The LG 55LH5750 vs Philips 55HFL5010T comparison proves that these solutions have many common features. The screen size is the same and is 55 inches. The 55LH5750 belongs to the series LH5750, and the Philips 55HFL5010T - 5000. The LG 55LH5750 series has 55 inches diagonals, and 55HFL5010T boasts 32, 42, 55 inches diagonals.
None of the TVs play 4K/UHD content. Each of the compared devices supports Full HD resolution. The VA display is used in each of the models. The screen refresh rate is 60Hz, the leader can not be selected here.
Sound in the stereo format is available to each TV. The power of the speakers is identical. Dolby Atmos multi-channel audio format is not supported by both of the tested models.
The width of the 55LH5750 is 124.21/48.9 cm/in, and for the 55HFL5010T it is 123.2/48.5 cm/inches. The height of LG 55LH5750 is 72.39/28.5 cm/in, Philips 55HFL5010T of height 71.6/28.18 cm/inches. A depth 55LH5750 is 5.59/2.2 cm/in, the 55HFL5010T has 5.7/2.44 cm/in depth.
Each TV has 2 HDMI connectors. And you also can connect up to 1 devices via USB to each of the models. These rivals can connect to the Internet via WI-FI.
VESA sizes differ and amount to 400 x 400 versus 200 x 200 for the Philips 55HFL5010T.
You can watch Netflix TV shows and movies on each of the TVs. Hulu is available at each of the competitors.
As for Smart TV, here the competitors are equal and support this feature. The 55LH5750 has Local Dimming technology. Voice control is not supported by both models and it’s difficult to determine a leader. Voice control is not available for these models. Devices under consideration can be controlled using the Mobile App.
The LG 55LH5750 is better TV in this comparison. Check LG 55LH5750 price