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LG's 2023 OLED TVs

LG’s 2023 OLED TVs Arrive in Late March Starting at $1,299

LG estimates the cost of delivering LG’s 2023 OLED TVs by 2023. The flagship G3 and flagship C3 (pictured) will arrive in late March and will be available for pre-order from April 6. The C3 e starts at $129 for the lowest 42-inch version and goes up to $5,299 for the larger 83-inch version.

The G3 starts at $2,499 for the 55-inch model and goes up to $649,999 for the 55-inch model. Base B3 will not be ready until April. Pricing starts at $169,955, goes up to $55,000 for the OLED TV, and tops out at $329,000 for the 77-inch model. LG has promised to set a price for the wireless and transparent OLED T M3.

LG’s 2023 OLED TVs

As we mentioned back in January, the G3 is getting its biggest update of the year. The C3 uses the a9 Gen 6 processor, although it’s better than last year’s C2. It might be a better buy than the B3, though, especially in the “better” mid-range.

The $2,499 65-inch C3 is only $100 more than the equivalent B3 with a weaker chipset (a7 Gen 6), so there’s a harder way to determine the additional cost for this category. It’s unclear whether LG’s lineup will fare well compared to the Samsung S95C.

LG’s Gaming-Friendly

LG's Gaming-Friendly

Samsung’s display is slightly brighter than LG’s and has a gaming-friendly 144Hz refresh rate. However, only the 77-inch S95C is currently available, while LG offers Dolby Vision HDR compatibility (Samsung still sticks to HDR10+) as well as more size and power. It also packs an A9 Gen 6 processor with better display and sound quality and internal speaker support, comparable to LG’s latest flagship.

The C3 shares the same benefits as the Gen 6 A9 chip, but is slightly improved over last year’s C2. However, it works best for the B3, especially in the middle of the sweet spot. At $2,499, the 65-inch C3 is only $100 more expensive than the B3 with the same lower-end processor (a7 Gen 6), which saves money with the full-size package.

As reported in January, the G3 will get a major update this year. Thanks to the magnifying function, it provides up to 70% clearer images, and the inverted zero-gap design makes it easy to mount on the wall. It is also equipped with the a9 Gen 6 processor with better graphics processing and audio performance and can integrate the built-in speaker sound with LG’s high-end sound system…

LG’s 2023 OLED TVs Arrive

LG's 2023 OLED TVs Arrive

I’m not sure the LG listing is correct for the Samsung S95C. Samsung’s device is slightly slower than LG’s latest device, with a 144Hz refresh rate that’s perfect for gaming. Only current S95C 77in. LG supports Dolby Vision HDR (Samsung still sticks to HDR10+) and offers different sizes and performance levels.

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LG has released pricing details for its 2023 OLED TVs when they ship. The flagship G3 and mainstream C3 (above) will be available from late March, with pre-orders starting March 6. Prices for the C3 start at $1,299 for the smaller 42-inch screen and go up to $5,299 for the larger 83-inch screen. The G3 starts at $2499 for the 55-inch screen and goes up to $6499 for the 83-inch model.

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