LG OLED77A16LA review
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- 77 inches
- 4K Ultra-HD
LG’s A1 range was new for 2021 and it marked a new cheaper option anyone wanting an OLED TV. There’s nothing cheap about the 77-inch OLED77A16LA, which is unsurprising given its size, but when you can pay close to £4,000 for other 77-inch OLEDs, the price doesn’t look quite so bad. Are LG’s lower-priced OLEDs any good, though? These are our impressions based on the technology and features, and our years of experience testing LG TVs.What's included:
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- What is it?
- What can I watch and what features does it have?
- Should I buy it?
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