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LG Announces 2022’s LG OLED and LG QNED, Including LG C2 are Now Available in Canada

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LG has revealed the Canadian availability of its new LG OLED and LG QNED displays. The complete 2022 catalogue of LG TVs including the C2, G2, and A2 series is now available in the country.

2022 sees LG innovate on previous successes seen from last year’s OLED and QNED displays. This year, LG is introducing the C2, with minor revisions to its design. Compared to last year’s C1, the LG C2 features thinner bezels and a brand new base. While supporting a range of sizes including 48, 55, 65, 77, and 83-inches, LG is supporting the world’s first 42-inch OLED TV. The 42-inch C2 is positioned to be either a TV or an ideal gaming monitor.

Over on the G2, LG is offering the display as the usual 55, 65, and 77-inch models. However, this year the company is expanding the G-series line by bringing an 83 and 97-inch model into the fold. The latter is the world’s first 97-inch OLED display. LG strives to compliment the size of the display with a flush-to-the-wall Gallery Design. Plus, the G2 offers a more advanced self-lit OLED panel over the C2.

It’s worth noting that both the C2 and G2 series support LG’s OLED evo technology. This is powered by the company’s a9 Gen5 AI processor.

LG is also offering the A2 as its entry-level model this year. The A2 is available in 55 and 65-inches. Once again, the A-series provides an exceptional OLED experience. The 55-inch supports a 60Hz refresh rate while the 65-inch features 120Hz.

On the QNED side of LG’s 2022 catalogue, the company is utilizing its Quantum Dot NanoCell technology to highlight accurate colours in both bright and dark scenes. Ranging from 50 to 86-inches, each of LG’s QNED displays is certified for 100 percent colour consistency. Both the QNED and Mini QNED displays offer a 120Hz refresh rate.

LG is introducing its NFC Magic Tap system to enable users to mirror a mobile device screen to an LG TV. Additionally, NFC Magic Tap can mirror the display of cable and satellite from room to room. WebOS 22 is also available and enables the use of multiple profiles for easy access to streaming services and tailored content.

While not a display, LG is also launching its S95QR soundbar in Canada. It’s poised to offer an output of 810W and 9.1.5 channels of surround sound audio. The S95QR features five up-firing channels to boost the soundstage while providing exceptional sound quality. The speaker is compatible with Google Assistant, Amazon Alexa and AirPlay 2 as well as Chromecast and Spotify Connect. It also supports Dolby Atmos and DTS: X.

For pricing on specific models and where to purchase each device, check out LG Canada’s website.

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