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LG and Sony typically introduce new OLED TV lines every year. LG’s 2021 OLED TV line consists of (from lowest to highest price) the A1, C1, and G1 series. The company also has the 8K ZX and the rollable RX, but those two models cost as much as a nice car, so we didn’t consider them. Unlike in prior years, where differences between most of the LG models were cosmetic- and features-based, in 2021 LG’s models differ significantly in performance. The A1 is a new entry-level model that has only a 60 Hz panel (instead of 120 Hz), so films will show motion judder. It also has fewer HDMI inputs, and those it does offer are only HDMI 2.0 instead of 2.1; in addition, it uses a less powerful SoC (system on a chip, consisting of a CPU, a GPU, and a networking card built into one chip), so it has less powerful video processing to improve the image. It comes in 48-, 55-, 65-, and 77-inch sizes. The C1, in contrast, offers a 120 Hz refresh rate, four HDMI 2.1 inputs, and the company’s newest SoC, and it comes in 48-, 55-, 65-, and 77-inch versions, as well as a new 83-inch size. Meanwhile, the G1 features LG’s new “OLED evo” panel, which has a new green layer and an updated blue layer so it can be more efficient and theoretically brighter. The gallery design mounts flat on the wall (and includes only a wall mount; feet are a $100 option), and the TV has an ATSC 3.0 tuner to support the updated HDTV broadcast standard. The G1 comes in 55-, 65-, and 77-inch sizes.