The pricing info for the 2023 LG OLED TVs is out and according to what LG has stated, the models are about to ship pretty soon. In fact, you can expect the models to come in late march.
If you are too excited about the brand-new LG TVs, you will be glad to know that LG will start to accept pre-orders for each model starting from March 6th.
In other words, you will soon be able to secure the flagship LG G3 and LG C3 TVs for your home cinema setup.
Now, if you are unaware of the upcoming models, the LG C3 is a relatively compact TV, which starts at 42 inches.
A scaled-up version is also available, which comes with an 83-inch screen. And there are multiple versions available for the G3 too.
It starts at 55 inches and climbs all the way up to 83 inches. In short, you will have tons of options available when it comes to size.
However, don’t expect the March debut of LG OLED TVs to have the entry-level B3 series. That lineup will not be ready until April.
Still, we do have info about what the size range of the series will be like. The starting model will be 55 inches, while the highest-end mode will be 77 inches.
Nonetheless, the main highlight among all the 2023 LG OLED TVs is the G3 series. It gets the most upgrades of them all. Want to know how significant the upgrades are?
With a boosting feature, the panel of the G3 TVs can offer a 70 percent brighter picture than the predecessor. And 70 percent is a lot!
The LG G3 TVs also adopt a new zero-gap design, which will make things easier when it comes to wall mounting the TVs. Also, they come A9 Gen6 CPU.
This processor has improved audio processing and image rendering capabilities. And the models also can harmonize the output of the built-in speakers with any recent LG soundbars.
That said, the C3 shares the same A9 Gen6 chip. But it does not offer the same upgrades as the G3. That is, the upgrades are not as modest compared to the C2.
But the main thing is that the C3 series might offer a better value, considering the fact it is between the G3 and the B3. And the price increment is not even that high.
Nonetheless, from the new lineup of LG OLED TVs, it seems that the Samsung S95C might be in trouble. If LG manages to deliver, it could beat the 144Hz refresh rate and brightness level that Samsung is offering.
And let’s not forget that LG is offering Dolby Vision HDR support, while Samsung is still sticking with HDR10+.
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