The LG UK6300, an entry-level 4K TV released in 2018, is a solid option for anybody looking to make the upgrade from their old HDTV. It supports HDR10 and works with Google Assistant or Alexa. It’s also pretty damn affordable right now: LG just dropped the price of the UK6300 by $200.
For further insight on the LG UK6300, check out these reviews:
• “The UK6300 represents great value for the money, especially in the 55” size. You get some nice features, and lots of very good picture technology including HDR color compatibility. It may not have all the bells and whistles but the UK6300 delivers in critical areas.” – Jack Burden, 4K, LED, LCD, OLED TV Buying Guide
• “The LG UK6300 is a decent RGBW IPS TV with wide viewing angles, so it remains accurate when viewed at an angle. It also has low input lag so feels responsive. Unfortunately, when viewed in a dark room, blacks appear gray due to the low native contrast ratio, but when viewed in a bright room, this isn’t noticeable. The out of the ordinary “RGBW” pixel structure also can cause smaller details and straight lines to lose sharpness, especially when used as a PC monitor.” – Daniel O’Keeffe, RTINGS.com
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