Best LG TVs


When it comes to buying a new TV, it obviously pays to shop around. But if you've previously owned LG sets and want to stick with the same look and feel, then we have some excellent recommendations for you.

LG makes some of the best 4K OLED TVs around, and these models from the 2017 and 2018 LG TV ranges are currently the best on sale.

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Under £2000


LG's most affordable OLED ever is brand new for 2018 and is one of the best-value TVs we've seen so far. The impressive user experience, combined with superb black levels and sensational colours make it a TV bargain not to be missed.


Dolby Vision | Dolby Atmos | ThinQ AI

Reasons to Buy
Rich, refined colour palette
'Lights-out' black levels
A benchmark user experience
Voice control support
Vast HDR format support - including Dolby Vision
Reasons to Avoid
More expensive 2018 LG models offer slight picture improvements
Peak brightness second to Samsung QLEDs

Under £3000


Small but significant improvements make this 2018 LG OLED a superb all-rounder. 


4K | HDR10, HLG, Dolby Vision | OLED

Reasons to Buy
Brighter, punchier and sharper than last year’s models
Fantastically natural images
Amazing upscaling
Loads of apps
Stylish design
Reasons to Avoid
Motion processing could be better
Setting menus are confusing
Mediocre sound for the money

Under £4000


This 2018 OLED isn't the final word in value, but it still looks the part, produces a stunning picture, and is a breeze to use. If you like the way it looks and the price is right, this could be the OLED TV for you.


4K, OLED | HDR 10, Dolby Vision | WebOS

Reasons to Buy
Class-leading picture
Gorgeous design
Well-equipped smarts
Useful ThinQ features
Easy to use
Comprehensive picture mode options
Reasons to Avoid
Doesn’t justify premium price



LG's wafer-thin 'Wallpaper' TV combines a breathtaking design with equally stunning picture quality. Yes, you have to pay a premium, but you might consider those show-stopping credentials worth every penny.


OLED TV | 4K resolution | Dolby Vision HDR

Reasons to Buy
Insightful picture
Excellent black levels and punchy whites
Solid upscaling
Good motion handling
Reasons to Avoid
Sound lacks weight and refinement
Limited Dolby Atmos support