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LG G2 OLED TV: Brightest LG OLED TV!


This new LG G2 OLED TV is chock-full of pleasant surprises. LG has shifted the dial on since previous G-series generations as soon as you take the G2 out of the box. Let us study in detail.

Quick Glance:

The original black, chamfered-edge ‘Gallery’ style has been replaced by a much cooler, far more overtly sumptuous ‘two layer’ design with a tremendously tracts silver metallic finish on the primary layer.

What’s within this flashy new look is equally surprising. Because a new heat sink element has been added to LG’s newest brightness-enhancing Evo OLED panel. The TV will be able to attain unprecedented brightness heights by LG’s OLED standards.

There’s also a new CPU to unleash the full potential of this new OLED species, and LG’s webOS smart platform receives a slew of new features rather than the typical minor tweaks. Even the sound on the LG G2 OLED solves a few of the major issues that plagued prior LG G1 OLED models.

The nicest surprise of all is how the OLED65G2 makes every frame of whatever source you choose to mention appear even more magnificent than it did on any LG OLED before.

You’ve been looking at this new range-topper, which boasts a lot of fascinating enhancements over the less-expensive LG C2 OLED. Now can conclude it’s a viable challenger to upcoming QD-OLED (Quantum Dot OLED) versions like the Sony A95K QD-OLED TV & Samsung S95B range.


LG G2 OLED TV: Design

LG’s Gallery Series TVs prioritize design, as the name implies. The set is encased in a simple silver frame with a slight texture that does not coil over the screen, leaving the screen bezel-free.

The G2 OLED TV’s one-inch-deep shell houses everything the TV need. So there’s no need for a protruding component box on the back like you might find on other OLED TVs. A recessed mount & input panels are also included on the back of the same chassis.

How come? The LG G2 isn’t designed to be placed on a stand or hung on a wall using a standard VESA mounting bracket. Instead, it’s meant to be mounted using the company’s own bracket, which is included in the package. However, it detracted from the TV’s intended flush-mount aesthetic, so plan for hanging the G2.

For the complete Gallery Series look, LG advises expert installation with a recessed AV box. Unsightly cords are kept tidy thanks to a sophisticated cable-management system, even when we brought in many devices.

WebOS 22 and smart features

WebOS 22 comes included on all LG 2022 TVs, replacing webOS 6.0. From now on, the software version will denote by the year.) It largely resembles the huge overhaul from last year, which removed the launcher bar & bottom menu tiles. You’ll have to stop what you’re watching to seek something new because the content is accessible on a full-screen home page. At the very least, you may simply change certain critical parameters without disrupting your show.

User Profiles

User profiles are a notable software update. These aid in the curation of recommendations and the accessibility of each household member’s relevant information. You can switch profiles by tapping your smartphone to a TV remote using the LG ThinQ app’s Magic Tap function. Thanks to the new NFC control. You can also use Magic Tap to mirror content on your smartphone to the LG G2 TV.

LG’s ThinQ

LG’s ThinQ platform also serves as a control hub for a variety of smart home gadgets, ranging from a linked InstaView fridge to smart lights in your living room. The LG G2 includes both Alexa & Google Assistant, allowing you to control gadgets, TV settings, and more from your TV. LG’s voice assistant interacts with the set’s far-field microphones, allowing you to manage it without using your hands.


WebOS doesn’t have as many applications as Roku or Google TVs. But you’ll be able to view every Marvel film on Disney Plus, as well as all of the finest Netflix series. In the last year, the Content Store has launched even more sports apps, as well as an Apple TV app.


Meanwhile, Game Optimizer is returning this year, with all of the basic gaming settings and a few new features. There’s also a Dark Room Mode as well as a new sports gaming preset.

Ports and connectivity

Ports and connectivity

4 HDMI 2.1 ports are included in the LG G2 OLED TV‘s port choices, which is standard for LG’s OLED TVs. But not for all of the finest TV brands. With 4K video, HDMI 2.1 offers frame speeds up to 120 Hz, as well as an improved audio return channel (eARC on HDMI 2). HDMI 2.1 also aids gaming because it enables features like variable refresh rate & auto low latency mode. You’ll need to use these features if you want to make use of the PS5 & Xbox Series X consoles’ next-gen graphics.  NVIDIA GeForce Now,  NVIDIA G-sync, Google Stadia cloud gaming, and AMD FreeSync are all supported with the LG G2.

Three USB 2.0 ports, one Ethernet connector, and an RF coaxial socket for cord-cutters round out the connectivity options. The 3.5mm headphone connector was removed from the Gallery Series. Although the OLED TVs still have built-in NextGen TV ATSC 3.0 tuners. In select cities, ATSC 3.0 enables 4K broadcasts so over the air. As well as a return channel for interaction and targeted advertising.


