LG’s flagship G2 OLED TV is an exceptional piece of technology and although the biggest 97in model will be far too big for most people, it’s about to go on sale.
Often models like this are merely made to show off what’s possible at trade shows and the like, but LG will actually sell you this humongous television if you’ve got the space for it and a bank balance to match.
The 97G2 is the world’s biggest OLED TV and so it’s not a surprise that it will set you back a sizeable sum. And that is… a whopping €25,000 (around $25,000 or £21,500) according to What Hi-Fi, which is likely similar to the car of your dreams.
When exactly you can get your hands on the 97G2 is still to be confirmed, with LG only saying it “will soon be available for purchase in global markets,” and, “Specific launch dates for key markets will be shared in the following weeks.”
This evo Gallery Edition features LG’s latest α 9 Gen5 AI Processor to provide a lifelike image for sports and film alike. The Gallery Design means you can mount the TV flush to your wall, too.
If 97in or the size is simply too big for you then the G2 comes in a wide range of panel options including 88-, 83-, 77- and all the way down to 42in.
The TV will be on show at IFA Berlin this week where LG will also be exhibiting its even bigger 136in Micro LED TV with a 4K resolution as well as the 88in 8K Signature OLED (88Z2).