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For those of you who haven’t been following the LG G2 and C2 owners’ thread (also with pricing and availability at Value Electronics), we are publishing LG’s full press release from yesterday revealing the U.S. rollout of the entire 2022 lineup. Scroll to bottom to see full product list and pricing.

ENGLEWOOD CLIFFS, N.J., March 21, 2022 — LG Electronics USA announced pricing and availability of its highly anticipated 2022 OLED TV lineup. Widely praised for their outstanding picture quality, enhanced performance and sleek designs, LG’s latest OLED TVs – the LG OLED evo G2 Gallery Edition, and LG OLED evo C2 Series are available now at LG.com and at LG-authorized retailers nationwide in April.

A pioneer and global leader in OLED technology, LG has been constantly perfecting and elevating the technology, securing its position as the world’s #1 OLED TV brand for nine consecutive years.

Featuring the company’s critically-acclaimed self-lit OLED technology, LG 2022 OLED TVs leverage precise pixel-level control to deliver the deepest blacks, incredibly realistic colors, and an infinite contrast ratio. Moreover, the new models have even more smart features for a personalized viewing experience.

LG OLED evo

Featuring LG’s most advanced OLED panel and the new α (Alpha) 9 Gen 5 intelligent processor, including brightness booster technology, LG’s evo technology is built into the 2022 G2 series (LG OLED evo Gallery Edition) and C2 series, taking the home entertainment experience to new heights. Models from both series have been recognized with CES 2022 Innovation Awards for raising the bar with their excellent performance. LG OLED evo technology, offers higher brightness, clarity and detail, for lifelike images that almost jump off the screen. Brightness is enhanced even further by the new Brightness Booster Max (G2 series) and Brightness Booster (C2 series) features, which are enabled by the increased processing power of the α9 Gen 5.

Widest Range of Screen Sizes Ever

LG’s 2022 OLED TV lineup also welcomes new screen sizes and stylish designs to give consumers more choice. In addition to the world’s first 97-inch OLED TV and a new 83-inch model, the G2 series provides 77-, 65- and 55-inch options, ensuring the right size for practically any space in the home. The G2 series’ refined Gallery Design lets users mount the TVs flush to the wall for a seamless, sophisticated look and better spatial integration in the viewing environment. LG’s C2 series offers the most screen sizes of the 2022 lineup with a total of six. Ideal as a smaller room TV or for those who enjoy console and PC gaming, the first-ever 42-inch OLED TV adds to the C2 series’ broad range of 83-, 77-, 65-, 55- and 48-inch models. New for this year, the upgraded C2 series features thinner bezels that help deliver more immersive viewing experiences and an elegantly slender design.

LG α9 Gen 5 Intelligent Processor

The new and improved LG α9 Gen 5 intelligent processor employs a deep-learning algorithm to enhance the upscaling performance of the latest OLEDs, giving images a more three-dimensional quality by making onscreen elements more distinct from one another. Equipped in G2, C2 and Z2 (8K) series models, the α9 Gen 5 also boasts the new Dynamic Tone-mapping Pro Algorithm, which individually processes over 5,000 areas on the screen, enhancing each to produce a more vivid and detailed image, in both brighter and darker parts of the picture. LG’s latest processor also boosts audio quality via the AI Sound Pro feature, enabling the TVs’ built-in speakers to produce virtual 7.1.2 surround. Completing the 2022 OLED TV U.S. line-up are B2 OLED TV series in three screen sizes (77-inch, 65-inch, 55-inch) and A2 series in two screen sizes 65-inch, 55-inch), both powered by the company’s self-lit technology, α7 Gen 5 processor with Dynamic Tone-mapping, AI Sound Pro and virtual 5.1.2 surround sound.

Upgraded UX

LG’s 2022 OLED TVs come with webOS 22, the newest version of LG’s innovative Smart TV platform. webOS 22 offers a number of new personalization options, including customizable user profiles that allow each member of the household to tailor their viewing experience and enjoy easier access to their preferred channels, apps and content services. webOS22 also provides exceptional convenience with features such as NFC Magic Tap which allows for a simple way to mirror screen from mobile to TV, Room To Room Share, which allows for cable or satellite content mirroring via Wi-Fi from one TV to another in the home, so there’s no need for an additional set-top-box on the second TV, and Always Ready which turns an LG TV into a media display when not in use. LG’s webOS22 platform will also feature an updated LG Channels experience with over 350 FREE ad-supported channels including the NCAA Channel, exclusive to LG Channels featuring up to 50 NCAA Fall, Winter and Spring championships, both live and on-demand.

Acclaimed Picture Quality

LG OLED TVs continue to set the standard for picture quality. The panels used in this year’s lineup have again been certified by Intertek for providing 100 percent color fidelity and 100 percent color volume – indicating that 2022 LG OLED TVs deliver accurate color reproduction, and can express every single tone and hue of the original source no matter how bright or dark the onscreen action. Additionally, all 2022 models are certified flicker-free by UL.

Dolby Vision IQ with Precision Detail

LG’s latest OLEDs are the first TVs to adopt Dolby Vision IQ with Precision Detail. This new technology unlocks even more from Dolby Vision content, revealing detail in both bright and dark areas that were not perceivable before. And for equally immersive audio, LG’s new OLED TVs deliver Dolby Atmos® spatial sound through their speaker system.

