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LG 55NANO75UPA 55” Smart TV Review

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The LG 55NANO75UPA TV is a 4k NanoCell TV. It runs on LG’s webOS interface. It comes with tuners (Analog, ATSC, Clear QAM). It does not support a 3D display. Its number of pixels is 3840 X 2160 pixels Ultra HD. Its processor is the Quad Core Processor 4K (LM21A). It has no camera and supports image file formats like JPEG, MPO, and JPS.

The LG NANO75 TV has a magic remote control (MR21). The remote App is the LG ThinQ. There are six quick-access buttons at the bottom of the remote. Apart from the remote, the TV comes with a power cable, cable management inserts, cable tie, manuals, and two AA batteries. There are ads and you cannot opt-out. The remote is large. The remote and the remote app support voice commands. It doesn’t have any HDMI 2.1 ports. It has an okay distortion performance. Its power consumption in sleep/stand mode is 0.5watts.


  • HDMI: 3
  • USB: 2
  • Wi-Fi
  • IPS panel
  • LED
  • 4K Ultra HD Resolution
  • HDR Gaming
  • HDR 10
  • HDR 10+
  • Ethernet port
  • Apple Home Kit
  • Apple TV
  • Apple Airplay2
  • Amazon Alexa
  • Google Assistant (N/A for the UK and Germany)
  • Noise Reduction
  • Weight: 14.8 kg
  • Thickness: 6.8cm (2.68”)



The design of the LG NANO75 TV is basic. The available color is ‘dark steel’. It has metallic borders. There is one button underneath the center of the TV which you can use to turn it on or off, and change inputs. The inputs are on the side of the TV. This is suitable if the TV is wall-mounted. The back is a thin, smooth metal panel. There are two hooks on the back for cable management.

The large back panel has a bit of flex to it. The stand is wide and would need a wide table. It raises the TV high for soundbars to fit in properly without blocking the image. It supports the TV well, though there is a bit of wobble.  The TV has a thickness of about 2.3”. Overall, the TV has a decent build quality.


The LG NANO75 is a 4k  perfect display TV. Its real scene peak brightness is 203 cd/square meter. The peak brightness in SDR and HDR is disappointing. The screen has a semi-gloss finish that reduces the intensity of direct reflection a bit. It gives images a bluish tint. It shows no sign of image retention. It does not support Dolby vision.

The TV has an unsatisfactory contrast, blacks look like gray in a dark room. It’s not very bright, it has a fair color gamut, but can’t display a wide color gamut. It doesn’t have a local dimming feature. The TV has a fair gray uniformity and a poor black uniformity. It has a reasonable viewing angle for wider seating arrangements.. It has a fair enough reflection handling. Fortunately, there is no risk of permanent burn-in.


The LG NANO75 TV has a decent frequency response. Its low-frequency extension (LFE) is high. It has a decent distortion performance. Some distortion occurs at moderate volume but is more noticeable at higher volume levels. For better sound, you could get a soundbar.


The LG NANO75 TV supports most of the base features of the PS5 and Xbox Series X.


For SDR content

  • Picture Mode: Expert (Dark Space,  night)
  • If you watch in a brighter room, the Picture Mode: Expert (Bright Space, day)
  • Contrast: 80
  • Color Depth: 50
  • Tint: 0
  • Color Temperature: Warm 50
  • For HDR content: Default settings

HDR  is automatically enabled for the native apps.

The Good The Bad
  • It has a decent color gamut.
  • It also has wide viewing angles that are suitable for a wide sitting arrangement.
  • It has a satisfactory grey uniformity.
  • For the game mode, the input lag is low.
  • It has HDR on YouTube.
  • Also, HDR in Netflix.
  • It lacks a high native contrast ratio. This makes it unable to display dark saturated colors very well.
  • There is no local dimming.
  • The black uniformity is insufficient
  • You will notice a permanent flicker in all picture modes.
  • This TV cannot overcome glare.
  • It has a poor color volume.



The LG NANAO75 is satisfactory for most uses. It is cool for watching TV shows or sports during the day. It has a wide viewing audience for a larger audience and low input lag for gaming. regrettably, it’s not a good choice for a dark room for watching movies due to its low contrast, low black uniformity, and no local dimming feature.