LG G2 OLED TV: Audio

The audio performance of the LG G2 OLED TV is among the best. It has a wide range of sound settings, including standard, movie, sports, and music, as well as a setting that amplifies voices. During setup, the set recommends AI Sound Pro. That converts the set’s basic 2.1 stereos to virtual 5.1 surround sound, thereby adding depth and height to the audio.

Listening to Fall Out Boy’s “Just One Yesterday” with AI Sound Pro amplified the vocal’s megaphone effect, producing a stadium concert ambiance in the test lab.

Furthermore, LG AI Sound Pro creates sound movement in situations by taking cues from on-screen images. The regular dumping or shifting of sand while watching Dune seemed to occur not only on screen but both above & below the display. Dolby Atmos utilize in this case.

In Spider-Man, there is absolute pandemonium in terms of sources. When Peter & MJ return to Peter’s apartment to undertake damage control after the world discovers his identity. From ringing neighbors, helicopters outside the windows, and Peter panicked, to Happy crying over a split with Aunt May, Aunt May meeting MJ for the first time, and the news blasting on the TV, each sound had its own location on the screen and filled the room, immediately immersing us in the film.



We first saw this set next to the LG C1 OLED as well as the LG C2 OLED this year, and the brightness (plus brightness control) is unrivaled for an LG OLED. For the first time in a few years, you can confidently assert that the Gallery Series outperforms the C series.

Dune provided us with a thorough insight into the LG G2 OLED TV’s capabilities. Perfect blacks seem to expectation thanks to pixels that can switch on or off completely. Although delicate shades of black can be difficult to distinguish in dark or nighttime scenarios. The blacks in Timothy Chalamet’s famous wet-look hair did his ‘do justice, with desert-weary inky strands looking real enough just to brush through.

Not just that, but this is the first OLED TV  that is bright enough just to suggest to folks who will be viewing TV during the day in a naturally lit room. Even in high-contrast sequences like when Paul hides from the hunter-seeker in web-like projections, the image retains its elegance. The shadows swirl around the Duke’s face without haloing or unnecessarily adding more light.

The Bene Gesserit Mother’s beaded face veil appeared to explode out of the display with such a sharper focus in the “box” scenario, which you think LG’s AI Picture Pro & Alpha 9 Gen 5 chipset in play. This collection features a few of the best variable tone mapping you’ve ever seen.

LG G2 OLED TV: Motion-handling capabilities

You looked at color, visual clarity, and motion-handling capabilities in Spider-Man: No Way Home next. You loved how the subtle color contrasts between each Spider-Man suit revealed the filmmaker’s goal. Better yet, the texturing of each costume, as well as other features like the electronics on Doc Ock’s glasses, were all visible. The clarity allowed for an immersive viewing experience.

However, one of the set’s performance flaws was motion handling. As you saw a little bit of artifacting both in movies — though just in busy sequences or scenes.



The LG G2 OLED TV remote is identical to the G1 remote, which is set down from LG’s prior busy design for a more simplified experience. You can navigate using buttons or a wireless cursor, which feels exactly like a Nintendo Wii remote.

Six dedicated buttons are there, including ones for Alexa & Google Assistant. If you frequently watch  Amazon Prime Video, Netflix, or Disney Plus, the LG G2 OLED remote offers it simple to access your favorite content.

Configurations and pricing

LG G2 OLED TV: Configurations and pricing

This year, the new LG G2 OLED TV seems to company’s top-of-the-line 4K OLED screen. It comes at a premium price. The LG G2 will be one of the more costly sets in 2022, with two larger sizes to make it the largest Gallery Series selection yet. The 65-inch configuration costs $3,196.99, so here are the sizes and prices for each:

When compared to the G2 model, every size of a set will perform similarly. All models include an OLED Evo display, four HDMI 2.1 connectors, and the most recent version of WebOS. The Alpha 9 Gen 5 processor.


Because of the necessity to preserve color volume and avoid OLED burn-in, brightness has long been an OLED limitation. However, the LG G2 OLED TV with second-generation OLED Evo technology is a significant upgrade. Although revealed no issues, there’s no way to know if this panel will actually avoid burn-in in the long run.

In fact, you’re excited to see LG improve OLED Evo in order to compete with QD-OLED, which Sony & Samsung are pursuing this year. You’ll admit that the price makes this one a splurge purchase. So recommending the G2 above the LG C2 OLED may be difficult. However, if you like the Gallery Series’ wall-mounted appearance. If want to see one of LG’s most ambitious TVs in years (not including even the $100,000 rollable OLED TV, obviously), you won’t disappoint.

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