LG OLED E7 (E7P) Review


LG OLED E7 Key Specs

Specs and Features
Resolution 4K (2160 x 3840)
Sizes Available 55 Inch (OLED55C7P) and 65 Inch (OLED65C7P)
Screen Type Flat
Panel Type OLED
Dimming Pixel Dimming
Backlight Self Lighting Pixel
HDR Engine Active HDR with Dolby Vision
HDR Formats HDR 10, Dolby Vision, HLG, Advanced HDR
HDR Effect Yes
Ultra HD Premium Certification Yes
Color Technology 4 Sub pixels technology (RGBW)
Advanced Technology Perfect Black Panel, Ultra Luminance, Cinematic Color, True Color Accuracy, etc
4K Up-scaling Tru 4K Up-Scaler
3D Technology No
Platform WebOS 3.5
Features Web Browser, VoD Service, Cloud Games, LG’s Apps store, Universal Control Capability, Natural Voice Recognition
Remote LG Magic Remote
HDMI 4 (HDCP 2.2)
Ethernet 1
RF (Terrestrial  Cable) 1
Composite In (AV) 1
Component In 0
Wi-Fi Built In 802.11 ac
Channel 4.2 Channel
Total Audio Output 40W (Woofer: 20W)
Dolby Atmos Decoder Yes

Picture Quality

LG OLED E7 has excellent picture quality. As we have mentioned, one of the advantages of LG E7 as part of OLED TV is about its perfect black level and infinitive contrast ratio, makes the picture looks excellent, especially when set in a dark room. Since it has self-lighting pixel, this makes it doesn’t emit any light at all when it is displaying a totally black color, result in perfect black level. This certainly makes dark scene of image looks very natural and fantastic. On other hand, when playing HDR images, its perfect black level also makes details of images in shadow or dark scenes looks very detail, makes the shadow details of HDR images looks great like what intended, even for Dolby Vision or Advanced HDR images that require higher display specs than HDR 10 or HLG.


Additionally, although its color volume is also not as good as Samsung QLED TV lineup, but it still has good color volume. It can show its wide color gamut on extremely dark colors. But at high brightness, its color gamut slightly narrows due it has RGBW pixels structure. Still about color performance, LG OLED E7 also already supports 10 bit depth of color that means it can deliver more than 1.07 billion shades of color. The result, color gradient of HDR images which mastered in 10 bit depth colors can be shown fairly smooth without any major color banding. Some little color bandings might still be visible on grayscale and darker colors, but overall, this is not really problem which can be taken seriously.

Motion Handling and 24p Playback

Like other model of LG’s 2017 OLED TV, LG OLED E7 has excellent motion handling. Its LG OLED E7pixel response time is extremely low, far lower than the lowest response time of LED TV. The result, when used for watching fast moving images like sport or fast movies, the picture displayed looks very clear and smooth with almost no motion blur visible, far smoother and clearer than LED TVs.  Additionally, LG OLED C7 also does a perfect job when used to play 24p movies.  No matter the source, whether it is 24p videos like Blu-Ray Movies, 24p videos via 60i signals like movies from Satellite TV, or even 24p videos via 60p signal like movies from streaming device, all of them are shown clearly and smoothly on the screen of OLED E7 without judder.


LG OLED E7As their major connectivity, LG OLED E7 is equipped with 4 HDMI ports and 3 USB ports. All of their HDMI ports already support most of formats like HDCP 2.2, Audio Return Channel, CEC, and more and are located on the side panel. Meanwhile, 2 of their HDMI ports are version 2.0 while 1 port is version 3.0 and all of their USB ports are also located on the side panel. In addition to HDMI and USB, there are also 1 Composite In (AV In), 1 RF IN, 1 Ethernet in, and 1 Digital Audio Out (Optical) where all of these ports are located on the rear panel.  Meanwhile, discussing about their input lags, essentially, OLED E7 has low input lag in “Game Mode” and “PC Mode”.

Smart TV

Like other model of LG’s 2017 OLED TV lineup, LG OLED E7 also featuring WebOS 3.5 as its smart TV platform. There are some new features that makes you more comfort when enjoying smart TV experience including an enhanced zoom mode for magnifying sections of the picture, Support for 360 VR Media, and the ability to map your favorite nine apps to the remote control’s numerical buttons. Across the bottom of the screen, there is “Strip Bar” as icons of the quick access to many popular apps and features.  Meanwhile, talking about apps and features provided, WebOS 3.5 has a lot of preinstalled apps such as premium VoD Service. They already support HDR like Amazon Video, Netflix, and YouTube, and more, Live TV, Cloud Games, Web Browser.



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