LG is bringing out its first OLED TVs in the form of large-screen units in 2021 and 2022. The new C1 and B2 models feature a 120Hz refresh rate, but lack some of the features found on their predecessors. These models will still have a 5.1.2-channel sound system and HDMI 2.1 connectivity. The smaller B1 model is available in 55-inch and 65-inch sizes.
The LG 2020 CX OLED is the next step up, and follows on from the popular LG C9 OLED. It features a new 42-inch OLED, a screen that’s almost the same size as an ordinary 47-inch screen. It also uses an alpha 9 Gen 3 Processor, which makes it the first OLED TV to feature this chip. The model is also wall-mountable and can accommodate most standard television stands.
The biggest news for OLED televisions is the brightness, with the G2 OLED boasting a brightness increase of 20% over its predecessor, the C2. The new LG G2 is also a flush-fitting TV with a curved glass screen. The G2 will come in 55-, 65-, and 77-inch sizes. It will feature a 120Hz refresh rate and a 1.4GHz quad-core processor.
The G1 and C2 will introduce a new higher-brightness OLED panel in 2022. The C2 will have more peak brightness numbers and improved heat dissipation from its components, but the C2 should still outperform the CX from two years ago. These new models are available now.
The new C1 4K OLED is the successor to the popular CX OLED and is a slimmer version of its predecessor. It has an a9 Gen 4 AI processor and an improved 83-inch screen. It also offers Dolby Atmos and 4K HDR. A full range of LG OLED TVs is available today.
The company is also adding new display screen sizes. A new 42-inch OLED for the C series is being introduced, while the smallest OLED is 48-inches. The new OLED G2 is a follow-up of the 2021 LG G1, and is known as a “Gallery OLED” because it displays LG’s newest generation of OLED evo panel.
The LG G1 is already a popular gaming TV and has VRR. The LG C2 will also receive a 97-inch 4K OLED. The G1 will receive a 42-inch OLED with a QD-OLED technology. The company has also announced new OLED for the G2 series.
The LG C1 4K OLED is the successor of the CX OLED, and it features a new 83-inch size. Both the C1 and the Z2 feature a 9-generation AI processor and support for Dolby Vision and Dolby Atmos. These new televisions will be available in 2022 and are the most expensive compared to other manufacturers in the market.
In addition to the C1 4K OLED, LG is adding new screen sizes in both extremes. The 42-inch OLED was previously available in the C series, while the 97-inch G series is getting an 88-inch 8K OLED model. The most notable OLED TVs are the one that supports both Dolby Vision and Dolby Atmos and comes in a variety of sizes.
The latest OLED TVs from LG will be available in spring and summer. The company is also introducing new models in the G series and C7 series. The C7 series will get a 42-inch OLED, while the G7 sequence will receive an unlimited 97-inch OLED. This will be the smallest OLED TV in the company’s 2022 line-up.
LG is adding two new screen sizes to its OLED lineup for 2022. The 42-inch OLED joins the C-series, while the 97-inch model joins the G-series. While the company previously offered 83- and 88-inch 8K models, the new OLEDs will span 42 inches to 107 inches.
The C2 series has a slimmer and lighter design, while the G2 models have a much more upscale feel. Both models are available in 77-inch and 85-inch sizes. The B2 has improved game settings, including a fifth preset for sports games. The a9 Gen5 processor in the lower A-series will support cloud gaming services such as Google Stadia.
In addition to increasing the brightness of the C series, LG has added a fifth gaming preset, so that gamers can tweak key settings without having to open a full game optimizer menu. The G series is also getting a 97-inch 4K model. The G-series previously had 83-inch, 88-inch and 107-inch 4K TVs.
The C2 is a step up from the entry-level BX series and follows on from the renowned LG C9. The G series features an eight-inch OLED while the C9 features an eight-inch model. The smaller C2 is likely to come in a 77-inch option. The lower-end model is more affordable than the larger models. Despite its cheaper price, it doesn’t benefit from AI upscaling, so it’s likely to be an entry-level model in the company’s lineup.