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Grab this absolutely amazing 55", 4K OLED LG TV for an insane $1,200 off

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A bit of an unlikely source for a hot sale in the midst of the Amazon Prime Day gaming deals, but Dell currently has a ridiculous deal on an incredible LG TV, the OLED55C8AUA. The 55" OLED, 4K beauty is all the way down to $1,300 on Dell's digital storefront (opens in new tab) right now, a crazy discount from the MSRP of $2,500. Even though 4K TV prices have been falling off a cliff lately, this is one of the best deals we've seen on an OLED thus far. We've rounded up a full selection of Amazon Prime Day TV deals too.

This model is extremely well specced, as you'd expect for a TV that retails for $2,500. It's got a great 120Hz refresh rate (in case you want to hook your PC up to it and you've got a great gaming PC to push high FPS), HDR, 4K resolution, Dolby Atmos, and a built in processor. It also features LG's ThinQ artificial intelligence suite to help dynamically sharpen and improve image quality, and has Google Assistant built in. It can even link up with any of your Alexa devices, if you snagged something during the Prime Day blitz of cheap smart devices (opens in new tab)

There's no two ways about it: this is a really awesome TV at a frankly fairly shocking price point. If you want to grab one of these, you should jump on it immediately, as they'll likely sell through quickly.

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LG OLED55C8AUA 4K Smart TV | $1,300 at Dell (save $1,200) (opens in new tab)
A big, gorgeous 4K OLED at an absolutely massive discount. Fully kitted out with HDR support, a 120Hz refresh rate, built-in Google Assistant and a capable onboard processor, and LG's novel ThinQ artificial intelligence. Let's not mince words: this is a fantastic deal, and likely won't last long.

For some perspective on how this stacks up, check out our best gaming TVs (opens in new tab) roundup, or if you need something even cheaper, our best 4K TVs under $500 (opens in new tab).

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Alan Bradley was once a Hardware Writer for GamesRadar and PC Gamer, specialising in PC hardware. But, Alan is now a freelance journalist. He has bylines at Rolling Stone, Gamasutra, Variety, and more.