LG white + Ikea Abstract high-gloss white photos:
I just visited a local BestBuy toting an Ikea Abstrakt high-gloss white drawer front, and my Nikon D3s, plus a small Nikon SB-600 Speedlight (on-board flash). Surprisingly, the LG is pretty white. Under the weird metal-halide industrial lighting used in BestBuy stores, none of the brands appear "white." To the naked eye, under same lighting, the LGs appear to have the tiniest bit of red in them, while the Samsungs appear to have the very slightest amount of yellow. I was able to confirm this (but only barely) in a photo editing application where I can see relative RGB values in the captured images. But, happily, the LG is pretty darned white, despite what it looks like in the store.
My selected exposure overrided most of the ambient light present, so the image was lit primarily by my daylight-color temperature (5,600-degrees, Kelvin) on-board flash--the camera's white balance was set to "electronic flash." No color-correction was applied in post: