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LG unveils stunning 97-inch G2 OLED evo Gallery Edition TV

LG has unveiled the world’s largest OLED TV – the LG OLED evo Gallery Edition TV (Model 97G2) – which will go on sale around the world, including in Australia, in the coming weeks.

The 97G2 takes the self-lit LG OLED technology to its largest size ever with the premium 97-inch screen.

The new 97-inch LG OLED will be showcased at the upcoming IFA 2022 trade show in Berlin as part of the expanded line-up of the companies premium televisions.

LG has responded to demands from viewers not only here in Australia but around the world who are opting for bigger screen sizes.

LG already has large screens in its OLED, micro LED and QNED TV ranges and these will all be on display at IFA.

Recent market research indicates OLED TV’s will make up 55 per cent of the premium TV market in Europe this year with that figure set to grow to 66 per cent by 2023.

That same report also predicts that in 2022, global sales of TVs 70 inches and above will reach nearly 15 million units and increase to more than 17 million next year.

The LG 97-inch OLED evo Gallery Edition TV is powered by the company’s A9 Gen 5 AI processor and advanced picture algorithms to deliver crisp and natural lifelike images to provide a cinematic viewing experience.

The 97-inch G2 model has the same close to the wall LG gallery design so it can be mounted flush to the wall like a painting.

Also on display at IFA is LG’s 8K TVs including the 88-inch LG signature OLED 8K (Model 88Z2) and 86-inch QNED TV (Model 86QNED99).

They offer large screen sizes and the sharp resolution of 8K (7680 x 4320).

The 8K OLED TV has more than 33 million self-lit OLED pixels to offer stunning blacks, infinite contrast and natural lifelike colours at any viewing angle.

The LG 8K 86QNEED99 uses Quantum Dot NanoCell and precision dimming technologies to offer sharp and vibrant images.

At IFA in Berlin, LG will also have on display its huge 136-inch 4K micro LED which provides premium picture quality at an incredible scale using micrometer size self-lit pixels and a modular design.