LG Unveils ThinQ-Powered 2018 OLED, Super UHD TVs With AI
LG Unveils ThinQ-Powered OLED, Super UHD TVs AI Tv
The Google Assistant Integration will come with the newest OLED and SUper UHD TVs under ThinQ, Artificial Intelligence (AI) supporting brand named “LG Unveils ThinQ-Powered OLED, Super UHD TVs 2018.”
The LG OLED TVs added Alpha 9 image processor that will enhance the watching experience. The models will be showcased at CES (Consumer Electronics Show) in LAS VEGAS, next week. The new TVs called Deep ThinQ for its Leveraging Natural Language Processing (NLP) and the LG’s own deep learning technology.
LG ThinQ OLED Super UHD TV
It has an intelligent voice-activated control and connectivity, its mean that you would just need to say what you wanted to watch just say you’re desired. The smart TV will allow users to search for information, images, videos content using their own uses by the Remote Control.
The TV also helps the users bypassing instruction such “soundtrack of a movie“, or “turn off the TV with the ending of a program“. ITS expected that LG will continue to offer webOS behind the scene instead of opting for Google’s Android TV.
The new chip of the TV support High Frame Rate (HFR) at a rate of 120 FPS and come with an improved color correction algorithm which expands the reference color coordinates by seven-fold than before.
This will gives the more natural color than the previous LG TVs. LG is adding 4K Cinema HDR feature for advance HDR.
The LG ThinQ 2018 OLED, Super UHD TVs has a new combination of company Nano Cell, Full -Array local Dimming (FALD) backlighting & the ALPHA 7 processor for producing deeper blacks and enhanced colors as well as nuanced shadow details.
LG presents THE GOOGLE ASSISTANT – Enable ThinQ smart speaker first model for new AI brand in last month, its support the voice command like “OK GOOGLE, talk to LG, Switch on the air Purifier”. IN A press STATEMENT,
The president of LG’s Home Entertainment Company –BRIAN KWON Said,”At LG, our interest is in improving users lifestyle and convenience, which are 2018 TVs amply deliver, “.
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