LG to showcase QNED Mini LED TVs at CES 2021
LG claims its new TVs deliver superior brightness and contrast ratio.
LG Electronics on Tuesday said it would showcase its first-ever QNED Mini LED TVs at the upcoming CES 2021 virtual conference. The new range will be part of LG's premium TV lineup. The company will showcase as many as ten new 4K and 8K models across screen sizes (up to 86-inch) at the conference.
The company says the new TVs mark a “giant leap forward” in LCD TV picture quality as it leverages quantum dot and NanoCell technologies with Mini LEDs as the light source. The combination allows the TVs to deliver brightness and contrast ratio as compared to the traditional LCD TVs, adds LG.
“As the first TVs to combine quantum dot and NanoCell in one product, LG QNED TVs produce incredibly accurate colors while the advanced LED backlight offers better contrast and deeper blacks for images of exceptional vibrancy and realism. And with a refresh rate of up to 120Hz, these TVs render motion smoothly and more naturally,” the company said in a post.
LG also pointed out that the new panel structure on the TVs has been enhanced using the company's Mini LED backlighting.
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Revealing further specs of the Mini LED, LG says the backlighting features up to almost 30,000 small LEDs that help achieve the superior brightness. The contrast ratio is 1,000,000:1 when coupled with up to 2,500 dimming zones and an improved local dimming technology. The technology further helps the smart TVs deliver better HD image quality, colour gamut and colour accuracy, the company explains.
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“For stunningly life-like images that seem to shed the confines of the screen and enter the user's space, it's not hard to see why LG QNED Mini LED is the new LCD TV to beat,” the company adds.
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