LG introduced an amazing new line of OLED TVs this year. Its flagship W7 signature TV model comes in 65-inch and 77-inch sizes and has a display detached from a sound bar which makes it look like a poster on a wall. It also as thin as a credit card. While everyone seems to be fixated on a W7 signature model it worth to remember that it is the most expensive one out of entire LG TV line-up introduces at CES 2017. LG introduced several other TVs which are also based on OLED technology and don’t cost as much as a new car.
LG B7 OLED 4K HDR Smart TV
LG B7 TV line up is based on the same OLED technology which W7 signature so you can expect to see all the amazing features OLED TV technology provides. It has Active HDR with Dolby Vision™ and supports HDR10. Besides new Dolby Vision ™ standard it is also backward compatible with HLG HDR standard. This is also the first TV in its price segment which supports both Dolby Atmos® and Dolby Vision™ in one TV.
LG B7 TVs comes in two sizes: 55-inch (OLED55B7P) and 65-inch (OLED65B7P). Both models share the same ultra-thin designs based on OLED technology. TV display is very thin on the sides and at the top and only gets thicker in the middle to accommodate computing components and ports.
LG B7 TV Tech Specs
Tech specs for LG B7 are following:
– 3840 x 2160 resolution
– OLED Display Type
– Display format 4K UHD 2160p
– HDMI ports: 4 (HDCP 2.2)
– Other inputs: 3 USB, 1 RF In (Antenna/Cable), 1 Composite In, Component In (Shared w/ Composite), 1 Ethernet, 1 Optical, 1 RS232C (Mini Jack)
– webOS 3.5
– Speaker system: 2.2 Channel
– Other features: Active HDR with Dolby Vision™, Perfect Black, Cinematic Color, Billion Rich Colors, Ultra Luminance, Pixel Level Dimming
LG B7 TV Pricing
Pricing was not announced at this moment but it probably will be around $4,000 for a 65-inch model and less than that for 55-inch. LG 55-inch 2016 OLED TV models sell for around $2,000 at Amazon now and 65-inch models sell for $3,500-$4,500.