As most of the brands are lining up for launching their AI based OLED & Super UHD TVs now, so taking the competition one step further LG has also announced its brand new member to the family. The company launched its all new OLED & Super UHD TVs that falls under the ThinQ AI supporting brand, that will be showcased during the CES 2018 in Las Vegas, this week. These newer models also has the Google Assistant integration module alongside its Elecronic Program Guide in order to deliver real time data. This will also enable the users to operate the system through voice commands.
LG Unveiled Google Assistant Based, ThinQ Powered, OLED & Super UHD TVs
In the near future LG seems to be planning the upliftment of the present TV viewing experience but while continuing to offer the webOS integration from inside. These newly announced Smart TVs from LG will be based on the LG’s very own Deep Learning Technology commonly named as Deep ThinQ & its Natural Language Processing too for enabling the an Intelligent Voice Activated control & faster connectivity.
These will also enable the users to search for their desired contents like videos & images, or pass on some other instructions remotely in addition to the Google Assistant controls. As the President of LG’s Home Entertainment Company i.e Brian Kwon said:
At LG, our interest is in improving user lifestyles and convenience, which our 2018 TVs amply deliver,” “LG is continually seeking to innovate in home entertainment and LG ThinQ along with the a (Alpha) 9 processor will deliver a TV viewing experience that is unrivalled in the industry.
While executing the plan of bringing up its 2018 TV models LG in order to produce deeper blacks and enhanced colours as well as nuanced shadow details, these models would be combining the brands Nano cell, Full-Array Local Dimming (FALD) backlighting, and the Alpha 7 processors.
According to the sources, LG has been also involved in the development of next generation LG OLED TVs that will have an Alpha 9 Image processor for excellent watching experience & this new advancement is expected to be seen in the 2018 OLED TVs. As this new chip is said to be supporting high frame rate (HFR) at a rate of 120 frames per second and is expected to come with an improved colour correction algorithm that expands the reference colour coordinates by seven-fold than ever, so that will surely help to deliver more natural colours that were available on the LG TVs ever before.
The company has also added its 4K Cinema HDR feature to the newer OLED & Super UHD TVs in combination with the Advanced HDR for making the viewing experience even more superior & at the same time compatible with the Dolby Vision, HDR10 & HLG while Dolby Atmos object-based surround sound support will extend the superiority in listening experience too.
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