LG announced a new range of OLED TV models on Tuesday, January 4, a day before CES 2022 kicks off. The lineup includes LG’s largest 97-inch OLED TV, as well as its smallest 42-inch OLED offering. LG’s new OLED TV models are powered by the company’s A9 processor, which promises to deliver better performance. LG’s new TVs will also feature the company’s “Evo” panel on both the newly launched LG G2 OLED and LG C2 OLED TV series, promising improved brightness and better thermal management.
The South Korean company announced a new G2 OLED model and C2 models as part of LG’s 2022 OLED TV series. The LG G2 OLED TV model will be available in a huge 97-inch OLED option in the G-series, while the latter will be sold in a new 42-inch model, which is smaller than LG’s smallest 48-inch OLED. TV model currently in the market. According to LG, both the G and C series have thinner bezels than the older G1 OLED and C1 OLED TV models.
LG’s new G2 OLED TVs will be sold in 97-inch, 83-inch, 77-inch, 65-inch and 55-inch size options, while the new C2 OLED TVs will be sold in 83-inch, 77-inch, 65 inch, 55-inch, 48-inch, and 42-inch size options.
The company has also announced a range of new Mini-LED QNED TVs that offer better contrast than the company’s LCD range while offering better brightness than a traditional LED screen. The QNED90 model and higher QNED models are certified for 100% color consistency and come with LG’s Precision Dimming technology, the company said.
The company also revealed that its OLED range for 2022 consists of panels certified by TUV Rheinland and Underwriters Laboratories for flicker-free and glare-free performance respectively, while certified by global product testing firm Intertek for 100 percent color fidelity and color volume.
LG also announced webOS 22, which includes support for multiple user profiles, giving users a different home screen for each person using the TV. The TV will also recommend content to each user. Meanwhile, webOS 22 will also bring a new “always ready” mode to display content such as music playback, time and more. Users can also share their TV feed from one room to another, allowing a TV to share a channel from one TV to another TV in another room with the company’s new Room to Room Share feature.