LG Electronics announced the start of the global release of the expanded 2021 TV lineup. Featuring OLED, QNED Mini LED, and NanoCell TVs, LG’s 2021 lineup delivers a wide home entertainment product range to customers. The LG 2021 TV lineup caters to extensive consumer needs, offering various models with different prices and features. According to LG, all of its 2021 TV releases are compatible with the latest formats and standards.
LG’s 2021 TV Releases
Equipped with self-lit panels, the 2021 OLED TVs (series Z1, G1, C1, B1, A1) deliver ultra-sharp and ultra-realistic images. For the G1 series, LG said its most significant feature is the enhanced luminosity thanks to the new OLED Evo panel. Named OLED Evo, LG designed the panel technology to produce better color range quality and improve picture clarity and detail. Being the most popular LG OLED TV, the C1 series provides multiple screen size selections for sustaining differing room dimensions and customer requirements. The C1 series presents various screen sizes, from a compact 48-inch display to a massive 83-inch display.
Another 2021 LG TV release is the QNED Mini LED, which includes 8K (QNED99, QNED95) and 4K (QNED90, QNED85) units. By utilizing Quantum Dot NanoCell technology, the QNED Mini LED TVs to deliver HDR images with improved color accuracy, vibrancy, and contrast. In LG’s entire 2021 TV lineup, the NanoCell TVs put forward the most selections with 8K (NANO99, NANO95) and 4K (NANO90, NANO85, NANO80, NANO77, NANO75) models.
LG furnished every NanoCell TV unit with the NanoCell display technology, which uses nanoparticles to balance color impurities. Aside from having high-quality pictures and sound, the models support Dolby Atmos, Dolby Vision IQ, Filmmaker Mode, and HDR10 PRO.
Moreover, Intertek, a product-testing and certification company, verified the LG OLED TVs’ 100% color accuracy. In addition to the Intertek certification, TÜV Rheinland granted a low blue light certification to the OLED TVs. Safety accreditation company Underwriters Laboratories also gave the LG OLED TVs a flicker-free certification.
LG’s 2021 lineup includes the HDMI 2.1, a technology that enables an enhanced audio return channel, providing easy TV-sound system connectivity. Additionally, the premium TV lineups feature an automatic low latency mode, supporting lag-free viewing and gaming.
The South Korean electronics company enhanced most of this year’s releases with the intelligent processor Alpha 9 Gen 4 AI.2. Aside from boosting performance quality, LG’s latest processor employs deep learning to make output adjustments depending on user needs. During 2021’s first quarter, LG Electronics will start the product rollout to retailers in varying local releases.
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