Last month LG formally took the wraps off of its 2021 TV lineup throughout the virtual CES 2021 occasion, and now the company is revealing the start of their global rollout. That includes its brand-new high-end LCD line of QNED 4K and 8K TVs that combine quantum dot tech with Mini LED backlighting, and a fascinating set of OLED options for the brand-new year.
At the high-end of its OLED TVs, the G1 series includes OLED evo panel technology that should have much better brightness and whites than weve seen before, while its mainstream C1 line consists of options that vary from 48- to 83-inches in size. For lots of people however, the more interesting items are at the low-end, where B1 and A1 alternatives might make OLED TVs available beginning at lower rates than ever.
We still dont have all the information about these less expensive sets, but every TV in its 2021 lineup including the A1 includes eARC and ALLM features, even if they do not have HDMI 2.1. We also have an image of the A1 that we didnt get before (shown above), so if youre planning to purchase one, make sure you have room for the large spacing on its stand.
The first 2021 LG OLED and LCD TVs are presenting this quarter, although where and when is still unannouned. The question of how much any of them will cost is still unanswered for United States purchasers, although LG has actually announced rates on some designs in Germany.
FlatpanelsHD points out that C1 and G1 models are set to roll out in April, with the A1 lineup shipping later on. Prices in Europe for a 55-inch C1 and G1 is set at EUR2000 and EUR2400, respectively.