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CES 2022: LG Fails to Excite with Its New TVs

The Koreans stay on the same predictable path, may find it hard to compete during a World Cup year

LG brought a lot of new televisions to CES this year, including its smallest and largest OLED TVs yet. What this will mean in the face of direct competition with fresh, impressive QD-OLED TV models from Samsung or Sony remains to be seen. (Image: LG)

It used to be that everyone was eager to learn about LG’s latest and greatest TV sets at the beginning of each year, during CES — but this has not been the case since 2018 and, truth be told, it’s saddening to see that 2022…

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Kostas Farkonas

Kostas Farkonas

Veteran journalist, project kickstarter, tech nut, cynical gamer, music addict, movie maniac | Medium top writer in Television, Movies, Gaming | farkonas.com

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