LG’s every bit it sounds

It won’t actually be available until October, though, so you still have a few months to fill up the piggy bank. For the thrifty, there’s a 65-inch model also launching in October for a mere £6000, which you should easily be able to scrape together from the change lurking between your sofa cushions.How much would you fork out for a 77-inch, curved, 4K, OLED TV Well, LG hopes you’re hovering around a couple of grand per descriptor, having announced it’s launching such a gogglebox in the UK for only £20,000. As you’d imagine, the “world’s first” curved OLED UHDTV packs a ton of branded technologies that promise a perfect picture, including the necessary upscaling engine that converts lower-res video to “near-4K,” as well as LG’s webOS smart TV platform. If you have any suggestion, just let me know.