At CES 2020 in Las Vegas LG is launching eight new 8 K TVs next week. The two are headlined by the LG Signature OLED edition, 88- and 77-inch, along with six (slightly) more affordable NanoCell LG sets that can be picked from a75- or 65-inch screen.
These models will be decked out with the latest hardware the manufacturer has to offer, including its state-of-the-art Alpha 9 Gen 3 A.I. processor. LG says it is much more advanced than its predecessor, because it has all the necessary skills to convert Full HD into a 8 K Ultra HD resolution.
Designed with the future in mind, the Alpha 9 supports all the latest codecs, such as HEVC and AV1 the latter of which is used by major streaming services like YouTube. This means the 8K TVs can theoretically stream 8K Ultra HD at 60 frames per second, so long as there’s an internet connection fast enough to fuel it.
“LG is committed to providing consumers with an outstanding viewing experience, said Hyoung-sei CEO of LG Home. “With LG 8K OLED and NanoCell TVs, customers can know they are getting future-proofed products that deliver mesmerizing picture quality regardless of the format.”
LG’s new 8 K TVs sports an amazing webOS system that provides access with a single click to all leading streaming services and easy navigation voice control.