The 2022 LG B2 OLED TV just got a sale at Walmart: the 65″ model is currently $1,099 and the 77″ model is $1,699.99. These are roughly $200-$300 less than the best deals we saw on Black Friday and Cyber Monday. Sales will be made through Beach Camera (authorized reseller and authorized LG reseller) through the Walmart Marketplace.
LG Evo B2 4K OLED gaming TV launched
The B2 is still a true OLED TV
The LG B2 doesn’t have all the bells and whistles of the LG C2, but the difference isn’t huge, and it’s still a great TV for current 4K HDR gaming. The B2 uses a very similar WOLED panel found on the previous generation C1. This is a true OLED TV, so expect near-infinite response times, contrast ratios, and perfect black levels. It has a native 120Hz panel and supports HDR10 and Dolby Vision.
The B2 is a great gaming TV
OLED technology aside, the LG B2 packs all the features you’d expect from a gaming TV. It has a true 120Hz panel and two HDMI 2.1 ports for running 4K at 120Hz on PS5, Xbox Series X or RTX 30 Series equipped PCs. It also supports variable refresh rate (VRR) and automatic low latency mode (ALLM), a version of this TV’s adaptive sync technology, which means the TV automatically switches to low latency during gaming.
What is the difference between LG B2 and C2?
So what does B2 lack compared to C2? The biggest difference is the OLED panel. The 2022 C2 model has a new “Evo” panel that offers a higher brightness rating. The B2 uses an OLED panel that is very similar to its predecessor, the C1. The B2 has two HDMI 2.1 ports compared to the C2’s four ports. The B2 has an older a7 processor compared to the C2’s a9 processor. B2 is a heavier TV than C2. It summarizes any differences that really matter.
Should I get a B2 at this price?
In our opinion, the B2 was a strong contender even at Black Friday pricing, as it was still several hundred dollars cheaper than the C2. At this new price point, and given that the C2 has just gone up in price again, it’s a no-brainer.
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