LG today announced its new GX Gallery lineup of OLED TVs, which seems to be a successor to the “wallpaper” TVs it launched a few years back. The name of the game here seems to be minimalism – while the wallpaper TVs required the use of a separate sound bar, the GX Gallery TVs do not, leaving them free of extra hardware when they’re mounted on a wall.
Not a whole lot is known about the GX Gallery line at the moment – LG’s announcement today didn’t really dive into specifications, with the company opting to use more flowery language to describe the TVs. LG says that these sets are a “triumph of human-centered industrial design,” while noting that these TVs “would not look out of place in art gallery exhibit.”
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