LG Electronics says it will be playing a major role in the future of TV evolution in areas of innovation, picture quality, and Artificial Intelligence.
The electronics manufacturer said it had taken a lead in the adoption of Artificial Intelligence in the introduction of some of the best TVs with high-quality resolution.
According to General Manager, Home Electronics Division at LG Electronics West Africa, Mr. Vanjamin Kim, “Life’s about more than having the latest technology. It’s about the experiences technology creates. Beyond technology, the picture quality of our TV is second to none. We are a pacesetter in the industry and we will continue to deliver consumer electronics that let you embrace life and prepare you for its greatest moments.
“LG Electronics designs consumer electronics that are intuitive, responsive and energy efficient so you can spend wisely, be more productive and lessen the impact on the world around you. We’re committed to providing electronics that work best for the way you live and to keeping you updated with the latest technological advances. After all, life’s better when you’re prepared.
“LG guarantees memorable, cinematic viewing sessions with LG 8K OLED TV and 8K NanoCellTV that feature Cinema HDR, encompassing support for Dolby Vision and Advanced HDR byTechnicolor up to 4K and HLG and HDR 10 up to 8K. LG’s first Ultra Short Throw (UST) 4K UHDCineBeam Laser projector produces amazingly sharp and large-scale images”, he said.
Most recently, LG’s mainstream OLED TV line-up which include the B9, C9, E9 and W9 (wallpaper) ranges have become some of the most-sought after TVs.
LG B9 and C9 come with a slim design without distinctive design elements, whereas E9 has a glass design and W9 has the special wallpaper design with a separate electronics box that doubles as a sound bar with Dolby Atmos. This makes the actual W9 screen extremely thin.
The company said that it is planning to increase its focus on large-format TVs as market data reveals that consumers have a big appetitive for 70″+ TVs. In this segment, LCD TVs rule as they are much more affordable.
With plans in top gear to introduce HDMI 2.1 in its high-end TVs, LG is also partnering with other global companies to disrupt the market with hi-tech innovations. The company is partnering with Apple, Google, Alexa among others to further enrich customer experience.
LG AI TVs are the first with the Google Assistant and Alexa, using LG ThinQ AI technology to become the center for your connected home. The Airplay 2 support coming by way of Apple also enables streaming of iTunes movies and TV shows.