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LG G1 OLED TV hits new low in Memorial Day deal

This high-performance OLED TV just got a whole lot more attractive

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It’ll come as no surprise to hear that the LG G1 OLED was one of the best TVs we’ve tested in some time. What will surprise you, however, is that Best Buy is listing the LG G1 OLED TV at a record-low price in an early Memorial Day deal. The TV which normally retails for $1,599 has been slashed to an enticing $1,399 – making it one of the best Memorial Day deals we’ve seen in some time.

Not only is the LG G1 OLED TV one of the best HDMI 2.1 TVs, but it’s also one of the best TVs for PS5, Xbox Series X, and the upcoming World Cup. Thanks to the Evo OLED panel technology at its core, the G1 Gallery-style TV offers up superb picture quality and color accuracy – not to mention perfect blacks, infinite contrast ratio, and a 120Hz refresh rate.

The Evo OLED panel is LG’s premium OLED option, delivering a far higher peak brightness than the generic WOLED technology used in the likes of the LG C1. Additionally, the Gallery-esq TV features a stunning design that is characterized by thin bezels and a stylish border that is reminiscent of a picture frame.

Design aside, the LG G1 OLED TV also offers a Dolby Atmos sound system, smart functionality, and a powerful Alpha 9 Gen 4 processor that does a superb job of upscaling and motion handling. Gamers will also be happy to hear that this HDMI 2.1 TV also offers a 4K 120Hz panel, VRR (variable refresh rate) support, and ALLM (auto low latency mode) – a feature that automatically enables the TV’s game mode once a console is in use.

LG G1 OLED TV early Memorial Day deal

*Prices are subject to change

In the market but aren’t sure what TV best suits your needs? Well here’s some of our most popular TV guides that will help you decide which to choose.

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Charlie Noon

For as long as he can remember, Charlie has always been interested in computers and gaming. It all started with the Sega Mega Drive and then evolved into PC gaming in his early teens. CS 1.6 was his first go at competitive gaming which soon evolved into CS:Source and now CS:GO - a game that he still plays (almost exclusively) today. Throughout that period he has also been a keen PC builder and enthusiast - dedicating a large portion of his time to the craft. My current rig is an ASUS 5700XT with AMD's Ryzen 3600X.

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