LG Celebrates 10 Years of OLED with new TV Range

Discover the Latest OLED TV Models for 2023: A Comprehensive Guide


33 new models including the flagship LG OLED evo G3 and C3 TVs, OLED Lifestyle, QNED models and the LG StanbyME portable screen;

Enhanced brightness and picture quality with OLED evo, sixth generation Alpha 9 AI Processor and Brightness Booster Max technology on select OLED TVs;

New and intuitive ‘Home webOS’ including Quick Cards that offer personalised content recommendations and access to features for Home Office, Gaming and Sport;

Lifestyle OLED TV range offers variety of form factors designed for any consumer.

New OLED TV Models for 2023

LG has once again demonstrated its cutting-edge OLED technology and maintained its global market leadership by introducing 15 new OLED models in 2023. These include the flagship LG OLED evo G3 series and the revolutionary LG SIGNATURE OLED M TV. The LG SIGNATURE OLED M, which has a 97-inch screen, is the world’s first TV with Zero Connect technology, allowing users to enjoy superior TV content wirelessly.

LG OLED M 97-inches of viewing magnificence.

4K QNED – Just Like Being There

LG’s QNED is an exceptional LED TV series that has combined two of the most advanced LED TV technologies, Quantum Dot and NanoCell, to make your viewing experience even better. With hundreds of dimming zones and mini LEDs, the QNED MiniLED TVs offer precise brightness control, deeper blacks, and an ultra-high contrast ratio. The 2023 QNED TV range is available in 55- to 86-inch sizes, with 4K resolution. This year, the QNED Million Grey Scale Block Dimming technology has been introduced to the line-up, providing one million dynamic gradations for improved contrast expression. This technology enhances the entertainment experience, making it even more thrilling. The LG QNED MiniLED TV range brings the excitement and atmosphere of entertainment content to Australian homes, making it a must-have for all sports enthusiasts.

Without peer – LG QNED 4K

Slimline and Wireless

The separate Zero Connect box has multiple ports for HDMI devices, voice recognition, and compatibility with soundbars. The ultra-slim panel of the LG SIGNATURE OLED M complements premium homes and allows users to minimise cable clutter. When wall-mounted, the TV sits flat against the wall and blends seamlessly with the décor.

Picture AI

Exciting news! AI Picture Pro has been improved to provide better upscaling capabilities, resulting in clearer images. Additionally, it now includes OLED Dynamic Tone Mapping Pro, which splits pictures into 20,000 blocks to identify the darkest and brightest areas for precise HDR optimization, providing a more immersive experience for users.

Home ‘WebOS’ – A World of Content

LG has recently launched the all-new ‘Home webOS’, which offers a lot of convenience and customisation options. With the new feature of Quick Cards, users can access content and services from various categories, including Home Office, Gaming, Music, and Sports such as AFL and NRL.

The Home Office Card can turn the LG TV into a workstation by connecting to cloud-based virtualization solutions like Windows 365 and Google Drive. The Gaming Card provides easy access to services like GeForce NOW, Twitch, and YouTube. The Music card allows fast access to many music streaming services like TIDAL and Spotify. And the Sports card provides real-time alerts and updates for sports leagues and teams, including Australian sporting codes like AFL and NRL.

LG Lifestyle Range

LG has recently launched its 2023 Lifestyle TV range in Australia, introducing new form factors to the consumers. The range includes flagship LG OLED G3, LG Objet OLED models – Posé and Easel, and unique devices like LG StanbyME portable screen and LG OLED Flex. The Objet models, Posé and Easel, offer more than just a regular TV as they blend innovation and design to become a part of the user’s space.

LG Easel – functional and stylish

LG Posé features an LG OLED evo panel and Alpha9 Gen 5 AI Processor, and the Brightness Booster Max technology delivers more vibrant and clearer images. The TV also comes with a sleek cable and accessory organiser that keeps the entertainment devices neat and tidy at the back. Users can transform the TV into a frame via the LG Gallery Mode function when not in use.

LG Posé with LG OLED evo panel
LG Flex – the perfect Gaming partner.

Home Connectivity

The LG ThinQ AI platform is designed to offer an intuitive user experiences by allowing natural language commands for controlling TV functions. Users can also benefit from the combination of LG ThinQ AI TVs with Google Assistant and Amazon Alexa, which facilitates access to smart home devices and daily tasks. LG has integrated new streaming services and catch-up TV apps like Paramount+, 10 Play, and TikTok, making it easy for users to access a wide range of content in 2023.

Additionally, LG TVs in 2023 will offer popular content streaming platforms such as Disney+, Stan, Amazon Prime, Netflix, Apple TV+, Foxtel, BINGE, Kayo, and Optus Sport, providing users with an array of content options. The new webOS Home interface allows for easy access to content through the LG Magic Remote. All in all, the LG ThinQ AI platform and LG TVs in 2023 are exciting additions to the world of digital entertainment.

Pricing ranges from $899 for the UR80 up to $15,999 for the 77-inch OLED Z3.

For more details on the 2023 range of TV products and the LG StanbyME portable screen please refer to the fact sheet below or visit: https://www.lg.com/au/tvs

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