Tuesday, November 1, 2016

LG UH650V: Excellent midrange Smart TV a good price

The LG UH650V is a mid-range model with 4K resolution 2016-2016. LG makes great TV at a good price. This model is compatible with the best resolution: UltraHD and also supports HDR. The panel is IPS and have differences between different sizes: sizes 43 and 49 inches are PMI 1200Hz with DirectLED panel, while models 55, 60 and 65 are 1700Hz EdgeLED panel. The Smart platform is the same as the top models: webOS 3.0. Connectivity is correct and improve the model UH625V with two USB ports, and ColorPrime technology.

Technical / Specifications:

Screen Size: 43*, 49*, 55, 60 and 65 inches.
Technology: IPS Edge (Direct*) LED TrueBlack, ColourPrime. 
Resolution: 4K UHD 3840x2160
HDR: 8bit
3D: -
PMI: 1200/1700Hz
Smart TV: webOS 3.0
  • 3x HDMI (HDCP 2.2)
  • 2x USB 
  • Audio 20W
View all specifications (LG website)

Design LG UH650V:


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Our opinion LG UH650V (veredict):

Our opinion on the LG UH650V is pretty good, is an option to consider if you do not want to spend much but enjoy the best resolution and the best system SmartTV. This TV midrange competes with Samsung KU6400 both performance and price. We recommend you to buy the LG UH650V if you prefer natural colors, not as strident as Samsung, and if you do not usually watch movies in the dark. Remember that there are differences between different screen sizes available.

Model Name: What's the meaning of the name of LG 2016 TV?
  • LG 43UH650V Direct LED
  • LG 49UH650V Direct LED
  • LG 55UH655V 1700Hz
  • LG 60UH655V 1700Hz
  • LG 65UH655V 1700Hz
You can check our List of all models 2016 LG TV

1 comment:

  1. Hey, I wanna ask u something.

    I wanna use a 4K TV for my XBOX One Slim (with HDR). I don´t wanna spend much but the 770V is to expensive, for sure it has a 10-Bit panel but I saw that this model (650V) can make 1 bilion colors and the XBOX would suport like 10 Bits.

    Can u give me any sugestion?
    Great Blog!