The LG TV’s S7 is the best-selling television of 2017.
That’s according to Nielsen, which said its sales rose 13.7 percent in January from a year earlier, but that’s still less than the average increase of 15 percent.
So how does it stack up to the rest of the TVs in the market?
According to a study by the Nielsen TV Ratings team, the LG TV is the only TV to outsell the PlayStation 4, Xbox One, Samsung TVs, Apple TV, Roku TVs and Amazon Fire TV in the US.
The LG TVs sales were a net gain of 2.9 million units, compared with an average increase in the entire market of 9.1 million units.
The LG TV has been a major force in the live TV landscape for a few years now, so it’s only fitting that the LG has become the most popular TV among cord-cutters.
According to the Nielsen data, the average TV user who has subscribed to the LG service has cut the cord on an average of five times over the past two years, making it one of the most widely used TV platforms.
This is not to say that the TV is a failure; it’s more that the average viewer doesn’t really understand what the TV can do, so the results are more of a reflection of the average user.
Still, the fact that it is the most successful platform in the living room has to be seen in the context of a crowded market, where cable and satellite providers have a huge advantage.
In order to compete in the TV space, LG has had to offer the most advanced technology available, but it has also been one of those companies that can’t compete with a company like Dish or Comcast in terms of sheer scale, according to Brian C. Smith, a media analyst for IHS Technology.
He told Forbes that the Samsung TVs and the LGs are much cheaper, but also offer more customization options.
“You have more options in terms a size of the screen and a color palette,” Smith said.
“If you go to Samsung, they have all the options for color options, so that’s an advantage.”
For example, the Samsung Smart TV has a 16:9 aspect ratio, but you can also customize it to fit your viewing needs.
For those who don’t care for the contrast of the 4:3 aspect ratio in the Samsungs, LG offers its own color palette, with five different options to choose from.
For those who do, the TV offers three different screen sizes, including a 27-inch and a 27.5-inch.
And there are plenty of customization options, including the ability to change the color scheme, add or remove different accessories, or even add a third screen.
While the LG TVs are the top of the line, the Vizio Vue is also one of their most popular products, Smith said, citing a study he conducted with the Nielsen unit.
The Vizio TV also offers a 4K screen, though it only offers the same colors as the LG model.
The Vue has also seen more price cuts, with the LG S7 being the most expensive model to purchase.
The Vizio is a great product, but the S6 is the more attractive TV for cord-cutting consumers, Smith added.
The S6’s smaller screen size and color options make it more appealing for those who want a compact TV, but for the average consumer who doesn’t care about the contrast and doesn’t want to buy a large TV, the S5 is the better option.
If you want to know how much the LG models are worth, it’s worth asking your local retailer, and there’s always a good chance that they’ll tell you.
A good example of that is Vizio’s online ordering service, where it shows a detailed breakdown of every TV and can also tell you how much you’ll pay for it.
The service is only available on select devices, so a user can order the LG G6, the G6 Plus, the Vue and the S8 for $1,199.99.
The best deal for the Vizios is to get it as a new TV for $4,999.99, which is almost $100 more than the LG, but a lot less than its competitors, such as the Samsung, LG and Vizio.
The cheapest option is to order it as an existing TV for only $1 and it comes with all the same features.
There’s no doubt that the Vizias are very popular among cord cutters, and the Vizion is even more popular.
But what are the other options?
The best TV is still the LG’s, which has seen tremendous success, thanks in part to the launch of the LG Ultra HD TV.
The OLED TVs, like the S4 and S6, have proven to be a strong option for those looking for a small, bright, low-cost TV, while the