This Black Friday, LG Is About to Drop Its Class-Conquering OLED to $1,800 only

Black Friday is up ahead; every big brand is in a constant scuffle to introduce the biggest sale to its buyers. LG, being one of the leading brands across the globe is going to throw a big sale on this black Friday. LG is known for producing high quality and groundbreaking TVs and other gadgets. Undoubtedly it has a great share in the market for producing highly advanced technology.

TVs, 4K and HDR are impressive in their own right, but at this time you would be hard-pressed to get anything that looks better than an OLED TV. The only problem is that OLED TVs are costlier than their LED counterparts, frequently by quite a lot. Though they are getting inexpensive and affordable, LG is going a step forward next week by presenting one of its most popular “OLED TVs” at a shockingly low price.

November 20, the 55-inch version of the -LG B6 OLED 4K HDR, Smart TV will be on sale for just $1,800, with the “65-inch” version available for only $2,800. Those are the lowest prices for both TVs — more than half of each model’s list price — or in LG’s words, undoubtedly the Best Price Ever!

HDR (High Dynamic Range) is presently one of the most advances in the TV’s manufacturing technology, offering greater contrast and color depth. But OLED technology takes this to a next level with the ability to turn pixels completely off, making for the best black-levels possible.

Like all the other LG’s 2016 OLED TVs, the B6 supports both major current HDR standards, HDR10 and Dolby Vision, that means you won’t have to care about certain streaming services or Ultra HD Blu-ray discs, not being supported. The TV is motorized by LG’s webOS 3.0, including built-in HDR streaming from services like Amazon, Vudu and Netflix.

This promotion will be accessible at both LG’s website and a number of retailers in the USA. The discounted price will be valid on Black Friday and come to an end on Monday, Nov 28.

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