A week ago, the South Korean electronics company LG announced their CineBeam Laser 4K Projector which is said to be revealed at CES 2019 in Las Vegas. Now the LG electronics has introduced their 2019 range of flagship TVs with ThinQ AI. The new TV range will be powered by LG’s second-generation Alpha 9 Gen 2 intelligent processor with a deep learning algorithm. The TV line-up is said to be revealed at CES 2019 along with the CineBeam Projector.
There are 4 TVs in LG’s 2019 OLED ThinQ AI Television line-up, Z9, W9, E9, and C9. All of these models will have access to artificial intelligence across multiple platforms including Amazon Alexa and Google Assistant. Users will be able to register their voice in order to control various smart home appliances directly from the TV through LG’s intuitive Home Dashboard.
The most expensive among these would be the LG Z9 TV which will be an OLED Tv with 8K resolution. The 8K resolution will help in rendering a sharp and smooth cinematic experience.
LG’s second-generation Alpha 9 Gen 2 intelligent processor will adapt the brightness of the TV according to the light in the room through its ambient light sensor. The processor will also be able to refine HDR content for better viewing experience and optimize the audio output to give a 5.1 surround sound feel.
The latest processor from LG will also power LG’s 2019 range of premium LCD TVs including the 75-inch LG SM99 8K LCD TV. The new range of LCD TVs will come under the name of NanoCell TV after the name of NanoCell technology which will be used to power the TVs. The NanoCell technology will enable the TVs to provide crisp and vivid images at all viewing angles.
All LG 2019 Tv line-up will come with HDMI 2.0 for a faster frame rate of up to 120fps. This will result in a smoother and clearer motion and would provide vivid experience for fast-paced contents such as action movies or games. LG’s flagship TVs will also include Dolby Atoms for greater sound quality.