LG 88Z9 – The First 8K OLED TV
During the event of CES 2019, LG launched the world’s first 8K OLED TV with various mesmerizing features. This upcoming 8K OLED TV named as LG 88Z9 has a resolution of 7680 x 4320 pixels along with 88 inches of an OLED display. The tech giant LG has already placed this TV up for pre-order in South Korea and is ready to release in North America along with Europe in the third quarter of 2019. The price of this amazing 8K OLED TV is yet to be announced by the company.
8K is the next big thing on TV, and LG is introducing it for the first time with a massive 88 inches of a screen having over 33 million pixels on the screen. This amazing OLED TV is also rumored to be having the support of HDR along with the Dolby Vision formats. The detail levels of this upcoming 8K OLED TV are really incredible as it has an extra bit of resolution which helps the users to enjoy pictures with a greatly enhanced sense of depth with large scale. According to the rumors, this LG’s 8K OLED TV is included with the support of HDMI 2.1 which allows the viewers to enjoy the 8K content with 60 frames per second. It is also expected to get the support of variable refresh rate (VRR), automatic low latency (ALLM) and enhanced audio return channel (eARC).
This upcoming 8K OLED TV is rumored to be included with an eye-catching design along with a new silver cabinet floor stand, where you can place all of your source equipment. Despite its enormous screen, it still manages to look amazingly thin along with the majority of its beautifully polished rear side. This upcoming LG 88Z9 is expected to be having an 8K ultra HD resolution, that includes four times more pixels than 4K and 16 times the number of pixels as full HD.
Despite the fact, that there are not much 8K content exists in the world right now, LG has launched its latest 8K OLED TV. LG is rumored to be addressing this amazing TV, by learning about its second generation Alpha 9 8K processor which works on deep learning algorithms to help in upscaling the images at a higher resolution. According to the rumors, LG’s first 8K OLED TV is expected to be included with deep learning to generate virtual 5.1 surround support. Furthermore, users can also adjust the sound to suit the viewing conditions or you can also let the TV set the best sound levels suited on the current environment.
There isn’t anything much you can do when it comes to the video content of 8K TV. Although the 2020 Olympics, which is to be held in Tokyo, is expected to be broadcasted in an 8K resolution. This Smart TV, known as LG 88Z9, is also rumored to be included with the support of Google Assistant along with Amazon Alexa. It also features an effective and improved noise reduction and self-adjustment to ambient lighting conditions which can achieve the perfect level of screen brightness.
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