LG’s new 2021 OLED TVs will start at $1,300

LG has been releasing new information about its 2021 lineup of OLED TVs in bits and pieces ever since the Consumer Electronics Show in January, but all those press releases and presentation left out the basics before now: pricing. Today, we learned the price points of each TV in the lineup, from the new, lower-end A series to the ultrapremium G series.

This year, LG’s OLED TVs will range between $1,300 and $6,000, depending on the specific product line and screen size.

At the bottom end is the LG A1, which omits costly, mostly gaming-specific features—like 120Hz panels, variable refresh rate (VRR), and the HDMI 2.1 connection that makes those possible—to get OLEDs more accessible (and more competitive with the cheaper-to-produce LCD TV alternatives) than before. Available in 48-, 55-, 65-, and 77-inch sizes, the A1 will ship with a suggested retail price of $1,300, $1,600, $2,200, or $3,200, respectively.

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LG’s new 2021 OLED TVs will start at $1,300

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