4K UHD HDR Smart LED TV - 49'' Class (48.5'' Diag)


  • 4K Ultra HD Resolution
  • webOS 3.5 Smart TV
  • Active HDR
  • True Color Accuracy
4K UHD HDR Smart LED TV - 49" Class (48.5" Diag)

Picture Quality

    • Ultra HD (3,840 x 2,160)
    • Yes
    • TruMotion 120 (Refresh Rate 60Hz)
    • Yes
    • Active HDR
    • Yes
    • HDR Effect
    • Yes
    • True Color Accuracy
    • Yes
    • IPS Technology
    • Yes
    • 4K Upscaler
    • Yes


    • webOS 3.5
    • Yes
    • Magic Remote Control
    • Standard Remote Only
    • LG Content Store (App Store)
    • Yes
    • Full Web Browser
    • Yes
    • Channel Plus
    • Yes

Smart Share

    • Screen Share
    • Yes
    • Content Share
    • Yes


    • Speaker System
    • 2 Channel
    • Output Power
    • 20W
    • DTS Decoder
    • DTS-HD
    • Surround Mode
    • Ultra Surround
    • Hi-Fi Audio
    • Yes


    • Wi-Fi® Built In
    • 802.11ac
    • Wi-Fi Direct
    • Yes
    • IP Control
    • Yes
    • Simplink (HDMI CEC)
    • Yes


    • HDMI
    • 3 (HDCP 2.2)
    • USB
    • 2
    • RF In (Antenna/Cable)
    • 1
    • Composite In
    • 1
    • Component In
    • Shared w/ Composite
    • Ethernet
    • 1
    • Optical
    • 1


    • Power Supply (Voltage, Hz)
    • 100~240Vac 50-60Hz
    • Power Consumption
    • TBD
    • Standby Mode
    • 0.5W↓

Wall Mount

    • VESA
    • 200 x 200


    • Wall Mount (WxHxD)
    • 43.5" x 25.6" x 3.6"
    • W Stand (WxHxD)
    • 43.5" x 28.0" x 9.9"
    • Shipping (WxHxD)
    • 48.8" x 30.0" x 5.7"
    • TV Without Stand
    • 24.3 lbs
    • W Stand Weight
    • 24.9 lbs
    • Shipping Weight
    • 32.2 lbs


    • UPC
    • 719192615533

What people are saying

Rated 2 out of 5 by from Too many issues! The picture is awesome but the sound is not so good. We've had to call LG for warranty service twice to replace the Wi-Fi card and lip-sync mechanism both times. Although they are trying to fix the problem, it seems that my unit might be a misfit! I'm being optimistic that an LG TV has a longer life span than 12 months.
Date published: 2021-03-24
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Quality and Durability I have had this television set for over three years. It is the perfect size for our living space. The clarity of the reception is exceptional. I particularly like that the Picture Mode settings allow me to quickly change modes to accommodate lighting changes in the room. The HDMI, USB, RCA, and standard coaxial ports of this set allow multiple streaming devices to be connected. It is a convenience not to have accessory HDMI switches cluttering the area near the unit. LG has done a fine job with this quality set.
Date published: 2021-03-21
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Impressive TV for the Price The color has always been amazing and vibrant. I was a little bit disappointed by the grayish black levels when I first got the TV but that seems to have improved somewhat--not sure why. One color I have trouble with constantly is yellow. The yellow like the paint stripes on a paved road always tends toward a puke green and nothing I do seems to fix it. The 4K streaming worked stunningly until late last year--I watched several seasons of Netflix hits in 4K (2017-2018) and they were stunning. Now YouTube vids seem to always degrade severely to 480p or worse. Sometimes the screen goes black and comes back so blurry it almost seems to be defective. My Ethernet constantly cuts in and out numerous times every day. This has only been a real issue since late 2019. Very frequently video playback stops with the audio continuing as normal. The video the speeds up for a few seconds until it catches up with the audio. This never happened the first two years I had the TV, and now it happens all the time. My PC is hooked via HDMI and for some reason the TV always wants to go to HDR when games go fullscreen. My PC (GTX 1060) does not support HDR so the screen goes blank and I need to try several times to turn HDR off. Sometimes it succeeds and sometimes I have to power the TV down and restart the computer. Extremely annoying. Backlight issues are annoying. In "Dark Mode" the screen gets very dim switching between dark and light web pages and take 10-15 seconds to get back to normal contrast. The LIVE ZOOM feature is completely ridiculous. First of all it only works with external signal sources--so an essentially useless feature with a dedicated button on the remote that always gets in the way. When you actually do have an external video source the LIVE ZOOM interface stays on the screen and you can't get rid of it--so an essentially useless and annoying feature even in the rare case that you actually can use it. Seriously!! Who designed that idiotic feature? And while we're on topic, what is with that remote? All the buttons are the same size and shape, making impossible to use without turning a light on apart from the volume button (which actually is a different size and shape from the rest of the buttons) I do get it. LG builds one billion of these things and makes things simple, to keep costs down. But seriously, if you're going to build a build a billion of something wouldn't it be better to do it in a way that didn't increase costs and yet actually made sense? I mean, there was a button right next to the main arrow buttons that completely kicked me off of the streaming services all the time forcing me to log back into the site to try find the movie I had been watching. After a year of cursing that stupid button, I finally shaved it off with a razor blade--wondering the whole time what moron would have put it there in the first place. By removing that button i inadvertently created a "feature" because now I can use the arrow buttons in the dark since the right and down arrows are directly above and beside it. These are petty and simple things that would be (and are) easy to fix, but the fact that they do exist does detract from LG as a company. My final gripe is the feet/stand whatever you want to call them. They are ugly and useless and too far apart to do any good. My LG has spent its entire life sitting on top of a Dell mini PC with the ugly feet dangling in mid-air just doing nothing but getting in the way. As a functional entertainment device, though, the LG 49UJ6200 is an impressive piece of quality workmanship and engineering! The colors are vibrant (except that one shade of yellow) and the contrast is as good as any PC monitor I have ever used. The speakers are consistently good (not great) with the only single solitary annoying resonance tone just happening to coincide perfectly with the YouTube audio feedback of thumbnail transitioning. Whatever. If I were to design the Audio algorithms, i would make them more logarithmic and do like Windows 10 and skips by multiples of 2. Movies seem to need the volume set to 40 or 50 while YouTube will blow your eardrums out with the volume set past 15. The remote should have a button that can instantly cut the volume in half or by ten steps or possibly to a preset level. I was watching an old movie last week at 3 in the morning with the volume set to 70. An ad came on suddenly and almost blew up my speakers. My LG TV is like a great classic car--so much to love about it and yet so much I would love to fix. I have been building home computer systems for 25 years and I tend to nitpick a lot of details. So, if my review seems negative, it actually isn't--It is just an expression of how a very good product could be great if a few ridiculous details were ironed out. Several issues such as the volume thing and the dumb LIVE ZOOM "feature" could be dealt with in a software update--perhaps offering a setting in teh Audio options to use the "Mute" button as a default volume level instead of turning the volume completely off and another setting option to have the volume button increase/decrease in multiple of 2, 3 and 5 for example. As I say, simple solutions that would cost practically nothing to implement as a global product update.
Date published: 2020-05-24
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where is the 3.5mm/aux audio out

