LG company is showing off its affordable A1 OLED TV, the company officially took the wraps off its 2021 TV lineup during the company’s virtual CES 2021 event, the company is declaring the beginning of their global rollout.
That involves its current high-end LCD line of QNED 4K AND 8K TVs that combine quantum dot tech with a mini-LED backlighting and an interesting set of OLED options for this year.
The G1 series encompasses OLED Evo panel technology that ensures better brightness and whites than we have ever seen, while its mainstream C1 line includes options that range from 48 to 83 inches. Very tv in the company’s 2021 line including the A1 includes eARC and ALLM features, even if they don’t have HDMI 2.1.
The first quarter of the company’s 2021 LG OLED AND LCD TVs is still unannounced, the question of “how much the TVs will cost” is still unanswered for US buyers, although the LG company have released its price on some models in Germany.
The company is set to roll out the C1 and G1 models in April, with the A1 lineup shipping later. Pricing in Europe for a 55-inch C1 and G1 is set at €2000 and €2400.