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LG OLED G2 is the smart TV that is worth more than a car

LG OLED G2
LG OLED G2

Smart TVs have dropped considerably in price since they began to hit the market. They are already within the reach of most of us and there are as many options as there are needs and budgets. But, for those who are always looking for exclusivity, there are also models, of course. An example is the next LG that is to come, the  97-inch LG OLED G2 , a behemoth for which you will have to pay more than for a car.

LG OLED G2 Features

For now, LG has revealed few details about this beast that allows you to have a true home theater room. We already knew this model in a size of 83 inches, which is not bad at all, but now the manufacturer ups the ante and reaches  97 inches , for a much higher price. Although each market will arrive with a slightly different budget, it is estimated that the average will fall to  25,000 euros . How many people can invest this in a TV? Few, we know, but here are the first details that have been revealed in case you woke up today wanting to dream.

In  LG OLED G2  we will find an OLED Evo panel , with anti-scald protection, brightness up to 1,000 nits and smoother image transitions. We will also have the  Alpha 9 Gen 5 processor , which also works on image improvement through image processing that is done with Artificial Intelligence.

Of course, it is a television with which we can watch movies, but also play. And it is that it has some specifications designed especially for the gamer public:  120 Hz refresh rate, HDMI 2.1 connectivity  ,  G-Sync and FreeSync technologies ,  VRR and ALLM modes , among others.

Availability and price

As we were saying, if you want to get this model for your living room, you are going to have to pay around  $27.500 . When is it available? From  April 2022 , but it can already be booked.

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