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LG A1 and B1 series: cheap (er) OLED TVs for 2021

LG A1 and B1 series- Like previous years line-up, LG is going to launch a low price range OLED TV called A1 series as last years B1 series
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LG A1 and B1 series: Cheep TV series – Earlier this week, LG introduced its oled televisions for 2021, with the Z and G series as top models. The relatively affordable C-series is also back. In addition, however, LG also brings two cheaper series on the market, about which more is known. In addition to the B-series that we also saw last year, an even cheaper A-series has now been created.

LG A1 vs B1 series

LG now really wants to make OLED available to everyone and the company does that by lowering the prices, or actually introducing a cheaper model. The A1 series must be the cheapest OLED TV to date, although LG does not want to talk about exact prices yet. But where then what is the difference between the payable B1 and A1 series?

The B1 series is an OLED TV that is a step lower than the C1 series. This model comes with the Alpha 7 Gen 4 processor which is slightly less powerful than the Alpha 9 Gen 4 processor from the C1 series. The design also differs slightly, but that’s the only thing. The rest is the same, and so this OLED TV also has the 4K resolution, webOS 6.0 with the Game Optimizer, Dolby Atmos and Dolby Vision, HDMI 2.1, OLED Motion Pro, Google Assistant, AirPlay 2 with HomeKit, the Filmmaker Mode and the new TV Sound Mode Share. The B1 series comes in a 55-inch, 65-inch and 77-inch format.

One step lower we see the A1 series again. These models, like the B1 series models, are equipped with the Alpha 7 Gen 4 processor. Instead of the 100Hz panel on the B1 series and higher, the A1 series comes with a 50Hz panel. Nor are there any HDMI 2.1ports present. The A1 models have to make do with HDMI 2.0 ports, but they do support HDMI eARC and ALLM. Finally, the OLED Motion Pro technology in the B1 series and higher on the A1 series is the OLED Motion technology. So it is a slightly less advanced variant. The A1 series comes in 48-inch, 55-inch, 65-inch and 77-inch variants.

Price and availability

Although LG indicates that the A1 series will be very attractively priced, no prices have yet been announced. Also, no images of these devices have been released yet. We will update this article as soon as we receive more information.

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