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The picture quality of the LG E7P does not suffer from much deterioration when viewed from other angles. While the colors might look off as brightness decreases with the viewing angle, the black levels and uniformity remains the same throughout, thus the panel retains most of its usual picture quality. This TV is a great choice if you require wider than usual viewing angles that LED panels can't provide. See More
The user interface of modern smart TVs can include some advertisements similar to those on the internet or in a mobile app. The LG E7P's interface includes ads that can’t be removed — there is no option to disable or opt-out from it. Compared to other smart TVs (e.g. Samsung's), ads on this TV can be really annoying because they're almost everywhere: video ads in LG's Content Store, apps menu, and even voice search results. See More
The LG E7P is an 4K OLED TV with perfectly uniform blacks and infinite contrast ratio, achieved by its ability to manipulate pixels individually. This, along with its color uniformity and wide color gamut, gives it exceptional picture quality and makes it the perfect choice for movies. It also has no issues with brightness levels as the panel can reach up to ~700 nits of brightness when playing HDR content, and it handles reflections very well. See More
Because the LG E7P has an OLED panel, it has near-perfect pixel response time; the motion blur is virtually non-existent at sub-1ms, which means this TV will have no issues with displaying extremely fast-moving objects — they will look smooth without any blur or lag. See More