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LG Nano 81 vs Nano 85 Review (49NANO81ANA vs 49NANO85UNA, 55NANO81ANA vs 55NANO85UNA, 65NANO81ANA vs 65NANO85UNA)

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LG Nano 81 vs Nano 85 Review

LG Nano 81 and Nano 85 are parts of the LG’s 4K LED TV NanoCell lineup. They both are mid-end TVs which have decent overall performance for mixed usage.  But even so, just like most model of LG TV, they both also use IPS panel and we have known, a LED TV with IPS panel usually have low native contrast ratio. This means, since they both has low native contrast ratio, this makes them are not suitable when used in a dark room. But even so, as long as they are not used in a dark room, their performance is really good for their price range. They both have any advantages like good side viewing angle, low response time, low input lags, etc.

In the market, the LG Nano 81 is available on 3 screen size variants including 49 inches (49NANO81ANA), 55 Inches (55NANO81ANA), and 65 inches (65NANO81ANA). On the other hand, the LG Nano 85 one more screen size variant. In addition that found on Nano 81, which are 49 inches (49NANO85UNA), 55 inches (55NANO85UNA), and 65 inches (65NANO85UNA), it also comes in 75 inches ((75NANO85UNA). Meanwhile, with the same screen, the LG Nano 85 is sold tens to hundreds dollars more expensive than the Nano 81. So, what are the differences between the NANO81 and NANO85 and which is a better choice between them?

Short Review of LG Nano 81 and NANO 85

LG Nano 81 vs Nano 85 Key Specifications

Technologies and Features LG Nano 81 LG Nano 85
Screen Sizes Available 49 inches (49NANO81ANA), 55 inches (55SNANO81ANA), 65 inches (65NANO81ANA) 49 inches (49NANO85UNA), 55 inches (55NANO85UNA), 65 inches (65NANO85UNA), 75 Inches (75NANO85UNA
Screen Resolution 4K (3840 x 2160) 4K (3840 x 2160)
10 bit panel Dithering
Panel Technology IPS with NanoCell Display IPS with NanoCell Display
Native10 Bit panel No (Dithering) No (Dithering)
Backlight Technology Edge-Lit LED Edge-Lit LED
Local Dimming Yes Yes
Image Processor Quad Core Processor 4K Alpha 7 Gen 3
HDR (high Dynamic Range Active HDR ( HDR10, HLG), HDR Dynamic Tone Mapping Pro 4K Cinema HDR (Dolby Vision, HDR10, HLG), HDR Dynamic Tone Mapping Pro, Dolby Vision IQ
Contrast Enhancement Ultra Luminance Ultra Luminance
Color Enhancement Nano Color, Nano Accuracy, Billion Rich Colors is achieved through 10 bit dithering, Advanced Color Enhancer Nano Color, Nano Accuracy, Billion Rich Colors is achieved through 10 bit dithering, Advanced Color Enhancer
Clarity Enhancement Quad Step Noise Reduction, Frequency Based Sharpness Enhancer Double Step Noise Reduction, Sharpness Enhancer
Up-Scaler Technology 4K Up-Scaler 4K Up-Scaler
Motion Enhancement TruMotion 120 TruMotion 240
Native Refresh Rate 60 Hz 120 Hz
Variable Refresh Rate Support No Yes
Gaming Feature HGiG HDMI Forum VRR, HGiG, FreeSync (with a future firmware update)
Smart TV Platform WebOS 5.0 with LG ThinQ AI WebOS 5.0 with LG ThinQ AI
Google Assistant Yes (Built-In) Yes (Built-In)
Amazon Alexa Compatible Yes (Built-In) Yes (Built-In)
Alexa Built-In Yes Yes
AI Picture Pro No Yes
Remote LG Magic Remote LG Magic Remote
Speaker Channel 2.0 Channel 2.0 Channel
Sound Output 20 watts 20 watts
Dolby Atmos Support No Yes
HDMI Ports 4 4
HDMI Supports HDCP 2.2, HDMI 2.0 Full Bandwidth, CEC, ALLM HDCP 2.2, HDMI 2.0 Full Bandwidth, HDMI 2.1 Full Bandwidth (HDMI 3,4), CEC, ALLM
ARC Yes (HDMI 2) Yes (HDMI 3)
eARC Support No Yes
USB Ports 2 (USB 2.0) 3 (USB 2.0)
Composite Input 1 1
Component Input No No
RF Input 1 1
Digital Audio Out (optical) 1 1

