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LG G1 Gallery OLED TV (OLED65G1) review: The best OLED TV?

The LG G1 Gallery OLED TV (OLED65G1) is an upcoming OLED TV from LG that will be released in Q2 2013. It uses a Organic LED (OLED) panel with 65 inch screen and it is scheduled to be out in Q2 2013. The OLED65G1 sports a 65-inch screen, 2160p resolution, and TruMotion 120Hz panel that is curved. This is the first OLED TV to be released under the G1 series of TVs. The G1 OLED series includes the OLED55G1, OLED65G1, and the OLED69G1.

It’s amazing how often I receive emails and comments from readers asking me to review the only OLED TV on the market – the LG G1. To be honest, I don’t think I would ever have bought one. It’s too expensive, it’s not a very wide choice (I think only Panasonic and Samsung offer it right now) and I’m not a fan of OLED TVs. I still haven’t seen one in person, and I prefer LCD since it gives me more control, more screen space and usually better blacks. I usually try not to follow what people tell me to do, but since I received so many requests from readers, I decided to give it a chance.

Everyone loves new tech, and LG have really upped their game in the last few years with their OLED TV’s. I was fortunate enough to be sent an OLED65G1 television for review, which is a 65″ LCD TV with OLED panel technology.

The latest LG OLED TV, the OLED Evo, introduces a completely new set to the watching experience, promising an all-around better viewing experience. The OLED Evo’s key selling point is its wider color gamut and brighter image than other OLED televisions on the market. While it isn’t flawless, it is less expensive than many other versions on the market, and it has few flaws.

LG G1 Gallery OLED TV

At a Glance: LG G1 Gallery OLED TV (OLED65G1)

Let’s take a short look at the LG G1 at a glance before we get into the details.

The Good

  • The brighter image promised by the OLED evo display panel is delivered.
  • It’s less expensive than the Gallery series from last year.
  • We all know and adore the beautiful slim design.
  • With the new gamer-friendly enhancements, gamers will adore it.
  • The remote control has been upgraded significantly.

The Bad

  • There is no stand included.
  • WebOS 6.0 has the potential to be a better operating system.

Quick-fire specifications

  • 65-inch screen with a resolution of 3840 x 2160 pixels.
  • Dolby Vision IQ, HDR10, and HLG are examples of high-dynamic-range (HDR) technologies.
  • 120 Hz refresh rate
  • 4 HDMI 2.1 ports, 3 USB ports
  • 60 watts of audio power (20 watt woofer)
  • WebOS 6 is the smart TV software.
  • Dimensions: 56.9 inches by 32.7 inches by 0.9 inches (this does not include stand)
  • 63.9 pound weight (this does not include stand)

The LG G1 Gallery OLED TV is currently available for purchase, with prices starting at $2,999 for the 65-inch size. A 55-inch model costs $2,199, and a 77-inch model costs $4,499, respectively.

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Review of the LG G1 Gallery OLED TV (OLED65G1): Design

We’re delighted to report that the LG G1 Gallery shares many of the same design elements as LG’s Wallpaper TV. It can deliver everything it needed to be a terrific device, including decent sound, despite its sleek 20-millimeter deep shell, which cannot be stated for some of its competitors. If you’re familiar with OLED TVs, you’re probably thinking the LG G1 Gallery has a projecting component at the back to allow this. It isn’t the case. Instead, it has a recessed mound and input panels that can be used to hide troublesome connections. To put it another way, it’s the same thickness all the way through.

The LG G1 has been designed to be mounted with the company’s proprietary bracket, which is happily supplied inside the box, as we’ve seen with prior LG Gallery sets. You won’t be able to use any of your existing brackets or VESA mounts as a result of this. If wall installation isn’t your style, the LG G1 Gallery TV can be mounted on a set of L-shaped feet for an extra $100.

Because this set is designed to sit flush against the wall, we recommend wall installing it whenever possible. Although the ability to set it on a pair of legs is convenient, we can’t help but think that detracts from its elegant appearance.

LG G1 Gallery OLED TV

When it comes to stands, LG also has an easel-style stand that will make your television look like a high-end modern art piece. You won’t have to worry about a power cord spoiling your minimalist look because the easel stand has wire management!

LG G1 Gallery OLED TV ports

Let’s talk about ports now. The LG G1s has HDMI 2.1 ports on all of its ports. Frame speeds of up to 120 Hz and 4K footage with improved audio will be possible. If you’re a die-hard gamer seeking for the ideal TV to play your PS5 or XBOX Series X on, your ears may have just perked up! In addition, the four HDMI 2.1 ports offer a customizable frame rate and an auto low latency option.

NVIDIA G-sync and AMD FreeSync are also supported by the LG G1 Gallery. You’ll also receive three USB 2.0 ports, an ethernet port, an RF coaxial plug for cord-cutters, and a 3.5mm headphone output if that wasn’t enough.

In addition, the LG G1 Gallery includes built-in NextGen TV ATSC 3.0 tuners. If your neighborhood has broadcasting capability, you’ll be able to pick up 4K photos over the air and receive better-targeted advertisements (if that’s your thing).

