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LG NanoCell TV Nano85 50 Inch 120hz 4k Television $549

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[Walmart] LG NanoCell TV Nano85 50 Inch 120hz 4k Television $549

LG 4K UltraHD NanoCell Smart TV - NANO85
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4 HDMI, 120Hz, 55NANO85

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Product Overview

Screen size (in.)
50 in

Display Type Technology
LED

Resolution
4K UHD

Is Smart
Yes

High Dynamic Range (HDR)
Yes

Number of HDMI inputs
4
Description
LG NanoCell TV Nano85 steps up 4K LED TV
4K movies, sports and gaming like you’ve never seen on an LG LED TV. See the natural, lifelike picture of Nano Colour. Enjoy wide viewing with Nano Accuracy. Witness deep black and contrast made possible through the well-balanced lighting of Local Dimming. It’s an experience backed by AI Picture and AI Sound, our premium processor, connected home features and cutting-edge gaming tech that push 4K LED to new heights.
Last edited by TomRFD on Dec 22nd, 2022 4:39 pm, edited 2 times in total.
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Dec 3, 2018
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fyi the 50" version of this TV uses a VA panel where as the other sizes all use ADS panels.
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Jun 25, 2022
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How does this TV compare to other sub $600 TV's on the market?

I have had an LG TV for 10+ years and bealive the brand offers good value
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stingyshopper wrote: fyi the 50" version of this TV uses a VA panel where as the other sizes all use ADS panels.
I had the 49NANO85, I believe this is the previous gen and it had an IPS panel. Great TV for gaming with 120Hz, but colors dont even come close to an OLED. Good TV if your primary use is gaming, but if its just watching stuff, would be better spending more for an OLED.
Jr. Member
May 26, 2016
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I use the 49" as a computer monitor (mounted on the wall) and its awesome. I use it for work and gaming. This is a killer price.
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Dec 3, 2018
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nuwan32 wrote: I had the 49NANO85, I believe this is the previous gen and it had an IPS panel. Great TV for gaming with 120Hz, but colors dont even come close to an OLED. Good TV if your primary use is gaming, but if its just watching stuff, would be better spending more for an OLED.
Yeah my post was just an fyi in case people are reading reviews that used any of the other sizes that the picture quality may be different on the 50". rtings says it will have higher contrast ratios and worse viewing angles. It's been a LG quirk for years their 50" tv's always have VA panels while all the other sizes of the same model of TV have IPS panels (or ADS panels in this case)
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Jun 18, 2012
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is this the cheapest 120Hz TV? I'm looking specifically for a 120hz one for my PS5
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stingyshopper wrote: fyi the 50" version of this TV uses a VA panel where as the other sizes all use ADS panels.
That's weird that they'd make the smallest tv the best one
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How would this compare to the Philips 40" monitor (BDM4065UC). I've had it for 6 years and it's been great as a monitor for work. I don't game. But wife has been hijacking it when working from home for the added real estate compared to her computer with 2x24" 1080p monitors. Was thinking about getting her something like mine.
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Oct 11, 2006
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Iz dis legit 120hz not that simulated flicker fake version?
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kingsford wrote: Iz dis legit 120hz not that simulated flicker fake version?
It's the real deal, 4k @ 120Hz @ 4:4:4
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Oct 25, 2001
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Would you buy this?

"Na"

What about you?

"No"

And what do you think?

"Cell, no buy"
RFD OG 20+ years
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Jun 4, 2004
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LG's site has little info on the specs. Does this display 4k at 60Hz through HDMI? My current monitor requires Displayport for that refresh rate.
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Viper98 wrote: That's weird that they'd make the smallest tv the best one
Im a big fan of VA also. Higher contrast makes the picture better to me. It makes the picture more deep and 3D. As long as the colours are close, id rather have higher contrast. Not willing to spend on OLED yet and any potential of burn-in is a turn off for me.
Local dimming LED is the sweetspot in my opinion.
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Great TV! I’m using last years 49 as my wfh and gaming monitor. Real 4k120hz for both ps5 and Xbox. At this price nothing comes close for specs and performance (yes oleds are superior but at ~2-3 times the price) fwiw this has the same chipset/processor as their C1 OLED
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mack wrote: Great TV! I’m using last years 49 as my wfh and gaming monitor. Real 4k120hz for both ps5 and Xbox. At this price nothing comes close for specs and performance (yes oleds are superior but at ~2-3 times the price) fwiw this has the same chipset/processor as their C1 OLED
How far back do you sit from youur 49" ?

I am debating doing the same and getting rid of my 27" 1440p monitor, days of caring about fps competitively are over, and want more real estate for work / casual gaming.

Just seemed a bit big, was hoping for 42" but the specs/price here seem pretty worth it given true 120hz hard to find at low end.

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