Technologies and Features of the LG Nano 81 and Nano 85

The Similarities

Panel Technology

As we have mentioned above, both of the LG Nano 85 and Nano 81 use IPS (In Plane Switching) panel technology that supported by LG’s NanoCell technology. . And as we have known, a TV with IPS panel usually has good side viewing angle coverage but on the other hand, its native contrast ratio is low. This make them cannot produce deep dark. Meanwhile, NanoCell technology is developed to improve their performance in producing color. NanoCell technology is based on quantum dot technology that use Nano particle to improve color reproduction of the IPS panel. So no wonder, if they both can produce excellent color gamut like Samsung QLED TV that use Quantum Dot panel technology.  Meanwhile, as their backlight technology, they both also use the same technology, which is Edge-Lit backlight with local dimming feature. Unfortunately, we don’t clearly know how many dimming zones of each of their local dimming. And as we have known, performance of local dimming on edge Lit backlight is not as good as on Direct Led backlight or Full Array Local Dimming (FALD).

Smart TV Platform

WebOS 4.5

As their smart TV platform, both of the LG Nano 81 and Nano run the same smart TV platform, which is the latest version of WebOS or WebOS 5.0. But even so, compare to the previous version, it only brings minor change s. As we have known, WebOS has user interface that is easy to use and fairly smooth to navigate. Just like other smart TV platforms, it also has good selection of pre-installed apps. Almost all of premium streaming service such as Amazon Videos, Netflix, Disney +, etc are provided. There are also Web Browser, Games, Live TV, Air Play 2, and others. Meanwhile, to add your apps collection, it also has an apps store called “LG’s Apps store” that also has good selection of downloadable apps. Additionally, the WebOS on the Nano 81 and Nano 85 also support Voice Navigation. In addition to LG’s own platform called ThinQ AI, it also has built in Amazon Alexa and Google Assistant. Since all of them are built in, to use these apps, you don’t need to buy additional “listening devices”.

Remote Control

LG MAgic Remote 2019

And just like the higher model, as their major controller, both of the LG NANO 81 and NANO 85 come with LG’s magic remote.  As we have known, the LG’s magic remote is fairly large and have a lot of buttons. In addition to standard button like number buttons, direction buttons, volume buttons, etc, it also has two dedicated buttons to Amazon Prime and Netflix. Additionally, it also has built-in microphone for voice control and many features of voice commands.  Until here, what offered by LG’s magic remote is not different to most of smart remote. The excellence is that it also has clickable scroll wheel at the center. In addition like a traditional remote, with this feature, it can be used like a mouse on computer. This remote also has ability as universal remote, allow you to control other devices connected on your LG TV with a single remote, even if they don’t support HDMI CEC.

The Differences

Image Processor

Even though both of the LG Nano 81 and Nano 85 use the same panel technology, but they are powered by different image processor. As we see on comparison table above, the LG Nano 85 is powered by Alpha 7 Gen 3 image processor or the third generation of Alpha 7 processor. This processor comes with some upgrades over the predecessor such as the algorithm of their up-scaling engine, and others. In addition to its up-scaling engine has been based on AI, this processor also makes the Nano 85 has some AI-Related Features like AI Sound, AI Picture, and AI Brightness. These features can automatically change the TV setting based on the viewing condition to maximize picture and sound produced. Essentially, it is more powerful than the predecessor Alpha 7 Gen 2 but still less powerful the flagship Alpha 9 Gen 3 found on LG’s 2020 OLED TV lineup. On the other hand, the LG Nano 81 is powered by a processor called Quad Core Processor 4K. The use of this processor makes the Nano 81 lacks some AI-based features like Ai Picture, AI Brightness, and Dolby Vision IQ, and others. But it can still do a good job when processing images.

