LG will showcase its latest HDR-enabled 4K TV lineup at CES 2016, held at Las Vegas. This offering will include IPS TV’s namely the 64-inch US9500 and 86-Inch UH9550. Super UHD TV line up includes 65-Inch UH8500 and 75-iNch 8550. LG will also unveil its first production ready 98-Inch 8K SUPER UHD TV, that will start shipping from 2nd half of 2016.
These TV’s are thinner than its predecessors has they have reduced gaps between panels and back cover chassis, boasting a screen depth of 6.6mm. The bezels are almost invisible, further enhances the luxury feel. LG has partnered with harman / kardon, high-end audio pioneers to develop high quality speaker system. LG has also included its new Magic Sound Tuning function that optimizes the sound output according to the users environment.
The UH9500 and UH9550 sports IPS display with True Black panels and contrast maximizers. It has more depth in contrast ratios with minimum reflections for comfortable viewing experience. Both these models use HDR plus technology to display 4K HDR Content and also features ULTRA Luminance technology that enhances contrast between bright and dark areas. Morever, HDR-compatible HDMI Ports, SDR-to-HDR conversion engines makes it possible for the views to enjoy near HDR content, even from a standard source.
These Super UHD TV’s are capable of displaying wider range of hues, shades, in-depth and real life colors using LG’s ColorPrime Plus tech. Billion rich color uses 10-bit panel and 10-bit panels, making it possible to render over one billion possible colors. They are also bundled with BT.2020 next-gen standard for broadcast and distribution.
On a quick note, the LG UH9500, UH9550, UH8500 and UH8550 – all of them features Color Prime Plus, Billion Rich colors, ULTRA Luminance, Contrast Maximizer (different design configurations).
We’re confident our newest HDR-enabled SUPER UHD TVs in 2016 will generate much excitement not in the industry, but also with consumers in general, We are the only company with a dual strategy focused on both OLED and IPS TV technologies and this is proof that we are not prioritizing one display over the other.Brian Kwon, President and CEO at LG’s Home Entertainment Company