LG 49UH6030 49-inch 4K HDR TV reviews for 2016

By Alan Ng - Nov 12, 2016

One of the best 4K TVs to buy from LG this month is undoubtedly the LG Electronics 49UH6030 49″ 4K Ultra HD Smart LED TV. It being offered by multiple retailers such as Newegg, Amazon and Walmart – but how good is it compared to other 4K models on the market?

The good thing about LG is that it offers great quality but still at a very low price compared to say Samsung or Sony where you would always have to pay more.

The LG 49UH6030 4K TV offers HDR Pro, which is the new picture quality that everyone is talking about at the moment – offering a new layer of enhancement that really makes your programmes and games stand out.

LG 49UH6030 specs include a 49-inch 4K display with a 3840 x 2160 resolution, 3 HDMI ports with HDCP 2.2, webOS 3.0, 120Hz Motion rate but a 60Hz native refresh rate.


Elsewhere there’s LG’s UHD Mastering Engine, 4K upscaling, web browsing and full access to Smart apps such as Netflix and YouTube with built-in WiFi.

We know that the LG 49UH6030 4K TV price is usually around the $600 mark, but right now Newegg are offering it for just $399 during a special promotion this month meaning that stock is likely going to be extremely limited.

For a closer look at this TV, you can check out the LG 49UH6030 tech specs here. For those that want to know what other buyers have said about this new LG 4K 2016 model, the LG 49UH6030 TV reviews are here.

Are you interested in buying this from Newegg, Amazon or Walmart? Please leave your thoughts and questions below if you are ready to buy.

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Also See: LG 65UJ6200 review lacks HDR10 for PS4 Pro, Xbox One X

  • saintjules

    My previous TV was an LG 42″ plasma TV that I bought in 2006, so I decided to continue the LG trend by getting this model.

    I was originally going to aim for the Toshiba 49″ 49L621U but I wasn’t really looking forward to a possible long line at Best Buy for it. Even if it was for $200 during their doorbuster.

    That all being said, Absolutely loving this TV right now as I just got it only yesterday. The menus are a little tricky to maneuver through such as editing the TV’s resolution, color, etc. But once you get the hang of it’s menu features, it’s worth it.

    Right now, TV stations’ resolutions for shows max out at 1080i or 720p, so this TV really shines through the best if you’re playing games on the PS4 and possibly Xbox One. Little by little, games are getting patched for HDR support, so even on the regular PS4, some of the games really look fantastic like Uncharted 4 and Final Fantasy XV. Curious to see how games evolve over the next couple of months with those kinds of support options, including the PS4 Pro.

    Got this one during Best Buy’s sale yesterday for only $399. In my opinion, it’s definitely worth the price if you want something within that kind of a budget!