Motion Technology

The other difference between the LG Nano 81 and Nano 85 is on their motion technology. As we see on comparison table above, the LG Nano 85 has native 120 Hz refresh rate panel while the Nano 81 only has native 60 Hz refresh rate panel. The impact is that the Nano 85 supports content with frame rate up to 120 Hz while the Nano 81 only support content with frame rate up to 60 Hz. Additionally, this also makes the Nano85 can interpolate lower frame rate content up to 120 Hz while the Nano81 only support 60Hz motion interpolation. In addition native refresh rate panel, the LG Nano 85 also already support VRR (Variable Refresh Rate) panel that compatible with some gaming features like HDMI Forum VRR and FreeSync (with a future firmware update). But, unlike the LG’s OLED TV lineup that also supports GSync, the Nano 85 doesn’t support G-Sync.  On the other hand, the LG Nano 81 doesn’t support any VRR technology and gaming features. It only supports HGiG where the Nano85 also support.

Connectivity

As their major connectivity, both the LG Nano 81 and Nano 85 are equipped with 4 HDM ports. Their HDMI ports support most of features such as HDMI 2.0 full bandwidth, HDCP 2.2, CEC, and ALLM. Additionally, one of their HDMI ports (HDMI 2 on Nano 81 and HDMI 3 on Nano 85) also supports ARC (Auto Return Channel). Meanwhile, the advantage of the Nano 85 is that two of their HDMI ports (HDMI 3 and 4) also supports HDMI 2.1 while none of HDMI ports of the Nano 81 that support HDMI 2.1. Additionally, in addition to ARC the HDMI 3 of the Nano 85 also supports eARC (Enhanced Return Channel), allowing it can high quality audio signal like Dolby Atmos via True HD via HDMI port. On the other hand, none of the HDMI ports of the LG Nano 81 that support eARC. Meanwhile, the LG Nano85 also has more number of USB ports than the Nano 81. If the Nano 81 is equipped with 2 ports only, the Nano 85 is equipped with 3 ports. But even so, none of their HDMI ports is USB 3.0, which means they all are USB 2.0.

Meanwhile, in addition to USB and HDMI ports, they both also have 1 RF In (Tuner In), 1 Composite In (AV In), 1 Digital Audio Out (Optical), and 1 Ethernet port. They both also have built-in Wi-Fi and Bluetooth for wireless connection. Special for the NANO 81, it also has component In, but it is shared with Composite In.

HDR Format

The LG Nano 85 supports more HDR formats than Nano 81. If the LG NANO supports HDR 10 and HLG (Hybrid Log Gamma) only, in addition to their format, the Nano 85 also supports Dolby Vision. Not only that, it also has a feature that can help to further improve its Dolby Vision called Dolby Vision IQ. You need to know, the Dolby Vision IQ is not a new HDR format like HDR10+ over the HDR10. But it is just a feature that will optimize Dolby Vision Content According to the light condition of the room. Globally, Dolby Vision IQ can automatically adjust the brightness of Dolby Vision Content according to the brightness of the room where the TV is used. So, you will not watch Dolby Vision content that is too dark in a bright room or too bright in a dark room.

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LG Nano 81 LG Nano 85
49 inches 49NANO81ANA on Amazon 49NANO85UNA on Amazon
55 inches 55NANO81ANA on Amazon 55NANO85UNA on Amazon
65 inches 65NANO81ANA on Amazon 65NANO85UNA on Amazon
75 inches 75NANO85UNA on Amazon

LG Nano 81 vs Nano 85 Performance

Black Level and Contrast

Contrast Black Level

Just we have mentioned above, since both of the LG Nano 85 and Nano 81 use IPS panel, this makes them have poor native contrast ratio. Nevertheless, their native contrast ratio actually is better than most IPS TVs. But even so, even though their native contrast ratio is relatively stronger than most of VA TVs, but it is still not high enough to produce deep. With around 1500:1 of native contrast ratio, the deepest possible of black level produced by them is around 0.07 nits. This certainly is not deep enough to make black look really black in a dark room. Instead of really black in a dark room, black produced by them even tend to look closer to gray. Additionally, they both may have local dimming feature, but it cannot do much to boost their contrast ratio. Even when their local dimming is enabled, their contrast ratio is relatively not change. Indirectly, this also makes them cannot produce dark shades. This makes dark scene look unnaturally. But even so, once they are set in bright room, dark scene displayed on their screen will look much better.

