LG announces nine series of 4K ULTRA HD TVs with sharper images, better colours and improved design

by Shruti Shree

LG has made an announcement that it will showcase nine series of 4K ULTRA HD TVs at CES (Consumer Electronics Association) 2015 which will be held in Las Vegas from January 6th to 9th. The new range of TVs will have a better design, excellent picture quality and they will be packed with some new advanced features. LG’s LED 4K ULTRA HD TV has a ColorPrime series which uses the Wide Colour LED or Quantum Dot technology promises extraordinary colour reproduction, greater depth, and much more lifelike images. The Quantum Dot Technology basically uses different Phosphor based LEDs to display images which are more realistic; it also increases the colour gamut of the TV by 30 percent. These TVs will also be slimmer and sleeker with very thin bezels because of the thinner cabinet depth, thanks to the Quantum Dot technology. Audio expert Harmon Kannon will be the audio partners for five of LG’s 4K ULTRA HD TVs (UC9, UB9800, UF9500, UF9400, and UF8500) which means that the sound will be deep, rich and powerful.

LG is the ahead of its archrival Samsung this time in making the announcement. It will be interesting to see if Samsung comes up with some other prime technology to give LG run for its money (or TVs?). Till 6th Jan we will have to wait.

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