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LG OLED evo G2 Review & Rating

An OLED elite due to heat sink?
Tobias

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As a studied technology journalist Tobi likes to write regularly about the colorful world of TV sets & Co. Further interests: Music, cars, gaming, soccer

LG OLED evo G2 - A bright look

If you want something “exclusive” standing or hanging in your room, you can choose the LG OLED evo G2 without any restrictions. This TV with the so-called Gallery design makes quite an impression – especially when hung up – and can easily become a Mona Lisa. Of course, only in a figurative sense.

Without a doubt, the G2 is currently one of the finest TVs on the market in terms of most specifications and is thus also on the upper performance shelf of the TV elite thanks to the built-in heat sink. No matter if sports, movies or gaming. LG’s OLED flagship can handle all content at a high performance level.

The question is: Do you absolutely have to have the Gallery TV if you already own an LG OLED evo G1? No, because the changes to the 2021 model are quite moderate. If you don’t care about the slim casing, you can even look for the somewhat cheaper C2. The popular gaming TV from the 2022 lineup has inherited the evo panel from the G1 and features an impressive picture performance as well.

Pro
  • Gallery Design
  • Evo panel
  • Heat sink
  • Perfect black
  • Brightness at ~ 1170 Nits
  • 4x HDMI 2.1
  • Dolby Vision
  • Dolby Atmos
  • Wall mount
Contra
  • Automatic Brightness Limiter
  • Pink tint
  • No DTS
Reflections Icon
Reflections
83%
OLED65G29LA 65"
Viewing Angle Icon
Viewing Angle
92%
OLED65G29LA 65"
SDR Image Quality Icon
SDR Image Quality
95%
OLED65G29LA 65"
HDR Image Quality Icon
HDR Image Quality
89%
OLED65G29LA 65"
Movies & Series Icon
Movies & Series
91%
OLED65G29LA 65"
Gaming Icon
Gaming
99%
OLED65G29LA 65"
Sports Icon
Sports
86%
OLED65G29LA 65"
Equipment Icon
Equipment
90%
OLED65G29LA 65"
Reflections
83%
Viewing Angle
92%
SDR Image Quality
95%
HDR Image Quality
89%
Movies & Series
91%
Gaming
99%
Sports
86%
Equipment
90%
Rating v2.0

Prices and Deals of LG OLED evo G2 *

OLED evo G2 Series Differences
from the main variant
55"65"77"83"97"
G2 OLED
Variant tested here
OLED55G29LA
$1,661.99*
OLED65G29LA
$2,196.99*
OLED77G29LA
$3,596.99*
OLED83G29LA
$4,796.99*
OLED97G29LA

These options could be considered as an alternative

LG’s OLED evo C2 looks even brighter this year thanks to the evo panel upgrade and is the lower-cost alternative if you can do without a thin design and some less luminance. The direct competition by Samsung is technically on a somewhat more advanced level and has been equipped with so-called Quantum Dot OLEDs.

This provides even a bit more power in terms of brightness. The LG OLED evo G1 also features the evo panel, has a gallery design and is a great lower-priced alternative to the C2. Furthermore, this model comes with the Gallery Design, just like the G2.

LG G1 OLED evo
4K / UHD
120 Hz
4x HDMI 2.1
LG OLED C1 vs G1

LG OLED evo G2: Gallery Design greetings

LG already used the so-called Gallery Design for last year’s OLED spearhead. This design idea has been continued with the LG OLED evo G2. However, if you take a closer look at the specifications, you will notice some differences.

As we already noticed in our review of LG’s OLED evo C2, the G2 has been slimmed down as well. This is not quite as significant as in the smaller OLED brother – probably also due to the installed Heat Sink – but it is still worth mentioning. After all, the G2 saves 6 kilograms. The additional heat dissipation is probably also responsible for the fact that the OLED flagship has gained 4 millimeters in build depth. Thus, the G2 now measures 2.4 centimeters, but it still remains over 2 notable centimeters thinner than the C2.

  • Flat thanks to Gallery Design
  • Narrow screen edge
  • "No Gap" wall mounting
  • Wall mount included
  • Stable stand
  • Original base rotates
  • Separately available stand only
  • Original foot quite expensive
  • Foot inclination not adjustable

The manufacturing quality is at a usual high level and gives the TV a high-quality feel. The screen bezel is pleasantly small, but still visible to the eye. In contrast to the C2, the black backing of our test model is uniformly flat and allows you to mount it on a wall with practically no gaps via the VESA standard.

