Here’s a review for you on the new 2018 model of LG’s OLED TV. The model number for this line is E8PUA. It comes in a 55″ version and a 65″ version. The 65’s the one that I’m reviewing. I hadn’t seen too many reviews on it. It’s very new. I would give my two cents on it from my own experience. I should mention, too, that I found a pretty good deal on it. I’ll throw a link in the description below so you guys can check that out. Anyway, if, in my opinion, you’re looking for the best 4K OLED TV on the market right now, this is the one to get. The 65″ picture is big, but with a 4K, remember, you want to go as big as you can because there’s no point in getting a small TV with a 4K if you’re sitting anywhere further than about 10 feet away. Because you really, your eye won’t notice the difference in the detail
The OLED picture is just stunning. It looks like you’re almost looking out the window at what’s happening on the image. It’s so clear. It almost seems like it’s in 3D. The color is very vivid. It’s excellent on this television set. The blacks are intense. It has a high dynamic range on it, and it looks good. Since it’s an OLED panel, of course, the blacks look very good just because you can turn the pixel off, so it’s not displaying any light. So it is a pure black that you can only get on an OLED set.
The bezels on this TV are ultra-thin, some of the thinnest that I’ve ever seen. It looks like a picture just floating there on your wall. It seems good. The stand’s pretty sharp. I’m not using it. I have a wall mount for it. But it is a reasonably good stand that comes with it. It looks very modern and is very stable, too. But all in