LG has announced the pricing and availability of its 2021 OLED TV lineup, which will start rolling out this month. Prices start at $1,399 for the A1 series, and go as high as $5,999.
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LG has said that its 2021 TV line-up will begin rolling out around the world in the first quarter. Each of the displays will ship with webOS 6.0 which was announced in early January.
The Amazon Music app is coming to LG smart TVs. Latest 2020 OLED and NanoCell models from last year will get the support for the application, along with Smart TVs launched way back in 2016.
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LG has announced that some of its 2018, 2019, and all of its 2020 smart TVs will receive the Apple TV app. It's launching on the 2019 range now and the 2018 range will get an update in a few months.
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LG has said that it will begin selling several 2019 OLED and NanoCell TVs in certain markets this week. Those in South Korea and the U.S. get the devices first, then Europe, Asia, and South America.
LG has announced that TV's in a handful of countries will gain the Google Assistant in the fourth quarter of the year. The roll out follows the United States deployment in the second quarter.