LG is planning to expand its OLED TV line-up in 2022 with a 42-inch C2 model and a 83-inch G2 model. There will also be new A2 and B2 models.
LG 2022 OLED models
The model names appear in Korea's Radio Research Agency (RRA) certification database, as noted by HDTVTest. It means that LG has submitted the OLED TVs for radio certification, basically confirming their existence. Additional models were spotted in the cache of LG Korea's own website.
LG C2 will replace this year's C1 as the company's affordable feature-packed model. The C2 range will apparently span 42- to 83-inches. The 42-inch size is new but was expected after it got delayed from 2021 to 2022. There is still no sign of the rumored 97-inch model.
LG G2, which will replace G1 as the OLED 'Evo' range, has also been spotted in a new larger 83-inch format. This year's G1 tops out at 77-inches.
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Other new 2022 OLED models include LG A2 and B2 that will replace A1 and B1. In addition, LG will launch new QNED90, Nano83, Nano75, and UQ9300 LCD TV ranges, as confirmed by the RRA database.
The 2022 LG OLED models in bold are currently listed in the certification database, while the ones in italic follow from the naming scheme.
LG will unveil its 2022 TV line-up at CES 2022 in January.