Electronics unveiled its 2016 line of 4K HDR-enabled OLED TVs at the Consumer Electronics Show (CES) in Las Vegas last month, and this is what we have to report…
Say hello to the LG G6.
It comes in 65-inch to 77-inch models with flat and curved variations to tickle anyone’s fancy.
The new LG G6 features HDR Pro, with an even more increased contrast ratio and color range. In fact, this TV is expected to be among the first to be certified as “Ultra HD Premium” which means it has met stringent performance requirements set by the UHD Alliance. Criteria include: resolution, peak luminance, black levels, wide color gamut, and audio quality to name a few.
However, the most striking difference is in its appearance.
The LG G6 series is the first TV to display OLED resolution on an elegant, stunningly slim glass panel. This unique Picture-On-Glass design is only possible with OLED technology and is ultra-thin, measuring just 2.57 millimeters (one-tenth of an inch), with a translucent glass back.
It also comes equipped with a unique sound bar speaker system attached to the base of the screen and developed in partnership with high-end audio pioneer harman/kardon®. The LG G6 features front-firing sound bar speakers with direct sound forward, unlike downward-facing speakers found on many other thin TV models. This gives you cleaner, more detailed audio without distortion or reflection.
The new LG G6 made quite an impression at CES, and we’re excited to hear your thoughts on it as well. Let us know in the comments below.
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