OLED LG TV GX vs OLED LG TV G1
As LG unveiled new TV models for 2021, many people are wondering about the differences between the GX and G1 TVs. To give you an understanding, the LG OLED G1 series (such as the OLED65G1PUA) are 2021 TVs. LG OLED GX series (such as. OLED77GXPUA) are 2020 TVs.
LG G1 TVs have got some improvements, so they’re nice choice for those people, that are looking for the best solution on the market. On the other hand, GX is still up-to-date and they will be sold at a lower price, so there’s some points to think about.
LG G1 vs GX: advantages and comparison
New OLED Evo displays in G1 TVs
The main difference between GX and G1 TVs is their displays. New G1 TVs would have new OLED displays (named as OLED Evo) with 20% more brightness. The lifespan of such screens would remain the same, by the way.
You can also read about new LG OLED Evo displays in our article.
New Magic Remote 2021
G1 TVs would have a new smart remote controls with some additional features:
- NFC support, that will allow you to stream content from your smartphone to your TV (all you need is just to place your phone near the remote for a while);
- New design, for example, LG has added additional buttons for video-streaming services quick access;
New Magic Remote would get number looking like AN-MR21GA and its modifications (looking like AN-MR21**).
You can read about LG Magic Remote 2021 in more detail in this article.
New WebOS 6.0
The operating system of the new version 6.0 offers a slightly changed design. The operating system is visually more adapted for streaming services.
You can read about New WebOS 6.0 in this article.
|OLED65G1PUA (2021)||LG OLED77GXPUA (2020)|
|Screen Size inch||55, 65, 77||55, 65, 77|
|Style||Flat Panel||Flat Panel|
|Resolution||4K Ultra HD (3,840 x 2,160)||4K Ultra HD (3,840 x 2,160)|
|screen technology||OLED evo Display||OLED|
|Dimming Technology||Pixel Level Dimming||Pixel Level Dimming|
|Color||Intense Color, Billion Rich Colors, Advanced Color Enhancer, True Color Accuracy Pro||Intense Color, Billion Rich Colors, Advanced Color Enhancer, True Color Accuracy Pro|
|Contrast||TBD||Object Depth Enhancer, Ultra Luminance Pro|
|Clarity||TBD||Quad Step Noise Reduction, Frequency Based Sharpness Enhancer|
|Recolution Upscaler||AI 4K Upscaling||AI 4K Upscaling|
|HDR (High-Dynamic Range)||Cinema HDR (Dolby Vision, HDR10, HLG)||Cinema HDR (Dolby Vision, HDR10, HLG), Dolby Vision IQ, HDR Dynamic Tone Mapping Pro|
|Picture Processor||?9 Gen 4 AI Processor 4K||a9 Gen 3 Intelligent Processor|
|LG ThinQ AI||Yes||Yes|
|Alexa||Alexa||Alexa Built-in "Works with" Alexa|
|Google Assistant||Google Assistant Built-in "Works with" Google Assistant|
|Apple||Apple Airplay2, Apple Homekit||Apple Airplay2, Apple Homekit|
|Intelligent Voice Recognition||Yes||Yes|
|AI Picture Pro||?||AI Picture Pro|
|OS||Web OS 6.0||Web OS 5|
|Remote control||Magic Remote Control with NFC||Magic Remote Control|
|LG Content Store||Yes||Yes|
|Dolby||Dolby Vision & Atmos Cinema||Dolby Vision & Atmos Cinema|
|Sound Output||60W (20W Woofer)||60W (20W Woofer)|
|Bluetooth Audio Playback||Yes||Yes|
|WiSA Ready||Yes (Separate Dongle Purchase Required)||Yes (Separate Dongle Purchase Required)|
|VRR (Variable Refresh Rate)||Yes||Yes|
|Response Time||>1 ms||>1 ms|
|FreeSyn||FreeSync Premium||Yes (May not be available at the time of purchase of this product)|
|ALLM (Auto Low Latency Mode)||Yes (ALLM (Auto Low Latency Mode)||Yes|
|Cloud Gaming||Firmware update required||No|
|Wi-Fi||Yes WiFi 5||Yes|
|Bluetooth||Yes Version 5.0||Yes Version 5.0|
|Smart Phone Connectivity||Yes||Yes|
|HDMI||4 (2.1)||4 (2.1)|
|Audio Return Channel Support (ARC)||eARC||eARC|
|RF In (Terrestrial/Cable)||Yes||Yes|
|RF In (Satellite Input)||No US, Yes Europe||No US, Yes Europe|
|Digital Audio Out (Optical)||Yes||Yes|
|Digital Broadcasting US||ATSC 1.0/ATSC 3.0/ClearQAM||ATSC/ClearQAM|
|Digital Broadcasting Europe||DVB T/T2/C/S/S2||DVB T/T2/C/S/S2|
|V Dimensions without Stand (WxHxD)||TBD||67.8" x 39" x 0.9"|