In addition to the new OLED TV lineup with, among other things, the C3 and G3 series, LG comes with a premium model. The LG M3 OLED television is a so-called Signature television, which means that unique innovations have been applied. The Signature M3 is a very slim television for the wall, with a Zero Connect box that wirelessly sends image and audio to the television.
LG has equipped the M3 with a 97-inch OLED panel, similar to that of the 97-inch G3 series. However, that also means that the TV will not be equipped with the latest generation of WOLED panel, as this is currently only available in 55-inch, 65-inch and 77-inch formats.
The 97-inch screen can be hung on the wall using the integrated bracket, without a gap between the wall and the TV being visible. However, you can also purchase an optional stand for placement on the floor. The screen itself is only equipped with speakers and a wireless module, so that a few millimeters of the thickness could be shaved off again.
The Zero Connect is a device that must be placed within 30 meters of the TV and communicates wirelessly with the TV. This is possible in a quality of up to 4K/120 and, according to LG, without loss of quality due to special algorithms. All peripherals such as media players and decoders are connected to the Zero Connect. Of course, both the TV and the box must be supplied with power, which is still done by cable.
When exactly the Signature M3 should appear on the market and what should be paid for it is still unclear, but there is a good chance that this will go towards the 25,000 euros that had to be paid for the 97-inch G2 series last year.