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LG 2024 TV line-up (with TV compare tool)

03 Apr 2024 | Flatpanels |

LG's OLED TVs will support 144Hz for the first time, B4 will feature four HDMI 2.1 ports, and G4 will introduce 2nd gen MLA OLED technology. LG is also planning to start upgrading webOS. Here is LG's 2024 TV lineup.

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The big step for LG's WOLED technology occurred last year in G3 with MLA, where billions of tiny micro lenses were incorporated into the panel to improve efficiency and direct more of the generated OLED light towards the viewer. This year's G4 is expected to be even brighter with 2nd Gen MLA OLED technology, which will also be available in up to 83 inches for the first time. The panel manufacturer, LG Display, has specified the panel to have a peak brightness of 3000 nits and 250 nits full-screen, although we do not anticipate the actual G4 model to achieve those numbers in calibrated mode. Real performance will be confirmed once we have a review sample.
LG 2024 OLED
LG G4 looks like G3 but has a 2nd Gen MLA OLED panel
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LG is also launching M4, a variant of G4 with a wireless connection box (Zero Connect), as well as C4, the successor to C3. These models will feature 144Hz panels, while the new B4 will finally feature four HDMI 2.1 ports. However, B4 will have a less capable processor than C4 and operate at "only" 120Hz. No new A-series (60Hz) OLED has been announced for 2024. In addition, LG will launch its first transparent TV, OLED T, in 77 inches featuring the same wireless Zero Connect box. We will add LG's OLED T to the line-up overview later once we have confirmed details. Until then, you can learn about it in our article from CES. According to LG, a new Alpha 11 processor in G4 and M4 will deliver 4x the AI performance, 1.7x the graphic performance, 1.3x the processing power, and 2.5GB of RAM. It will feature "AI Super Upscaling", HDR dynamic tone-mapping, object enhancing, and "AI Director Processing". C4 will continue to utilize the Alpha 9, now in its 7th generation.

LG B4 OLED

LG B4 OLED. Photo: FlatpanelsHD

For the second year in a row there are no new OLED TV sizes from LG, although MLA OLED has made it to 83 inches. LG's lifestyle OLED ranges such as Pose will carry over into 2024. The South Korean manufacturer also has a refreshed line-up of LCD TVs, branded "QNED", but it has yet to demonstrate why consumers should prioritize these contrast-poor IPS LCD panels with fewer miniLED dimming zones over competitors' VA LCD TVs. Perhaps 2024 will put "QNED" on the map as some sizes of QNED90T in some regions will switch from IPS to VA LCD, except we still do not know how many dimming zones it has. It is another panel lottery. The new LCD ranges include QNED99T, QNED90T, QNED85T and QNED80T. For the first time, LG will offer a 98-inch LCD in its lineup, likely based on TCL's VA LCD panel. From QNED85T and above, there will also be four HDMI 2.1 ports.

LG 98QNED89T

LG's first 98-inch TV (98QNED89T) uses a VA LCD panel. Photo: FlatpanelsHD

LG's TV platform webOS will receive a minor facelift, but a significant change is the introduction of post-sale webOS upgrades. LG has committed to four version upgrades over the course of five years, as detailed in this article. Some older LG models will also be upgraded to webOS 24 next year. webOS 24 comes with built-in Chromecast for the first time, meaning that 2024 LG TVs will offer support for both Apple AirPlay and Google Chromecast, something that was previously reserved for TCL and Sony Google TVs. As for 8K, QNED99T will be available only in select regions and sizes as LG's sole new 8K option. The company's Z3 8K OLED from last year will carry over into 2024.
LG 2024 OLED
Later in 2024, LG will launch its first transparent OLED TV known as OLED T
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All the usual features remain, including Dolby Vision and Dolby Atmos, DTS audio support, Wowcast for wireless TV audio with compatible soundbars, HDMI 2.1 QMS, and LG's Gaming Dashboard, which now includes the option to switch between 120Hz and 144Hz in the models that feature 144Hz panel. LG TVs support three HDR video formats (HDR10, HLG and Dolby Vision), but not HDR10+. You can tell LG 2024 OLED TVs apart from previous years' models by the number '4' (4 for 2024) in the model name, i.e. C4, so 4 = 2024, 3 = 2023, 2 = 2022, 1 = 2021, X = 2020, 9 = 2019, 8 = 2018, 7 = 2017, 6 = 2016. The new LCD models are designated QNED or UT. A reminder: QNED**T / UT = 2024, QNED / UR = 2023, QNED / UQ / Nano = 2022, QNED / UP / Nano = 2021, Nano / UN = 2020, SM / UM = 2019, SK / UK = 2018, SJ / UJ = 2017, UH = 2016, UF = 2015, UB = 2014. The line-up overview will be updated continuously to reflect any changes or new models announced by LG. Once the TVs become available, the model name and size will become an active and clickable link to price comparison or retailers.

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