LG starts shipping its 77" flagship G6 OLED TV

21 Jun 2016 | Rasmus Larsen |

LG has unleashed a beast of a TV upon the world. The 77-inch G6 is the company’s flagship OLED TV with 4K, HDR, and Dolby Vision.

77” flagship OLED

The TV is out of most people’s budget but if you are looking for one the absolute best TVs on the market you should surely consider LG’s impossibly thin 77-inch OLED77G6P. It is part of the G6 range that also includes a 65-inch model.


LG G6 is just 2.57 mm thin at its thinnest point. It also has powerful built-in speakers as the base. LG has branded it as “Signature” and says that the “striking silhouette is made possible by the new Picture-on-Glass technology”. We have seen the TV on a few occasions now and it truly is stunning.

The TV is obviously based on LG’s OLED technology, which provides perfect blacks and vivid colors. It also features 4K resolution, HDR, and support for Dolby Vision. You can enjoy HDR content either by connecting a UHD Blu-ray player or via streaming. The TV has LG’s webOS 3.0 platform with apps. Vudu and Netflix offer a little content in Dolby Vision and Amazon will join them soon.


However, LG OLED77G6P is not exactly cheap or widely available. The lowest price currently is around $25,000, which is a huge jump in price compared to the 65” OLED65G6P that is available for $8,000,

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