This is ensured by the included wall mount. Thus, the G2 fits impressively tight to your wall – its ultimate talent. To make sure you can securely mount the slim TV on the wall, we offer additional information on wall mounting and wall mounts in our buyer’s guide.

The LG OLED evo G2 is available without a stand only

If you do not want to mount the OLED or this solution is not possible at the moment due to your current setup, you can use the stand option as an alternative. But beware: The LG OLED evo G2 does not come with a stand. Accordingly, you will have to calculate the purchase of a separate stand for the conventional method. The original from LG costs about 200 Euros extra and gives the TV a slight tilt backwards.

Although this tilt cannot be adjusted, it does not have a negative effect on the picture or the viewing angle in our opinion. In return, you get the option to turn the LG OLED evo G2 to the sides.

LG OLED evo G2 Side
The original LG stand gives the OLED evo G2 a slight tilt towards the back.

Do I absolutely have to buy the original LG stand? No! Basically, you can use any VESA-compatible stand. Of course, you should still check whether your desired model is actually suitable for the G2 in advance.

Thanks to the narrow, centrally mounted stand and the height from the surface to the upper edge of the TV, there is enough space underneath the panel to comfortably place a compatible soundbar below the screen.

LG OLED evo G2 cable management
The LG OLED evo G2 offers enough space for the cables.

Better brightness in the LG OLED evo G2 due to heatsink

The heat sink installed in the G2 helps the self-illuminating pixels in the 120 Hertz panel of the OLED to achieve more maximum performance in terms of luminance. This additional heat dissipation allows the screen’s pixels to become brighter without taking damage.

Overall, the LG OLED evo G2 achieves a value of 1170 nits with a feature called Brightness Booster Max. That is an extremely respectable value for an OLED TV and places LG’s top model very high on the tablou of self-luminous TVs. Although this mark cannot really compete with the high-end LCD-LED TVs yet, the gap in this field is getting smaller and smaller.

  • Evo panel
  • Great contrast
  • Perfect black
  • High brightness
  • Heat sink
  • Viewing Angle
  • Dolby Vision IQ
  • Automatic Brightness Limiter

In reality, however, the difference is somewhat smaller than on the spec sheet and is therefore not quite as significant. As expected, the OLED also scores in terms of black level and has a theoretically infinite contrast – as is common for TVs of this type. The benefit of this is especially visible in dark surroundings and creates an impressive picture performance in combination with HDR content. This is exactly what the LG OLED evo G2 does in practice. Great contrasts and impressively good colors.

The flagship can make use of an extensive range of formats, such as the in-house HDR10 Pro feature, HLG or the dynamic color space simulation Dolby Vision IQ. This means that image content can be output depending on the room brightness and thus automatically optimized for an optimal viewing experience.

LG OLED evo G2 tile image
Our tile image on the LG OLED evo G2.

With the LG OLED evo G2 you benefit from a high picture stability

We did not notice any surprises in the viewing angle stability either. According to our expectations, the LG OLED evo G2 does an excellent job in this area and does not allow for any quality losses even when viewed at an angle. Thus, you will always look at a good picture even in larger groups.

Although the new Gallery model is a bit more reflection-resistant compared to the predecessor, visible reflections are still visible on the panel of the G2. Compared to high-priced LCD-LED TVs, this is a disadvantage of the OLED TV. However, the gray uniformity makes a completely different impression – one of the qualities offered by OLEDs and a real selling point for sports entertainment fans. Accordingly, the flat color reproduction is no problem for the LG OLED evo G2 and offers a clean look without spot islands or darker corners.

LG OLED evo G2 reflections
The LG OLED evo G2 is no exception when it comes to reflection resistance.

Thus, you do not have to deal with a dirty screen effect. Like the former model, the new 2022 version also has a pinkish tint on the display. Apart from a few thin vertical lines in very dark scenes, the screen is not affected by any other phenomena. Since TVs with organic pixels do not need any backlight, blooming is not on the list of undesirable side effects either.

So you don’t have to worry about that at all. However, the Automatic Brightness Limiter attracted our special attention. Like in the C2, the ABL of the G2 also darkens large, bright areas noticeably. This is quite a disadvantage for an OLED TV. However, LG allows you to adjust the settings to a certain extent, but you cannot completely disable this protection feature.

LG OLED evo G2 Gray Uniformity
The LG OLED evo G2 does not have any problems with color surfaces.

