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LG has shared the official pricing and release details for its 2022 lineup of OLED TVs. The 42-inch OLED42C2PUA, which should make for a fantastic PC monitor, will be available in May 2022 for $1,399. Availability and pricing details for the 97-inch G2 OLED97G2PUA and 55-inch A2 OLED55A2PUA are still to come.

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

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

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

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

LG BEGINS U.S. ROLLOUT OF 2022 OLED TV LINEUP (LG)

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.2 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.

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7 comments

  1. Evo screen this year is a C upgrade. C is also the only line getting the 42” option. It’s either the A or B line that only supports 60Hz - can’t recall which.
  2. Evo screen this year is a C upgrade. C is also the only line getting the 42” option. It’s either the A or B line that only supports 60Hz - can’t recall which.
    For 2021 it's only the A series limited to 60 Hz. Looks like LG is doing more to distinguish the B & C lines with the Evo panel.
  3. the 42" C2 would be PERFECT for me.

    I'm still mighty nervous about the prospect of burn-in though, as while I do enjoy games, what I use this box for the most is work. I know OLED's have improved in this regard, but still, hours on end of static menu bars and excel menus can't be good...
  4. the 42" C2 would be PERFECT for me.

    I'm still mighty nervous about the prospect of burn-in though, as while I do enjoy games, what I use this box for the most is work. I know OLED's have improved in this regard, but still, hours on end of static menu bars and excel menus can't be good...
    Just throwing it out there - everything I've seen from OLEDs, both LG's and Samsung's, is that the sub-pixel layout is simply not optimal for productivity work without desktop scaling. Note that Apple makes extensive use of scaling on their displays as does nearly every mobile device.

    Granted this is also a matter of personal preference. Some folks doing productivity work claim no visible impact. I'm very tempted to order the Alienware 34" once it comes back in stock just to see it for myself.
  5. the 42" C2 would be PERFECT for me.

    I'm still mighty nervous about the prospect of burn-in though, as while I do enjoy games, what I use this box for the most is work. I know OLED's have improved in this regard, but still, hours on end of static menu bars and excel menus can't be good...
    I've been using my 48"CX as a monitor for about a year now and see no evidence of burn in at all. I don't do productivity work or anything like that on it, but do my internet browsing and gaming with it. If I walk away from it for any length of time I just have a screen saver set and have the TV turn off after a certain time.

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