LG confirms OLED and Nanocell 2020 range models and pricing

posted on Monday, 6th April 2020 by Steve May

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LG has confirmed 14 new OLED models, amid a slew of 4k and 8k screens for 2020. The OLED line-up includes the GX Gallery series, which put the emphasis on design. There are three new 55-, 65- and 77-inch in GX Gallery series, all with an ultra-thin form factor. The 65-inch model is just 20mm thin, without the need of a separate control box. The TV mounts flush to the wall much like art (pictured above).

If 8k is demanded, the brand offers the OLED ZX 'Real 8K' models in 88- and 77-inch screen sizes. All meet the Consumer Technology Association specification and qualify for the CTA 8K Ultra HD logo.

Its 4k OLED range comprises the CX and BX series in 77-, 65- and 55-inches. The brand is also introducing a 48-inch CX OLED model later this year.

LG’s NanoCell TV lineup includes the 8k 75-, 65- and 55-inch Nano99, Nano97, Nano95. All of which carry the CTA 8k UHD logo.

Employed in most of LG’s 2020 OLED and 8k NanoCell sets is the new Alpha 9 Gen 3 AI processor, which uses additional processing power and advanced deep learning algorithms to boost picture and sound quality.

The HDMI specification includes eARC and ALLM. LG’s 8k models can play native 8k content from HDMI and USB digital inputs and support a wide range of codecs including HEVC, VP9 and AV1. All LG 8k TVs support 8k content at 60FPS.

Interestingly, LG says its 2020 OLEDs have been awarded the Hollywood Professional Association’s Excellence in Engineering Award, and are the first TVs to deliver integrated calibration software that performs to a hardware level. They also support Dolby Vision IQ and the UHD Alliance’s Filmmaker Mode.

For gamers, there’s NVIDIA G-Sync compatibility across 12 of the new OLED models. G-Sync ensures graphics are rendered perfectly, by adapting the TV’s refresh rate to the frame rate of the connected hardware. OLED and NanoCell TVs also support HDMI VRR. There’s also 120Hz high frame rate support.

The 55NANO91 and 65NANO91, and 55NANO90 and 65NANO90, Nanoncell screens will retail for £1,300 and £1,700 respectively. The 75- and 86-inch models, the 75NANO91/ 75NANO90 and 86NANO91are priced at £2,400 and £4,000.

The 55NANO86 and 65NANO86will sell for £1,200 and £1,500. The 49-inch 49NANO86 will sell for £1,050. The 49NANO81, 55NANO81, 65NANO81 are priced at £900, £1,000 and £1,300.

The 48-inch OLED48CX OLED is priced at £1500. The OLED55GX and OLED65GX will retail for £2,300 and £3,500 respectively. The same CX models, OLED55CX and OLED65CX, come in at £1,800 and £2,800. The 77-inch OLED77CX is priced at £5,000.
The OLED65WX is priced at £4,500. The 75NANO99 8k model is priced at £5,500. The 77-inch OLED77GX is £,6000.

The 8k Nanocell 65NANO95 is £3,000. The 8k Nanocell 65NANO99 is £4,500 and the 55-inch 55NANO95 8k Nanocell is £2,000. The 88-inch 8k OLED OLED88ZX is priced at £40,000. The 77-inch 8k OLED77ZX will sell for £25,000.

Steve May

Inside CI Editor Steve May is a freelance technology specialist who also writes for T3TechRadarHome Cinema Choice, Trusted Reviews and The Luxe Review.

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