LG’s OLED TVs are definitely some of the best in the market already, but their new OLED TV features an all new, ultra-minimalistic, almost bezel less design that is also one of the thinnest, at just 2.57mm. The glass back and front, along with the sound bar integrated into the base of the TV do make it look really neat.
The television is also one of the most advanced televisions on the market. First of all, the OLED panel allows for the deepest blacks and the most vibrant colours, as we’ve already seen on previous OLED TVs. LG takes this a step further by adding HDR to it, i.e. Higher Dynamic Range that allows for better contrasts and more life like images. LG also announced that its OLED TV is certified UltraHD-Premium by the UHD Alliance and features Dolby Vision - a technology used in film production and in theatres. Basically, LG has produced a screen that can display 1 Billion colours for your eyes to see.
The TV will go on sale this year, along with the rest of the Signature lineup.
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