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LG 2022 TV range: 5 reasons we’re excited


One of the world's leading electronic manufacturers has announced all the televisions we can looking forward to seeing throughout 2022.

For tech junkies, it's no secret that LG TVs are some of the best in the game. That's why we're so thrilled to hear that the company will be releasing 42 models throughout 2022, across 5 families.

Here's 5 reasons we can't wait to get our hands on these upcoming televisions. If you're interested in purchasing a TV, check out our guide to the 12 best TVs in Australia.

OLED TV upgrades

OLED TVs continue to be LG's bread and butter, and some of the most exciting announcements of the new TV range relate to their OLED families. 4 major lines are on the way featuring LG OLED technology; the A2, C2, G2, and Z2. The A2 family will serve as entry-point OLED TVs, retailing for as little as $3,095.

The Z2 line will have 8K functionality and 33-million self-emitting pixels. The 77-inch model will carry an RRP of $23,999, while the 88-inch model will go for an eye-watering $59,999. The C2 and G2 models will sit in between these two extremes.

LG's OLED evo technology will be comprehensively rolled out in their 2022 lines, delivering enhanced brightness thanks to new manufacturing systems and an improved processor. All of these models will be available in stores this month, except the G2 97-inch model, which will release in October.

Film buff and gaming features

When you splurge on a grand new LG TV, you want to to feel like you're at the movie theatre when you sit down with your family to enjoy the latest release. LG's OLED TVs have a host of features to ensure you can enjoy that experience every time.

Dolby Vision IQ intelligently adjusts contrast and brightness, based both on the media content and the lighting of your room. Meanwhile, you can make motion smoothing a thing of the past with Filmmaker Mode, creating a more authentic cinematic feel.

For gamers, LG has become the first TV manufacturer to feature NVIDIA G-Sync compatibility, reducing tearing, stuttering and input lag. LG's 2022 offerings will also offer support for NVIDIA GeForce Now, a cloud gaming service offering over 80 free-to-play games, for a monthly subscription of $19.99.

LG Lifestyle TV

Coming to Australia for the first time is the LG ART90 Lifestyle OLED TV, set to release this month in select retailers. It will sell for $17,999. In addition to all of the incredible OLED features we've listed already, this model distinguishes itself with a fabric cover.

Controllable via the LG Magic Remote, customers can raise or lower the fabric cover to see only a curated selection of lifestyle features. This a huge innovation; when our Smart TVs are in standby mode, we still rely on them to give us the time, temperature and other important information. Now, we can enjoy those features without the screen taking up a huge amount of space and attention in our home decor.

QNED technology

You're probably unfamiliar with QNED technology. LG is hoping to change that with the the QNED Mini LED range, set to release between May and June, from $2,399 to $10,799. With this line, LG has combined the best from two pioneering TV technologies; QLED and NanoCell technology. For more information on QLED technology, check out our guide to OLED vs QLED TVs.

Without getting too bogged down in tech jargon, the amalgamation of these two forms of screen production promises to deliver a variety of benefits. Superior brightness control and deeper blacks will be possible thanks to their innate ability to precisely control the light emanating from your TV. Precision Dimming and Precision Dimming Pro+ technology will provide 1,200-2,000 individual dimming zones to create ultra-high contrast ratios.

New soundbars

LG soundbars
While all LG's new TVs come with exceptional internal speakers, for a truly premium viewing experience, it's a great idea to get your hands on a new LG soundbar. The company's 2022 soundbar line includes the S65, S75, S80, S90 and S95 models, ranging from $599 to $1,999. They will all become available this month.

LG partnered with Meridian to ensure the most elite audio performance. The flagship S95 model features Dolby and IMAX Audio to deliver a truly cinematic experience. It also has AI Room Calibration technology to tailor output to any space. No matter which model you pick up, you'll be getting an outstanding audio experience.

Best deals on LG TVs

Grab an excellent price on LG TVs, new and old with the deals below.

New LG OLED A2 4K 55 inch TV on The Good Guys
New LG OLED A2 4K 55 inch TV on The Good Guys

Grab all the latest OLED improvements in LG TVs with this entry-level model.

Buy now for $3,095

New LG QNED 4K 75 inch LED TV on The Good Guys
New LG QNED 4K 75 inch LED TV on The Good Guys

LG brings together some of their most cutting-edge technology with brilliant results in the new QNED range.

Buy now for $3,495

New LG NANO 75 inch 4K TV on The Good Guys
New LG NANO 75 inch 4K TV on The Good Guys

Grab the new NanoCell LG TV, with a huge array of LG innovations.

Buy now for $2,495

LG C1 OLED 55 inch TV on The Good Guys
LG C1 OLED 55 inch TV on The Good Guys

If you're less concerned about enjoying the latest advances in LG technology, you can still pick up an excellent TV with this classic model.

Buy now for $2,795

$310.99 off LG 65 inch 4K UHD LED TV on Kogan
$310.99 off LG 65 inch 4K UHD LED TV on Kogan

Grab a deal on this elite LG TV, sharing many features with 2022 releases, such as Filmmaker Mode.

Buy now for $1,189 (was $1,499.99)

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