While stocks last, you can grab yourself a slice of that signature LG OLED visual DNA in an impressively affordable package.
What8217;s more, the brightest and darkest pixels can sit happily side by side without any risk of bleed between the two. Scenes containing a bold mix of light and dark content look spectacularly intense and realistic as a result.
Sure LCD TVs can get much brighter than the B88217;s panel but none can match this TV8217;s purity and punch when showing small bright objects against very dark backdrops.
Standard dynamic range is exquisite too, and the TV’s stunning contrast and colour remain intact from wider viewing angles 8211; another benefit of this TV8217;s use of OLED technology over conventional LCD panels.
As for the user experience, LG’s webOS system is slick, attractive and easy to use. It supports a ton of apps including Netflix, Amazon Prime, Rakuten, YouTube, Now TV and the catch-up apps for the UK’s biggest broadcasters. What’s more, the TV catch-up apps are available within a Freeview Play umbrella app, which also comes built-in.
Sure this is one of LG8217;s more rudimentary OLED TVs but that8217;s still a pretty high bar to begin with and you8217;ll be hard pressed to find such a feature-packed offering at this price.
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