LG TV 2021: List of LG 2021 OLED, QNED, And NanoCell TVs

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There are lots of amazing lineups of LG TV 2021. Because we’ve recently reviewed the LG C1 OLED TV, we all know it’s got an amazing OLED in its midst.

LG TV 2021

But big changes are also on the way, from expanded TV panel sizes to the introduction of Mini LED in the all-new ‘QNED’ TV range.

LG ended 2020 in a very strong position, with the runaway success of its popular LG CX OLED. The TV maker is clearly taking pains to worry that it’s tackling any remaining areas for improvement. Read more for some amazing LG TV 2021 lineups.

LG TV 2021

The step-down B Series is no longer LG’s cheapest OLED TV. This range will still feature an a7 processing chip but will likely feature other cost-saving measures too. We still expect to examine an LG B1 OLED release a bit later in the year though.

There’s also increased support for gaming functionality, with four HDMI 2.1 ports for every new OLED set. Also, as VRR (variable refresh rate) and game streamers Google Stadia and Nvidia GeForce Now landing on new LG TVs.

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It’s not just the new LG TVs we’re excited about in 2021, but accessories, just like the LG Magic Remote, which comes with LG OLED TVs.

This remote really stands out because you can use it as a daily point and click the remote. But it also comes with motion technology built-in. And this response to gestures and significantly upgrades your viewing experience once you get used to it.

LG 2021 OLED TVs

Here are some LG TV 2021 OLED TVs:

LG Z1 8K OLED (77, 88-inch)

LG’s only 8K OLED TV is certain to be pricey. But it’s one among very few televisions that meld 8K resolution with the advantages of an OLED panel.

It’s only available in a few larger sizes, though a bit cheaper than in previous years. At the top-end LG OLED, though, you’re also getting top-class upscaling, Dolby Atmos audio. And also, the HDMI 2.1/VRR gaming features found on the C1 and G1.

LG G1 4K OLED (55, 65, 77-inch):

The Gallery Series OLED features a successor, with a slimmed-down form factor and an ‘OLED evo’ upgrade. All these add to the picture’s brightness that even the LG CX won’t be benefitting from.

It’s set to be brighter than last year’s GX too. And come with the option of a paired Gallery represent those not desperate to drill this stunner into a wall. Featuring 4K HDR, Dolby Vision, and Atmos too.

Other LG OLED TV 2021 include:

  • LG C1 4K OLED (48, 55, 77, 83-inch).
  • LG B1 4K OLED (55. 65, 77-inch).
  • LG A1 4K OLED (48, 55, 65, 77-inch).

And more to come.

LG 2021 QNED TVs

Here are the 2021 QNED TVs from LG:

LG QNED99 8K TV (65, 75, 86-inch)

The Nano9Z is the year’s highest-spec ‘QNED’ television. Meaning it makes use of a Mini LED backlight to enhance brightness control and contrast over standard LCD-LED displays.

It’s an 8K TV too and packs a 120Hz panel with Full Array Local Dimming. Also as supporting hands-free voice commands.

LG QNED95 8K TV (65, 75-inch):

The QNED95 cleaves near to the QNED99, as a Mini LED 8K TV. But makes do with a 60Hz panel instead of 120Hz. It uses an 8K iteration of the a9 Gen 4 AI Processor too.

Other LG QNED TVs 2021 include:

  • LG QNED90 4K TV (65, 75, 86-inch).
  • LG QNED85 4K TV (65, 75-inch).

And more to come.

LG 2021 NanoCell TVs

They include:

LG Nano90 4K NanoCell (55, 65, 75, 86-inch):

We’re not in Mini LED/QNED territory, with these 2021 iterations on last year’s NanoCell LCD TVs. The Nano90 may be a 4K set featuring Nano Color, a 120Hz panel, it’s compatible with the Gallery Stand.

LG TV 2021 Technology

Users are getting a brand-new round of processors, with the a9 getting a Gen 4 AI iteration. Also, as a step-down a7 Gen 3 model for the new A-Series.

LG claims its new chip will use deep learning to analyze discrete objects onscreen. Meaning people, backgrounds, and sections of text are all properly distinguished from others.

The biggest change this year is perhaps the introduction of Mini LED, an LCD TV technology also used by TCL. LG’s Mini LED screens aren’t replacing its OLED TVs.

But it could give new life to the company’s LCD displays. And this tends to feel a little underwhelming next to their impressive OLED siblings.

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