LG has been keeping fans of their 2016 OLED TV range in anticipation as people have been known to be already itching to get their hands and eyes on the latest models ever since the company blew the crowd away during the Consumer Electronics Show (CES) back in January at Las Vegas; and now the moment might finally be here as we take a look at the LG OLED55C6.
The LG OLED55C6 is the Most Affordable in the Company’s 4K OLED Range
The LG OLED55C6 sports a 55-inch display and its price point easily makes it the most affordable out of the firm’s 4K series. While it does lack the mind-blowing design and some of the audio solutions that the company’s top-end OLED models have, it still delivers high marks in practically every image quality that it can dish out.
While the design of the OLED55C6 won’t exactly knock your socks off, but it does not have the look that you would immediately dislike either. It’s in a level that’s happily in between. It is also almost unfeasibly thin when talking about its rear depth and its bezel thickness. There is also the use of a transparent “neck” attachment towards the unobtrusive silver pedestal mount which makes the screen seem like it’s floating in mid-air. In other words, it might be on the running for the world’s thinnest LCD TV. However, it does sport a curved screen which might not be towards everyone’s fancy. But the curvature does offer a bit of extra when it comes to giving it the premium look.
Perhaps the only concern here with regards to its design is that there is an absence of any large speakers that do come immediately attached to the company’s own G6 and E6 models. Nevertheless, it does still boast a four-channel, 40W speaker system which is designed by Harman Kardon.
The way that the images are brought out into this particular TV, specifically that of its OLED screen, allows each pixel to produce its own light. Hence, it means that the brightness levels peak gorgeously locked into precise areas where it has to appear bright. There is no backlight haloing that can be seen around the very bright images, even when you’re playing HDR.
While it does seem that picture performance on the LG OLED55C6 is excellent in every which way, it is not as it does have some trouble regarding color handling. It is not quite explosive as that of the G6 models from LG, but it is still spectacular enough that makes this TV a solid choice.
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