LG OLED Alexa Compatible Flat Television, 55-Inch

Last updated: July 29, 2023

Top-of-the-line picture quality and a unique design make the LG stand out. You'll be able to access apps for streaming while a voice remote makes finding programs easy.

We looked at the top Televisions and dug through the reviews from some of the most popular review sites. Through this analysis, we've determined the best Television you should buy.

Product Details

Key Takeaway: Access to all the apps you want and a voice remote. Awesome picture quality and a unique design.

In our analysis of 49 expert reviews, the LG OLED Alexa Compatible Flat Television, 55-Inch placed 11th when we looked at the top 15 products in the category. For the full ranking, see below.

From The Manufacturer

The elegant E8 is exquisitely crafted with a unique glass design to make a captivating statement in your living room. This new LG OLED TV with AI (Artificial Intelligence) ThinQ becomes the hub for the smart home: Using Intelligent Voice control, speak into the LG Magic Remote to pull up family photos, control light settings, check the weather and more. Movies, sports and games come to thrilling new life, more immersive with the perfect black and intense color made possible by LG OLED display technology. The new α9 (Alpha9) Intelligent Processor makes the most of the self-illuminating pixels, providing true-to-life images with rich colors, superior sharpness and enhanced depth. The E8 features comprehensive support of major 4K high dynamic range formats including premium Dolby Vision, as well as HDR10 and HLG. And to complete the home cinema experience, the included sound bar delivers immersive, detailed Dolby Atmos audio that puts you into the midst of every moment.

Expert Reviews

What reviewers liked

From 4K HDR YouTube videos, to reference-quality Ultra HD Blu-ray discs, to some of our streaming favorites from Netflix and Amazon, the LG E8’s picture quality remained magnificently impressive and perfectly comfortable to watch.
The LG OLEDE8P series of OLED TVs offer some of the best picture quality money can buy.
HD picture quality was excellent. It did an excellent job displaying the finest detail of HD content. Color accuracy was excellent, so colors, especially flesh tones, looked very natural and lifelike.
Picture quality is, hands down, the reason to buy an OLED. LG might be singing the praises of the E8's "Glass" design (which is pretty cool, I guess) or its new A9 processor and Alexa integration, but there's one reason and one reason only to spend a few thousand dollars on the new 55- or 65-inch E8 OLED TVs: picture quality.
It also supports a variety of HDR formats: the common HDR10 and Dolby Vision, as well as Technicolor’s Advanced HDR and HLG (Hybrid Log-Gamma), an HDR standard in play in other parts of the world (and in some Sony camcorders).

What reviewers didn't like

Those who buy a TV with its sound as a qualifier are few and far between these days, but since the E8 OLED carries a premium for its sound quality, I figured it was worth digging into.
No Google Cast support.
Assembly of the E8 is a little odd, as the stand simply screws "onto" the lower portion of the glass extension, rather than screwing into actual screw holes. It feels plenty sturdy, but it's a little eccentric.
The one issue with OLED TVs, beyond the price tag, is that they have a rather limited lifespan and are subject to burn-in if you leave a static image in place for too long. For mild use, say two hours a day watching TV or movies, you won’t have any issue. But you definitely don’t want to use one as a display sign.
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