Smooth scenes on the panel of the LG OLED evo G2

The 5th generation Alpha9 AI Processor ensures precise image optimization in motion handling and the necessary performance reserves. The processing unit is assisted by the evo panel, which has an enormously low response time of just 0.2 milliseconds.

As a result, scenes look clean and consistently sharp. If you leave the interpolation enabled, the G2 once again faces the well-known risk of seeing the soap opera effect.

  • 120 Hertz panel
  • Alpha9 Gen 5 AI processor
  • Response time at 0.2 ms
  • Interpolation
  • Judder-free
  • Stutter

The G2 takes Judder rigorously to task and does not allow such picture distortions to occur in the first place. Unfortunately, a fast response time makes the panel more sensitive to so-called stutter. LG’s top model is not completely immune to this. All in all, the 120 Hertz panel provides really smooth image movements and does what is needed quite well.

LG OLED evo G2 Response Time
Measurement of reaction time.

LG OELD evo G2: Going from a mural to a gaming TV

If you think that the LG OLED evo G2 is just a lifestyle TV due to its thin design and that it has to take a back seat in terms of gaming performance, we strongly disagree. What LG’s C-series has to offer in terms of gaming equipment, the G2 definitely has to offer as well – just a bit brighter.

In detail, we’re talking about an input lag of about 6 milliseconds in gaming mode, VRR, AMD FreeSync and Nvidia G-Sync support in addition to the four HDMI 2.1 ports and the great response time.

  • 4K at 120 hertz
  • Low input lag of ~ 6 ms
  • ALLM
  • AMD FresSync
  • Nvidia G-Sync compatible
  • Game Optimizer
  • Cloud Gaming
  • Dolby Vision Gaming

The Auto Low Latency Mode helps the OLED to turn into a full-fledged gaming TV on a very high level and thereby meets all requirements that are necessary for a decent gaming session nowadays.

Of course, the display of 4K at 120 hertz and Dolby Vision Gaming for supported content are not missing. The latter will especially please owners of an Xbox Series X|S. The Game Optimizer allows you to keep an overview of the functions at all times and to manually change the settings.

LG OLED evo G2 Game Optimizer
With the Game Optimizer you can keep track of the gaming features.

Additional brightness improves the presentation of game content and ensures an even more brilliant color and contrast reproduction.

You are not a console gamer? That’s no problem! You can also play your favorite games on the screen via cloud gaming. Besides GeForce NOW, the game streaming service Stadia from Google is available to you as well.

LG OLED evo G2 Dark Souls
The LG OLED evo G2 makes every game look better.

Good quality without much pressure in the LG OLED evo G2

The sound quality of the LG OLED evo G2 is on a good level and has no problems with mids and highs in normal use. The 4.2 sound system with a total of 60 watts does what is possible. The lower frequency range mimics the expected weakness and can’t really round off the overall picture well in terms of sound reproduction. Two subwoofers with an output of 10 watts each don’t help either.

Our clear recommendation for a TV in this price range is: If you are looking for a really good sound experience at home, don’t rely on the internal sound solutions of TVs. Depending on the usage, internal speaker systems quickly reach their performance limits, even in high-priced models.

  • 4.2 channel with 60 watts
  • Clean dialogs
  • HDMI eARC
  • AI Sound Pro
  • Dolby Atmos
  • Low pressure bass
  • No DTS

The main problem here – as described – is a punchy reproduction of the bass. Modern flat-screen TVs like the LG OLED evo G2 have HDMI with an eARC connection. This allows you to output uncompressed Dolby Atmos to external sources like soundbars or large home theater systems. If you have not yet been able to find a suitable sound solution for you, we recommend our buying guide on soundbarfindr.

The so-called WiSA function might also be interesting for some users. You can easily connect compatible speakers to the G2 wirelessly. Using AI Sound Pro, the TV can adapt the sound to the room.

For this purpose, sounds are played in advance and analyzed with the help of the Magic Remote. This way, the G2 calibrates the sound virtually on its own. You do not have access to the support for DTS codecs unfortunately.

LG OLED evo G2 Sound
Voices and dialogs sound clean. Unsurprisingly, the sound system is not capable of low frequencies.

LG OLED evo G2: A photo frame TV with lots of features

Of course, you do not have to do without numerous Smart TV features in the LG OLED evo G2. But let’s first look at the probably most obvious change. From now on, the in-house operating system is called webOS 22 and no longer webOS 6.

