LG will be Launching its Massive 97in G2 OLED TV for $25,000

LG is breaking the bank with a 97in G2 OLED TV, the largest yet in its supply.

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With only a few days left before the IFA Berlin trade show begins, LG aims for the stratosphere through the debut of its largest TV yet, a 97in G2 OLED.

LG is well-known for delivering incredible tech gadgetry, expressed best in its long line of gaming monitors and various headphones. But when it comes to full television sets, LG always intends on upping the ante and it shows in the technology underpinning its forthcoming 97in G2 OLED, which will be available for everyday customers.

This behemoth of a TV, which according to FlatpanelsHD will cost about the same as a relatively nice car, will leverage a 9 Gen5 AI Processor for impeccable image quality in everything from live sports broadcasts to animated movies.

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LG’s 97in G2 OLED will also be using an OLED Evo panel for better brightness quality and will have the Gallery Edition’s mounted flush finish, so the TV is as close to the wall as possible.

While the 97in G2 OLED TV might be a bit too much for everyday consumers, the G2 is still available in an array of smaller sizes going down from 88in to 42in. Existing reviews thus far for the G2 OLED are quite stellar, with Tom’s Guide gifting a 4.5 out of 5.

LG will be showcasing the TV to lucky entrants amid the IFA Berlin this week, scheduled to kick off on Friday, Sept. 2nd. As of right now, the firm hasn’t specified when interested consumers might be able to pick up the 92in G2 Oled just yet, but explained it “will be available for purchase in global markets,” with additional information being “shared in the following weeks.”

At IFA Berlin, LG is prepared to run the gamut across all of its major consumer products, highlighting its 88in LG Z2 8K signature OLED and 86in QNED99 in tandem with a 136in Micro LED TV that sports a 4K resolution.

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