Initially announced during CES 2019, LG has provided an update as to when the electronic’s giant first HomeKit enabled TV’s will be hitting the market. Starting next month, LG’s C9 Series OLED TV’s will be available with 55-inch and 65-inch variants, and will retail for $2,499 and $3,499 respectively. The company will also be releasing a model from their E9 OLED Series, however, in just one size, which is 65-inches and starts at $4,299.
Following up in May, a 77-inch version of the C9 series will be available for $6,999. In June, the company plans to release an additional entry to the E9 series, which is sized at 55-inches and will retail for $3,299. Also in June, the company will be releasing another series, which they call W9 “Signature” OLED TV’s. This line will include 2 HomeKit enabled TV’s, and will come in 65-inch and 77-inch models, with prices listed at $6,999 and a whopping $12,999.
All of the TV’s mentioned will support a base feature set, which includes HDMI 2.1, and 4K frame rate matching. Also including with all of the 2019 OLED TV’s will be the company’s “Magic Remote” which enables motion/gesture based navigation, and voice input for Amazon’s Alexa and the Google Assistant. While these TV’s are obviously on the higher end price wise, it will interesting to see just how well they integrate with HomeKit or AirPlay 2, and we hope that it won’t be long until more affordable versions hit the market.