In this post we will go through the LG 55UK6300 review. The LG 55UK6300 review is structured in five sections.
LG 55UK6300 Specs
Screen Size: 55″
4K Ultra HD (3,840 x 2,160): Yes
Refresh Rate: TruMotion 120 (Refresh Rate 60Hz)
IPS Technology: Yes
4K Active HDR: Yes
HDR Format Support: HDR10, HLG
True Color Accuracy: Yes
4K Upscaler: Yes
LG AI ThinQ®: Yes
Google Assistant: Ready (Magic Remote Required, Sold Separately. Usage of the built-in Google Assistant feature requires activation by Google – expected in the near future)
Google Home Compatible: Yes (Google Home device sold separately)
Amazon Alexa Compatible: Yes (Amazon Alexa device sold separately)
Intelligent Voice Recognition: Ready (Magic Remote Required, Sold Separately)
Universal Control Capability: Ready (Magic Remote Required, Sold Separately)
LG Content Store (App Store): Yes
Full Web Browser: Yes
Channel Plus: Yes
Screen Share: Yes
Content Share: Yes
Speaker System: 2.0 channel
Output Power: 20W
DTS Decoder: DTS-HD
Bluetooth Audio Playback: Yes
LG Sound Sync: Yes
Simulated Surround Sound: Ultra Surround
Wi-Fi® Built In: Yes (802.11ac)
Bluetooth®: Yes (4.2)
Wi-Fi Direct: Yes
IP Control: Yes
Simplink (HDMI CEC): Yes
Tuner: ATSC, Clear QAM
HDMI v 2.0: 3 (1 rear, 2 side)
Audio Return Channel Support (via HDMI): Yes (HDMI 2)
USB: 2 (1 rear, 1 side)
RF In (Antenna/Cable): 1 (rear)
Composite In: Yes
Ethernet: 1 (rear)
Digital Audio Out (Optical): 1 (rear)
LG 55UK6300 has a very good picture quality thanks to the 4k resolution which is four times greater than full HD. The most important display feature is the Active HDR which brings the content to life thanks to the beautiful colors it displays and it is very useful when watching those nature documentaries or even when playing games. However, we have some bad news for the movie lovers because this TV doesn’t support local dimming. Local dimming technology dims the backlight of the screen where the colors are black thus providing darker blacks. We are not saying that the blacks on this TV are lousy but they are not as good as they would be if the TV would support local dimming. We will give 4/5 points for the LG 55UK6300 review part of the picture quality.
LG 55UK6300 has two new very interesting features this year and those are ThinQ and Google assistant. ThinQ is LG’s artificial intelligence which makes the TV the hub for all your smart devices. So you can control all the smart devices in your home through the TV. LG 55UK6300 is also compatible with Google home and Alexa devices. Apart from these new features there are also the usual ones that almost every smart TV has. These include connection to the internet through the built-in wireless technology or through the Ethernet port and screen sharing technology with your smartphone. The operating system is user-friendly and you can also download useful apps and stream content from the biggest streaming companies. We will give 5/5 points for the LG 55UK6300 review part of the features.
LG 55UK6300 has two built-in speakers with 10W power each. The total output of 20 W is usually enough, unless you are standing too far from the TV. If that is the case, you should consider buying external speakers that will turn your room into a home theater. The ultra surround mode is good, especially if you buy external speakers and the sound is clear also but that depends on the content quality. We will give 4/5 points for the LG 55UK6300 review part of the sound.
LG 55UK6300 has a very good design overall and the color looks good. The frame is quite thin which will make the TV look good if you wall mount it. Also some of the connection ports are on the side so shouldn’t be a problem if you wall mount it. The stands do not look bad either but they are so common amongst TV designs. We will give 4.5/5 points for the LG 55UK6300 review part of the design.
The LG 55UK6300 price was $469 as of November 2018 which is not that bad for a 4K TV. We will give 5/5 points for the LG 55UK6300 review part of the price.
LG 55UK6300 Review Conclusions
LG 55UK6300 is a very good TV in general. The picture quality is very good thanks to the 4k resolution and active HDR technology. It also comes with new features this year like the ThinQ technology and compatibility with Google home and Alexa devices. The sound is also loud and clear but that also depends on the content quality. Design is also very good and the price is not bad either. We hope our LG 55UK6300 review has been helpful to you.
Should I buy LG 55UK6300?
We made the LG 55UK6300 review because this is a very good TV. However we also recommend taking a look at this other TV LG 55UJ6300.