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LG reveals impressive new OLED evo TV range with improved brightness

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LG has kicked off the 2021 virtual CES by unveiling an exciting new range of OLED, Mini LED and Nanocell TVs which offer even greater brightness and colour accuracy.

The company started its CES press event with a number of advanced and concept products designed to make users lives more comfortable, convenient and enjoyable.

Under the theme “Life is ON – Make Yourself at Home”, LG outlined a number of advanced products.

LG gave the world the first look at its rollable phone project which has a unique resizable screen to suit what we’re doing and the content you’re consuming.

This concept product is a look into the future of what smartphones may deliver for customers.

Another product influenced by the COVID pandemic is the new LG CLOi robot that uses ultraviolet light to clean high touch and high traffic areas such as hotel rooms and restaurants.

LG 2021 TV LINE-UP

LG also revealed its impressive premium TV line-up which includes OLED, QNED Mini LED and Nanocell TVs.

OLED is still the flagship technology for LG but this year it is even better.

The new LG G1 series features OLED evo which delivers improved brightness and clearer more realistic images.

The LG OLED evo TV

While OLED is a superior TV technology, its only weakness is it can’t match the brightness of an LED panel so the improvement in luminosity with the OLED evo is a big deal.

The LG C1 series of OLED TVs will also be available in a wide range of sizes from the 48-inch version which has been favoured by avid gamers all the way up to the new 83-inch model.

All of the 2021 range of LG TV’s will be powered by the intelligent Alpha 9 Gen 4 AI processor.

It will be included on the newest LG OLED TV models in the Z1, G1 and C1 series, the LG QNED Mini LED TV models (QNED99 and QNED95)and LG Nanocell TV models (NANO99 and NANO99).

The Alpha 9 Gen 4 Processor uses deep learning to improve upscaling so content of any quality looks even better on the larger displays.

One new feature is AI Picture Pro which can recognise onscreen objects like faces and bodies and even distinguish between foregrounds and backgrounds and process each object independently to make them look three dimensional and life-like.

The A9 Gen 4 Processor can even detect content genres and further optimise the picture quality, amount of light in scenes and the ambient conditions to suit what you’re watching.

And it’s not just about picture.

The LG AI Sound Pro has two big improvements for 2021 including virtual 5.12 surround sound upmixing to deliver even more immersive audio through the TV’s built-in speakers.

And Auto Volume Levelling ensures a consistent volume especially when switching between channels or streaming apps – a problem that can be really annoying for viewers.

All of the new LG 2021 TV’s will have the updated web OS 6.0 smart TV platform which includes a redesign home screen and performance improvements for faster access to apps and your favourite content.

LG is not resting on its laurels when it comes to its OLED TV quality.

The company has improved the self-lit pixel technology In its 2021 range of TVs which offer the deepest blacks and have been certified as having 100 per cent colour fidelity by global product testing agency Intertek.

LG’s OLED TVs are also highly attractive to both console and PC gamers and are equipped with features such as Game Optimizer which includes a 1ms response time, low input lags and four HDMI 2.1 ports.

Game Optimizer is also featured in LG 2021 web OS TVs including QNED Mini LED and Nanocell TVs as well.

The TVs can automatically apply the best picture settings according to the type of game being played.

It can also distinguish whether it’s a first person shooter, role-playing or real-time strategy title.

The TVs offer stutter and tear free images and are also G sync compatible, have support for FreeSync Premium and also feature variable refresh rate (VRR) – and all of this can be managed within the Game Optimizer.

LG has also expanded the number of TVs with HDMI 2.1 support along with enhanced audio return channel (eARC) and automatic low latency mode (ALLM).

“Our commitment to raising the industry bar and increasing value for consumers are both clearly evident in the 2021 LG OLED TV lineup,” said Park Hyoung-sei, president of the LG Home Entertainment Company.

“Featuring LG OLED evo, our most advanced panel technology yet, our newest OLED TVs are in a league of their own, delivering another level of viewing experience we feel confident in saying is second to none.”