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This 50-inch LG 4K TV is just $300 at Best Buy for Black Friday

LG UN7000 Series 5-Inch 4K Smart TV

There has been a flood of Black Friday TV sales so far as this year’s holiday shopping season got off to an early start, and if you’re looking to buy a new 4K television, there’s no better time than right now. The 2020 Black Friday deals are knocking the prices of 4K smart TVs down to the lowest prices we’ve seen, with great discounts on top models from brands like LG. One particularly great bargain is this 50-inch LG UN7000 Series UHD webOS TV which on sale from Best Buy right now for just $300.

This LG UN7000 Series 4K smart TV sits at 50 inches, which is a great size for areas where a larger 60-inch-plus television would overwhelm the room or simply wouldn’t fit at all. Along with that crisp 2160p Ultra HD resolution, the 50-inch panel features Active HDR10 (high dynamic range) to deliver superb color accuracy and upscale legacy content so that your old DVDs and other non-4K shows and movies won’t look blurry, pixelated, or “stretched out.” TruMotion 120 technology also keeps the picture running smoothly and mitigates immersion-breaking annoyances like stuttering and screen-tearing during fast-paced scenes (think gaming, action movies, and sports, to name just a few common examples).

As a smart television, the UN7000 Series 4K comes equipped with LG’s webOS software that makes it easy to start streaming right out of the box. The webOS smart platform features all the latest and most popular streaming apps like Netflix, Hulu, Apple TV, Disney+, Prime Video, and Sling, among others, while LG Channels gives you access to more than 180 streaming channels for movies, shows, sports, news, and more. The TV also works with Google Assistant and Amazon Alexa for easy syncing with other smart home devices and voice control with a compatible smart speaker.

The LG UN7000 Series 50-inch 4K TV is a bargain even at its normal price of $320, but the Best Buy Black Friday deals have it marked down to $300 — a modest discount to be sure, but a welcome one. This excellent webOS television would be the perfect addition to any bedroom, kid’s playroom, or smaller common room (it’d also make a great housewarming or holiday gift), and this is a chance to snag it for a little bit cheaper.

More Black Friday 4K TV deals available now

There are a ton of Black Friday TV sales up for grabs right now and you’d be doing yourself a disservice by not checking them out. If this 50-inch LG number isn’t to your liking, or if you just want to peruse more television bargains as the holiday sale season continues to heat up, we’ve got you covered:

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