LG QNED Mini LED 8K TV with 120Hz going to launch at CES 2021Updated: January 27, 2021 12:32
The new smart tv is coming from LG named LG QNED Mini LED TVs. These smart tv will be going to launch at a virtual CES 2021 event. This exciting news is officially announced by the company officials today. These TVs will be going to the first consumer-centric range of mini-LED 8K Smart TVs from the South Korean tech giant company LG. These TVs will be available in multiple sizes and resolutions maximum to 86 inches and 8K individually. This new display technology will also connect the quantum dot, LG's NanoCell technologies, and these TVs will be the most premium series of smart tv from the company. These latest technology TVs will be available for users after they are launched officially at CES 2021 event.
This smart TVs lineup uses mini-LED technology as the light source, with 30,000 tiny LEDs that illuminating the display from inside. As mentioned by the company officials that couples with a quantum dot layer and LG's exclusive NanoCell technology from which LG promises their users a premium viewing experience. These days television experience for the users is going better with the low price also.
According to the company officials, ten variants will be introduced in the QNED TV series, including resolutions varying from Ultra-HD to 8K, and sizes reaching up to 86 inches. The company also states that these TV series will support refresh rates of 120Hz, which may enhance the gaming experience of gamers if they want to play PS5 or Xbox, 2,500 local dimming zones, and support of HDR videos. The LG comes with a flagship 86-inch 8K QNED TV display technology at the CES 2021 event that starts from 11th January 2021 and this event will be the online event because of Corona Virus COVID-19.
This new range of LG TVs goes next to Samsung TVs, which was revealed by the company size 110-inch MicroLED TV. While the MicroLED display technology of Samsung is rated above the mini-LED technology of LG. Taking about the worth of mini-LED TVs are lesser and also more affordable to manufacture at a smaller size, which makes more consumer-friendly technology. But both the MicroLED and mini-LED technologies are based on LCDs and are supposed to serve as choices to OLED technology, which is currently the most premium technology of TVs in the recent markets.
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