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Recommends ordering by part number whenever possible. Often 86um7600pta times there are TV models that use more than one set of parts and/or panels.
OLED Models: W9, E9, C9, B9 series
NanoCell Models: SM99, SM95, SM90, SM86, SM81 series
4K UHD Models: UM80, UM75, UM73, UM71, UM6970 series
Manufacturer Part Number 1: LG AKB75635301
Manufacturer Part Number 2: LG AN-MR19BA
Manufacturer Part Number 3: LG AGF80220501
Overview LG Smart TV
Embrace a new frontier of home entertainment with the LG 86 Inch UHD TV, incorporating both Dolby Vision and Dolby Atmos capabilities for an outstanding audio visual experience. Utilising dynamic metadata, Dolby Vision optimises the brightness of compatible content scene by scene, expanding the contrast and colour range, for spectacular images.
Powered by the Alpha 7 Gen2 Intelligent Processor, any audio or visuals coming through this LG SUHD TV will be enhanced, ideal for movie nights, game nights, or for watching your favourite TV shows. For a smarter touch, AI ThinQ allows you to access Google Assistant through a compatible smart device or your LG TV’s Magic Remote.
See exactly what the director wanted you to see with Dolby Vision, 86um7600pta using dynamic metadata to optimise colour, brightness and contrast levels for each individual frame. You’ll experience incredible levels of detail that closely reflect the director’s original vision.
Savour all your favourite smart content with the webOS Smart TV. Access near endless streams of movies, TV shows, documentaries, and more on Stan, Netflix, and Amazon Prime Video.
Sit back, 86um7600pta get comfortable, relax, and control the functionality of your TV with your voice, using LG’s AI ThinQ. Paired with Google Assistant, you can control other compatible home devices simply by speaking a command.
Sharp, saturated, and superior colours await you with this TV. The Wide Colour Gamut is able to accurately reproduce over one billion colours, providing true-to-life image reproduction across all your favourite content.
LG TV 2021: every OLED, MiniLED, and NanoCell TV coming this year
What can we expect from the LG TV 2021 line-up? Now that CES 2021 has come and gone, we have a good idea of what to expect from LG Electronics in the coming months, from expanded TV panel sizes to the introduction of MiniLED in all-new ‘QNED’ TV range.
LG certainly ended 2020 in a strong position, with the runaway success of its popular LG CX OLED, and the TV maker is clearly taking pains to stress that it’s tackling any remaining areas for improvement.
For one, the step-down B Series OLED is seemingly being scrapped in favor of an entry-level A Series, which will still feature an a7 processing chip but will likely feature other cost-saving measures – especially since LG hasn’t entirely ruled out an end-of-year release for a B Series model.
There are more 8K TVs, with the Nano9Z and Nano9X NanoCell LCD televisions, along with a host of 4K models we go into detail on below.
Not to mention a big swell of support for gaming functionality, with four HDMI 2.1 ports for each new OLED set, as well as VRR (variable refresh rate) and game streaming services Google Stadia and Nvidia GeForce Now landing on new LG TVs too.
Read on for the full lowdown on what’s coming this year, the new technologies LG is making use of, and the 2020 LG TVs that need to be improved upon.
LG G1 4K OLED (55, 65, 77-inch): The Gallery Series OLED 86um7600pta has a successor, with a slimmed-down form factor and an ‘OLED evo’ upgrade to the picture’s brightness that even the LG CX won’t be benefitting from. It’s set to be brighter than last year’s GX too, and come with the option of a paired Gallery Stand for those not wanting to drill this stunner into a wall. Featuring 4K HDR, Dolby Vision, and Atmos too.
LG C1 4K OLED (48, 55, 65, 77, 83-inch): The successor to last year’s popular CX OLED is the C1, with a new 83-inch size, an a9 Gen 4 AI processor, and support for Dolby Vision / Atmos. You’ll get the most sizing options with the C Series, going as small as 48 inches and including a new 83-inch size.
LG A1 4K OLED (48, 55, 65, 77-inch): This new entry-level OLED features the a7 Gen 4 AI processor, supports Dolby Vision and Atmos, and packs in 20W of audio, but doesn’t support HDMI 2.1 in its three HDMI inputs (unlike last year’s LG BX OLED). We’ll no doubt hear more soon, but for now know that this will be the cheapest LG OLED you’re getting this year.
LG QNED99 8K TV (65, 75, 86-inch): The Nano9Z is this year’s highest-spec ‘QNED’ television, meaning it makes use of a MiniLED backlight to improve brightness control and contrast over standard LCD-LED displays. It’s an 8K TV too, and packs a 120Hz panel with Full Array Local Dimming, as well as supporting hands-free voice commands.
LG QNED95 8K TV (65, 75-inch): The QNED95 cleaves close to the QNED99, as a MiniLED 8K TV, but makes do with a 60Hz panel rather than 120Hz. It uses an 8K iteration of the a9 Gen 4 AI Processor too.
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