When it comes to high-tech UHD TVs, LG always keep experimenting with new technology for superior content and visual quality. This year at CES 2016, South Korean tech giant will be launching its premium HDR-enabled Super 4K UHD TV series. The brand new lineup is integrated with LG’s most advanced LCD/LED picture quality ever. Besides the flat ultra slim design, these television sets are even integrated with upgrades like HDR Plus, Color Prime enhancement and webOS 3.0 smart platform.
The Super UHD TV line for U.S. will be including UH9500, UH8500, and UH7700 models. The sizes of these models range from moderate 49-inch UH7700 up to the enormous 86-inch UH9500. Due to the HDR Plus feature, these Super UHD models can decode and display ‘High Dynamic Range’ content with highly improved brightness and contrast. Moreover, the Color Prime technology is incorporated into the televisions to deliver superior color saturation and scope.
These TV sets also feature an advance IPS display with True Black Panel and Contrast Maximiser for better picture quality. According to LG, the True Black Panel technology helps in minimizing reflections and enhances contrast ratio for better viewing. So, you’ll get amazing visualization with 90-percent more DCI-P3 color quality.
Apart from these three models, a gigantic 98-inch 8K model (UH9800) will also be launched, but more information about this particular model has not been revealed yet. LG has also not uttered a word about pricing or availability for the Super UHD sets for now. But these are presumably be available at a lower price than its expensive OLED TV series.
You can catch up these stunning Super 4K UHD TVs at LG’s booth during the International Electronics Show in Las Vegas, from January 6 to 9. Stay tuned for more news and updates from CES 2016.
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