LG announces pricing and availability of its impressive 2021 TV range
LG has announced the pricing and availability of its 2021 TV line-up which includes OLED, NanoCell, 4K UHD TVs and 8K TVs with screen sizes up to 88-inches.
LG’s 2021 OLED TVs – series Z1, G1, C1, B1 and A1 – have true-to-life images and deep black levels thanks to the millions of self-lighting pixels that turn on and off on themselves without the need for a backlight.
Not having a backlight also makes the LG TVs even slimmer than a regular LED TV which can complement the décor in your home.
The LG OLED models in the G1 (Gallery) series includes the new OLED evo technology – a new OLED manufacturing process that offers brighter images.
The LG C1 OLED series offers the most screen size options which range from 43-inch all the way up to 83-inch.
For customers keen to enter the world of OLED, LG are also offering the A1 and B1 entry level OLEDs which start at less than $3,000 and $3,500 respectively.
LG’s 2021 NanoCell TV offerings provide a number of 4K options – NANO91, NANO86, NANO77 and NANO75 – with LG’s NanoCell display technology which uses nanoparticles to filter out any colour impurity and deliver life-colour and picture quality.
LG’s NanoCell TVs start at $1,599 for the 55-inch model.
The LG TV range includes support for Dolby Vision IQ, Dolby Atmos, HDR10 PRO and Filmmaker Mode.
The LG TVs also include a Game Optimiser to automatically apply the optimal picture settings for the type of game you’re playing.
Sports Alerts will also notify fans when Premier League, NBA and NFL games are coming up on free-to-air TV.
Many of the LG 2021 models also support HDMI 2.1 feature, enhanced Audio Return Channel (eARC) which makes it easier to connect the TV to a sound system or soundbar.
The TV models also support Automatic Low Latency Mode (ALLM) for seamless gaming and viewing.
The 2021 LG OLED TVs include the latest Alpha 9 Gen 4 AI processor with integrated deep learning.
The processor can also optimise the picture quality in real time depending on the content being viewed and the lighting conditions.
LG’s 2021 TVs are running webOS 6.0 – the latest version of the company’s smart TV platform which has been upgraded to provide faster access to your favourite apps with personalisation and recommendations based on your viewing habits.
“We’re excited about our range of TVs at LG Electronics this year. With intelligent upgrades, a great range of sizes, premium designs and even better picture quality, our new range of TVs continues to transform the way Australians enjoy their favourite content,” says Tony Brown, Marketing Manager for Home Entertainment at LG Electronics Australia.
The 2021 LG TV range will be available in stores in May.
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