The company has unveiled the first details of the 2019 series.
Prior to CES 2019, LG has announced several new OLED and LCD ThinQ TV models, including an 88-inch 8K OLED and a 75-inch 8K LCD.
LG's 2019 flagship OLED range will consist of the series 8K Z9 and 4K W9 4K E9 and 4K C9 series TVs. All monitors will use the company's new Alpha 9 Gen 2 processor. Thanks to the processor's deep learning algorithm, the kits will optimize image and sound quality based on the source content being played along with the ability to adjust the tone map curve and screen brightness to better match ambient light conditions in a user's room. Likewise, Dolby's latest image innovation will also allow the TVs to configure the Dolby Vision content for varying ambient light as well.
In addition, the 88-inch 8K Z9 model will have even higher machining capacities to offer 8K upscaling. And without video, an intelligent algorithm can also be used to encourage dual channel audio for virtual 5.1
Meanwhile, the company's α9 Gen 2 processor will also be incorporated into its flagship 75-inch SM99 8K NanoCell LCD TV . The new NanoCell brand will also apply to the SM8X 4K LCD TV series and emphasizes the display's use of NanoCell extended color (NanoColor) technology, wide-angle (NanoAccuracy) and ultra-narrow thin fittings (NanoBezel) ).
And in the case of AI services, the 2019 ThinQ TV will again have built-in Google Assistant functionality, along with recently added support for Amazon Alexa. HDMI 2.1 ports will also be implemented on all 2019 OLED TVs and select NanoCell TVs, offering high-speed (HFR) 120 fps playback and enhanced audio output (eARC) channels. Similarly, game functions such as variable refresh rate (VRR) and automatic low latency mode (ALLM) will also be supported.
Prices and availability for LG's 2019 display is not yet announced, but more details are expected to be announced at CES 2019 in Las Vegas from January 8 to January 11.
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