LG has set $ 3,000 as the reference price if you want one of the company's most advanced OLED TVs. That's for the 55-inch model of the C8 series, which includes LG's new a9 processor to reduce noise and smooth out gradation (fewer bands).
There will also be a less expensive B8 series in the lineup, but it will lack the new chip and should offer an almost identical performance to the previous year. Moving up to the 65-inch C8 will cost $ 4,000, and the 77-inch version will cost $ 10,000.
So yes, OLED TVs are still very expensive, but as CNET points out, the good news is that once these models go on sale, we should see some of the lowest prices that LG has offered. Buying a new television as soon as it hits the market in the spring is almost always a bad idea. During the Black Friday period last year, you can buy an incredible LG OLED for only $ 1,600. The B8 could ultimately lower even more than that, although you will still have to pay a bit of premium to get the a9 chip and the superior processing that LG has been talking about. As for the flagship television "wallpaper", which will run $ 15,000 to 77 inches.
All LG OLEDs 2018 listed below include updated software designed to show the company's ThinQ artificial intelligence through voice commands. The Google Assistant is integrated. They are also compatible with all the most important HDR formats and videos with high frame rates of up to 120 fps from streaming applications. Dolby Atmos audio is also included.
W8 "wallpaper" Serie77-inch W8: $ 14,999.9965-inch W8: price not yet announced
E8 "glass image" Series 65-inch E8: $ 4,499,995-inch E8: $ 3,499.99
C8 Series77 inches C8: $ 9,999,995 inches C8: $ 3,999,995 inches C8: $ 2,999.99
B8 Series65 inches B8: price not yet announcedB8 inches B8: price not yet announced