LG thus breaks with its own nomenclature and orients itself on the current year. Thanks to the processing power of the fast central processing unit, you can navigate through the menus of the G2 quickly and without significant delays. From now on, you can also create your own user profiles and customize them. Recommendations are now displayed according to the profile.

  • webOS 22
  • Hands-Free Voice Control
  • Individual user profiles
  • Gallery Mode feature
  • Magic Remote
  • Multiple voice assistants
  • Wide range of apps
  • Twin Tripple Tuner

Switching was easy and fast. However, you need an LG account to use this feature. Voice commands can now be transmitted to the TV without further ado.

The direct communication is called Hands-Free Voice Control and is handled either by LG’s ThinQ AI, Alexa or Google Assistant. Long searching for the Magic Remote is therefore no longer necessary.

LG OLED evo G2 Smart TV
Many functions and numerous apps are available on the LG OLED evo G2.

Familiar navigation with the Magic Remote

If that still seems too complicated, you can still physically navigate through the menu of LG’s OLED evo G2. The familiar Magic Remote with its cursor is available for this. LG has also provided a large selection of streaming providers. All known services are available on the photo frame TV.

LG OLED evo G2 Remote Control
The operation with LG's Magic Remote is very easy.

Another feature that we would like to point out is the Gallery Mode. It allows you to display real works of art by well-known artists on the TV. These are then barely distinguishable from a real painting.

Recordings are made via a built-in twin triple tuner or the USB recording function. Users of Apple devices can also use Apple Airplay 2 and Apple Homekit on LG’s flagship to display content easily on the screen or manage other Apple devices.

LG OLED evo G2 Gallery Mode
Gallery Mode transforms the G2 into a painting.

HDR calibration

Even before it is calved, the G2 is surprisingly good

Before we put the LG OLED evo G2 through our calibration process, we check – as usual – the current state in terms of brightness reproduction accuracy and color fidelity. To our surprise, the G2 is already comparatively well adjusted out of the box and already indicates the luminance levels quite precisely. The target values on the EOTF curve are also already within the bounds.

LG OLED evo G2 before calibrating the brightness
Measurement of brightness before calibration.

However, this observation does not apply to the color reproduction. The G2 still has some room for improvement with a maximum error of 4.5 points and deviates especially in green and red. The mismatch in yellow and cyan is correspondingly high. The color balance differs especially in the bright areas and is thus not displayed quite accurately anymore in this area.

LG OLED evo G2 before calibration of color accuracy
Measurement of color accuracy before calibration.

Nearly perfect after calibration

The G2 did not offer much potential for improvement in terms of displaying individual brightness levels, but it can still reduce the maximum error by 0.8 points to exactly one point with the help of our calibration. Thus, brightness gradations in gray and white areas are now reproduced even more accurately by the panel.

LG OLED evo G2 after brightness calibration
Measurement of color accuracy before calibration.

If we now take a look at the RGB balance, we notice that LG’s OLED evo G2 has improved significantly in accuracy over the entire range here as well. The color reproduction, which was previously considered to be a problem child, has improved enormously after our adjustment and is now on a truly great level across all color zones with an irregularity of no more than 1.1 points.

LG OLED evo G2 after calibration of color accuracy
Measurement of color accuracy after calibration.

LG OLED evo G2 Datasheet

OLED55G29LA technical specifications

Screen diagonal55 Inch
Dimensions without stand (WxHxD)1222 x 699 x 25 mm
Weight without stand17,1 kg
Dimensions with stand (WxHxD)1222 x 757 x 244 mm
Weight with stand21,3 kg
Footprint (WxD)432 x 244 mm
VESA Norm300 x 200 mm
Panel typeOLED evo Panel
Panel ManufacturerLG Display
Colour depth10 Bit
FRC
Resolution4K
Contrast ratioinfinitely :1
Color space coverage78 %
REC 202060 %
Average brightness1070 Nits
Maximum brightness1170 Nits
BacklightingOLED
Local dimmingOLED
Dimming ZonesN/A
Curved
Improved viewing angle
Response Time< 1 ms
Input Lag< 13 ms
Frequency120 Hz
VRR
HDR
HDR10
HLG
HDR10+N/A
Dolby Vision
Energy consumption standby (W)0,5 W
Energy consumption SDR81 W
Energy efficiency clas SDRG
Energy consumption HDR166 W
Energy efficiency clas HDRG
Operating systemwebOS 22
Bluetooth
WLAN
USB recording PVR
Timeshift
Picture-in-picture
TunerAnalog (NTSC/PAL/SECAM) DVB-T DVB-T2 DVB-C DVB-S DVB-S2
Twin Tuner
Audio Channels4.2
Power (W)60 W
Dolby Digital
DTS
Dolby Atmos
Integrated soundbar
HDMI 2.0
HDMI 2.14
HDMI ARC
USB 2.03
USB 3.0
Ethernet RJ451
3.5mm jack
Digital optical1
Satellite1
Antenna1
Ci+ 1.4
All information without guarantee

