A quick look at Consumer Reports TV Ratings will show we're fans of LG OLED TV technology—LG OLED sets now top our Ratings in the two largest size categories. Today at CES 2016, the company unveiled four new OLED series, including new flagship G6 models that will be offered in 65- and 77-inch screen sizes. They will be part of a new LG Signature premium series that will cross product categories, including TVs and major appliances.

LG expects the 65-incher, which will arrive in late February, to be among the first ultra-high-definition TVs to get certified to use the new Ultra HD Premium logo on its packaging. LG isn't announcing any pricing here at the show, but is instead waiting until closer to when the products actually ship to stores.

Befitting their flagship status, the LG OLED G6 sets are loaded with features, including robust support for high-dynamic-range video, which really pops off the screen because there's an increased difference between the brightest and darkest images the TV can produce. The new TVs will support both the new SMPTE (HDR 10) standard that most of the industry has just rallied around, and the alternative Dolby Vision HDR technology. They will also support wider color gamuts.

Sets in the G6 and E6 series are super-slim, as well—just 2.57mm, or less than 1/10th of an inch deep—at their thinnest sections, and feature a design LG calls a picture-on-glass-design with very minimal bezels. 

The main difference between the two series is that while both feature sound bar bases, the G6 is even slimmer at its thickest point as all the TV's components—connections, amplifier, and speakers system—are housed in a forward-facing sound bar-style base. On the E6 they're located in a slightly deeper bump-out on the back of the panel. Also, the G6 sound bar base can swivel flat for wall mounting, so that the speaker array previously on top of the stand now faces outward.  

Just below these models will be new C6- and B6-series models, offered in 55- and 65-inch screen sizes. The only difference between these two models is that the C6 sets have curved screens, while the B6 models sport flat screens. LG will also be carrying over the 55-inch 55EG9100, a 1080p OLED set, it introduced last year.

All of LG's 4K OLED TVs include the company's updated webOS 3.0 smart TV platform.

We're looking forward to checking out these new OLED UHD TVs in our labs as soon as they become available, and find out if they'll continue to top our TV Ratings (available to subscribers). We'll also be checking out LG's new Super UHD LCD-based sets, which it claims are the best LED LCD TVs it has ever made.