A TV used to simply be a small box for you to consume content in a relaxed environment. TVs have evolved since then, and in a short time of just 20 years, TVs these days are unrecognisable. Features have become staggeringly impressive, and TVs in today’s age are basically all-in-one media consumption platforms. The LG 55-inch OLED TV B8 is just that and an absolutely mesmerising TV experience. LG has put a lot of effort into making this TV look great, not only for content, but for overall living room aesthetic as well.
The 55” display (139cm) offers 4K capability with a host of HDR functionality. The smart functions built into the display rely on the proprietary webOS system, which allow you to download apps such as Netflix and Hulu. The LG-created operating system is surprisingly well-developed, and is one of the best operating systems on a TV that I have seen, including those with Android-based OS. The OS made all functions smooth and responsive, while remaining simple to grasp.
The LG-created operating system is surprisingly well-developed, and is one of the best operating systems on a TV that I have seen...
LG has changed the game by including 5.1 surround sound built into the panel, along with including Dolby Atmos capability.
...while some games didn’t look phenomenally different in the 4K setting, the HDR made the world of difference in the way that lighting was displayed.
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