In this day and age, it is hard to imagine the world without television. It has become a major source of entertainment, relaxation, and information for all of us because of the wide range of programs being broadcasted such as news, sports, movies, and documentaries. And it will remain an integral part of our lives.

Like every other technological device that has evolved through innovation, television has become not just a source of information, education and entertainment but art itself through its designs, features, sizes and quality of the picture. Today, it is part of an essential consideration in interior decoration for homes and offices.

In the words of Karim Rashid, one of the best industrial designers in the world, “Innovation and technology are symbiotic with design, [and] they’re inseparable.” He feels strongly that innovation and technology are essential to good design– a view that is shared by LG Electronics (LG).

According to Mr. Choongbae Seok, General Manager, Home Entertainment, TV Division, LG Electronics West Africa, LG is focused on delivering innovative televisions with cutting-edge designs, style and quality that will fit the lifestyle of everyone.

“With their sleek, clean styling and design, LG TVs are the focal point of any room. Patented technologies and innovative features allow our LED & OLED televisions to deliver unbeatable detail, colour and contrast. LG televisions offer high-resolution picture quality with infinite detail”, Mr. Seok said.

“When it comes to design, LG Electronics top product designers in the industry. People like electronics that blend in with their surroundings and, more importantly, don’t take up too much space. LG’s sleek and timeless wall-mountable TVs offer décor versatility and space-saving design”, he added.


With its self-lighting pixels, LG GALLERY DESIGN TV delivers incredibly lifelike images that look sublime from any viewing angle. Rich, accurate colours and exceptional contrast create an almost-palpable sense of three-dimensional space on the screen and serve to make any content more compelling.

If an endorsement by one of the world’s preeminent industrial designers is anything to go on, LG GALLERY DESIGN TV is just as much an art object as it is a TV. With its scant depth, whisper-thin frame and gapless mount, the TV integrate with its surroundings like no other can. LG’s TV is a modern classic, presenting a unique take on the familiar to provide consumers with a whole new level of functionality and enjoyment.

LG G1 OLED evo Gallery Design TV

Recently, LG launched the OLED Gallery Design TV, known for its first-class picture quality and state-of-the-art features. After incredible feedback from reviewers and homeowners, the company decided to reinforce their top-tier luxury TV, the LG G1 OLED evo Gallery Design TV, in 2021 with new evo features to ramp up its already impressive performance.

The new high-efficiency evo panel design and enhanced colour system produce 20% more brightness than your standard OLED panel, delivering even better luminosity, punchier images with crystal clarity, greater detail, and the infinite contrast that only OLED’s self-lit pixels can offer. All this contributes to the overall HDR experience, allowing you to see colours for what they truly are – with contrast as clear as night and day.

To add to its array of features, let’s move on to the TV’s impressively thin design – its gapless wall mount is truly a call of superior interior design. The G1 OLED series comes standard with the gallery wall mount, giving you the freedom to place your TV out in the open and turn your home into a modern art gallery. Because the TV is as thin as a piece of hanging art and even offers digitised artworks to display when you’re not watching TV, it would be easy to mistake this innovative appliance for modern artwork. The flawlessness of its flush-to-the-wall design instantly adds value to your environment, improving flow and fitting in effortlessly with the way you like to live.


Rooms with only one function are a thing of the past. Our living spaces should adapt to our hectic lives in a culture of multitasking professionals and parents. We can see minor touches that make life easier on the LG G1 Gallery OLED evo. You can use one device to browse the web, check in on your friends remotely, and stream your favorite YouTube thanks to its smart technologies.

Another smart feature of LG’s latest TVs is their new Magic Remote, which features a Magic Tap capability that allows you to transmit content from your NFC-enabled smartphone to the TV or vice versa. LG’s AI Acoustic Tuning is even more amazing; it can detect the size of the room, the position of the TV, and where you’re sitting with the Magic Remote, and then use AI to tune and balance the sound based on the acoustics of your living room.

The LG G1 Gallery OLED TV is a significant step up from its 2020 predecessor, but it is also more than just an innovative electronic display – it’s a functional piece of art. In fact, even renowned Photographers such as Kelechi Amadi-Obi and Movie Superstar & LG Brand Ambassador Richard Mofe Damijo has displayed the TV in their ateliers to bring inspiration to their artwork. And that’s why it’s the one aesthetically pleasing item your living room has been missing.


The latest LG’s α9 Gen3 AI Processor gets the most out of 4K content. The brand-new Filmmaker Mode™ to boost your movie quality level. A fully immersive audio-visual experience with Dolby Atmos and Dolby Vision IQ. An innovative design that seamlessly complements your home interior. LG OLED GX is an engineering masterpiece like no other.


The GX TV was inspired by the finest art. Since LG OLED self-lit technology does not require backlights, this unlocks a new world of TV design: incredibly thin constructions, extremely thin bezels and ultimately a sleek product that fits seamlessly flush on your wall like a piece of art.


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