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What makes it the Best. TV. Ever.

Whether you choose a flat, curved, or a Picture-on-Glass design, LG’s OLED TV displays deliver stunning images and a host of innovative features.

When comparing OLED vs. LED TVs, there’s really no comparison. Long story short, OLED TVs are superior in almost every way possible when it comes to picture quality. But that doesn’t mean that LEDs can’t be an excellent home entertainment option. Before you try to compare OLED TVs vs. LEDs, there’s something you should know: LED televisions are actually LCD TVs that use an LED backlight. So how does that make OLED TVs superior? First let’s take a look at how the two work.

Basically, LED TVs produce a picture by using LED backlights to illuminate a Liquid Crystal Display instead of using the CCFL backlighting found in traditional LCD TVs. But neither backlights nor liquid crystal displays are needed for OLED. Instead, OLED uses an organic substance that glows when an electric current is introduced. This revolutionary material creates superior color reproduction, and allows individual pixels to switch off while others are on – allowing for true blacks and superior contrast. OLED technology also reduces the thickness and weight of the TV – creating TVs with ultra-thin, sleek forms.

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Motion Clarity determines how well televisions display fast motion. While LG’s LED TVs offer enhanced frame rates, detailed backlight scanning, advanced local dimming, and a powerful video processing engine, as you compare OLED vs. LED, you’ll discover that Absolute Motion Clarity the superior motion handling of LG OLED TVs will offer crystal-clear and virtually blur-free images during the fastest of action scenes. That’s because the critical response time (the ability to refresh the image on screen) of LG OLED TVs is less than .1ms (microseconds) – over one thousand times faster than standard LED LCD TVs.


LG OLED TV is available in range of sizes, curved screen or flat, Full HD or state-of-the-art 4K Ultra HD. Let’s find the right one for you.