The LG 55EG920V is even placed at a cheaper price point than most of its competition. It is a 55-inch curved OLED display, but the question is, what were sacrificed to achieved such a pricing structure? First of all, there is no Harman Kardon speaker system in this one, and the build quality is not the same as the company’s higher-end 4K TVs.
The LG 55EG920V Has Been Dealt With Some Sacrifices to Achieve a Smaller Price Point
Even though the LG 55EG920V has some sacrifices as compared to the company’s higher-end 4K TVs, it is still an attractive piece of technology. The screen will still be able to connect to the stand through a cute transparent “neck” that makes the TV look like it’s floating. This is an effect that is even enhanced further by the slimness of the frame.
As with OLED screen technology, the rear portion of the 55EG920V TV is incredibly shallow which only measures less than 5-millimeters. Still, this curved shape is not for everyone. Even though it does look luxurious while on its stand, it does look a bit “off” when hung on a wall.
Still, it should be noted that the curvature on this curved TV is shallower as compared to other devices of its class in the market. There are also filters that the tech company had to build to the latest OLED screen so that the device will do a decent job of doing away with reflections.
LG’s cheapest 4K TV also boasts a number of possible connections, particularly for USBs. It also supports streaming from DLNA-capable devices via a Wi-Fi connection or through Ethernet. Additionally, since it is able to connect to a network, it can provide access to services and apps that are available in LG’s garden of online content. The apps compatible for this TV are surprisingly generous in number, so it can even take on the 4K implementations of multimedia streaming services such as Netflix and Amazon.
When it comes to picture quality, the 55EG920V is able to perform really well. Well, for the most part. When there is a mixture of very bright and very dark content on the screen, the display will compromise itself of some sort. When this happens, there will either be grayish-blacks or muted whites.
But even though there are such complications, this seldom happens on the LG 55EG920V. Perhaps its best feature is that it deals so good with 3D content that if it was witnessed by the majority, the decline on its popularity due to some of its flaws will do a quick 180. Even though the 55EG920V is far from perfect, it does exceptionally well even at its price point.