We know that when it comes to Curved TVs, the most popular size seems to be the 55-inch, as this does not seem as large as a standard 55-inch TV model, and so therefore looks less imposing when placed in the home. The LG 55EC930V is just one example of this, and we can see that this is a beautiful looking model, and will do very well in terms of buying appeal.
You can already buy the LG 55EC930V 55-inch OLED Curved TV here, at a very decent price when compared to normal. So much technology has been packed inside this thing, that you start to wonder if it really is too good to be true?
LG has made use of some innovative features, such as Pixel Dimming and a complete new display technology, although only at the time this was built, as we know just how fast TV technology moves.
Each pixel on the panel generates its own light, and they each turn on and off independently, with an end result that gives some of the best blacks you have ever seen on a TV.
Speed is also a major factor for TVS, as you need it to be able to react to fast moving scenes and the 55EC930V is no slouch in this department because response rates are so fast.
Before we look at the LG 55EC930V specs we thought we would point out something to you first, this is not 4K Ultra HD. This did confuse us at first because we really assumed it had it, but instead offers Full HD, 1080p instead – which is a bit of a letdown to tell you the truth. We say this because there are some better deals out there that offer 4K for roughly the same price – although not certain if they have a screen so big?
Back to those specs, and this TV has a 1920 x 1080 resolution, OLED, Smart Share, Passive 3D, Smart control, Surround sound, webOS and built-in WiFi.
We have come across several LG 55EC930V reviews and many of them seem to emphasize just how good the picture quality is – which does seem strange seeing as though it is not 4K UHD. There are 127 owner reviews in all, so please enjoy reading them before you go ahead and buy this model.
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