I was going to get a cheaper 65 in LG Smart TV, but I eventually took a bold step with this. The picture and sound clarity is on another level.
It's not just a smart TV, it's the most intelligent smart TV, which uses hands-free voice commands to control not just your television features, but other smart home devices which may have LG Smart ThinQ or not. So with my voice, I can speak directly to my TV (even without touching the magic remote control) and I'll make it turn on my Air-conditioner or switch off my bedroom lights, or start vacuuming my dining area. It insane.
In terms of the 8K picture quality, it is very real and you'll need it if you're a gamer with a PlayStation 5 or an XBox X. Outside of that, there's hardly any other 8K content available out there for you to watch. Just a few YouTube videos of nature or animals. There are no Netflix movies in 8K, however, with Dolby VISION and Dolby ATMOS you'll be just fine, especially knowing you've future-proofed your home not just in terms of a TV, but also as a smart home. Just say Hi LG.
After 7 months of using this TV, it became necessary for me to come back with an update one my experience, and adjust my review as necessary.
One thing I noticed during this period is that the LG 65Nano95VNA is a 300W power consuming appliance. This is quite a lot for a 2021 electronic device. Reducing the power consumption from the settings simply means reducing the picture quality especially. Unfortunately, this power consumption is not stated anywhere online.
Another issue is the physical weight of the TV, which is about 30kg. That too is quite heavy for a modern screen.