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LG OLED Evo Technology: OLED Has Evolved for 2021!

22nd April 2021

With the release of brand new 2021 LG TVs, their technology is changing to make our viewing experience better than ever!

We're familiar with LG's stunning OLED technology, featured throughout their TV ranges. Their Self-lit pixel technology allows LG OLED TVs to be ultra-slim with perfect picture quality. With all of the screen's pixels being self-lit it allows for infinite contrast, 100% colour fidelity and the sharpest pixel-perfect details, creating the ultimate viewing experience. Self-lit pixels can show the tiniest star in the darkest sky with absolute precision and clarity!

This year, LG OLED technology has evolved, to bring us LG OLED Evo.

Featured on a selection of the 2021 LG range, LG's OLED Evo Technology brings us true brilliance and clarity for all of your content, whether you're watching your favourite movies or gaming.


LG's evolved technology features a new panel that has been redesigned with an added layer made of a stronger emissive material that refines the wavelengths of light coming from your TV. This increases efficiency and improves brightness with the same amount of light input.

The materials used for OLED lighting have also been changed to enhance and strengthen light intensity. The result that you get from new Evo technology is a much brighter, sharper image, and ultimately a better viewing experience.


The LG OLED Evo range features 4K Ultra HD TVs with cutting-edge, ultra slim gallery designs. Take a look at LG OLED Gallery Design TVs in the G1 range and be immersed in a new level of aesthetics! 


LG OLED Evo TVs come with all the amazing features below!

  • LG 4K SELF-LIT OLED Evo - the brightest LG OLED TV
  • Ultra slim gallery design & built-in flush fit wall mounts
  • Advanced α9 Gen4 AI processor 4K for ultimate picture & sound
  • Ultimate Cinema & sport with Dolby Vision IQ and Dolby Atmos
  • Unrivalled Gaming with HDMI 2.1 / VRR / HFR & Game Optimiser
LG OLED Evo TVs are available in 55", 65" and 77" sizes, shop today and treat yourself to a 2021 LG TV with stunning Evo technology, for the best possible home cinema and gaming experience.

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