The updated line of TVs will go on sale in March-April 2020 at prices ranging from $1,500 to $7,000.
South Korean consumer electronics manufacturer LG has announced plans to start selling a new line of OLED TVs. In March, the debut model, the 55-inch CX 4K, will hit the market for around $1,800. The company notes that prices for all new TVs will not be adjusted against the backdrop of recent events in the world.
“As a multinational corporation, LG Electronics has manufacturing facilities and suppliers around the world, which gives us the flexibility to best manage our supply chain,” commented the company. But it should be noted that for buyers in Russia, equipment, in any case, will significantly rise in price due to a sharp depreciation of the national currency.
It is known that in April a 65-inch model will appear in retail stores at a price of $2800, in May - a 77-inch TV for $5000, and in June sales of an updated 48-inch model will start for $1500. It is supposed to be heavily geared towards gamers and used as a monitor for a gaming PC.
May 2020 will also see the debut of the more budget-friendly BX series, with a 55-inch TV priced at $1599 and a 65-inch TV priced at $2299. In addition, LG is preparing to introduce a line of ultra-thin GX TVs in April. The 55-inch model will cost $2500, the 65-inch model will cost $3500, and the 77-inch model will cost $6000.
As with previous releases, LG promises customers quality improvements with the latest updates. In particular, for gamers there will be support for G-Sync, and for movie lovers - an improved HDR Dolby Vision IQ system. In addition, new TV lines will receive updated processors and new features in terms of image quality improvement. LG promises that the 2020 family will be ahead of last year's models in many important ways.