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LG announces its new 2024 AI-enhanced range of OLED TVs at CES

LG has announced its 2024 OLED TV line-up at the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas which is powered by the brand new Alpha 11 AI processor which enhances picture and audio quality and creates personalised experiences.

The latest LG Signature OLED M4 and LG OLED G4 are equipped with the new Alpha 11 AI processor and have improved brightness and quality.

LG has also upgraded its QNED and QNED Mini-LED TV televisions with AI Picture Pro delivery improved picture quality based on deep learning.

The new Alpha 11 AI processor offers a four-fold improvement in AI performance, a 70 per cent improvement in graphic performance and 30 per cent jump in processing speed compared to the previous model.

What this brings to the table is improved AI upscaling with pixel level analysis for even sharper images.


“Bolstered by a class-leading OLED TV and impressive QNED line-up, LG continues to assert its dominance in the premium TV market with the promise of the best possible customer experience through a distinguished selection of content and services available on the company’s webOS smart TV platform,” said Park Hyoung-sei, president of the LG Home Entertainment Company.

The new flagship is the LG Signature OLED M4 which is now completely wireless and now available in a 65-inch option all the way up to the huge 97-inch model.
With the Zero Connect Box there is no more output cable to clutter the area near the TV with audio and video wirelessly transmitted to the TV at up to 4K 144Hz so it maintains the high-level of performance customers expect from LG’s OLED TVs.

AI Sound Pro comes into play to enhance audio quality through the built-in speakers with virtual 11.1.2 virtual surround sound and clearer dialogue.

And the LG OLED TVs continue to be ideal for gamers thanks to the impressive 4K 144Hz refresh rate and HDMI 2.1 features.

Also onboard is Game Optimiser so gamers can easily adjust their settings and display presets for various gaming genres.

There’s also support for NVIDIA G-SYNC and AMD FreeSync for a true-to-life experience.

The latest version of LG’s webOS will allow users to create up to 10 different profiles with the TV able to recognise a person’s voice and activate that profile.

Having your own profile means the members of your household won’t affect your personalised recommendations.

LG will now allow users of the 2022 range and onwards of OLED and QNED TVs to upgrade to the latest version of webOS.

The software makes it possible to connect with other smart products in your home that support the Matter platform which provides simpler interoperability.

The new LG TVs have a range of accessibility features which makes it possible for people with a disability to talk to their TV to change settings like volume and brightness with their voice rather than using the physical remote control or navigating a complicated menu system.


The LG QNED TVs have Quantum Dot and NanoCell colour technologies under the hood with enhanced colour reproduction.

The LG QNED Mini LED TV QNED90 model has precision dimming technology for even more accurate backlight control for improved contrast and superior brightness.

They come in sizes from 43-inch, 50-inch, 55-inch, 65-inch, 75-inch and 86-inch screens.

“The LG 2024 LG QNED TV line-up takes the viewing experience to a whole new level with an advanced processor that enables outstanding audio-visual experiences across various screen sizes, while also providing a personalized user experience tailored to each individual’s unique lifestyle and preferences,” said Baik Seon-pill, head of the LG Home Entertainment Company’s Product Planning Division.

“We remain committed to delivering an unparalleled customer experience, drawing upon our decade-long expertise with webOS.”