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LG OLED TV Lineup Announced: All You Need To Know

In the CES 2021, LG has announced its new range of OLED TV. The announcement is made with various models in different sizes and across multiple product ranges. There is claimed to be 5 ranges of devices in this upcoming TVs from LG. These include A1, B1, C1, G1, and Z1 models claimed to cater to different price and feature segments.

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These TVs are being launched alongside the QNED TV range of Mini LED TVs teased a couple of weeks ago. It includes NanoCell TVs along with a new 4K OLED Monitor having a 31.5-inch display, targeted at creative professionals. This monitor also is said to cover 99 percent of the DCI-P3 and Adobe RGB color spectrum and has plenty of ports for connectivity.

LG has also announced ‘OLED Evo’, which according to the company is a new and advanced technology for OLED displays that promises better luminosity for higher brightness and what LG claims will be superior picture quality.

This new technology will be used in the LG G1 range of televisions that will come in several size options ranging from 55 inches to 75 inches.

LG OLED TV CES 2021

Coming to the software that these TVs from LG will run on, the company has said that all the new LG TVs will run on the webOS 6.0 smart TV platform. However, the new Alpha 9 Gen 4 picture processor will be used to power some models such as C1, G1, and Z1 series, some QNED models, and some NanoCell models.

This processor makes use of virtual 5.1.2 surround sound in the televisions, along with the ability to detect content genre and optimize picture quality accordingly. It also supports HDR formats up to Dolby Vision IQ. These TVs will also support Dolby Atmos.

In another announcement from the company, LG also announced that Google Stadia support will be coming to several smart TVs from the company because of integration with webOS 6.0. This won’t be coming to LG TVs until later this year, however, the company does claim that it will be the first manufacturer to support Stadia after Google’s own hardware. According to reports, GeForce Now support is also coming in the near future.

The exact launch details regarding the specifications, pricing, and availability of these products is not known yet but will be disclosed by LG in the coming months.


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