LG’s 2021 TV lineup includes the brightest OLED ever

According to LG, 2021 represents a big leap forward for its OLED TVs with a new “OLED Evo” panel that has created a brighter image. Brightness has been a winning factor for LCD TVs for many years. Despite the perfect blacks and amazing viewing angles, sometimes the OLED set won’t work if you live in an ultra-bright room. But LG says the EVO panel found in its new G1 series – the 2020 GX line-up is successful, with better brightness and HDR that can crank more than its previous OLED TVs. LG likened this success to the introduction of past OLED milestones such as 4K HDR and 8K.

The G1 series will come in 77-, 65- and 55-inch sizes. It shares the same brain – the fourth generation of LG’s Alpha 9 processor – with the C1 series. Both lines have better image processing features and can now “analyze the type of scene shown and refine the image accordingly.”

 

Last year, LG’s CXO LED was picked by many of the best TVs for next-gen consoles, such as the Xbox Series X and PlayStation 5, following the CX with the LGC1. And it has a new superseded 83-inch model. (This is a strong indication that LG and Sony, which announced the 83-inch OLED last week, are using the same panel from the LG display.) The 2021 lineup still supports VRR, G-Sync and FreeSync. And it gets a brand new “Game Optimizer” of settings like update rate / VRR, low latency, and more, which combines the most important options for gamers. You can choose the style of play you are playing so that you can apply presets or customize everything. Samsung is offering a similar concept on its 2021 TVs.

 

But now LG is installing a high, bright panel in the G1 series to distinguish it from the more affordable C series than just the design. (The G1 has a “gallery” design that helps it flush when it hits a wall.) Both the G1 and C1 series support LG’s new gallery stand (see above). Which may appeal to those who do not want to mount OLED.

On the audio front, these latest TVs are capable of virtual 5.1.2 surround sound, and LG says that when you’re switching between input and streaming apps, they can increase the volume level to keep things constant. Will equal – and TV services to block advertising

At the bottom of the line, LG has a new A1 series that can really be thought of as the next evolution of last year’s BX. This is the cheapest way to go OLED, and you still get the most important features – Dolby Vision, HDMI 2.1 (with VRR, ALLM, etc.) – if you have fewer HDMI ports and older LG a7 processors. Can live together . That sounds like a fair deal, but we’ll have to wait for the final price on the G1, C1, and A1 lineups around spring to find out which is the best purchase for TV hunters this year.

As the company announced in December, it is also introducing a new “QNED” lineup of LCD TVs that uses mini-LED backlighting for better contrast and less than the local dimly lit seats of the past full-fledged. Is open QNED series slot between OLED and LG’s standard nano-cell LCD set.

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