LG Electronics has expanded its presence in the OLED TV market with 14 new models, including the new family
NanoCell 8K and the new Gallery series.
The new ones
OLED and NanoCell TVs that LG has presented in the framework of
CES 2020 They are designed to offer image quality, design and performance along with the support of artificial intelligence (AI) through the Alpha 9 Gen 3 processor.
This processor uses AI algorithms to further improve image quality and allow specific features for various types of content, including movies, games and sports.
The new Gallery series stands out for its design, with minimal thickness: the 65-inch model is only 20 millimeters. Together with an integrated wall bracket, these 55, 65 and 77-inch models are completely flush with the wall, to "transform the OLED into a work of art," as they have pointed out from the company.
It is a design similar to Samsung's Frame.
The 4K UHD models of the GX Gallery series join the LG OLED WX series (ultra-thin 77 and 65-inch models) and LG Signature OLED R (65RX model), whose design seeks integration into the home.
In addition to offering new 4K UHD series models (CX, BX models) in 77, 65 and 55 inches, LG has introduced a new format in OLED: 48 inches. This 4K UHD TV (OLED48CX model) reproduces a sharper image quality with more than 8 million pixels on the screen, comparable to that of a 96-inch 8K TV.
The company has also expanded its 8K equipment portfolio, with LG Signature OLED 8K 88 and 77 inches, 88/77 OLED ZX models and LG NanoCell range with 75/65 models Nano 99, Nano 97 and Nano 95. All of them meet the requirements of 8K Ultra HD of the Consumer Technology Association (CTA).
Best cinematic and gaming experience
LG OLED 2020 TVs offer "new levels of realism", with the combination of OLED technology with Dolby Vision IQ and the new Filmmaker mode.
Filmmaker mode It has the backing of the main directors of Hollywood, as LG has emphasized, with which it manages to replicate the original vision of the director. To do this, it disables certain editing effects (such as motion smoothing, noise reduction and sharpness) while preserving the correct aspect ratios, colors and frame rates.
On the other hand, and with the players in mind, LG has announced that expanding the
NVIDIA G-SYNC support 12 OLED TVs to provide a gaming experience without screen breaks or other distracting items.
In addition, the new LG OLED TVs feature the HGiG HDR Mode of the Gaming Interest Group, so that players can enjoy high quality images for HDR games. The Eye Comfort Display certification, from the international Rheinland TV test laboratory, verifies that these televisions offer adjustment capability for blue light content, are flicker-free and provide exceptional image quality from any angle.
. CES 2020: LG bets on 8K screens and a 48-inch OLED 4K – LA NACION