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LG UK OLED and NANOCELL models and pricing for 2020 announced

Phil Hinton

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UK Pricing & Rollout Schedule

Model codeTypeScreen sizeSeriesRRPLaunch weekDate
55NANO91NANOCELL55NANO91£1,299.99WK14W/C 30TH MARCH
65NANO91NANOCELL65NANO91£1,699.99WK14W/C 30TH MARCH
55NANO90NANOCELL55NANO90£1,299.99WK14W/C 30TH MARCH
65NANO90NANOCELL65NANO90£1,699.99WK14W/C 30TH MARCH
49NANO86NANOCELL49NANO86£1,049.99WK14W/C 30TH MARCH
OLED55GXOLED55GX£2,299.99WK15W/C 6TH APRIL
OLED65GXOLED65GX£3,499.99WK15W/C 6TH APRIL
OLED55CXOLED55CX£1,799.99WK15W/C 6TH APRIL
OLED65CXOLED65CX£2,799.99WK15W/C 6TH APRIL
OLED65WXOLED65WX£4,499.99WK16W/C 13TH APRIL
75NANO91NANOCELL75NANO91£2,499.99WK16W/C 13TH APRIL
86NANO91NANOCELL86NANO91£3,999.99WK16W/C 13TH APRIL
75NANO90NANOCELL75NANO90£2,499.99WK16W/C 13TH APRIL
55NANO86NANOCELL55NANO86£1,199.99WK16W/C 13TH APRIL
65NANO86NANOCELL65NANO86£1,499.99WK16W/C 13TH APRIL
75NANO998K NANOCELL75NANO99£5,499.99WK17W/C 20TH APRIL
49NANO81NANOCELL49NANO81£899.99WK18W/C 27TH APRIL
55NANO81NANOCELL55NANO81£999.99WK18W/C 27TH APRIL
65NANO81NANOCELL65NANO81£1,299.99WK18W/C 27TH APRIL
OLED77CXOLED77CX£4,999.99WK19W/C 4TH MAY
OLED88ZX8K OLED88ZX£39,999.99WK20W/C 11TH MAY
OLED77GXOLED77GX£5,999.99WK20W/C 11TH MAY
OLED48CXOLED48CX£1,499.99WK20W/C 11TH MAY
OLED77ZX8K OLED77ZX£24,999.99WK22W/C 25TH MAY
65NANO958K NANOCELL65NANO95£2,999.99WK23W/C 1ST JUNE
65NANO998K NANOCELL65NANO99£4,499.99WK24W/C 8TH JUNE
55NANO958K NANOCELL55NANO95£1,999.99WK45W/C 2ND NO
 
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snooper

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Are you likely to be getting the 48 inch OLED in for review? I think this would be popular for everyone who cant fit a 55 inch in. Also next year will other manufacturers use this size panel or is it going to be LG exclusive. Thanks
 

encaser

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CX 77" £4999, that's a big drop and about time too.
Next year should see it drop rather further, when the new models for 2021 are announced - assuming anyone can afford it by then!
 

Phil Hinton

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Are you likely to be getting the 48 inch OLED in for review? I think this would be popular for everyone who cant fit a 55 inch in. Also next year will other manufacturers use this size panel or is it going to be LG exclusive. Thanks
Yes, I hope to review that model when it is available.
 

nenito2k

Active Member
Are you likely to be getting the 48 inch OLED in for review? I think this would be popular for everyone who cant fit a 55 inch in. Also next year will other manufacturers use this size panel or is it going to be LG exclusive. Thanks
dude...where have you been the past 3 months ?! various other manufacturers already announced a 48" in the next few weeks !!!! why on earth are you talking about 2021 ?
 

jakimp

Well-known Member
the 88" 8K is £40,000 ? wow that is funny

so its that or the "best" projector (JVC NX9), screen and good upper mid level speakers, sources, amplification and room treatment for about the same price - don't see that as a tough choice
 

Tim2049

Well-known Member
£40k on an OLED...(?) Well, the economy is looking like it's on the up, so I'm sure they'll sell like hot cakes..(recently modernised to 'loo rolls'...)
 

encaser

Member
£40k on an OLED...(?) Well, the economy is looking like it's on the up, so I'm sure they'll sell like hot cakes..(recently modernised to 'loo rolls'...)
You could probably get one with a couple of dozen loo rolls.
 

bogart99

Active Member
Among the OLED range is the GX Gallery series which comes in 55-, 65-, 77-inches and features a new panel design which accommodates all the internal components and connectivity while still allowing for an extremely thin panels (the 65-inch version is a mere 20mm thick) which can be affixed to a wall using the special mount in a manner that mirrors a piece of art hanging flush to a museum wall.

