LG C8 Specifications
- Screen Size: 55, 65, 77 Inches
- Resolution: 3840 x 2160 4K
- Aspect Ratio: 16:9
- Panel Technology: OLED
- Refresh Rate: 120 Hz
- Response Time:<1ms
- Contrast Ratio:Inf:1
- Brightness: 1000cd/m²
- Built-in Speakers: Yes (2.2 40W Channel Dolby Atmos)
- VESA Compatibility: Yes (300 x 300)
- Connectivity: HDMI 2.0 x 4, USB 2.0 x 3, Ethernet x 1, RS232C x 1, Optical Audio Out x 1, Composite x 1
- Dimensions With Stand(WxHxD):3″ x 29.8″ x 9.1″
- Weight: 41lbs
The LG C8PUA comes in three sizes from which you can choose the one that suits your preference is the most. Such as the 55-inch version, which we are currently reviewing the 65 and the 77-inch version but regardless of your choice all three of them are unique in their own way.
This unit seems well built starting from its thin aluminum frame and the aluminum stand which looks like it is floating in the air. At the front what surprised me the most is that there is almost no gap between the border and the first row of the pixels. However, I’d recommend you be gentle while moving the TV. Especially if you have put your hands on the top due to the fact that you may potentially damage it because it is exceptionally thin. At the back, there are four HDMI ports, three USB ports, single digital optical audio output, one composite input, an Ethernet port and a tuner so you will be more than supplied in terms of connection options.
LG’s C8 OLED is the Best TV you can buy in 2019
The C8PUA houses LG’s most powerful processor the so-called Alpha 9 intelligent processor, which is known for its ability to output realistic imagery filled with excellent color depth.
In addition, this TV is also equipped with AI ThinQ, which is accompanied by the Google assistant. But for your information, this unit is also compatible with Amazon Alexa, which means that you will indeed have a smart home once you get this TV.
Another great thing about this TV is the pixel level dimming technology which means that each of the 8.3 million individually lit pixels will be optimized to ensure the best possible definition of the blacks as well as the details. So, I really think that you will be extremely attached to this TV.
Overall, I’d recommend you consider the LG C8PUA seriously. Especially, if you want to feel the benefits of having an OLED TV.
LG OLED C8 Review
LG’s latest OLED is a case of evolution rather than revolution but, by fine-tuning the performance, the company delivers its best picture quality to date. And once you factor in the C8’s design, feature-set and smart platform, you’ve got one of the best TVs we’ve ever seen.
- Superb picture quality advances upon previous LG OLED
- Sophisticated Smart TV platform
- Great audio performance
- Gorgeous design
- Dolby Vision & Dolby Atmos support
- Not as bright as some LCD TVs
- Expensive compared to some rivals