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LG's 4K HDR TV just got a huge discount in the Amazon sales

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Amazon's end of summer sale is underway, with big savings on tech including TVs, and this 4K TV deal – courtesy of the LG TV 2019 range – is one of the best of the lot. 

LG doesn't tend to make many budget TVs – usually angling for mid-range and premium offerings with its OLED (organic LED) panel technology, which has been taking the high-end TV market by storm.

Below LG's best OLED TVs, though, is its 4K LED TV range – with plenty of the processing smarts and 4K / HDR technologies we expect to see in a modern smart TV. And this particular set, the LG UM7510 (2019), is getting a discount of up to 40% off its RRP across all four sizes: 43-inch, 49-inch, 55-inch, and 65-inch.

The saving gets bigger for larger panel sizes, but even the 43- and 49-inch models can save you a pretty penny.

You can see the deal for each model below, but make sure to move fast while these prices last – we saw similar discounts for the Sony XG70 (from the Sony TV 2019 range), but that very quickly returned to its previous price.

LG 43-inch 4K HDR LED TV | £599 £425 | 29% off
This entry-level HDR TV offers a world of expanded colors and enhanced contrast, with a crisp 4K resolution, 20W speakers, and LG's leading webOS smart platform. It can't compete with LG's premium OLED sets, but at this price it doesn't have to.View Deal

LG 49-inch 4K HDR LED TV | £699 £499 | 29% off
If 43 inches isn't big enough for you, get the next size up, with a sizeable £200 saving on the 49-inch model.View Deal

LG 55-inch 4K HDR LED TV | £799 £599 | 25% off
Or consider £300 off the flagship 55-inch model. And if that isn't enough screen for your eyes...View Deal

LG 65-inch 4K HDR LED TV | £1,299 £799 | 39% off
The biggest saving is, unsurprisingly, for the biggest TV – with a whopping £500 off the 65-inch model. That's how to get a big screen in your home at an affordable price.View Deal

Henry St Leger

As Home Cinema Editor, Henry lives and breathes televisions, which is bad for the lungs but great for his content addiction. He also reports on VR, video games, smart speakers, and home entertainment.