The LG 2021 initial TV line-up is coming. But when a press release includes the words initial in italics, and it is May already, you know deep down that there will be shortages and long waits for some of the models.
The 2021 OLED identifier is 1 – A1, B1, C1 and G1 for OLED and Z1 for its signature OLED. Nanocell (Quantum Dot LED) keeps the 2020 nomenclature – Nano75, 77, 86, and 91. Its UHD LED/LCD TV is UP80.
Missing in action is the QNED (mini-LED backlight Quantum Dot) – a competitor to Samsung’s Neo QLED.
All TVs have LG’s WebOS operating system, Google Assistant, Apple Airplay 2, Magic Remote, Wi-Fi AC and BT, at least one HDMI 2.1 eARC and 4K unless noted. All come with a 1-year warranty.
We’re excited about our range of TVs at LG Electronics this year. With intelligent upgrades, a great range of sizes, premium designs and even better picture quality, our new range of TVs continues to transform the way Australians enjoy their favourite content. LG OLED technology has offered consumer’s premium, cinema-like viewing experiences in the home since 2013. In 2021 we are making OLED even more accessible to Australian’s. This roll-out is just the tip of the iceberg for what’s to come for Australians looking to upgrade their home entertainment this year. We will announce more soon.”
Tony Brown, Marketing Manager for Home Entertainment, LG Electronics Australia
G1 OLED, also known as OLED evo Gallery series feature α9 Gen 4 processor and new OLED evo technology – delivers brighter images on screen, resulting in clear, realistic images with life-like details. https://www.lg.com/au/tvs/lg-oled65g1pta
We will bring you more details as we decode what each model does. You can read GadgetGuy LG news and reviews here