LG U+ has unveiled its latest offering, “U+tv Free 4 SE,” an IPTV service designed for in-home mobility. It is the fifth introduction of a home mobile IPTV service by LG U+.
The 12.4-inch screen, with a resolution of 2,560×1,600 pixels, provides users easy access to the full range of U+tv’s services. It includes 250 live channels, a library of 300,000 VODs (Video on Demand), and offerings like Idle Nation, U+HomeNow, and OTT.
Additionally, the device comes equipped with AKG dual speakers and Dolby Atmos technology for immersive surround sound.
LG U+’s “U+tv Free 4 SE” addresses the growing demand for flexible and comprehensive entertainment services within the home. Users can enjoy a wide variety of content and a captivating viewing experience with its large, high-resolution screen and advanced audio capabilities.
The U+tv Free 4 SE leverages Samsung Electronics’ Galaxy Tab series of tablet PCs, enhancing the user experience by offering compatibility with the S Pen, capable of detecting 4,096 levels of pressure sensitivity.
Additionally, it incorporates the DeX mode, allowing users to utilize it as if it were a desktop PC. The device has a 10,090mAh battery, a substantial 43% increase in capacity compared to its predecessor. It’s also equipped with two Wi-Fi 6 antennas, marking a first in the mobile IPTV realm in Korea.
Besides, students and office workers have the flexibility to connect a keyboard, allowing them to take their work or study sessions beyond the confines of their residence.
The U+tv Free 4 SE extends its appeal by incorporating a ‘parental control mode,’ providing a safe viewing environment for children by restricting content to Idle Nara services. Additionally, it offers an ‘eye protection mode’ that mitigates the impact of blue light from the screen, promoting worry-free viewing for kids and safeguarding their eyes.
“U+tv Free 4 SE brings the peak performance and user-friendliness to home mobile IPTVs in Korea, elevating the TV-watching experience and enabling customers to maximize the potential of their devices, even when not actively engaged with television,” stated Lee Gun-young, Head of Home Media Tribe at LG U+.
“Our commitment remains unwavering in enhancing the viewing experience for our customers and optimizing device usability,” he added.
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