Most of the time, when we talk about large sized TVs, chances are these behemoths would cost an arm and a leg, and maybe beyond that. However, with South Korean giant LG announcing their latest offering, the LG 55EC930 OLED TV, it is surprising to take note (in a pleasant manner, of course) that the LG 55EC9300 actually costs less than the $3,500 mark, which makes it a new low for a TV of its size and class.
This is a next generation OLED TV that will be made available in the U.S. through different kinds of retailers, with Best Buy being the very first dealer to sell this spanking new model from August 24th onward, with pre-orders for the OLED TV being taken right at this very moment.
The LG 55EC930 OLED TV happens to be the third OLED TV which was released by LG for the past year plus, which would help consolidate its position in this particular display category at the same helping to lower the overall cost of ownership. As a comparison, one ought to realize that the LG 55EC930 OLED TV is 75% more affordable compared to the very first generation 55-inch class model from LG that actually sold for a whopping $14,999 one year back.
What makes the 55EC9300 special is this happens to be the very first OLED TV that will feature the intuitive new LG Smart TV+ webOS connected TV platform, being an interface that has been specially designed to offer consumers lightning-quick transitions between broadcast TV, streaming services and external devices, and you will not even notice any lag whatsoever since there is none to begin with.
It also looks good in any living room thanks to a 4.5mm thin body, alongside a gently curved screen that ultimately lays down the marker where design is concerned.