And then you see a plethora of cables snaking up to it. I suppose as the One Connect Box is a Samsung idea LG stick their head in the sand over it.
 

nitram_tpr

Active Member
Thanks for the update Phil, both my Mum and Brother are waiting on the 48" OLED hopefully come Christmas time it'll be around the £1000 level.
 

damo09

Well-known Member
So.wjats the difference between nanocell and oled..and do they still suffer screenburn?
 

Spee2k

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So LG's cheapest 8K entry costs £25,000!!! Lads, I think we need to just sit out buying a telly this year! Judging from what we have read, Samsung's 8K Processor is the real deal so an 8K TV really sounds like the best 4K TV money can buy and you can get on the 8K ladder with Samsung for circa £5,500!

OLED has peaked, especially with peak brightness (no pun intended) but we all know its gonna win the this year's "virtual" blind TV shootout so that should placate the fan boys ;)

Samsung have all but said they are ditching LCD tech . So why should I invest in a new QLED when I know Q-OLED or whatever its called is right around the corner ?!
 

Supafly Boy

Active Member
77inch CX, at £4,999?! That will be the one for me then 🤗
 

Varsas

Active Member
So.wjats the difference between nanocell and oled..and do they still suffer screenburn?
Nanocell= LCD, with an LED backlight and a quanum dot film allowing for better contrast ratios and wider colour gamut etc. You need a quatum dot (nanocell, QLED whatever the manufacturer calls it) for an LCD to do HDR well. Very unlikely to suffer 'screenburn' (but it's certainly not impossible)

OLED=Organic Light Emitting Diode. Self emissive, unlike LCD each individual pixel produces it's own light which has some advantages over an LCD. Can, in theory, suffer from 'screenburn' (not a fan of that phrase but I know what you mean).
 

SonOfSJ

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I'm not quite sure why the 8K OLEDs are so very expensive (£25K for 77" and £40K for the 88") compared to the 4K OLED prices. Yes, the 8K LCDs from other manufacturers are also significantly more expensive than the 4K LCDs, but not by so much. And I thought that last year's 88" 8K OLED was extravagant at "only" £30K!

I'd be very curious to see if the 86" 4K Nanocell LCD is any good, when tested by independent reviewers. Otherwise, it could be a false economy to go for it rather than the best 85" LCDs from Samsung and Sony.
 

Spee2k

Well-known Member
Nanocell= LCD, with an LED backlight and a quanum dot film allowing for better contrast ratios and wider colour gamut etc. You need a quatum dot (nanocell, QLED whatever the manufacturer calls it) for an LCD to do HDR well. Very unlikely to suffer 'screenburn' (but it's certainly not impossible)

OLED=Organic Light Emitting Diode. Self emissive, unlike LCD each individual pixel produces it's own light which has some advantages over an LCD. Can, in theory, suffer from 'screenburn' (not a fan of that phrase but I know what you mean).
I think you mean "can in practice and after extended use , suffer screen burn and permanent image retention... just saying.. :thumbsup:
 

EL Dukeo

Well-known Member
Glad the 77oled has managed to hit sub £5000 where it has been in the states for quite a while. Def keeping my eye on the end of year price
 

SonOfSJ

Well-known Member
@sagaris99 You really should have let it drop after Flecky81's post #32.
 

tman

Well-known Member
It's pretty obvious that current OLED tech has nowhere to go. There are no real improvements now, other than a tweak here and there, and LG know it. The 2019 screens were barely any different to the 2018 ones, and it seems like a repeat in 2020. Obviously LG add 'extras' to try and entice buyers (no frames, audio, HDMI 2.1, smart features, rollable etc), but the panel tech itself has peaked.
The next true jump forward will be microLED, so I'd save your money for that. By this point in their lifetime, you'd expect OLED prices to have come down considerably. They haven't. If you're desperate for OLED, snap up a 2019 65" C9 for under £2k while you can.
 

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