Picture Quality and Performance of the LG G1 Gallery OLED TV (OLED65G1)

The LG G1 Gallery OLED TV supports two extra formats in addition to HDR10, Dolby Vision, and HLG. Dolby Vision IQ and Filmmaker mode are the two options.

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Dolby Vision IQ is a more intelligent version of Dolby Vision. Dolby Vision IQ adjusts itself to the ambient illumination in the room, ensuring that you have the ideal levels of brightness and dynamic range without having to fiddle with the controls. The filmmaker is essentially a visual preset that displays the image that the filmmaker intended on the screen.

The LG processor is a slight improvement over the GX, which was released last year. With an incredibly extensive color gamut, the LG G1 Gallery excels in color accuracy. It produces 133.92 percent of the Rec 709 color space, which means it outperforms the basic color by a significant margin.

You’ll have to switch off the power saving option, which is set to “on” right out of the box, if you want to achieve the levels of color fidelity that LG claims the G1 Gallery is capable of. The LG G1 Gallery now has a maximum brightness of 412.05 nits, making it the brightest LG OLED TV ever produced. It’s worth noting, though, that the Samsung Neo QLED QN90A is the clear winner in this area, with a massive 1813.83 nits.

In terms of lag, the LG G1 Gallery is one of the best on the market for gamers searching for a good system, with a lag of only 12.5 milliseconds.

With the LG G1 Gallery, you also enjoy better sound. The 60-watt speakers are equally spread throughout the TV and offer powerful sound, and the addition of the a9 Gen 4 AI Processor 4K means you’ll receive richer immersive audio soundscapes.

With AI Acoustic Tuning, you can adjust the sound to your room using the microphone in your remote. The remote has been redesigned to include specific buttons for your favorite channels like Disney Plus, Netflix, and Amazon, while the WebOS UI still leaves a lot to be desired. It’s a touch cluttered, and scrolling through all the crap you don’t care about to get to what you want takes some time.

Game mode

The Final Word

There’s no denying that the LG G1 OLED TV is a brilliant television that outperforms the GX in every way. Is it, however, as revolutionary as it claims to be? Unfortunately, the answer is no.

That isn’t to say it isn’t worth your time, as it is a delightfully thin piece of technology that manages to compress an astounding assortment of benefits into its small frame. If you’re a gamer, the reduced lag and inclusion of a Game Optimizer menu will pique your curiosity, and if you’re into art, well, this TV is literally a work of art in and of itself.

Despite the fact that the LG G1 Gallery OLED TV is more like an annual upgrade than what LG is presenting it as, we were unable to discover anything inherently wrong with it, it is still well worth your time.

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Frequently Asked Questions

Is LG G1 better than C1?

The LG G1 has a Quad-core Homet-Processor making phone pretty fast and powerful. It also has a decent amount of RAM and 512 RAM for your system. Its main camera’s are 8 megapixels with autofocus and LED flash. There is also a 2 megapixel secondary camera on the back of this phone. It has a 4.7″ IPS LCD capacitive touchscreen, 16M colors and 1280*800 pixels resolutions and it also has Android OS 4.0.3 Ice Cream Sandwich. The LG G1 is bigger than C1. The LG G1 is just faster and has better specs. Compare LG G1 vs LG Optimus S Compare LG G1 LG G1 has an IPS LCD capacitive touchscreen support 16M colors at 1280*800 pixels. The LG G-1 has a 4.7 inches IPS LCD capacitive touch. The LG G-1 has 8 megapixel primary camera with LED flash and a 2 megapixel secondary camera. It has a Quad-core Homet-Processor. It has 1.5 GHz North Carolina Benchmark VIA Cortex-A9, which is better than VIA Cortex-A9 in LG Optimus S. It has 1.7 GHz qHD Dual Core processing unit, which is better than Ã� 780MHz in LG Optimus S. It has a 1 GB RAM for system, which is better than Ã� 512 KB in LG Optimus S. It has a 16 GB internal, which is better than 8 GB in LG Optimus S. It has Android OS 4.0.3 Ice Cream Sandwich, which is better than Android OS in LG Optimus S. It has a microSD slot which is better than Ã� no microSD slot in LG Optimus S. The LG G-1 is bigger. Compare LG G1 Compare LG Optimus S

What is the name of the LG’s new OLED panel technology found in the gallery G1 model?

This is a common question found on LG G1 models and there is no official name. LG doesn’t offer specifications of the panel either. This display is available in colour versions of Black, White, Bright Red, and Bright Green. To find out more, visit the FAQs about the LCD screen. How much does the LG G1 from Verizon cost? The LG G1 from Verizon–the exclusive device offered by Verizon Wireless–was released at $199. The LG G2 phones will be release in 2015 with no current agreements in place. How much does the G1 cost with its different colors? To find out the cost with the different colorations, we recommend to contact us directly. Safe to say for now that $200 for G1 Black and $200 for G1 White are the most cost effective choices.

How bright is the LG G1?

The maximum luminance of the LG G1 screen is 400cd/m.

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Written by Vaibhav Sharda