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Samsung RU7100 43"/50" $558.40/$632 | LG UM7600PTA 43"/50" $552/$632 + Delivery (Free Pickup) & More @ Appliance Central eBay


Delivery has exclusions.1 Free local pickup in Villawood, NSW.

Other options if delivery is too high or excluded: JB Hi-Fi has the Samsung 43" for $595 and the 50" for $695

2019 models:

UA43RU7100WXXY Samsung Series 7 43" RU7100 4K UHD TV $558.40

UA50RU7100WXXY Samsung 50 Inch RU7100 4K UHD TV $632

UA55RU7100WXXY Samsung 55" 4K UHD SMART TV $792

43UM7600PTA LG 43 inch 4K UHD SMART LED TV $552

50UM7600PTA LG 50" Smart 4K UHD AI ThinQ TV $632

55UM7600PTA LG 55 inch 4K UHD SMART LED TV $798.40

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    Samsung TV vs LG, which one better?

    • +2 votes

      Depends on which models you're comparing. Can't apply blanket statements to which is better overall.

    • +1 vote

      One of the biggest (if not the biggest) differences you'll notice most is the User Interface.

      LG has a point and click interface (point with remote and click).

      Samsung has (in my opinion) the second best user interface, after LG.

      I have a Samsung tv and the user interface is great (I have tried both in-store) and I prefer the Samsung interface, but most people seem to prefer the LG interface.

      One other thing you'll notice quickly, is if you buy a Samsung tv with a unified remote.

      Once again, some people prefer it, most don't.

      I don't like the Samsung unified remote because it's not intuitive, voice search doesn't really work (I gave up on that), so what you're left with is a remote that takes several button clicks to do the same thing that would take just one button click with a 'normal' remote.

      In the end, as bert-lifts said, it just depends on your preferences.

      They're both great brands (possibly the best, maybe you can add Sony to this list) so you won't go wrong whichever one you choose.


    Anyone have experience with claiming warranty with them? I am in Melbourne, if I have to ship back for faulty, it will outweigh the saving?


      I think they pay return postage.

      Either way, it doesn't matter because Samsung will service the tv at your place.

      I bought from a local retailer and wasn't looking forward to dragging a big tv back to the retailer as you'd have to do with most things.

      But a call to Samsung had me in contact with two authorised repairers the same day, and fixed on second working day.

      I can't recommend Samsung highly enough for tv service.


        Thank you. I have never thought of the in home service for large TV. PayPal also provide return shipping up to $45 in worse case scenario.
        If anyone still after these TV from appliance central, they are still available with code PLAN20 until 17 Sept


          Lol you forgot about the in home service and I forgot about PayPal return service.

          Seriously though, brilliant tvs, I highly recommend.

          Well, I only have the Samsung, so I can't comment on the LG.


            @BooYa: Compared both on TGG display units, Samsung is more vibrant (I am not sure if the salesperson has configured both TV properly). But Rtings confirm the contrast on Samsung is higher. LG is bit dull but good enough for me. viewing angle is on par as far as I can see. Based on my experience the Samsung UI and apps are bit slow, so I tried LG this time due to it's smart remote. I can share more once I got the TV.


              @Paladin2015: I think Samsung come with the unified remote.

              I like the point and click idea of LG user interface, too bad if they're slow.

              I compared them both carefully too before buying and also prefer the Samsung picture, but I'm not after a new tv atm.

              Thanks for the info though.

              Ps. When I was doing my research, I found that rtings (US versions) have different model codes.

              And not just different from Australia, but also confusing.

              For example, let's say there's 6100, 6300, 6700, 6900 models - the US model 6100 can be the same as our 6300, making comparison very tricky.