LG will be coming out of the gate at full speed in 2021 when it unveiled its first QNED mini LED TV at the Virtual Consumer Electronics Show starting January 11.
This is LG’s premier product in the premium LCD TV lineup, combining quantum dot and NanoCell technology with a mini LED as a light source.
Along with advanced local dimming technology, there are up to 30,000 small LEDs that provide a 1,000,000: 1 contrast ratio in approximately 2,500 dimming zones.
The result is superior brightness, contrast and black levels that completely exceed the quality of traditional LG LCD TVs.
LG’s new mini LED TV also offers even higher HDR (High Dynamic Range) image quality and color accuracy, thanks to its excellent contrast and wide color gamut.
LG will release 10 new 4K and 8K QNED mini LED TVs in 2021 with screen sizes up to 86 inches.
The OLED will continue to be at the top end of LG’s TV range in 2021, thanks to its self-illuminating pixels and independent dimming control.
However, the LG QNED mini LED TV is another attractive option for customers.
The new panel construction, reinforced by a mini LED backlight, provides a truly immersive viewing experience within the LCD space.
In addition to the technology that combines quantum dots and NanoCell technology, advanced LED backlights provide crisp, bright images and deep black for incredible realism.
The new LGTV has a refresh rate of 120Hz for smooth and accurate rendering of movement.
Nam Ho Jun, Senior Vice President of R & D, LG’s Home Entertainment Company, said:
“These TVs offer an experience that sets them apart from other LCD TVs, demonstrating our commitment to innovation and the promotion of standards.”
The LG QNED Mini LED TV will be on display at LG’s virtual exhibition booth during CES2021.
Stay tuned to TechGuide for the latest news and announcements at the Virtual Consumer Electronics Show starting January 11th.
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