We’re still waiting for prices but those on a tighter budget will likely be drawn to the new QNED models, which sit above the standard NanoCell LCD TVs and utilise MiniLED technology.
The G1 will come in 55-, 65- and 77in sizes and shares the same processor as the new C1 line – a follow-up to the CX models.
When it comes to the new LG range of TVs for 2021, the G1 series is the top-of-the-line OLED model to replace the LG GX from last year.
The news means LG will be the first TV maker to natively support Stadia gameplay.
As is the A1, which is the cheapest way to get an OLED model from LG and comes with HDMI 2.1, the standard you need to play next-gen consoles like the PS5 at 120Hz.