LG launches a range of 8K TVs

LG Electronics USA used the CEDIA Expo as a launching pad for its new offerings, the world’s first 8K OLED TV and the LG 8K NanoCell TV.

The 88-inch 8K OLED and the 75-inch 8K NanoCell were designed to exceed industry standards for measurement in the Information Display Measurements Standard.

The OLED 8K delivers 8K Ultra HD resolution and comes with an integrated 80W speaker system for powerful sound.

The 8K NanoCell LED TV combines its 8K picture with impressive colour, contrast and detail. Nano Colour filters out impurities to enhance colour reproduction while advanced Full Array Local Dimming Pro technology controls the TV’s backlighting for greater contrast.

Both TVs feature 8K upscaling and improved noise reduction. They also use deep learning technology to access an extensive database, enabling it to recognise source quality and optimise any kind of content.

The TVs are also WiSA Ready3 for wireless home theater with uncompressed 16-bit audio on up to 5.1 channels. Both also feature Cinema HDR, encompassing support for Dolby Vision, HDR 10, HLG and Advanced HDR by Technicolour up to 4K and HLG and HDR up to 8K.

The TVs are also compatible with low latency mode (ALLM), variable refresh rate (VRR) and enhanced audio return channel (eARC).

LG USA head of home entertainment product marketing Tim Alessi says: “Over the past six years, LG has led the rise of OLED TV to the absolute pinnacle of the TV world in terms of picture quality, design and innovation. Today, LG elevates OLED TV to yet another level with the debut of the world’s first 8K OLED TV and in the largest OLED screen size to date.

“Even more importantly, we’re delivering real 8K across LG OLED and NanoCell models in a way that consumers will be able to truly see the stunning detail that 8K resolution delivers.”

 

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