LG to Launch Large TV
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LG to Launch Large TV

LG Electronics is releasing a $38,000 77-inch TV, which is supposed to be the next OLED model of its ultra-premium brand called "LG Signature", in July. The LG Signature 65-inch OLED TV released for the first time last March currently costs $9,300 (11 million won), which is four times less than the larger model.  LG is currently in production of the 77-inch OLED TVs and plans to release them to global markets in July, according to ET News. LG Electronics is currently receiving pre-orders for 77-inch OLED TV through department stores and electronic merchandisers. “[The] store price of LG Signature 77-inch OLED TV is going to be around $38,030 and actual delivery will be possible starting from end of July,” a company representative said. The largest TV available in Iran is LG's 105-inch LED that costs $86,000, according to e-commerce sites.


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