Last month, LG officially removed its program from 2021 television during the virtual CES 2021 event, and now the company is announcing the start of their global launch. These include its new premium LCD line of QNED 4K and 8K TVs that combine quantum dot technology with a mini LED backlight and an interesting set of OLED options for the new year.
On top of its OLED TVs, the G1 series includes OLED evo panel technology that should have better brightness and white color than we’ve seen before, while its main C1 line includes options ranging in size from 48 to 83 inches. For many, however, lower-end items are more interesting, where the B1 and A1 options could make OLED TVs available at lower prices than ever before.
We still don’t have all the details about these cheaper devices, but every TV in its 2021 line, including the A1, includes eARC and ALLM functions, even if they don’t have HDMI 2.1. We also have an A1 picture we didn’t get before (shown above), so if you’re planning to buy one, make sure you have room for wide gaps on its stand.
LG’s first OLED and LCD TVs in 2021 will hit the market this quarter, although they have not yet announced where and when. When asked how much any of them will cost, there is still no answer for American customers, although LG has announced the prices of some models in Germany.
Flat platesHD points out that the C1 and G1 models should appear in April, and the A1 will be delivered later. The price in Europe for the 55-inch C1 and G1 is set at 2,000 and 2,400 euros, respectively. They convert to $ 2,420 and $ 2,914, however U.S. prices will certainly be lower. What may be more noticeable is that prices are 200 and 100 euros higher than those where similar 2020 models began, although we will have to wait for official IFRS to know what is being transferred when these models arrive in the US.