Asked by: Dennis ang
The LG 4K UHD HDR Smart LED TV - 49" Class (48.5" Diag), Model # 49UJ6200 does not have a Headphone jack (aka 3.5mm port) on it...^IFV
Answered by: Ivanf
Date published: 2020-04-05

my 49UJ6200 sticker in the back says 120VAC 50-60Hz, but the specs here is 100-240VAC, which one is correct?

Asked by: eller
Hello, this TV is manufactured for use in the USA and does require 120Vac for optimal operation, however, the TV can withstand up to 240Vac with an adapter if needed. ^AC
Answered by: Amber C
Date published: 2020-01-06

Why does the volume keep dropping to 0 on my tv?

Asked by: Robert358
This is a problem we are aware of and are working on fixing via a future update. Some customers have noted that disconnecting the TV from the internet eliminates this issue. ^CP
Answered by: ChrisPSM
Date published: 2018-02-24

Does the 49uj6200 stream it's web3.5 apps in 4k?

Asked by: JoeWJ
Hi JoeWJ. All content, services and offerings provided through the apps on this LG 4K UHD HDR Smart LED TV - 49" Class (48.5" Diag), Model # 49UJ6200 is the sole responsibility of the Service Provider from whom it originated. Some of these services will offer 4K content and will alert you that the content is available in 4K...^IFV
Answered by: LGJoel
Date published: 2018-02-20

What is the width between the stand legs?

Asked by: jame Son
It is about 40.5". ^AC
Answered by: Amber C
Date published: 2018-02-20

Does the LG 43uj6200 stream amazon prime and Netflix with Web os3.5 in 4k as well as Amazon 4k fire tv? In other words, does Web os stream in 4K? Do I need Fire TV for best results?

Asked by: JoeWJ
Regrettably, we do not have access to documentation that lists all of the features of the pre-loaded apps on the Model # 49UJ6200, but most of the more popular apps like Netflix, YouTube, Channel Plus, Hulu, Amazon Prime Video, Google Play Movies, and VUDU can be found on the TV. Compatible apps can be downloaded from the LG Content Store (App Store). ^CP
Answered by: ChrisPSM
Date published: 2018-02-18

How can I control my tv by my mobile device? Witch app do I need for iOS and how can I set it up?

Asked by: Stephenc413
There is an LG webOS TV Remote App available for Android devices that can be downloaded from the Google Play Store or from the Microsoft store for Windows phones that you can use to control the LG 4K UHD HDR Smart LED TV - 49" Class (48.5" Diag), Model # 49UJ6200. Regrettably, it doesn't appear to be available in the iTunes.apple store, but you might find another compatible app in there for iOS devices...^IFV
Answered by: LGJoel
Date published: 2018-02-14

My 49 inch tv doesn’t seem bright enough. Is there a way to adjust this?

Asked by: Twl47
To select the best option based on your needs, go to Home > Settings > All Settings (3 Dot Icon) > Picture > Picture Mode Settings > Picture Options ^AC
Answered by: Amber C
Date published: 2018-02-06
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