LG has announced that its 2020 range of TVs will start to become available in the US and South Korea this month. We saw the lineup back at CES in January, and some of the highlights include:
- The BX and CX are the new entries in LG’s mainstream B- and C-series of 4K OLED TVs. (Basically LG is going with “X” across the lineup this year, so the BX is the successor to the 2019 B9, and so on.) This year there’s a new 48-inch model in addition to the 55-inch, 65-inch, and 77-inch options.
- The Gallery GX series is a premium 4K OLED line designed to be mounted on a wall, with ultra-slim form factors that don’t need separate boxes for the electronics. It’s available in sizes of 55, 65, and 77 inches.
- The ZX series includes LG’s latest 8K OLED…
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