LG Electronics today announced the launch of the World's First 4K OLED TV in India. The TVs will be available at select LG outlets with effect from today.
This unique amalgamation, christened the 4K OLED, offers 33 million color sub-pixels and self-lighting pixels for the most lifelike colors and infinite contrast ratio.
Based on LG's proprietary WRGB panel technology, the 4K OLED TV features four color pixel technology along with inbuilt Harmon Kardon sound ensures an brilliant experience.
LG 4K OLED TV - Key Features
Picture Perfect: LG's 4K OLED TV features 33 million color sub-pixels and self-lighting pixels, for the most lifelike colors.
Vivid Color and Infinite Contrast: The features that elevate this television to the next level include its vivid four color pixel technology that adds a white sub-pixel to the conventional red, green and blue pixels. The hardware also allows for ultimate contrast with independently lit pixels to control their own luminance
Sensational Sound Quality: The sound of the world-renowned Harman Kardon is incorporated in the TV.
Web OS Smart TV: This TV is equipped with the latest WebOS technology, where the launcher menu and home button options help users with easy switching of Live TV programs. Users can easily connect their smart phones to the LG smart TV, to cast their subject on the bog screen
Magic Remote: This remote has a simple point and click featurealong with a wheel for scroll function. The Voice Recognition feature installed in the remote makes the TV obey your commands. And it also acts as a Universal Control.
Mr. Howard Lee, Director-Home Entertainment, LG Indiasaid, "Once again LG has proved that it is a frontrunner when it comes to innovative technology. With the LG 4K OLED TV, we promise consumers in India the ultimate immersive cinematic experience."
He added, "Time and again we have initiated groundbreaking innovation and raised the bar not only for ourselves, but for the industry as well. This latest OLED TV underscores LG's commitment to bringing the best in home entertainment to our consumers."