LG delivers ‘Real 8K’ in 2020 with eight new OLED and LCD TVs

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As we move towards the CES 2020, most of the companies started teasing their flagship products that will be unveiled at the CES 2020. In the same trend, LG has also unveiled some hints about its new top of the line TVs for 2020 without mentioning prices or release dates. The company teases that it will be launching 8 new models that it says promise “Real 8K” performance that “exceeds” the CTA’s spec for 8K.

As touted by the company, those eight models include two LG Signature OLED sets in 88-inch and 77-inch sizes (88/77 OLED ZX) as well as six of its NanoCell-branded LCD televisions (75/65 Nano99, 75/65 Nano97, 75/65 Nano95) in 75- and 65-inch sizes.

In terms of getting 8K content, they can handle YouTube’s preferred AV1 codec as well as HEVC and VP9, 8K inputs from USB or HDMI, and finally, 8K 60FPS via streaming as well as 8K 60P via HDMI which is first of its kind product that supports such high-quality content.

For flawless functionality of these TVs,  LG is bringing a new third-gen version of its Alpha9 AI processor, which of course is ready to do all the upscaling and sharpening necessary for its 8K TVs, as well as AI Sound Pro processing.

The 8K lineup also features LG’s ThinQ AI tech, with a webOS software package that can handle voice control, plus Apple AirPlay 2 and HomeKit, Google Assistant and Amazon Alexa. As of now, there is no declaration on price and availability but is expected to be unveiled soon by the company.

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