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LG Nanocell 75UQA TV Review

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LG Nanocell 75UQA is a midrange IPS-panel TV with wide viewing angles, good response time, and low input lag, making it okay for casual gaming or TV. However, patchy screens in dark rooms and excessive glare in bright rooms aren’t suitable for serious movie viewing.

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Product Snapshot

Overview

The LG Nanocell 75UQA is an entry-level 4K TV that debuted in 2022. It features IPS panels that prioritize wide viewing angles and has excellent reflection handling because of its semi-gloss anti-reflective coating.

Its input lag is fairly low (9.9ms) for casual gaming, and the TV has three HDMI 2.0 ports and two USB ports.

Unfortunately, the contrast ratio is low (783:1), the refresh rate is 60 Hz, and the TV lacks variable refresh rates. On the upside, similar to the best TVs,

LG’s webOS proprietary smart interface is easy to navigate and runs plenty of streaming apps, while the remote control’s pointer makes navigation simpler.

Consensus

our Verdict

With its low peak brightness (tested at 262 nits), the LG Nanocell 75UQA TV is satisfactory for moderately lit rooms.

You get three HDMI 2.0 inputs sufficient for gaming, but despite excellent reflection handling, the low brightness causes glare, and the 60 Hz refresh rate isn’t great for fast-paced gaming.

Colors lack vibrancy because of the low contrast ratio (783:1), and it makes blacks grayish in dark rooms, but there’s no blooming to worsen dark visuals.

The TV switches to Game Mode for consistent picture quality, and the remote’s pointer enables smooth navigation. LG’s webOS is seamless and user-friendly, and the viewing angle is wide (color shift at 70°) for family movie gatherings.

Doubling as a responsive gaming monitor, the TV’s tested input lag is low (9.9ms).

ReasonS to Buy

  • 3 HDMI ports
  • Great reflection handling
  • No blooming
  • Automatic switching to Game mode
  • TV remote features a pointer
  • Seamless user interface
  • Wide viewing angles
  • Low input lag

Reason to Avoid

  • Low peak brightness causes glare
  • Poor contrast
  • Low refresh rate
  • Colors don’t pop

LG Nanocell 75UQA TV Specs

Backlight TypeBacklight TypeDirect Lit
Display TypeLED
HDMI Inputs3
HDR FormatHDR10, HLG
LED Panel TypeLED Panel TypeNanoCell LED
Max Resolution3840 x 2160 (4k)
Refresh Rate60 Hz
Screen size75"
Smart PlatformSmart PlatformwebOS
VRRVRRNo

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Product Comparison

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Market Context

The LG Nanocell 75UQA is an entry-level 4K TV that debuted in 2022. It features IPS panels that prioritize wide viewing angles and has excellent…

The LG Nanocell 75UQA is an entry-level 4K TV that debuted in 2022. It features IPS panels that prioritize wide viewing angles and has excellent reflection handling because of its semi-gloss anti-reflective coating.

Its input lag is fairly low (9.9ms) for casual gaming, and the TV has three HDMI 2.0 ports and two USB ports.

Unfortunately, the contrast ratio is low (783:1), the refresh rate is 60 Hz, and the TV lacks variable refresh rates. On the upside, similar to the best TVs,

LG’s webOS proprietary smart interface is easy to navigate and runs plenty of streaming apps, while the remote control’s pointer makes navigation simpler.

The LG Nanocell 75UQA has good reflection handling, but the LG C1 OLED is better. The C1 features an extra HDMI port bringing the total…

The LG Nanocell 75UQA has good reflection handling, but the LG C1 OLED is better. The C1 features an extra HDMI port bringing the total to four, while the LG Nanocell only has three. However, the LG Nanocell has better color accuracy out of the box, whereas the LG C1 OLED doesn’t quite match up in that area. If you want an LG model that removes 24p judder from any source, read our LG G2 OLED TV review.

Streaming movies in the dark is better with the Samsung Q60/Q60T QLED due to its superior contrast and black uniformity, unlike the LG Nanocell’s screen,…

Streaming movies in the dark is better with the Samsung Q60/Q60T QLED due to its superior contrast and black uniformity, unlike the LG Nanocell’s screen, which becomes patchy in the dark. The Samsung also has better peak brightness to overcome glare, while the LG isn’t best suited in a bright room. That said, the LG has a better viewing angle for wide seat arrangements. Read our LG UN9000 TV review for another option with a wide viewing angle. And for an even larger option, check out our LG 80 TV review.

The Hisense A6G is great at upscaling content compared to the LG Nanocell. Even though the viewing angles with the Hisense are slightly wider than…

The Hisense A6G is great at upscaling content compared to the LG Nanocell. Even though the viewing angles with the Hisense are slightly wider than the LG, the LG is better at handling reflections. If you want a high-quality LG model perfect for gaming, read our LG C2 OLED TV review.

Backlight Type

Direct Lit

Full-Array

Direct Lit

Self-Emitting Pixels

Display Type

LED

OLED

LED

OLED

HDMI Inputs

3

4

4

4

HDR Format

HDR10, HLG

Dolby Vision, HDR10, HLG

Dolby Vision, HDR10, HLG

Dolby Vision, HDR10, HDR10+, HLG

LED Panel Type

NanoCell LED

OLED

LED

OLED

Max Resolution

3840 x 2160 (4k)

3840 x 2160 (4k)

3840 x 2160 (4k)

3840 x 2160 (4k)

Refresh Rate

60 Hz

120 Hz

120 Hz

120 Hz

Screen size

75"

55", 65", 77", 83"

65"

42", 48", 55", 65", 77", 83"

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