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LG 65UM7300PUA Alexa Built-in 65" 4K Ultra HD Smart LED TV (2019)

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Size: 65-Inch

Style: TV


  • Quad core processor: Improves images, action and color, reducing distracing video noise and motion blur, enhancing sharpness and portraying accurate colors
  • LG Thinq, Alexa and Google Assistant: LG TVs are the first to integrate both the Google Assistant and Alexa with LG ThinQ AI technology
  • 4K Active HDR: 4K resolution TV detail and more lifelike picture with scene by scene picture adjustment; Supports HDR formats, HDR10 and HLG
  • IPS 4K: wide viewing angle keeps you enthralled with spectacular realism displaying almost 100 percent color accuracy, even from a 60 degree angle
  • Access AI based entertainment with Webos: There's a lot to love about LGs award winning, easy to use platform
  • Airplay 2: with AirPlay 2 built in, you can effortlessly cast anthing from Apple iPhone or laptop to your LG AI TV

Screen Size: 65 Inches

Brand: LG

Supported Internet Services: Alexa

Display Technology: LED

Resolution: 4K

Refresh Rate: 60 Hz

Special Feature: Flat

Model Name: 65UM7300PUA

Included Components: Remote Control, Power Cable, E-Manual, Remote Control Batteries, Quick Start Guide

Connectivity Technology: Wireless, Bluetooth, USB, Ethernet, HDMI

Brand Name: ‎LG

Item Weight: ‎47.6 pounds

Product Dimensions: ‎10.6 x 57.6 x 36 inches

Item model number: ‎65UM7300PUA

Special Features: ‎Flat

Date First Available: May 10, 2019

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Top Amazon Reviews

  • Great TV, terrible remote.
Size: 55-Inch Style: TV
EDIT: The TV has airplay now and we are happy with it. call me thing holding us back from five stars is a terrible remote. The iPhone app which acts as a remote isn't really better. I do software development, and I bought this TV so that we could quickly, painlessly, and dependably cast our laptops, desktops, iPads, and iPhones to a TV screen for a group to see and discuss. So for me, the sole differentiator and the ONE reason I bought *this* TV over the myriad of other good TV choices was because LG claims here on Amazon and elsewhere that this TV supports AirPlay 2 and HomeKit after updating the firmware. However, as of August 24, 2019, my firmware is completely updated, and the TV still does NOT yet support AirPlay 2 or HomeKit. The television itself is excellent. The picture is fantastic; the ports are sensible, and while you do wish it could be operated better without a remote, at least the one button the TV does have, on the bottom edge, allows you to do some things, even if doing the is clunky. The two plastic pieces that act as the legs to prop the TV up are barely adequate. The TV wobbles a LOT and these legs easily come off accidentally when you reposition the TV, even when they are snapped on properly. Of course this isn't a problem if you are wall mounting the TV, but if you aren't, you might consider gluing the legs in place. If you are by yourself and a leg comes off, you will have an awkward time unplugging everything from the TV so you can position it to put the leg back on. The TV runs WebOS, so its functions are familiar and its features are fairly good. The TV REMOTE is poor. It has buttons you may never use on it, and omits buttons you would think every remote would have, like rewind and forward. The pointer seems to never point straight ahead, although shaking it can help it get a bit better. Compared to other remotes I'm used to, the LG remote that comes with this TV forces me to do a lot more clicking and navigating to do things that are simple and quick with other products' remotes. Still, the physical remote is better than the "LG TV Plus" mobile app for iOS. The app lets you use your iPhone or iPad as a TV remote, however it is so bad I cannot believe anyone at LG actually uses it. If someone there did, they'd know how bad it is and would have fixed the app by now. The layout of the app is okay at times, and nonsensical at other times. What is worse, it is so buggy that I can make the remote crash *EVERY* time I use it by doing the same things. This happens on 2 different iPad Pros (latest model), and on the latest model iPhone XS. The free casting app that comes with the TV is basically an add meant to entice you to upgrade to their paid version so that you'll have something actually useful. I'm in a tough spot with this TV. There is no way I want to keep it if it doesn't really support AirPlay 2 or HomeKit. I could have bought a different brand TV for a better price I wanted to do without the Apple features. I *hate* returning things — and I definitely do not want to return this — but if the TV isn't what LG told us it was, and given how important that one feature is to us, then I'm not sure I have a choice. Here's hoping LG soon pushes the Apple features they claim they have. But if you're wanting a TV with a great picture, sensible port options, WebOS, a mediocre remote, and if AirPlay isn't an urgent feature for you, this TV would be a recommended buy. ... show more
Reviewed in the United States 🇺🇸 on August 24, 2019 by Tom L. Pittman

  • Best customer service
Size: 65-Inch Style: TV
First: this thing is HUGE. Second: that’s what she said. On to the actual review though ——> I bought this television on Black Friday when it was marked down from $1,000 to $499.99 and have been fooling with the remote features all day. I was under the impression you HAD to also have the 4K Amazon streaming stick/box for it to function correctly but so many apps are already installed on the tube that it really isn’t necessary (which is nice since I can’t quite figure out how to even operate the thing yet and get to the fire stick anyway). There are some apps on the fire stick that aren’t available on the television though, like Fubo (a paid television streaming service that we use to watch local television channels and sports - which is a total buzz kill ... I have GOT to learn how to use the stinking remote!) and a few others. The sound is also great. Even without the Vizio sound bar that I finally figured out how to connect to the tv but only through Bluetooth despite the optical cable being installed, thus creating the Ninja Audio Effect (mouths moving 4-5 seconds before the audio starts, causing you to try to lip read and testing your skills in the event you ever go deaf - sad to say, I suck. Good news is, I’m fluent in asl and my charades game is strong). I really don’t know how to fix this and I’ve tried everything I can think of so for now, no sound bar. I admit that the pointer/laser on the remote is nifty and much like using a wireless computer mouse HOWEVER there are some screens that mousing over works and others you have to use the actual click to select function of literally every remote you’ve ever used. I’ve finally figured out how to tell which are which by the screen set up. (( I think)) In all, I am VERY happy with my purchase. Then enters the delivery... by far this was the biggest cluster-&$#% delivery ever in the history of deliveries. No fault to Amazon as a whole (I am an amazon junkie and love the Amazon family, in spite of this nightmare), but the drivers flat out lied and said I wasn’t home to accept and sign for the package... oh honey. Yes. I most certainly was! I live on a road with little to no traffic and the street name is VERY unique and literally NO OTHER PLACE IN THE WORLD HAS MY STREET NAME so I have no idea where they “attempted” to deliver to. But it certainly was not me. I confronted the woman who left me a voicemail saying “sorry, not sorry” asking why she would leave that message when at the exact moment she left it I was outside on my front deck, and she wasn’t here in spirit or flesh and she said it wasn’t her that called. 🙄 I literally have your voice on my phone, chick. It was certainly YOU. (Which is basically how the conversation went) I ended up on the phone with the delivery customer service ladies NO LESS THAN 10 TIMES TRYING TO FIND MY STINKING LOOT. Long story short(ish); the whole delivery process was enough to make Andy Bernard lose his cool. The back and forth put me in a seriously foul mood but praise God for Amazon customer service! I recommend Amazon and this television to ANYONE! ... show more
Reviewed in the United States 🇺🇸 on December 7, 2019 by TexasJess

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