Sadly, as with its rival, price drops are not the order of the day for most models.
LG 2023 4K OLED TV prices
LG’s new and improved (there’s a new less-reflective pixel lens and a promise of improved image processing) 4K UHD G3 “Gallery Edition” OLED (the Evo series) will set you back $2,499 for the 55-inch version, $3,299 for the 65-inch, $4,499 for the 77-inch, and $6,499 for the 83-incher. If you want the slightly older, but wall-filling 97-inch G2, expect to part with $25,000.
If you think that’s a chunk of change, the company’s innovative 65-inch roll-up OLED, the Signature OLED R, costs four times more. Yup, $100,000.
The entry-level B3 series tops out with the $3,299 77-inch (all measurements are expressed as “class,” meaning the diagonal is generally exaggerated by 0.3- to 0.5 inches), with the 65-inch model costing $2,399 and the 55-inch $1,699.
The mid-range C3 series can be had in 83 inches for $5,299, 77 inches for $3,599, 65 inches for $2,599, 55 inches for $1,899, 48 inches for $1,499, and 42 inches for $1,399. That last is one of the few TVs we’re aware of that actually measures larger than its class designation: 42.1 inches. Woohoo!
Even more Woohoo: You can get a top-notch OLED in a size that’s suitable for smaller rooms. Nice, LG.
Also priced were the 48-inch Easel-styled Objet Collection Posé at $1,699, and the bend-able (flat or curved) 42-inch Flex at $2,499.
LG 2023 8K OLED TV prices
LG’s 8K OLED TVs remain expensive in 2023, with the 88-inch Z2 model priced at $24,999 and the 77-incher at $9,999.
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