Deal | 55-inch LG A2 OLED TV goes on sale with a steep 46% discount
OLED TVs have become fairly affordable over the past few years, which means that budget-conscious buyers who don't necessarily need 120Hz, HDMI 2.1 ports or other advanced features no longer have to spend more than US$1,000 on a brand-new 55-inch set. Fittingly, the LG A2 has now fallen to its lowest sale price thus far.
The well-known third-party seller Beach Camera has put the 55-inch model variant of the LG A2 on sale for US$749 at Walmart, which constitutes a considerable 46 percent or US$650 discount in relation to the OLED TV's original MSRP of US$1,399. Moreover, this deal undercuts Amazon's current price by 15 percent. Please note that these orders are fulfilled by Walmart, and that the aforementioned deal price only shows up after the LG A2 OLED has been put in the shopping cart.
As already indicated, the LG A2 is a budget-focus product from LG's 2022 model year which is equipped with a 60Hz panel that can reach a peak brightness of around 550 nits in certain HDR scenes according to Rtings' detailed review. Additionally, this affordable 55-inch TV features the OLED-typical black levels and infinite contrast ratio, and it also supports the important Dolby Vision HDR format. All in all, this is a decent choice for prospective buyers who mainly watch TV shows or movies at night or in rather dark rooms.
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