If the LGs are prefix UP they are 2021-22 models and aren't in this guide. I will be doing another guide once it becomes more sensible to buy new stock. Presently you'll be looking at spending roughly 60-100 more for these TVs than they are worth.All, I’m on the look for a new 43” set for the bedroom. Replacing an ancient 32” Samsung.
I’ve had a quick look on RS who have these in stock:
I was initially looking at the LG’s. There is the 7500 £379 & the 7700 £429. Not sure what the difference is for the money?
There are also 2 Philips models at the same price points although never had a Philips before.
To give you an idea of where they stand the UP7500 is the new UN7300 and the UP7700 is the new UN7500. Because these TVs are in the same model line, picture quality is the same, but the higher end model will have small differences. For example; the aesthetic design of the TV, or the number of HDMI ports.
Before picking out specific models, first take a read of the opening post of the guide. You must understand that 1. Because of HDR, there's little value nowadays in buying smaller TVs. 2. You have to decide which panel type is most suited to your viewing conditions and preferences.
With the best panel type known, you can then narrow down your choices. If you can I'd advise going for discounted 2020-21 stock rather than overpriced 2021-22 stock. I won't recommend 2021-22 models until around Black Friday onward this year.