LG Offers Up Super Bowl Deals On 2021 4K OLED, QNED, NanoCell TVs
For a limited time, LG is offering special deals on a range of top-quality 2021 4K OLED TVs, 8K and 4K QNED MiniLED TVs and NanoCell TVs.
These offers are available at authorized LG retailers and LG.com. For your convenience, we listed links for listed models available on Amazon below where you can check for remaining quantities, shipping arrival estimates and the latest pricing.
The 2021 LG OLED TVs offer superior gaming quality by nature of the WRGB panel and powerful processor offering self-lit pixels, smooth and clear images, ultra-fast response times and low levels of blue light output that can fatigue eyes.
The new Alpha 9 (a9) Gen 4 processor in most 2021 OLED series this year continues to handle previous picture enhancements including Auto Genre Detection, Scene Detection and OLED Motion Pro, the latter of which uses a form of black frame insertion that is adaptive to the action to deliver a better blend of smooth motion with a brighter image. It also incorporates Dolby Vision adaptive HDR processing.
This year, the OLED sets have a feature called Game Optimizer. With this, when the TVs auto detect that a game is being played a special menu of aggregated game related settings is offered in one area of the screen to enable easily fine-tuning the viewing and sound experience to the game title and the player’s preferences. Based on genre, there are four different game genres including: Standard Game, First-Person Shooter, Roll Playing and Real-Time Strategy. Each package of presets can be further fine tuned as desired.
LG also offers cloud-based gaming apps in 2021 models including Twitch, Google Stadia and later in the year NVIDA GeForce Now.
All 2021 LG OLED TV models will also support Dolby Atmos, variable refresh rate (VRR)/FreeSync, ALLM, eARC, and HGiG. G-Sync VRR compatibility also continues in OLED models.
LG 2021 G1 Gallery Series 4K UHD OLED TVs
LG enhanced its very popular thin-profile wall mountable “Gallery Design” used in the OLED GX Series from 2020 for the G1 lineup. The art-inspired LG OLED evo G1 TVs have a ultra-thin bezel design and included wall mount that leaves virtually no gap from screen to wall, the company said.
The company is also making an optional pedestal-style Gallery Stand with VESA mounting holes available.
The G1 series models are most noteworthy for the use of LG’s new evo panel technology, which is a more efficient and brighter OLED panel.
LG C1 Series 4K OLED TVs
The LG C1 series OLED models are the updates to the 2020 CX series, offering tabletop stand design, and Alpha 9 Gen. 4 processor and updated webOS 6.0 smart TV system. The line carries LG’s new 83-inch screen size, which was the largest to date for the company’s 4K OLED offerings. An optional Gallery Stand can be purchased for a more dramatic appearance.
LG B1 Series 4K OLED TVs
The B1 series is a more affordable line using a step-down Alpha a7 Gen 4 AI processor rather than the a9 Gen 4 AI chip used in the C1 and G1 OLEDs. The a7 benefits from some of the AI advances of LG’s better a9 Gen 4 chipsets this year to better analyze discrete objects onscreen to produce clean and sharp backgrounds, text and other hard to reproduce elements. Models also have a 120Hz native refresh rate OLED panel for the smoothest motion reproduction, which is important for things like the Super Bowl.
LG A1 Series 4K OLED TVs
LG A1 series 4K OLED models feature a new, more affordable price range using a step-down 60Hz native refresh rate OLED panel and an Alpha 7 Gen 4 AI Processor 4K. These also lack newer HDMI 2.1 ports. Other features include webOS 6.0.
LG Nano Series Full-Array LED LCD TV Series Models
The LG 2021 Nano Series of Full-Array with local dimming LED LCD TVs features both 8K and 4K model series, highlighted by models equipped with new LG QNED Mini LED TV technology. The new Mini LED backlit models are described as using a hybrid between NanoCell and quantum dot color expansion technology. The included MiniLED system uses up to 30,000 tiny LEDs in 2,500 dimming zones (in the largest 86-inch model). These add “advanced local dimming technology” to produce “high peak brightness and a contrast ratio of 1,000,000:1,” and are likely to have high color volume.
A few of the NanoCell series this year will have picture processing driven by an Alpha 7 Gen 4 and Dolby Vision AI processing chip (in select series) for better brightness, black reproduction and sound.
The rest of the lineup consists of models using LG’s previous NanoCell color expansion system. This year’s models will support: Dolby Vision IQ and Dolby Atmos IQ, Game Optimizer, variable refresh rate (VRR)/FreeSync, ALLM, eARC, HGiG, GoogleStadia gaming, and Twitch. Many of the company’s LED-LCD TV models this year will support the updated webOS 6.0 smart TV platform with ThinQ AI and the redesigned Magic Remote
LG QNED 99 Series 8K Mini-LED LCD TVs
LG QNED99 8K TVs use a Mini LED backlight to improve brightness control and contrast over standard LCD-LED displays. The TV supports up to 8K TV resolution for extra sharpness and detail with some content, which is upconverted from lower resolution sources with the advanced a9 Gen 4 processor. The series includes a native 120Hz refresh rate panel with Full Array Local Dimming, as well as supporting hands-free voice commands for the webOS 6.0 smart TV interface
LG QNED 90 4K Mini-LED LCD TVs
LG QNED90 4K TVs offers 4K resolution, a 120Hz panel, and Full Array Dimming Pro through and Mini-LED backlight. The series steps down to the a7 Gen 4 processor.
LG NanoCell 90 Series Full-Array LED-LCD TVs
The LG Nano Cell 90 Series uses LG’s Nano Cell color boosting technology without the added benefit of quantum dots used in the QNED series models. These models provide sharp, colorful 4K pictures with fine detail and deeper blacks through the use of LG’s nano-particle display technology combined with more traditional full-array LED backlight with local dimming. Like all of the LG Nano Series, these models use IPS-LCD panels for wider viewing angles while maintaining color and contrast quality. The panels also support a native 120Hz refresh rate for smooth sports action images. The series features video processing from the a7 Gen. 3 processor, and includes four HDMI inputs, two of which can handle enough data bandwidth to support the 4K, 120Hz, HDR 4:4:4 10-bit .
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By Greg Tarr
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