2018 LG C8 OLED TVs: Features, Design, Sizes, Prices, Release Date

Posted: Jan 18 2018, 3:59am CST | by , in Technology News

2018 LG C8 OLED TVs: Features, Design, Sizes, Prices, Release Date

The 2018 LG C8 OLED TV broke cover at CES 2018.

LG unveiled the LG E8 OLED TVs, LG W8 OLED TVs and the LG C8 OLED TV series at the CES 2018. The LG C8 series is going to be available with up to 77-inch in size. LG's C8 OLED TV feature the new alpha9 intelligent processor and LG ThinQ AI.

LG ThinQ AI TVs act as the hub for all of your connected devices with intelligent voice control, Google Assistant built in, plus Amazon Echo compatibility. The alpha 9 chip is LG’s most powerful processor provides true-to-life images with incredibly rich colors, sharpness and depth for greater realism. The LG C8 OLED TVs support 4K Cinema HDR and Dolby Atmos.

The LG C8 OLED TV series is comprised of the OLED77C8PUA, OLED55C8PUA and OLED55C8PUA. The C8 series is replacing the currently available LG OLED C7 Series.

LG has not announced the pricing and the release date yet for the LG OLED C8 TV series. The launch of the LG OLED C8P models will push down the price of the 2017 LG OLED C7 Series. It's just a matter of availability and how the new C8 OLED TVs are priced. The cost of the 77-inch LG OLED77C8PUA is likely to be astronomical. The currently available 77-inch LG OLED77G7P is on sale for $9,996.99 on amazon.com.

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