LG Smart TV With Dolby Vision – A Review

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LG has just announced that they are now offering two models of the LG Smart TV, one with Dolby Vision and the other without. This is to compete against the new Google and Apple TV and they are hoping that this will allow them to be the only smart TV brand in the market.

In terms of the features of the two new LG Smart TV models, the two competing products are similar in many respects. Each contains a quad-core CPU, which is in itself impressive given the size of each chip. They also both have a high-quality LCD screen, a similar resolution to what is found in other televisions on the market.

The first issue with both the LG and Sony models is that it is difficult to tell them apart based on appearance alone. The first one I purchased looked like a regular plasma, but it was clearly not and the second one didn’t look like a normal TV, but it was.

The key feature with the LG model is the ability to access content from a library, while the Samsung version only provides access to certain apps. Both of these are convenient for the user, but the reality is that one is a service and the other is an app. The idea is that users can easily download the apps that they want to use, and the owners can also remove the ones that they don’t want.

You will be able to purchase one that can do everything and then add some video apps to it and then if you like, you can move it over to a different room or television, for a totally different experience. The LG version of Smart TV can be used for personal entertainment, but also as a home theatre as well.


The LG Smarthome also has the ability to play Blu-Ray movies, and it allows for the ability to connect to the internet. There is also a built-in Wi-Fi connection for quicker downloads and sharing of videos.

The biggest difference between the two Smarthome models is the hardware that is included. The LG Smart TV with Dolby Vision has the same processor, high quality LED backlight and similar high-end LCD screen. All of this is packed into a smaller body than what is offered with the Samsung version.

The new Dolby Vision feature that the TV offers is simply to turn the TV into a home theatre, that is being able to view content from Dolby Vision, like Dolby Atmos, Wide Color Gamut and more. These are all things that only have been available on larger television sets. By having the ability to use all of these features, you can have a full home theatre experience without having to pay a fortune to do so.

While the new Dolby Vision feature is important to me, it is the new remote control from LG that has me interested in this TV. It is very easy to use and gives me the freedom of using this television like any other, minus the fact that it can also be used as a television.

I also like the extra features that are included in the LG Smarthome, like the On Deck Hub which is a good device to have with you, especially for the busy executive who doesn’t want to fumble around while they are on the go. It is designed to make a quick and easy connection to your internet so that you can get up to speed quickly, just by plugging it into your TV.

The top of the line in the LG Smarthome is the cost, which is significantly lower than the price of a new flat-screen television. This is a great option for anyone looking to start a family with the new technology but wants to stay with their budget.

Finally, I’d like to say that the new LG Smarthome is a really good product. With all of the features included, it’s hard to think of it as anything but a new TV, and that is just what it is.



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