While the G2 with its webOS 22 interface, Magic Remote and Hands Free Voice Control ensures smooth navigation, Sony’s A95K reveals a rather awkward impression when it comes to the menu structure of its Google TV OS.
LG’s in-house system is simply more organized at this point and can thus be operated easier. In return, the QD OLED comes with an illuminated remote control and automatic person recognition that adjusts the picture and sound settings to your position.
Furthermore, the design of the picture frame TV has been specially developed for mounting on the wall and for the most inconspicuous appearance possible. For this, you get the Gallery Mode feature, which allows you to display real artwork on the device as part of a subscription to create the impression of a painting.
The Sony has two mounting options for the stand, one of which makes the base disappear completely behind the panel.
Both devices in our comparison of the LG OLED evo G2 vs Sony A95K QD-OLED offer full Apple support, a twin tuner, and the option to capture recordings via hard drive or stick directly from the USB port. If necessary, you can use Alexa or Google Assistant.