LG OLEDG7P Review

The bottom line: All of the latest of technological innovation can be found in the LG G7P OLED 4K Smart TV but BEST is the Active HDR 10 color coupled with the latest and ‘upcoming’ future tech feature of HLG Technicolor enabling better compatibility to all forms of HDR content.
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Overview Design Prices Picture Quality Sound Smart Features
Rating8.1
Design
8.1
Picture Quality
8.4
Sound Quality
7.9
Video Games
7.9
Movies
8.4
Extra Features
8.1

Short Specification
Type
OLED
Resolution
4K
Refresh Rate
120Hz
Screen Sizes
65 inch 77 inch
65″ OLED65G7 77″ OLED77G7

Say NO to the high cost of movie tickets and set your sight 
to the LG G7P SIGNATURE OLED 4K TV in a series that can only bring a Y-ES-SSS-SSSSSS – no matter what is viewed! Smile at the slim design with latest picture-on-glass TV screen display. The TV screen is placed to glass panel with thin bezel frame so all you see is 65 or 77 inches of beautiful color! Enjoy the beauty of each light empowered pixel with latest HDR 10, High Dynamic Range, color imaging system and HLG, Hybrid Log Gamma, Technicolor PLUS the Dolby Vision 
color technology.


Pros
  • Perfect sound, deep black tone and active HDR for great contrast ratio, HLG Technicolor, wide viewing angle, WebOS 3.5, natural voice recognition remote.
Cons
  • The price and screen size brings pause in consideration of LG’s E7 and C7 TV models without the latest HLG Technicolor.


  • The glass design makes TV heavy.

Best For
  • Thumbs up to the LG G7P TV for BEST picture quality! Perfect contrast ratio – lights to darks. With such perfection on large 65-inch screen families enjoy hours of video gaming, upscaling lower resolution movie content to higher 4K-screen resolution, as well as seeing sports action, as if at sports stadium.
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LG OLEDG7P

Overview

Overall assessment of LGs G7P 4K OLED TV Signature TV has to include the words eenie, meenie, miny, moe. Eenie meenie: a
children’s counting rhyme used to select persons in games such as Tag. The person pointed to by the ‘chanter’ on last syllable is chosen. I speak of this method to choosing of the G7P TVs because, while the G7P is a higher version of the original Picture-On-Glass design of the LG E7P or basic design of the LG C7P 4K Smart TV, in terms of the picture quality of the C7P, E7P, G7P the technology composition is similar. Eenie, meeney, miny moe, I choose . . . any choice will be a good one, I assure you. All are high-end luxury Smart TVs. The G7P and E7P are just about identical with one notable exception: HLG! HLG technicolor technology is the latest innovation of ensuring the access of the most HDR color content. HLG technology is not abundant in the digital signals as yet, but it will come. It is important when choosing a TV to ask yourself: is the purchase choice of the 65-inch G7P TV in a series worth the extra $1,000 cost for the HLG feature? This is a tough choice only your budget and you can answer. You could try the eenie, meenie method, of course! Choosing either the E7P or G7P won’t be wrong. The C7P won’t disappoint accept perhaps in the sound quality. What more can I say? Eenie, meenie, miny moe…

Design

LG OLEDG7P

If the LG G7P TV model looks familiar it is because it is ‘almost’ like the LG E7P TV model. As with the E7P, enjoy the Picture-On-Glass design that sweeps you right into the action
being viewed on screen. No black plastic frame intruding upon full screen view; there is only a thin bezel glass frame. Imagine the feeling you are standing on the same playing field with your favorite sports team! The Dolby Atmos speakers run along bottom of TV producing beautiful volume and harmony and unlike the E7P are designed to fold back for aesthetically 
eye-pleasing wall mount.

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Picture Quality

With the G7P TVs you need never fret picture quality. The LG G7P, E7P and the C7P are all OLED 4K color perfection! The G7P, as in the E7P, has same technological ‘wizardry’ in such features as Active HDR with Dolby Vision color, Pixel Level dimming, 4K Upscaler, Cinematic Tru-Color accuracy. Light flows to the billions of color pixels by way of electric current and adjusts itself with darker scenes to show perfect blacks. The major difference of the G7P is LG’s use of the latest color innovation: HLG Technicolor! With HLG technology, ‘brainchild’ of British and Japanese collaboration, the consumer market will find TV to better receive HDR content signals and thus show greater color details of visual images.

480p Input
LG OLEDG7P 480p input
720p Input
LG OLEDG7P 720p input
1080p Input
LG OLEDG7P 1080p input
4k Input
LG OLEDG7P 4k input

Sound Quality

Pardon the pun, but the G7P Picture-on-Glass TV design produces a sound in volume and harmony that is ‘crystal’ clear to the ears. Sound quality not an issue due to professional Dolby Atmos surround sound with 4.2, 60 watt Hi-Fi front speakers. No need for external speakers or sound bars.

Smart Features

The G7P TVs in series is 4K OLED Smart TV. The processor speed is a native 120 Hz that brings smoothness to fast action video gaming and, of course, makes for happy sports fans. With 4K (UHD TV) you always get Smart TV, which means the ability to connect internet to TV, bringing an overflowing stream of content to download from the LG Content Store. Thanks to the new LG Web OS 3.5 with full web browser, accessing and searching content is quite easy. Besides Amazon.com, Netflix, YouTube content to watch, the LG G7P Signature TV comes with 4 HDMI and 3 USB ports to connect to a variety of audio and visual communication devices. There is also screen mirroring capability to cast content found on smart phone or tablet to your TV screen. Magic Remote is easy to use and comes with natural voice recognition to control TV settings.

Conclusion

To conclude our review of the 4K OLED G7P 65-inch TV, we won’t deny the price of perfection is costly. In side-by-side comparison with the less costly 4K OLED E7P and C7P TVs – which also come with 55-inch screens – the price difference is $1,000 to $2,000 less for 65-inch screens. Measuring value with price, however, if budget can afford the HLG technology found within G7P TVs, the G7P should sustain value many years longer in the ever-changing digital TV marketplace.


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