LG has made an interesting space for itself in the world of TVs. The brand’s OLED TVs are the ideal choice for gamers as they come with support for HDMI 2.1 making them great options for PC and console gamers alike. LG’s portfolio of TVs ranges from LG 32-inch smart TVs and LG 4K smart TVs all the way up to premium OLED TVs. This list comprises LG smart TV prices along with their features and specifications. LG 43 inch smart TVs are available in India, however, most of their high end and OLED offerings start close to 50-inches with a few exceptions. We also have LG smart TV 32 inch price in India, but since this is about the best LG has to offer, it will not feature any 32-inch TVs. LG 43 inch Smart TV price and features may not be in this list as we may talk about larger screen sizes available in the same variant. But remember, LG has some models where the screen size varies from 43-inch all the way to 65-inch or larger. LG TVs run on their own UI called WebOS. All LG TVs run on WebOS giving you a homogenous experience no matter what model you use. The biggest difference is that some of LG's budget offerings do not come with the company’s magic remote control. That magic remote is available with the company’s premium TV offerings and as the name suggests, lets you use the remote control as a magic wand. You have a cursor on the screen that you can control by moving the remote and this really helps with login and navigating the UI. Almost all LG TVs are smart TVs giving you access to popular streaming services like Netflix, Prime Video and more from the comfort of the UI. If you are in the market to pick up an LG TV, here is a look at the best LG TVs you can buy. Although the prices of the products mentioned in the list given below have been updated as of 3rd Dec 2021, the list itself may have changed since it was last published due to the launch of new products in the market since then.
LG’s new 2021 OLEDs are finally coming to the Indian shores. The LG G1 is a successor to the LG GX we saw in 2020. It has LG’s EVO panel that claims to address the low brightness on OLED TVs. Expect this TV to pack some stellar picture performance. Under the hood the TV is powered by Alpha 9 Gen 4 AI Processor 4K. It supports all HDR formats including HDR 10, HLG and Dolby Vision. It also supports Dolby Atmos. The TV also supports Dolby Vision IQ which changes the settings of the TV based on the lighting in the room. Till now we have seen settings like Dolby Vision bright and Dolby Vision dark on Tvs and it will be interesting to see how Dolby Vision IQ changes the game. All four HDMI ports on the TV support HDMI 2.1 and bring features like ALLM, VRR and 4K at 120Hz. The TV also supports G-Sync and Freesync. The TV also has a very slim design making it look like a picture frame on the wall. The TV is available in 55,65 and 77-inch screen sizes.
Under the hood, the specifications of the LG C1 and G1 are the same. The biggest difference between the 2 is the OLED panel. While the G1 has the Evo OLED panel, we get the traditional OLED panel on the C1, which by the way, is no slouch if LG’s CX and C9 are any indication. The C1 also has the Alpha 9 Gen 4 AI Processor 4K processor and supports HDR 10, Dolby Vision IQ and also Dolby Atmos. The design of the TV is the same as the LG C9. The TV comes with all four HDMI 2.1 ports with support for ALLM, VRR and 4K at 120Hz. The TV also supports NVIDIA G-Sync and Freesync. The TV comes with LGs redesigned WebOS UI and also the new remote control. The LG C1 is available in 48, 55 and 65-inch screen sizes.
If you are looking for a small screen OLED TV then you should check out the 48-inch LG CX. While the TV launched internationally in 2020, it launched in early 2021 in India. If you have limited space or are looking for an OLED TV for a small bedroom, then this one should work well for you. It has the same features and specifications we saw on the LG GX. The CX comes in screen sizes ranging from 48-inch to 77-inch. All 4 HDMI ports on the TV support HDMI 2.1 giving you access to features like VRR, ALLM and 4K at 120Hz. The TV has an OLED panel which means you get some of the best colours, brightness and contrast for gaming. While OLEDs still pose the issue of burn-in, it shouldn't be a problem if you vary the content you play on the TV. The TV runs on LG’s WebOS and brings support for all popular streaming services. It also supports Amazon Alexa, Google Assistant and AirPlay, making it a great TV for content consumption as well.
Great picture reproduction in HDR.
Good upscaling for 1080p content.
Smooth and easy to use UI.
Supports HDMI 2.1 for gaming.
Easy to use and functional remote control.
The panel can get quite reflective in well-lit rooms.
The biggest difference between the LG B1 and the C1 is the processor powering the TV. While the C1 has LG Alpha 9 gen 4 processor, the B1 has alpha 7 Gen 4 processor. The rest of the features such as all 4 HDMI 2.1 ports, Dolby Vision IQ and more are the same as the C1. The B1 also has a slightly smaller table top stand when compared to the C1. But when mounted on the wall, you’d be hard pressed to tell the difference between the 2. The LG B1 is available in two screen sizes - 55 and 65-inch.
If gaming features such as HDMI 2.1 are not important for you, then you can check out the LG A1 TV. Just like the B1, this one runs on the Alpha 7 gen 4 processor. It comes with support for all HDR formats like HDR 10, Dolby Vision IQ and Dolby Atmos. But for gaming it has only ALLM. Unlike the C1 and B1 that have a single table top stand, the A1 comes with two separate feet that hold the TV in place. The A1 does not have gaming features like VRR and 4K at 120Hz, so it is targeted at those that want a cinematic content consumption experience and are not gamers. The LG A1 is available in 48, 55 and 65-inch screen sizes.
LG’s 2020 4K NanoCell offering is powered by LG’s Alpha 7 Gen 3 chipset. In addition to 4K, the TV also supports HDR 10, Dolby Vision, Dolby Atmos and a “Filmmaker Mode” which changes the picture settings to reflect how the filmmakers wanted you to watch the content. The TV also supports HDR 10 Pro and HLG Pro. The TV also supports HDMI 2.1 making it ready for the next console generation and NVIDIA’s 30 series GPU. It also supports FreeSync. The TV runs on LG’s WebOS and brings with it all popular streaming services. It supports Google Assistant and Alexa. The TV has 4 HDMI ports and 3 USB ports for your connectivity needs.
The LG Nano 91 is another TV powered by the Alpha 7 Gen 3 chipset. The TV has a 4K resolution with support for all popular HDR formats including HDR 10 and Dolby Vision along with support for Dolby Atmos. The TV also supports HDR 10 Pro and HLG Pro. The TV also supports HDMI 2.1 making it ready for the next console generation and NVIDIA’s 30 series GPU. It also supports FreeSync. The TV runs on LG’s WebOS and brings with it all popular streaming services. It supports Google Assistant and Alexa. The TV has 4 HDMI ports and 3 USB ports for your connectivity needs. The TV also comes with a unique curved stand to hold it in place when kept on a table top.
This is LGs 2021 Nanocell TV and is available in 43, 55 and 65-inch screen sizes. The TV has a 4K resolution and a 60Hz refresh rate. The TV brings with it support for all popular streaming services. The TV supports HDR 10 and HLG. It also comes with a game mode to optimize the picture settings for gaming. The TV also comes with AI brightness adjusting the brightness of the TV based on the lighting in the room. It comes with LG’s magic remote in the box.