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

By Alan Ng - Nov 24, 2017

Those who like to buy quality and don’t mind spending a bit more to do so can take a look at the stunning LG 65UJ6200 65-inch Class 4K 2160p Smart LED TV which is now selling with a discount during the Holiday season.

This TV is going to be the centre of attention in any room thanks to its whopping size and now we see that Walmart has slashed the price of it too, with it now being $798 after discount.

Key specs of the LG 65UJ6200 include a 4K resolution of 3840 x 2160 pixels, TruMotion 120 which means a 60Hz native refresh rate, HDR support including Active HDR and HLG, 3 HDMI ports with HDCP 2.2 support, 4K upscaling, webOS 3.5, web browser, WiFi Direct and 2 USB ports.

This TV also has support for Netflix in 4K so you can really sit back and enjoy some stunning visuals, not to mention your console games will look great on PS4 and Xbox One too with HDR support.


From what we see though, the LG 65UJ6200 does not support HDR10 or Dolby Vision however so you won’t be able to output PS4 Pro and Xbox One X in full 4K settings. If gaming isn’t important to you though, this is still a very attractive proposition for $800 considering usual retail price is $1400.

For full tech specs of the LG 65UJ6200 4K TV, you can visit LG’s website here for a closer look at what this TV is capable of, especially with LG’s new Active HDR technology.

To see what other buyers have said about this model, read through the LG 65UJ6200 reviews here at Walmart where it currently has a 4.9/5 rating as of November 2017. For those that need the LG 65UJ6200 manual to download – find that here too.

Is this going to be your next major 4K TV upgrade in the living room? Buy it from Walmart here now and let us know your thoughts on this model and if you have any further questions below.

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  • Craig Howard

    Found a way to enable HDR10 on my new LG 65UJ6200!

    It’s not in the picture settings as one might expect.

    Go to all settings, Down to general. and in that menu go all the way to the bottom until you see “HDMI ULTRA HD Deep Color”, select it, and then just select the input that you want to display 4K @60HZ.

    HDR10 now works fine on my Xbox one X..

    • Randy Bradley

      Thanks for this. It made my decision to chance it for my PS4 PRO and it also works.

    • Hisey Yamaa

      That fixed it and did the trick.
      Thanks a ton, you the man!!!

  • Andrew.H

    how important is HDR10 for gaming, does anyone know the real answer??