Final month LG formally took the wraps off of its 2021 TV lineup in the course of the digital CES 2021 occasion, and now the corporate is announcing the beginning of their global rollout. That features its new high-end LCD line of QNED 4K and 8K TVs that mix quantum dot tech with Mini LED backlighting, and an fascinating set of OLED choices for the brand new 12 months.
On the high-end of its OLED TVs, the G1 series includes OLED evo panel technology that ought to have higher brightness and whites than we have seen earlier than, whereas its mainstream C1 line contains choices that vary from 48- to 83-inches in dimension. For many individuals although, the extra fascinating gadgets are on the low-end, the place B1 and A1 options could make OLED TVs available starting at lower prices than ever.
We nonetheless do not have all the small print about these cheaper units, however each TV in its 2021 lineup together with the A1 contains eARC and ALLM options, even when they do not have HDMI 2.1. We even have an image of the A1 that we did not get earlier than (proven above), so should you’re planning to purchase one, be sure you have room for the extensive spacing on its stand.
The primary 2021 LG OLED and LCD TVs are rolling out this quarter, though the place and when remains to be unannouned. The query of how a lot any of them will value remains to be unanswered for US consumers, though LG has introduced pricing on some fashions in Germany.
FlatpanelsHD factors out that C1 and G1 fashions are set to roll out in April, with the A1 lineup transport later. Pricing in Europe for a 55-inch C1 and G1 is ready at €2000 and €2400, respectively. These convert to $2,420 and $2,914, nonetheless US pricing will definitely be decrease. What could also be extra notable is that the costs are €200 and €100 greater than the place related 2020 fashions began, though we should await an official MSRP to know what carries over when these fashions arrive within the US.