LG has recently launched its latest 25 LG TVs on 16th July 2018. These 25 TVs are under different categories like OLED, Super UHD, UHD and Smart TVs. These 25 new TV sets are furnished with Alpha 7 and Alpha 9 processors. All 25 TVs are based on the company’s ThinQ Artificial Intelligence platform. LG is one of the first major technology companies to involve Artificial Intelligence platform.
Rishi Tandon, who is Business Head-FPD, LG Electronics India, said “Last year, we extensively improved our market share in the smart TV segment” and this year, The Company is targeting India’s TV segment with its latest range of AI-powered smart TVs.
LG TVs Feature and Specs
“Younchul Park” who is Director of Home Entertainment of LG Electronics said that, “Artificial intelligence is definitely the road ahead for all our future products. We hope that AI-based LG TVs is in improving the user lifestyle and convenience.”
Artificial intelligence is surely the key drivers for all LG Electronics future products. LG ThinQ AI’s come with smart features like voice control, webOS support, and mobile Connection overlay, as well as supports Dolby Atmos surround sound.
The all new range of LG TVs has a “magic remote” control that’s dubbed Remote. It lets you point, click, universal control, scroll, and use voice commands. LG ThinQ AI’s primary feature is voice control powered by Natural Language Processing (NLP).
The LG Company said that users can directly speak into the remote to control TV functions for discovery and playing content. The television also furnished with over 800+ voice commands which work even without internet connectivity. These TVs understand fixed voice commands as well as the intent of query before providing a search result. LG ThinQ AI also comes with ‘Mobile Connection Overlay’ features which allow users to view the same content on their both smartphones and the TV displays simultaneously.
Connecetivity and UI
Users can also access Google Drive and Google photos on LG TV with help of cloud photos and videos app. The LG TVs support two-way Bluetooth feature to connect their smartphones with the television to listen to music and allow to listen to the TV audio wireless audio device. These televisions support the full palette of HDR, including Dolby Vision, advanced HDR by Technicolor, HDR10 Pro, and HLG Pro.
LG’s OLED TV range comes with the Alpha 9 processor. It integrates noise reduction features, improved color correction algorithm, and is designed to support high frame rate for producing smoother and clearer motion images for fast-action content such as sports and action movies. LG’s Super UHD TV range supports Alpha 7 processor. It comes with full array dimming, which enables the backlighting zones with full density in the whole display, in contrast to the edge-lighting where the backlight is located on the sides behind the TV panel.
The company claims that the range of this tv’s supports Nano Cell Display revealing a billion life-like colors, 64 times richer than conventional TV. Both 2018 OLED and SUPER UHD TV range come with 4K Cinema HDR, ThinQ AI and support Dolby Atmos object-based surround sound for enhancing the audio as well.
All range of AI-based LG TVs price start from Rs 32,500 (32-inch) and goes on till Rs 29,49,990 (77-inch) in India.
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