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LG Releases 27 New 8K And 4K TV Models To Kickstart Its 2020 Range

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During this period of isolation, more people are watching TV and also buying TVs! Getting in on the action, LG has released 27 new models including Real 8K OLED; 4K OLED; NanoCell 8K and 4K and 4K UHD models. The focus has been placed particularly on OLED and NanoCell (premium LED).

Home isolation has resulted in people streaming as many as four apps to cater to viewing and there’s more than 12.2 million Australians with Netflix and 1.8 million local viewers on Disney+. And upper most in mind is ensuring they get a good experience.

The LG range provides users with a wide range of your favourite apps and streaming services like Netflix, Disney+, Apple TV+, Spotify, and more. To make the experience second to none, Dolby Vision gives you the best viewing experience on the market, and LG TVs are giving users up to 1057 titles in high-quality Dolby Vision.

OLED range – the power of self-lit pixels

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  • LG OLED BX – 4K
  • LG OLED CX – 4k
  • LG OLED GX – 4k
  • LG Signature OLED ZX – Real 8K

NanoCell Range – real colour

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  • NANO80 – 4K
  • NANO86 – 4K
  • NANO91 – 4K
  • NANO95 – Real 8K
  • NANO99 – Real 8K

Dolby Vision IQ makes your TVs smarter and adaptable to any situation. It recognise lighting and cures HDR that looks too dark; intelligently adjusting the picture to make the experience as good as it can be. Users can also easily link their apple products with ttheir TVs via Apple AirPlay to stream whatever is on their phone to their big screen.

These additions make the LG range perfect for the movie lovers, sports fans and avid gamers. Whether it be for jumping into the action and emotion of cinematic experiences, setting the ambiance of big sporting matches or getting lost in your gaming. Features like Dolby Vision IQ, FILMMAKER MODE and NVIDIA G-SYNC make the viewing and sound experience unrivalled.

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Tony Brown, Marketing Manager for Home Entertainment at LG Electronics Australia said, “With LG 8K OLED and NanoCell 8K TVs, customers will be set up for the future, but even now they can upscale content to near 8K formats.”

And although the range will be expensive, LG see it as a demonstration of the future; a showcasing of what the technology is capable of producing.

The first new range of OLED 8K, 4K OLED Gallery, 4K OLED and NanoCell 8K models are set to roll out this month. NanoCell 4K and UHD 4K is available now.

For more details on the 2020 range of TV products please refer to the Fact Sheet below or visit http://www.lg.com/au.

Emeric Brard

Written by Emeric Brard

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