Winner: Draw

Peak Brightness

The LG Nano 85 can get a bit brighter than the Nano 81. With real content, if the LG Nano 81 hit around 240 nits, the Nano 85 hit around 270 nits. Meanwhile, with windows test, except on 2% windows, their peak brightness is remains consistent with varied windows where the Nano 85 hit around 300 nits while the Nano 81 hit around 270 nits. Meanwhile, on 2% window where their peak brightness is dimmed by their local dimming for minimizing blooming, both of them hit around 200 nits. With this behavior, small bright objects will be shown dimmer than larger bright object. Overall, their peak brightness is very disappointing and it is not still bright enough to fight the glare in most bright rooms. This means, they both are only suitable when used in a dim-to moderately bright room.

Keep in mind, all of these result are achieved by setting picture mode in “Expert (Dark mode)”, “Backlight” is set to “Maximum”, and “Color Temperature” is set to “Warm”. With other setting, they both may be able to get brighter, even for 2% window, they both can hit around 500 nits. But on the other hand, this will cause the image lose some accuracy.

Meanwhile, with HDR content, they both can hit brighter peak brightness than their SDR peak brightness. With real content, the Nano 81 is able to hit around 300 nits while the Nano 85 can get brighter, which is around 375 nits. Just like their SDR peak brightness, their HDR peak brightness is also relatively consistent at any window sizes, except 2% window, where they both hit around 340 nits after stabilized.  Actually, in a short time, they both can hit around 540 nits on 2% window, but it will drop quickly down to around 270 nits after it is stabilized. With this behavior, overall, their peak brightness is also disappointing for displaying HDR Content. Their peak brightness is not bright enough to show HDR images as bright they should be. Additionally, their low peak brightness on small window sizes also makes them are not able to bring out small highlight in HDR. And just like their SDR peak brightness, this peak brightness is achieved with the setting by considering picture accuracy. With other setting, they may be able to get brighter, but the picture will lose their accuracy.

Winner: Nano 85

Color Performance

Use of the LG’s NanoCell technology makes both of the LG Nano 81 and Nano 85 have good color gamut, particularly in DCI P3 color space. Its color gamut may be not as wide as Samsung’s QLED TVs, but it is still wide enough to show HDR images colorfully. In DCI P3 xy, the Nano 85 can cover around 85% while the Nano 81 covers around 82% of color space. Meanwhile, in DCI P3 uv, the Nano 81 covers around 90% while the Nano 85 covers around 90%. Although not as wide as Samsung QLED TVs, but their color gamut coverage in DCI P3 is wide enough to show most colors of HDR10 images accurately and vibrantly. On the other hand, their color coverage in Rec.2020 is only limited, particularly for the NANO 81. It can only cover around 59% in Rec.2020 xy and around 68% in Rec.2020 uv. On the other hand, the Nano 85 can covers a bit better, which is around 63% in Rec.2020 xy and around 71% in Rec.2020 uv. Although not all, but most colors of HDR images that mastered in Rec.2020 like Dolby Vision Content can still be shown fairly accurate. Meanwhile, The LG Nano 85 also has better color volume than the Nano 81. But even so, this is more due to it has wider color gamut. But in general, due to their low native contrast ratio, they both cannot produce dark, saturated colors well.

They both may don’t have native 10 bit panel. But by 10 bit dithering, they both are still able to show 10 bit shades of colors fairly well. The result, they both still can produce 10 bit HDR images with smooth color gradient. In almost all colors, there may be still some noticeable banding, but this should not be a serious problem. If you are still bothered by banding that may be visible, they both have a features called “Smooth Gradation” that can help to remove banding. But on the other hand, enabling this feature can cause some lose of fine details in certain scenes.

Winner: Nano 85 has better color gamut and volume, Nano 81 has better color gradient.

Side Viewing Angle

IPS panel

As we have mentioned above, the use of IPS panel may make them have low native contrast ratio, but on the other hand, this make them have good side viewing angle coverage. Their Side viewing angle is better than VA TVs, even if it has a special anti glare optical layer, but still worse than OLED TVs.  Just like OLED TVs, they both can prevent their black level from rising up to around 70 degrees off center and front. But even so, in maintaining color and brightness, they both are not as good as the OLED TV. On their screen, brightness will drop started at around 30 degrees off center and front while color will shift started at around 50 degrees. With this behavior, as long as you don’t watch TV from extremely side angle, the picture displayed on their screen will look remain well, not much different to when viewed from the center and front.