OLED65G29LA technical specifications

Screen diagonal65 Inch
Dimensions without stand (WxHxD)1440 x 820 x 25 mm
Weight without stand22,8 kg
Dimensions with stand (WxHxD)1440 x 879 x 244 mm
Weight with stand27 kg
Footprint (WxD)432 x 244 mm
VESA Norm300 x 300 mm
Panel typeOLED evo Panel
Panel ManufacturerLG Display
Colour depth10 Bit
FRC
Resolution4K
Contrast ratioinfinitely :1
Color space coverage78 %
REC 202060 %
Average brightness1070 Nits
Maximum brightness1170 Nits
BacklightingOLED
Local dimmingOLED
Dimming ZonesN/A
Curved
Improved viewing angle
Response Time< 1 ms
Input Lag< 13 ms
Frequency120 Hz
VRR
HDR
HDR10
HLG
HDR10+N/A
Dolby Vision
Energy consumption standby (W)0,5 W
Energy consumption SDR95 W
Energy efficiency clas SDRF
Energy consumption HDR213 W
Energy efficiency clas HDRG
Operating systemwebOS 22
Bluetooth
WLAN
USB recording PVR
Timeshift
Picture-in-picture
TunerAnalog (NTSC/PAL/SECAM) DVB-T DVB-T2 DVB-C DVB-S DVB-S2
Twin Tuner
Audio Channels4.2
Power (W)60 W
Dolby Digital
DTS
Dolby Atmos
Integrated soundbar
HDMI 2.0
HDMI 2.14
HDMI ARC
USB 2.03
USB 3.0
Ethernet RJ451
3.5mm jack
Digital optical1
Satellite1
Antenna1
Ci+ 1.4
All information without guarantee

OLED77G29LA technical specifications

Screen diagonal77 Inch
Dimensions without stand (WxHxD)1712 x 975 x 25,4 mm
Weight without stand35,1 kg
Dimensions with stand (WxHxD)1712 x 1039 x 320 mm
Weight with stand41,1 kg
Footprint (WxD)500 x 320 mm
VESA Norm300 x 300 mm
Panel typeOLED evo Panel
Panel ManufacturerLG Display
Colour depth10 Bit
FRC
Resolution4K
Contrast ratioinfinitely :1
Color space coverage78 %
REC 202060 %
Average brightness1070 Nits
Maximum brightness1170 Nits
BacklightingOLED
Local dimmingOLED
Dimming ZonesN/A
Curved
Improved viewing angle
Response Time< 1 ms
Input Lag< 13 ms
Frequency120 Hz
VRR
HDR
HDR10
HLG
HDR10+N/A
Dolby Vision
Energy consumption standby (W)0,5 W
Energy consumption SDR124 W
Energy efficiency clas SDRF
Energy consumption HDR306 W
Energy efficiency clas HDRG
Operating systemwebOS 22
Bluetooth
WLAN
USB recording PVR
Timeshift
Picture-in-picture
TunerAnalog (NTSC/PAL/SECAM) DVB-T DVB-T2 DVB-C DVB-S DVB-S2
Twin Tuner
Audio Channels4.2
Power (W)60 W
Dolby Digital
DTS
Dolby Atmos
Integrated soundbar
HDMI 2.0
HDMI 2.14
HDMI ARC
USB 2.03
USB 3.0
Ethernet RJ451
3.5mm jack
Digital optical1
Satellite1
Antenna1
Ci+ 1.4
All information without guarantee

