LG continues to evolve its high-end LCD TVs: Nano Cell technology and increased HDR support
A LG is not going to change anyone, loves to teach things before they are actually presented during the CES 2017, and this time he has touched new LCD TVs, and that everything will not be OLED in the future The Korean company. At the Las Vegas event, three new TVs that premiered a new technology called ‘brings nano cell’.
The reality is that LG plays two bands in the high-end OLED try to evolve the best speed you can, and maintains the highest level LCD TVs in its catalog. For many, this two-way game does not allow you to be on the level of Samsung in terms of quality and technology of your LCD proposals, and as their mission is to match or trim, here it seems with new artillery.
The ‘top’ 2017 LG TVs respond to the name of SJ8000, SJ8500 and SJ9500, and fall within the family SUPER UHD. All three use ‘Nano Cell’ technology that promises to improve color rendering and therefore better support of the HDR standards that are prevailing in the market.
There is little technical information in this presentation, but we could say that ‘nano cell’ is something like the answer to the ‘Quantum dots’ of Samsung. The idea that we want to convey is that the screens with nanometric cells improve the brightness and expands the color range, all without losing one of the strengths of LG TVs, which are the viewing angles.
In terms of design, LG wants to highlight that the 55-inch model called SJ9500, has an extremely thin design, much as 6.9 millimeters at its thinnest part.
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Get along with all HDR systems
LG boasts that its new LCD TVs seamlessly support all HDR formats that are appearing on the market, which are mainly four: Dolby Vision, HDR10, HLG (Hybrid Log Gamma), and Advanced HDR people of Technicolor.
Teles only last year endured the first two specifications and although still very green all this, it is okay to point to everything that goes out, as it means that their TVs are technologically prepared for it. The case of HLG seems interesting; it is related to the broadcast in television channels.
LG tells us that also includes the transformation of normal signals, known as SDR (Standard Dynamic Range) to HDR, analyzing the original video to improve the content frame by frame.
Take advantage of the new TVs to update the software with the arrival of webOS in version 3.5. For now we do not know too much about improvements to a system that was last updated significantly in the spring of 2016: they tell us about an enhanced Magic Remote, faster loading applications, more shortcuts, and aids in finding content.