LG announces UK pricing for 2017 OLED TVs

24 Mar 2017 | Rasmus Larsen |

LG had already announced US pricing details and has now followed up with UK pricing details. CE-Pro reports that LG’s cheapest B7 will start at £2,999 pounds. The most expensive 77” W7 will set you back £24,999.

LG 2017 OLED TV pricing

We have not yet received prices in Euro but pricing details for the UK should serve as a fairly good indication for Europe as a whole, despite currency fluctuations caused by Brexit.

LG’s most affordable OLED TV in 2017 will be the B7 and C7 ranges that will cost the same. It is worth pointing out that C7 is flat this year, whereas last year's C6 was curved, so the main difference between the two new B7 and C7 ranges is design.

LG 2017 OLED


The E7 and G7 ranges feature a premium glass/aluminum design, and W7 is the “wallpaper OLED”. Every single model will have 4K resolution. They will also support Dolby Vision and Dolby Atmos.

LG’s 2017 OLED TVs will start shipping in Europe later this month and next month. The W7 “wallpaper OLED” will be available this summer.

LG 2017 OLED TVs - UK pricing

55” LG B7 - £2,999
65” LG B7 - £4,499
55” LG C7 - £2,999
65” LG C7 - £4,499
55” LG E7 - £3,499
65” LG E7 - £4,999
65” LG G7 - £6,999
77” LG G7 - £19,999
65” LG W7 - £7,999
77” LG W7 - £24,999
- Source: CE-Pro



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