ByLauren Soltan 2020-01-07 1182
In LG's view, although Samsung's QLED is also defined as 8K, it cannot be considered a "true 8K" if it does not exceed the minimum threshold test required by the lower limit of contrast modulation.
The eight 8K models include two 88-inch and 77-inch LG Signature OLED TVs (88 LG Signature OLED 77 OLED ZX), and 6 75Compact 65 Nano99, 75 Plus 65 Nano97, 75 Plus 65 Nano95 NanoCell LCD True 8K TVs (75 Plus 65 Nano99, 75 Compact 65 Nano95). The 8K model includes two 88-inch and 77-inch TVs (88-inch and 77-inch TVs).
LG will introduce a new third-generation Alpha9 AI processor, which is ready for all the upgrades and sharpening needed for 8K TVs and AI Sound Pro processing. In addition, the 8K series will use LG's ThinQ AI technology and a webOS software package that can handle voice control, as well as Apple AirPlay 2 and HomeKit, Google Assistant and Amazon Alexa. The price hasn't been announced yet, but it certainly won't be cheap. We can wait and see how many of these features will infiltrate cheaper products.
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