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LG’s 2020 4K OLED TVs are now available in stores

By Ng Chong Seng - on 16 Jul 2020, 12:01pm

LG’s 2020 4K OLED TVs are now available in stores

LG OLED TV GX Gallery. (Image: LG.)

In addition to the 88-inch ZX 8K OLED TV that not many of us can’t afford, LG has also announced that its 2020 range of 4K OLED TVs are now available.

For a start, here are the prices for the GX and CX 4K OLED series:

  • 77-inch GX: S$25,999
  • 65-inch GX: S$6,999
  • 55-inch GX: S$4,799

  • 77-inch CX: S$17,999
  • 65-inch CX: S$5,999
  • 55-inch CX: S$4,099

Put simply, the GX (the G stands for Gallery) OLED TV is designed to be a wall-mounted TV like the company’s ‘wallpaper’ W series but minus the latter's soundbar. Even with built-in speakers and all the I/Os, the 65-inch GX is still 20mm thin and can sit flush to the wall.

Like most of the other 2020 TVs, the GX comes with LG’s new A9 Gen 3 processor that packs more processing power and deep learning algorithms. Specs-wise, the GX is a match for the ZX, with things like Dolby Vision/Dolby Atmos and Filmmaker modes; eARC, ALLM, NVIDIA G-Sync and AMD FreeSync for gaming; and ThinQ AI and Google Assistant support all onboard. The TV has four HDMI 2.1 ports, too.

Then there’s the more mass market CX series. Beyond the obvious design difference and slightly weaker speaker system (2.2-ch, 40W vs. 4.2-ch, 60W), the CX can actually do most of what the GX is capable of. All the features I’ve listed above for the GX are also found on the CX.

LG CX OLED 4K TV. (Image: LG.)