Optimized for Gaming

In a class of their own where PC and console gaming are concerned, LG OLED TVs offer a 0.1 millisecond response time (GtG), low input lag and up to four HDMI ports supporting multiple HDMI 2.1 features. Seamless cloud gaming is also available on LG OLED via built-in support for Google Stadia and GeForce NOW.

With the Game Optimizer menu on LG OLED, users will enjoy being able to quickly select or switch between specialized gaming features and presets. The new Dark Room Mode, which adjusts screen brightness for a better gaming experience with the lights off, can also be selected via Game Optimizer, as can settings for G-SYNC® Compatible, FreeSync™ Premium and variable refresh rate (VRR). New for 2022, LG’s display presets for various game genres adds a sports mode, joining the previously available options of first-person shooter, role-playing, and real-time strategy.

For more information on LG’s 2022 OLED TVs, visit LG.com.

2022 LG OLED 4K TVs

G2 “Gallery Edition” (OLED evo)

OLED97G2PUA, 97-inch class, Availability & Pricing TBA

OLED83G2PUA, 83-inch class (82.7 inches diagonal), $6,499, Available April 2022

OLED77G2PUA, 77-inch class (76.7 inches diagonal), $3,999, Available March 2022

OLED65G2PUA, 65-inch class (64.5 inches diagonal), $2,999, Available March 2022

OLED55G2PUA, 55-inch class (54.6 inches diagonal), $2,199, Available April 2022

B2 Series

OLED77B2PUA, 77-inch class (76.7 inches diagonal), $3,299, Available March 2022

OLED65B2PUA, 65-inch class (64.5 inches diagonal), $1,999, Available March 2022

OLED55B2PUA, 55-inch class (54.6 inches diagonal), $1,499, Available March 2022

C2 Series (OLED evo)

OLED83C2PUA, 83-inch class (82.7 inches diagonal), $5,499, Available April 2022

OLED77C1PUA, 77-inch class (76.7 inches diagonal), $3,499, Available March 2022

OLED65C2PUA, 65-inch class (64.5 inches diagonal), $2,499, Available March 2022

OLED55C2PUA, 55-inch class (54.6 inches diagonal), $1,799, Available March 2022

OLED48C2PUA, 48-inch class (47.5 inches diagonal), $1,499, Available March 2022

OLED42C2PUA, 42-inch class (42.1 diagonal), $1,399, Available May 2022

A2 Series

OLED65A2PUA, 65-inch class (64.5 inches diagonal), Availability & Pricing TBA

OLED55A2PUA, 55-inch class (54.6 inches diagonal), Availability & Pricing TBA

2022 LG OLED 8K TVs

OLED88Z2PUA, 88-inch class (87.6 inches diagonal), $24,999, Available April 2022

OLED778Z2PUA, 77-inch class (76.7 inches diagonal), $12,999, Available April 2022

 

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Thank you Martin for referencing our company! LG has been very kind to us for the 2022 TV rollout.

Two weeks ago we received LG's first shipment of 55", 65" and 77" C2 2022 OLED TVs and this Friday, March 25th we'll have the first allocation of 77" G2 Gallery Series OLED TVs. So for LG's 2022 OLED TVs we were selected a LG's launch partner.
 

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Greg love for you to stop by our store this Friday or whenever you can. We'll have LG's 2022 77" C2 butt next to the 77" G2.
 

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Today, Thursday, March 24th we'll receive LG's first allocation of 2022 77" G2 Gallery Series OLED TVs!

Tomorrow we'll do a live podcast with Shane's YouTube channel owner of SpareChange and Brian, of Whisper Status 74, D-Nice our calibrator, and myself.
 

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Did you purchase yours yet? I'm waiting on more information about those pedestal stands.

Yes but I have vacation 18-22 and Robert was concerned they would try to deliver while I'm away. So we are going to wait and have the order placed with LG on the 20th. Probably for the best but it's haaaard

Still no movement on the 42s...
 

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It is hard to tell any difference between the G1 and G2 in any of these videos. The G1 I have isn't exactly dim.with or without lights on. What I'm wondering is the difference between the 48"C2 and the C1, since I have been thinking of picking up a C1 on sale at Vision in Canada to use as wall-mounted computer monitor in my kitchen area.
 

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It is hard to tell any difference between the G1 and G2 in any of these videos. The G1 I have isn't exactly dim.with or without lights on. What I'm wondering is the difference between the 48"C2 and the C1, since I have been thinking of picking up a C1 on sale at Vision in Canada to use as wall-mounted computer monitor in my kitchen area.
The reviewers have been saying there is a greater difference between the G1 and G2 than the C1 and C2.
 

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Yup. If you are amenable to last years tech I would snap up a c1. 42c2 being the obvious exception since it’s new in 42. If you want “the best” and intend to go 5+ years definitely consider the g2. Lots of buzz about the Samsung QD but no Dolby vision is a deal breaker for me and the A95j/k costs don’t equal benefit over g2 for me so far.

I’m basing this on reviewers I trust, since I have yet to see one.
 

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Posted this earlier in the wrong forum. Hope to see many of our HTF friends in the chat!

Check out our 11:30am Friday, April 15th podcast at our a/v showroom. We'll be showcasing LG's 2022 C2 and G2 OLED TVs.

We'll be moderating for any Q&A.

We'll also briefly show 2021 C1, Sony A90J Master Series, Samsung's 98" QN90A, Sony's 75X95J, and Hisense's PX1-PRO with the Dolby Vision HDR Firmware Update on our 100" UST/ALR Screen will be in our main TV Showroom, and a peak at our adjacent dedicated theater demo room.