Winner: Draw

Motion Handling

The LG Nano 85 has bit faster pixel response time than the Nano 81. If the pixel response time of the LG Nano 81 is around 17 ms, the response time of the Nano 85 is around 15 ms. Even though not as low as the competitors, their pixel response time is actually still low enough to show fast moving images clearly and smoothly. Following fast moving object, there may be a short faint trail, but this should be hard to notice particularly for the people with untrained eyes. Meanwhile, blur that may be visible is more due to duplications that caused by their backlight flicker.

But just we have mentioned above, both special for the Nano 85, it has both 60 Hz and 120 Hz optional BFI (Black Frame Insertion) mode that can help to make motion clearer. You need to know, just like most LED TVS, they both use PWM (Pulse Width Modulation) dimming system for dimming their backlight. And the highest possible of their dimming frequency is actually same, which is 240 Hz. On the LG Nano 81, their backlight will flicker at 240 Hz when its picture mode is set in “Film Maker”, “Expert (Dark Room)” and “Expert (Bright room)”. Meanwhile, in other modes including Game mode, their dimming frequency will change to 120 Hz. This will be good for 120 HZ content, but since they both doesn’t support native 120 Hz content, this will cause some duplication, particularly when it is playing 60 fps content like sports or video games. The Note, the LG Nano 81 doesn’t have a 60 Hz BFI mode.

On the other hand, on the LG Nano 65, in most picture modes, its backlight will flicker at 240 Hz. Its flicker will change to 120 Hz is only IF it is connected to PC and the picture mode is not set in “Game “mode. Meanwhile, when it is connected to PC while picture mode is set in “Game” Mode” its backlight always flicker at 240 Hz. And as we have mentioned above, the Nano 85 has an optional BFI mode that can help to make motion clearly, particularly when it is playing 60 Hz content like sports or video games. To enable this feature, you need to set “TruMotion” to “User” and enable “Motion Pro”. Keep in mind, enabling its BFI mode will make its dimming frequency change to 60 Hz. This may be able to make motion soother, but on the other hand, this will cause its backlight flicker is more noticeable, particularly for you who sensitive to flicker.

Meanwhile, when playing 24p movies, the LG Nano 85 can do a better job than the Nano 81. On the screen of Nano 85, regardless the source of 24p movies, the images produced will look clearly with judder-free. On the other hand, the Nano 81 can shows 24p movies with judder-free only if the source is native 24p movies like DVD or Blu Ray movies or via native Apps like YouTube, Netflix, Amazon Prime, etc. Meanwhile, when the source is 24p movies via 60i like movies from satellite TV or via 60p signal like movies from streaming devices, it cannot remove the judder completely. And to remove judder completely, on both, you just need to enable “Real Cinema” in “Picture Option” page.

Winner: Nano 85

Input Lags

Both of them also have good input lags in Game Mode, but for this time, the LG Nano 81 is superior to Nano 85. With 60 fps content, regardless the resolution, the input lag of the Nano 81 is around 10 ms, which means it is great. On the other hand, with the same frame rate, the input lags of the Nano 85 are around 16 ms for 1080p resolution and 15 ms for 4K content. At 4K resolution with HDR, its input lag is even a bit higher, which is around 17 ms. Overall, regardless their difference, both of them are very responsive when used for playing 60 fps games that certainly will also please most gamers. Meanwhile, with 120 fps content, the input lags of the Nano 85 is much lower, which is around 6 ms for both 1080p and 1440p resolution. Keep in mind, the Nano 85 doesn’t support native 4K @ 120 Hz content while the Nano 81 doesn’t support any native 120 Hz content due it only has 60 Hz refresh rate panel.

Winner: Nano 81

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55 inches 55NANO81ANA on Amazon 55NANO85UNA on Amazon
65 inches 65NANO81ANA on Amazon 65NANO85UNA on Amazon
75 inches 75NANO85UNA on Amazon

Conclusion

For Watching Movies

The LG Nano 81 and Nano 85 are not good TVs for watching movies in a dark room.  As we have discussed a lot above, this is due they both have low native contrast ratio that make them cannot produce deep black. Additionally, their black uniformity is not also so good. So, when used in a dark room, black parts of images will look tend to grey than really black, makes dark scene look unnaturally on their screen. But even so, once they are set in a brighter room, dark scene will look better. Meanwhile, compare between them, the Nano 85 is a bit better than the Nano 81. It has brighter SDR peak brightness that makes movies looks more clearly in brighter room. Additionally, it also has better 24p judder handling than the Nano 81, particularly when the source is 24p movies via 60i or 60p signal like movies from satellite TV or streaming devices.

