the LG 55G1 (with HDMI 2.1) now costs € 600 less

Among the LG OLED televisions released this year, one range stands out: the G1 models, with their new EVO panel. This quality comes at a price, but the 55-inch version is a little less expensive at the moment thanks to a promotion raising its price from 2,290 euros to 1,690 euros at Boulanger.

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Launched in 2021, LG’s G1 OLED TV range introduced the Korean manufacturer’s new generation of EVO panels, which provide, among other things, better brightness. Add to that a television designed to be hung on the wall like a work of art, and we get a reference that easily climbs the podium. Usually LG OLED TVs come at a high price, but luckily some discounts are enough to soften the bill (a bit). This is the case of the OLED55G1 TV, which takes advantage of 600 euros reduction at the moment.

The essential points of the LG OLED55G1 TV

  • The excellent quality of the Evo OLED panel
  • Compatible Dolby Vision, HDR10 et Dolby Atmos
  • HDMI 2.1 support

Previously displayed at 2,290 euros, the LG OLED55G1 TV is now offered at 1,690 euros at Boulanger.

If, subsequently, the offer mentioned in this article is no longer available, please take a look below to find other offers concerning the LG OLED55G1 TV. The table updates automatically.

A TV that looks like a painting

LG’s OLED55G1 TV adopts a sleek design, and a 55-inch diagonal that is comfortable even in small spaces. Above all, this model was designed to be hung on a wall, to make it a real work of art. If you want to bet on a different style, it will also be possible to put the screen on feet or a tripod.

Anyway, the OLED55G1 TV will make an impression in your interior, and its OLED Evo panel is not for nothing. Thanks to self-emissive pixels, the brightness has been considerably improved, and the contrasts will always be as defined. Infinite blacks and bright colors will also be present to complete the poster. In short, the Evo panel is a real breakthrough, and it significantly improves the experience of its users.

Many compatibilities for a powerful TV

The LG OLED55G1 TV offers compatibility with some of the best video standards, like HDR10 (but not HDR10 +) and Dolby Vision. Sound side, we will be entitled to a Dolby Atmos emulation. The Filmmaker mode, which can be found on many of the brand’s TVs, will also be available, and will allow the image to perfectly match the vision of the director of the film being viewed. A nice little extra for home cinema sessions.

In addition, pure performance side of the TV, these will be provided by the Alpha 9 Gen 4 AI 4K processor, which will take care of the scaling of HD content, as well as adjustments to the sound level.

Gaming has not been forgotten

If the LG OLED55G1 TV is ideal for enjoying movies and series as much as possible, it is just as good for gaming. It has the advantage of being equipped with an HDMI 2.1 connection, which allows 4K @ 120 IPS as well as VRR, or variable refresh rate, useful for combating the phenomenon of tearing, or screen tears. Add to that a response rate of just 1ms, along with G-Sync and AMD FreeSync certifications for smooth footage. The screen is also refreshed to 120 Hz, which will only increase this fluidity during your sessions.

Finally, this TV runs on the WebOS 6.0 operating system, an interface that is still as clean as possible. It is also compatible with Google Assistant and Amazon Alexa voice assistants for voice control. AirPlay2 and Miracast will also be in the game and allow you to stream content from a smartphone or tablet. Connectivity side, we can count on 4 HDMI 2.1 ports, 3 USB ports, an optical output, a headphone jack, an antenna input, a satellite input and an Ethernet port.

To learn more, do not hesitate to read our full review of the LG OLED55G1 TV.

9 /10


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