LG will be unveiling its expanded line-up of 4K ultra high definition TVs at the International Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas which kicks off next week.
The new ColourPrime series will incorporate new designs, features and enhanced picture quality with even more depth and realism with new Wide Colour LED and Quantum Dot technologies.
Wide Colour LED, which will be seen for the first time at CES, uses different phosphor-based LEDS to display even more colour depth and more realistic images
Quantum Dot technology offers greater colour accuracy and an increased range of colours that can be displayed on the 4K ultra high definition screens which have four times as many pixels as a regular full high definition TV.
Also on board the new LG televisions is a new Ultra HD Upscaler algorithm that will upscale standard definition, high definition and full high definition content to 4K ultra high definition quality.
The built-in 4K High Efficiency Video Codec Decoder supports 30fps (frames per second) and 60fps 4K ultra high definition content for external devices and also support future 4K streaming services.
On the design side, the new LG range will have an ultra slim panel and cinema screen design with narrow bezel.
And it’s not just about picture quality. Five of the new LG 4K ultra high definition models will also come with a multi-channel surround sound system developed in conjunction with Harman/Kardon.
The top of the line UF9500 series will include an Auditorium Stand to reflect and direct the sound.
Under the hood is the upgraded webOS 2.0 smart TV platform with booting time reduced by 60 per cent with even easier connectivity to external devices.
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