LG OLED Gallery TV

LG OLED Gallery TV, with a minimalist look, is a new technology screen for domestic use, appearing like an artwork. With its Gallery design, slender frame and exclusively developed mechanism for perfect integration with the wall surface, the LG television becomes a singular ornamental piece. With the Gallery Mode feature, spectators can enjoy world-class landscapes and artworks, in the privacy of their home.

The Gallery series design would not have been possible without the OLED technology, an unmatched LG field of expertise. The exceptionally slender OLED frame allowed designers to pursue the uniquely thin and elegant screen they had visualized, and to see it become real.

The LG OLED technology operates without back lighting; self-illuminating pixels provide a new experience of vision: Perfect lines, incredibly slim margin, and exceptionally elegant design. The only thing visible is the screen and nothing else.

At the core of its design, OLED Gallery is a comprehensive screen that can blend in harmoniously into any given space – a notion that LG designers refer to as “added spatial value”.

The team behind the Gallery remained faithful to its original vision through the entire development process, closely collaborating with LG engineers to deliver a new class of television. The results speak for themselves: an advanced OLED screen with less than 20mm thickness and an integrated, exceptionally slender arm that embraces the wall, remaining completely hidden.

The success of LG in creating such a product is already acknowledged by the most esteemed design prizes, including the Red Dot Design Awards and iF Design Awards 2020.





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