LG has announced the launch of a new line of 2020 TVs. It includes 14 OLED models, including the GX Gallery series, 8K ZX models and 4K Ultra HD models. In addition, the range of LCD TVs LG NanoCell will add 7 new models with a diagonal to 75 inches. Especially for gamers, some of the devices have high update rates and support for NVIDIA G-Sync.
Three new models in the GX Gallery series (55, 65 and 77 inches) are designed in a minimalistic style. This is achieved by using OLED panel technology, which requires no backlighting. It allows you to display high quality images on a 65-inch screen of an ultra-thin TV with a thickness of only 20 mm. There is no need to install a separate control unit. TV is mounted close to the wall like a normal picture.
LG OLED ZX Real 8K (88 OLED ZX and 77 OLED ZX) produces screen resolutions four times greater than 4K and 16 times greater than those of Full HDTVs. In addition, they meet and exceed the industry standards for 8K Ultra HD TVs set by the Consumer Technology Association. For example, 8K LG TVs were among the first to be marked as CTA 8K Ultra HD.
There are also brand new 4K OLED TVs on sale: 77″, 65″ and 55″ CX and BX models. Later this year, the 48-inch CX Series will also be available. LG NanoCell LCD TV range will be expanded with seven Real 8K models (75″ and 65″ in the Nano99, Nano97, Nano95, and 55″ Nano95 series). Like their OLED counterparts, they will all be labeled CTA 8K UHD.
Most OLED and 8K NanoCell TVs use the new α9 AI 3rd generation processor. It has improved performance and supports deep learning algorithms to improve image and sound quality.
New LG TV 2020 support the latest HDMI data protocols, including eARC and ALLM, to deliver higher quality sound without delay. 8K models from LG are capable of displaying original 8K resolution content via HDMI and USB digital inputs, and support a wide range of codecs including HEVC, VP9 and AV1 used by YouTube and other streaming platforms. 8K TVs from LG also support 8K content streaming at 60 fps.
The latest OLED models became the first TVs equipped with hardware-level calibration software.
And with support of Dolby Vision IQ and UHD Alliance Filmaker Mode, OLED TVs can show movies exactly as their creators intended. For access to content, they include support for Apple TV, Disney+, and Netflix.
LG was the first manufacturer that offers TVs with official support for NVIDIA G-Sync technology. It adapts the refresh rate of the TV to the frame rate of the connected equipment to eliminate gaps. In addition, LG’s OLED technology allows you to control individual pixels for improved picture quality, low lag input and ultra-fast response times. The OLED and NanoCell 2020 TVs support HDMI VRR. This makes them compatible with a wide range of gaming devices such as graphics cards and game consoles. In addition, LG OLED models support 120 Hz refresh rate.
This month TVs will be available in South Korea and the United States, and later in Europe and other regions.