The best LG G3 deals – top savings on the 5-star MLA OLED TV

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If you're in the market for a flagship OLED TV, the five-star LG G3 has to be right around the top of your list.

LG's 4K flagship OLED TV for 2023, the G3 boasts brand-new MLA technology that makes it significantly brighter than 'standard' OLED models.

That special new ingredient has been added to a recipe that also includes a gorgeous picture frame-style design that's perfect for wall-mounting (in fact, there's no tabletop stand in the box), peerless gaming specs (4K/120Hz, VRR, and ALLM across all four HDMI 2.1 inputs), an excellent smart platform and superb all-round picture performance.

Best of all, there are some superb LG G3 deals available right now, and we've rounded up the very best for each size below. And if you’re not 100 per cent sold on the G3 but know you want an OLED, make sure to also check out our best OLED TV deals guide.  

LG OLED55G3 (55 inch)


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Launch price: £2600 / $2500 / AU$4195

It may not be the biggest model, but 55-inch TVs are always popular, and there's good reason to pick up a 55-inch G3 OLED.

The G3 comes packed with a 4K OLED panel, MLA tech, HDR support in the form of HLG, HDR10, and Dolby Vision, smarts courtesy of webOS 23, four 48Gbps HDMI 2.1 ports, eARC, a 120Hz refresh rate, VRR, ALLM, a Dolby Vision game mode and HGiG.

Last year's G2 OLED already offered up excellent image quality, while this year's G3 manages to be brighter, more vibrant, more insightful, and more exciting. In terms of gaming performance, this TV not only comes with every feature you could want, but input lag can go below 10ms with Boost mode.

The only issue with the 55-inch G3 is that, like its bigger siblings, the sound is pretty weak. We heartily recommend that you also budget for at least a soundbar if possible.

LG OLED65G3 (65 inch)


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Launch price: £3500 / $3300 / AU$5295

Not satisfied with a 55-inch TV? Then, the 65-inch G3 has your name written all over it.

Of course, you get all of the same features as you would with the smaller model. That means MLA tech, which brings with it a peak brightness of over 2000 nits, and it means rich, vibrant colours, fabulous sharpness and detail, and an impressively solid, three-dimensional image overall.

This also means you get an excellent gaming performance that's perfect for any game on PS5 or Series X. Whether you're a movie buff or a hardcore gamer, the G3 has something for everyone.

LG's G2 OLED is its flagship OLED for good reason, and while this year's C3 may only be an iterative upgrade over the C2, the G3 is a meaningful jump from the G2, which was a fantastic set in its own right, earning five-stars from us. Again, do budget for a dedicated sound system if you can, though.

LG OLED77G3 (77 inch)


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Launch price: £5000 / $4500 / AU$8395

If you want a premium OLED but don't want to cut any corners when it comes to size, the 77-inch G3 is your best bet. Though slightly smaller than the 83-inch model, the 77-inch G3 still comes with MLA, which its bigger brother does not.

At this price point, we're far beyond cheap, though, and you'll want to strongly consider spending a bit more on an external audio solution. Seeing as this is a TV with real cinematic scale, we'd recommend a full surround sound setup rather than a soundbar if possible.

For those looking for a centrepiece for a home theatre, this massive LG OLED is an excellent choice made even better by how much cheaper you can find this set today than you could back at launch.

LG OLED83G3 (83 inch)

LG G3 OLED TV in a modern apartment living room with a break dancers on screen

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Launch price: £7500 / $6500 / AU$10,995

So, you want the ultimate satisfaction of buying the biggest version of LG's latest flagship OLED. If that's you, the 83-inch G3 is your TV.

However, you will be missing out on MLA technology on the 83-inch model. That isn't ideal as it means this super-big version of the G3 won't go as bright as its smaller siblings but, while we haven't tested this version of the G3 specifically, we do expect it to still be a very good TV that performs very much like last year's G2, only much bigger.

If your mantra is bigger is better, nothing's stopping you from picking up the 83-inch G3. But make sure you consider the slightly smaller 77-inch model if you still want the boost in brightness afforded by MLA.


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Ruben Circelli

Ruben is a long-time freelance consumer technology and gaming journalist, and was previously a Staff Writer at What Hi-Fi?. Since 2014, Ruben has written news, reviews, features, guides, and everything in-between at a huge variety of outlets that include Lifewire, PCGamesN, GamesRadar+, TheGamer, Twinfinite, and many more. Ruben's a dedicated gamer, tech nerd, and the kind of person who misses physical media. In his spare time, you can find Ruben cooking something delicious or, more likely, lying in bed consuming content.

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