Last week LG said its 2020 lineup of TVs will start rolling out in the US this month, but didn’t give exact dates or pricing information. Now, via CNET, we know a limited extra. In fact, solely one mannequin can be available in March — the $1,800 55-inch CX, LG’s mainstream 4K OLED pickle.
The opposite CX sizes are coming in various months: April for the $2,800 65-inch, May for the $5,000 77-inch, and June for the new 48-inch size, which is going to pickle you back $1,500. That may no longer be as cheap as you have been hoping, given that the 55-inch C9 from 2019 has normally been available on sale for around that grand, but costs will limited doubt similarly scramble down at some point of the year.
The entry-level BX OLED gadgets are each arriving in May at $1,500 for the 55-inch and $2,300 for the 65-inch. That follows the ultra-thin “gallery” GX line in April — $2,500 for the 55-inch, $3,500 for the 65-inch, or $6,000 for the 77-inch — whereas the 65-inch “wallpaper” WX is coming for $5,000 in June.
Finally, in case you really feel fancy splashing out, you’ll be able to assume a new 8K OLED TV in May. The 77-inch ZX will value $20,000, whereas the 88-inch mannequin is $30,000.
LG assures CNET that the coronavirus pandemic gained’t affect the launch of these gadgets, though it sounds fancy the company is exploring the potential for exiguous supply. “Although at this time we are no longer experiencing major disruptions, LG is looking into ways to minimize the discontinuance on our production time table in the occasion of a drawn-out scenario,” SVP of public affairs John Taylor says.