LG G2 OLED TV Test: New Features, Specifications and Price in Kenya
Another year, New Begining, yes, the LG brand is trying to do. Their 2022 televisions are now better than their predecessors and offer a complete experience to those who will renew their old devices.
Still, the OLED TV market leader, LG, is taking advantage of its annual range renewal to make its products even a little more attractive. After introducing its OLED Evo technology last year with the LG OLED G1, South Korea has new plans for 2022.
LG G2 OLED TV specifications
LG OLED65G2 datasheet
video games are now a must-have when talking about television, and as such, LG is undoubtedly the one who has best grasped the contours of the issue in recent years. The G2 is not taking a giant leap into the "future" but is still refining the excellent performance of these precursors. First, by offering a "Game Optimizer" with convenient menus, different image modes depending on the type of game, and all the features that players have a right to expect: ALLM, 4K at 120 Hz, VRR with G-Sync and FreeSync.Want to enjoy 4K at 120 Hz, HDR? No problem!
The qualities of the G2 are obvious from the first images. Of course, the strong advantages of OLED technology play a lot on display, with blacks of great depth, a deep and detailed image, and excellent viewing angles. These aspects continue to fly in LCD and even Mini-LED TVs. Nevertheless, it is on the processor side that the South Korean's efforts are most noticeable this year.
The image takes advantage of artificial intelligence in SDR as in HDR. The advantage is noticeable, especially when watching TV or content of lower quality. The AI Picture Pro brings an extra soul to the image.
The LG G2 has a 4.2 audio system, compatible with Dolby Atmos (but not DTS), for a total power of 60 W. The sound of this new model takes good advantage of the improvements based on artificial intelligence, with the novelty of an AI Sound Pro mode capable of generating a virtual 7.1.2 experience but, overall, it lacks power, bass and scale.
Prices and availability
In addition to its state-of-the-art technology, the G2 range has a big advantage this year: it has two additional diagonals, 83 and 97 inches. LG, of course, keeps its 55, 65 and 77-inch variants. On the other hand, the prices reach a new threshold.
The price gap between the C and G series thus widens a little more. The prices of the LG G2 range start at KES 303,432 for the 55-inch, compared to KES 254,974 last year for the G1. The 65 inches cost KES 400,531, and the 77-inch version comes close to KES 607,409 7 . Naturally, the prices are even saltier for the two new and generous diagonals.
To sum up, the entrance ticket is higher than before for this range, on the other hand, the fares on the larger diagonals have been adjusted and significantly reduced compared to last year.