OLED83G29LA technical specifications

Screen diagonal83 Inch
Dimensions without stand (WxHxD)1847 x 1052 x 28 mm
Weight without stand40,9 kg
Dimensions with stand (WxHxD)1847 x 1115 x 320 mm
Weight with stand47,9 kg
Footprint (WxD)500 x 320 mm
VESA Norm400 x 400 mm
Panel typeOLED evo Panel
Panel ManufacturerLg Display
Colour depth10 Bit
FRC
Resolution4K
Contrast ratioinfinitely :1
Color space coverage78 %
REC 202060 %
Average brightness1070 Nits
Maximum brightness1170 Nits
BacklightingOLED
Local dimmingOLED
Dimming ZonesN/A
Curved
Improved viewing angle
Response Time< 1 ms
Input Lag< 13 ms
Frequency120 Hz
VRR
HDR
HDR10
HLG
HDR10+N/A
Dolby Vision
Energy consumption standby (W)0,5 W
Energy consumption SDR150 W
Energy efficiency clas SDRF
Energy consumption HDR351 W
Energy efficiency clas HDRG
Operating systemwebOS 22
Bluetooth
WLAN
USB recording PVR
Timeshift
Picture-in-picture
TunerAnalog (NTSC/PAL/SECAM) DVB-T DVB-T2 DVB-C DVB-S DVB-S2
Twin Tuner
Audio Channels4.2
Power (W)60 W
Dolby Digital
DTS
Dolby Atmos
Integrated soundbar
HDMI 2.0
HDMI 2.14
HDMI ARC
USB 2.03
USB 3.0
Ethernet RJ451
3.5mm jack
Digital optical1
Satellite1
Antenna1
Ci+ 1.4
All information without guarantee

OLED97G29LA technical specifications

Screen diagonal97 Inch
Dimensions without stand (WxHxD) x x mm
Weight without standN/A
Dimensions with stand (WxHxD) x x mm
Weight with stand kg
Footprint (WxD) x mm
VESA NormN/A
Panel typeOLED evo Panel
Panel ManufacturerLG Display
Colour depth10 Bit
FRC
Resolution4K
Contrast ratioinfinitely :1
Color space coverage78 %
REC 202060 %
Average brightness1070 Nits
Maximum brightness1170 Nits
BacklightingOLED
Local dimmingOLED
Dimming ZonesN/A
Curved
Improved viewing angle
Response Time< 1 ms
Input Lag< 13 ms
Frequency120 Hz
VRR
HDR
HDR10
HLG
HDR10+N/A
Dolby Vision
Energy consumption standby (W)0,5 W
Energy consumption SDRN/A
Energy efficiency clas SDRN/A
Energy consumption HDRN/A
Energy efficiency clas HDRN/A
Operating systemwebOS 22
Bluetooth
WLAN
USB recording PVR
Timeshift
Picture-in-picture
TunerAnalog (NTSC/PAL/SECAM) DVB-T DVB-T2 DVB-C DVB-S DVB-S2
Twin Tuner
Audio Channels4.2
Power (W)60 W
Dolby Digital
DTS
Dolby Atmos
Integrated soundbar
HDMI 2.0
HDMI 2.14
HDMI ARC
USB 2.03
USB 3.0
Ethernet RJ451
3.5mm jack
Digital optical
Satellite1
Antenna1
Ci+ 1.4
All information without guarantee

Frequently asked questions on the LG OLED evo G2

Due to the use of deuterium in the manufacturing process, the so-called Evo Panel has a higher peak brightness compared to the conventional version of the panel.

Screens with organic pixels gradually wear out over time. However, this takes thousands of operating hours and is almost irrelevant in everyday use.

Via the effect known as electroluminescence, many small so-called Organic Light Emitting Diodes are caused to glow on the panel of a television. The color rendering is generated by several organic semiconductor layers.

Along with webOS 22, LG has introduced the so-called Hands-Free-Voice Control. The trick: You can use this function to send voice commands without the remote control to your TV.

 

The OLED65G29LA has 4 HDMI 2.1 inputs, an HDMI eARC, 3 USB 2.0 ports, a digital optical TOSLINK output and a Twin Tuner. and just a Single Tuner.

The LG OLED evo G2 is dimensioned without stand as follows (WxHxD):

  • 55 Inch: 1222 x 699 x 25 mm
  • 65 Inch: 1440 x 820 x 25 mm
  • 77 Inch: 1712 x 975 x 25,4 mm
  • 83 Inch: 1847 x 1052 x 28 mm
  • 97 Inch: x x mm

The LG OLED evo G2 is compatible with the following wall mounts:

  • 55 Inch: 300 x 200 mm
    Flat Pivotable
  • 65 Inch: 300 x 300 mm
    Flat Pivotable
  • 77 Inch: 300 x 300 mm
    Flat Pivotable
  • 83 Inch: 400 x 400 mm
    Flat Pivotable
  • 97 Inch: mm
    Flat Pivotable
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