LG announces global rollout of its 2021 TV lineup

LG Electronics has announced the global rollout of its 2021 TV lineup featuring new OLED, QNED Mini LED and NanoCell TVs. 

LG says select models and sizes of the new TVs will be available in the first quarter with specific dates and lineups announced locally. The latest collection, which includes the popular C1 series, promises an exceptional home entertainment experience according to LG. 

Plus it has a wider range of screen sizes, from the most compact 43 inches to a new-to-market 83 inches and A 88 inches.

LG’s 2021 OLED TVs (Z1, G1, C1, B1 and A1 series) come with self-lit panels for ultra-sharp, super-realistic picture quality and smooth, natural motion, as well as strikingly slim designs that complement any décor. t

The TVs also come with “an advanced HDMI 2.1” feature, improved audio return channel, and automatic low latency mode.

For better visuals and audio, LG has also included AI Picture Pro and Sound Pro technologies on these TVs. The smart TVs run on webOS 6.0, which is said to have been improved for quicker access to apps and better-personalised recommendations.

Of the entire LG 2021 TV lineup, the new NanoCell 8K and 4K TV offerings now provide the greatest number of options with a large selection of 8K (models NANO99, NANO 95) and 4K range (models NANO90, NANO85, NANO80, NANO77, NANO75) units to choose from. 

LG’s QNED Mini LED TV, is also an exciting addition for 2021 lineup. The lineup features an array of 8K (models QNED99, QNED95) and 4K (models QNED90, QNED85) and 4K variants.

LG’s QNED Mini LED TVs aim to take on the traditional LCD TVs with Quantum Dot NanoCell technology and Mini LED backlighting.

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