LG OLED 4K TV - Perfect Black creates Perfect Colour

LG’s latest range of premium OLED 4K TVs can change the face of your home entertainment system and offers one of the best quality screens in the market.

The organic self-emitting pixels offer the deepest levels of black, bringing the richest colours to life along with a huge range of contrast. 

The OLED 4K range includes the B6, C6, E6 and G6 models, which all offer incredible picture quality, a beautiful sleek design and fantastic audio courtesy of Harman / Kardon.

Only LG TVs support Dolby Vision HDR to give you an experience you’ve never seen before in your home.

Dolby Vision is the same technology you’ve probably seen in the cinema and will give you the best picture quality with incredible brightness, colours and contrast.

The C6 OLED 4K model is exclusive to Currys; it comes in 55” and 65” screen sizes and features a stunning curved design.

Between now and March 2017, it comes with a 12 month subscription to Sky Q with the original bundle included. That means you’ll have access to channels like Sky Atlantic, Comedy Central, Sky 1 and MTV.

Sky Q allows you to not only record more TV than ever before with its new 2TB box, but also watch in multiple rooms around your home with Sky Multiscreen.

Ultra HD with Sky also means you can make the most of your brand new LG TV with 4K picture on selected shows and events, such as 124 Premier League matches, over 70 movies on demand and 30 hours of stunning documentary footage.

Head over to Currys PC World now to learn more about the stunning LG OLED 4K TV range, and take advantage of the 12 months Sky Q offer just in time for Christmas. Plus, all LG OLED 4K TVs from Currys come with a 5 year guarantee included.

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