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LG has officially announced the price details and launch dates for its upcoming 2021 range of new OLED TVs in South Africa.
The company showcased its new home entertainment range in South Africa in a virtual event, highlighting the local lineup.
The series of OLED TVs landing on our shores include devices from the Z1, G1, C1, and A1 series in a variety of sizes.
The premium offerings — the Z1, G1, and C1 series — all feature LG’s latest Alpha Gen 9 AI processors. Meanwhile, the new A1 series offers LG OLED technology at a more affordable price bracket for local consumers.
The Z1 takes the title of the largest and highest resolution TV in the lineup: an 88-inch 8K OLED television. It is also the most expensive, priced at R549 999.
For gamers, the company highlighted its C1 range.
“LG’s 2021 C1 OLED TV is the best match for next-gen gaming consoles and PCs,” the company said.
Like the other OLEDs LG is launching, the range supports HDMI 2.1 — an important feature for next-gen consoles. However, the range also features HDR, low input latency, and numerous ports.
The C1 series includes televisions between 48 inches and 83 inches in size — which also means the price range varies considerably. You’re looking at R21 999 for the 48-inch version, all the way up to R199 999 for the 83-inch TV.
2021 LG OLED TV price details and launch
The new TVs will be rolling out in stores from the end of May and beginning of June.
The prices for the TVs depend on the series and price, ranging from R21 999 to R549 999.
You can see a summary of the LG OLED TV price details for South Africa below:
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