The Black Friday sales are finally here and it's the perfect time to pick up a new TV, particularly if it's been a few years since you upgraded.
AO.com has just dropped an amazing deal on a 55" LG smart TV which you can now pick up for £979—£520 less than the RRP of £1499.
It comes with a stunningly sharp 4K Ultra HD screen as well as Smart TV features that allow it to be controlled with Amazon Alexa and Google Assistant.
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The TV also has extra-wide viewing angles as well as an AI Sound Pro feature which adjusts the volume to ensure you hear everything perfectly. View the deal here
OLED technology is widely considered one of the best for gaming, as it means every single pixel is lit up.
This gives you clearer black images as well as much stronger contrast and colours. It also has HDR10 Pro and a fast refresh rate of 120Hz, making it perfect for a next-gen console like the Playstation 5 or the Xbox Series X.
LG's Seamless Screen design also means the TV is ultra-thin, so it will look good in the living room even if it's switched off.
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If you're looking to ditch your old TV and don't fancy an LG model, Samsung might be able to help you. The Korean tech giant is offering up to £600 off some of its top-end 8K TVs when you trade in your old gogglebox.
The trade-in deals include:
- Samsung QN900B 8K TV (from £3,899) – £600 off
- Samsung QN800B 8K TV (from £4399) – £600 off
- Samsung QN700B 8K TV (from £2699) – £500 off
- Samsung 43" The Frame Art 4K TV (from £999) – £200 off
Samsung will collect your old TV when they deliver the new discounted model, so you don't have to do anything except prepare it for recycling.
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