Update: it turns out that LG will also release a 65" OLEDG8.
LG Electronics announced its 2018 OLED TV lineup. The company updated all of its models, except the OLEDG7 which will not get a successor in 2018. All the TVs are based on new a9 "intelligent processor" that promises better color and fast smart TV (webOS) operations - except the entry-level B8 which uses a scaled-down version of the chip.
The OLEDW8 will be LG's flagship TV for this year, a wallpaper design OLED TV which attaches to the wall using magnets - with a thin cable that connects to the sound bar and interface box. Like all the rest of the TVs, the W8 will support Google's Assistant for natural language control, Dolby Atmos, HDR and 4K HFR (120Hz).
The other new models are the OLED-on-glass OLEDE8, the basic OLEDC8 and the entry level OLEDB8. LGE did not reveal the price or release dates of these TVs, but hopefully we will have more information about LG's upcoming TVs next week from CES .