If you’ve been hankering after a massive OLED TV, then the LG C1 could be the screen of your dreams, having now launched in its largest 83-inch size with a similarly massive $5,999 / £6,999 / AU$12,599 price tag.
That’s a big step up from the next size down, which is a still-enormous 77 inches retailing for $3,499 / £3,999 / AU$6,995 – with 65-inch, 55-inch and 48-inch sizes below that at decreasing price points.
The LG C1 OLED is technically the world’s first OLED screen to be released at an 83-inch size, although it certainly won’t be the last.
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