture tends to distract while watching panning shots like football matches, because you clearly see bands of lights and dirty effects all over the screen specially when the camera is moving horizontally. 3. Game mode is too dim that you may adjust brightness to alleviate the situation, besides, the game mode is not available when you connect a bluetooth headset to your TV (Perhaps the lag introduced with bluetooth is the culprit) 4. When I connect my PS4 via HDMI port, the digital antenna signal is lost and I cannot access the game console and digital TV at the same time. 5. WiFi connection isn't that straightforward as I connect to a hidden SSID, if I disconnect I have to enter all the details again.
Date published: 2017-04-24
Rated 4 out of 5 by from High quality Every thing is fine with this TV, of course respect to the price, but the search function needs to be improved as there is no results from the program list. So if you know the satellite channel name but don't know the number, you cannot find it with search.
Date published: 2017-04-15
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Good TV, but let down in some basic ways I bought this is it's one of the few (in fact, probably the only) range that is UHD, passive 3D and has Freesat built-in. On that basis, LG should be applauded for supporting both passive 3D and Freesat when other manufacturers don't seem interested. I've long been a fan of passive 3D, being unable to tolerate flickering, but of course you get all the usual from active 3D fans - "it's not a full HD picture so not as good as active 3D" - but the UHD resolution avoids that. You can now get a full 1080p HD non-flickering picture with cheap and light glasses that don't require charging, giving the best of both worlds. And it's certainly an excellent picture. I also live in an area where there is no terrestrial reception, so satellite TV is the only option, hence my need for Freesat. However I must point out areas where the TV is lacking. 1. The backlighting produces very obvious streaks down the picture during moderately light scenes. This was a problem with my previous LG TV too. It's particularly annoying with a panning scene, the streaks just look like dirty marks, repeated about 3 or 4 times across the TV. 2. I don't really need all the smart TV stuff. As long as it is networkable and allows me to send music and video to it via DLNA (which it does well, much better compatibility than my previous LG TV) then I don't need all the apps. All well and good, I don't need to use it if I don't want to. However, the EPG is actually an app. That means there's a delay while it loads and initialises and you have to close it by navigating to the X button in the top right corner. It's just not as nifty as bringing up an EPG on a non-Smart TV. Live TV is also basically an app, so again you have to wait with a loading screen while it loads, and changing channel isn't anywhere near as quick as my 10-year old Panasonic non-smart TV. 3. They don't include a normal remote control any more, all you get is a pared-down wireless remote that doesn't even have an Info button or playback controls, which is unforgiveable for a TV that also operates as a PVR and media player. You have to bring up an on-screen display and navigate to play, stop, pause buttons on the screen. To get simple programme info is equally awkward. 4. Probably not a fault of this TV specifically, but a common problem with all LCD TVs is getting the picture settings right. With all image processing turned off, you get a very jerky picture. You can turn on some of the motion processing to alleviate this, but this results in frame drops when using external HDMI inputs, and it can also result in "soap opera syndrome", where the picture looks like a cheap video camera production.
Date published: 2016-11-30
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Fantastic Wonderful picture quality and impressive sound, considering sound on LED TVs is never great. Upscaling from 1080 on blu-ray and Sky Q is amazing - better than watching on an HD TV. 3D performance is excellent, almost as if watching 1080 via active 3D, rather than split resolution due to passive 3D, as is the case here. Probably thanks to the excellent upscaling. Also good controls for eliminating cross-talk and ghosting to suit individual eyes and viewing position. Much better than my old Panasonic here. Great remote too - behaves like a Wii remote.
Date published: 2016-06-15
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