Early LG 55UF6430 55-inch 4K Smart HDTV specs review

By Alan Ng - Oct 22, 2015

We know that certain LG 4K Smart TVs are going to be available with a big discount next month during the busy sales period. One of these is the LG 55UF6430 55-inch 4K Smart HDTV so now we offer up a preview of the model with a glance at the LG 55UF6430 TV specs.

LG are a great choice of TV when it comes to having features that compete with other high-end rivals, but at a much lower price to your wallet.

The LG UF6430 Series is no exception and we hear that you may be able to pick up the LG 55UF6430 55-inch 4K UHD TV for under $700 which is an absolute bargain for a top of the range TV.

Now, we can offer a LG 55UF6430 review of specs as this model is going to come with a 55-inch display that boasts a 3840 x 2160 4K Ultra HD resolution.

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It also runs on LG WebOS 2.0 thanks to a quad-core processor meaning that browsing the web or enjoying Smart TV apps such as Netflix and YouTube is no problem.

Other specs include a refresh rate of 120Hz, 3 HDMI ports, a 4K Upscaler, 4K UHD File Playback and Real Cinema 24p picture mode – full LG 55UF6430 tech specs list here.

Overall, this is an excellent choice should you see it available next month for a low price. Let us know your thoughts on the specs listed above and if you have any questions on this model below since there are no LG 55UF6430 55-inch 4K Smart HDTV reviews listed online yet.

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  • SkOrPn

    Just great, no mention if its HDMI 1.4, 2.0 or 2.0a. You should NOT buy a UHD TV without knowing that extremely important spec.

    • rak

      They link a “spec list” which doesn’t list the HDMI revision, under refresh rate gives some kind of branded processing technology, and doesn’t list the 4K modes with refresh rates that it supports, It’s hard not to wonder if this TV can display a 4K input or just the 4K upscaler they mention.