Winner: Nano 85

For Watching Sports

Both of the LG Nano 85 and Nano 81 are good TVs when used for watching sports. They both may have limited SDR peak brightness, but as long as you don’t use them in a very bright room, their peak brightness is still bright enough for dim to moderately-lit room. And combined to their good reflection handling, this makes sports look fairly bright in their screen. Additionally, they both also have good pixel response time. Even though not as low as the competitor, but their response time is still low enough to make fast paced sports looks clearly and smoothly on their screen. Not only that, they both also have good side viewing angle, allows you to watch a big game with a group of your family or friend without any issues, particularly for you who watch from the side. Meanwhile, the advantage of the Nano 85 is because it has an optional 60 Hz BFI mode. Since most sports have frame rate of 60 Hz, its BFI mode is very effective to further improve motion appearance in sport. On the other hand, since the Nano 81 doesn’t has 60 Hz BFI mode and the lowest possible frequency of its flickering pattern is 120 Hz, when playing sports with 60 fps of frame rate, this can cause some duplication.

Winner: Nano 85

Video Games

Just like for watching sports, both of the LG Nano 81 and Nano 85 are also good TVs for playing games. They both have good pixel response time that makes fast paced games looks smoothly on their screen. Their HDMI ports also already y support ALLM (Auto Low Latency Mode), make them can automatically switch to game mode once a compatible console is connected. Additionally, they both also have good input lags, allowing you to play any games responsively. The input lags of the Nano 85 may be not as low as the Nano 81, but it has some advantages on the other aspects. The support of a 60 BFI mode makes fast paced games looks smoother on its screen than on the screen of the Nano 81, particularly when they are playing 60 fps games. Additionally, it also supports VRR technology such as HDMI Forum VRR that will improve its game experience. Even with a future firmware update, the Nano 85 also supports FreeSync, the other gaming feature that compatible with its VRR technology. On the other hand, the Nano 81 doesn’t support VRR technology and any gaming features.

Winner: Nano 85

HDR Experience

Color Reproduction and color gamut becomes the only good point of the LG Nano 81 and Nano 85 when they are playing HDR content. Both of them support wide color gamut, makes them are able to show color of HDR images vibrantly the way they should in HDR. Additionally, although they both don’t have native 10 bit panel, but by dithering, they both can show color gradient of HDR images that usually has 10 bit shades of colors fairly smooth without a lot of banding. But even so, just we have mentioned above, they both cannot produce deep black, makes details in a dark scene of HDR images cannot pop. Additionally, their HDR peak brightness is also disappointing.  So, although they both already support some HDR formats, but HDR images displayed on their screen will not look much different to SDR content. Meanwhile, the advantage of the Nano 85, in addition to it has brighter HDR peak brightness, it also already support Dolby Vision and has Dolby Vision IQ. On the other hand, the Nano 81 doesn’t support Dolby Vision.

Winner: Nano 85

Summary

As we have discussed above, in general, as long as they are not used in a dark room, they both are good TVs for mixed usage, whether for watching TV shows, sports, or playing video games. Meanwhile, for watching movies in a dark room, their performance is disappointing. Additionally, even though both of them also already supports some HDR formats, just like entry level to mid-end TV,  their HDR performance is also disappointing. They both may be able to show HDR images color fully due to their wide color gamut and smooth color gradient, but their black level and HDR peak brightness is not enough to show HDR images the way they should be. Meanwhile, compare between them, the Nano 85 is better than the Nano 81 in almost all usage. So, which is a better choice between them? As we have mentioned, even though the Nano 85 has better picture quality and performance, but with the same screen size, it is sold more expensive than the Nano 81. So, the decision certainly comes back to your preferences and budget.

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LG Nano 81 LG Nano 85
49 inches 49NANO81ANA on Amazon 49NANO85UNA on Amazon
55 inches 55NANO81ANA on Amazon 55NANO85UNA on Amazon
65 inches 65NANO81ANA on Amazon 65NANO85UNA on Amazon
75 inches 75NANO85UNA on Amazon

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