LG Kicks Off Global Sales For World’s First 8K OLED TV

Posted: Sep 9 2019, 5:52pm CDT | by , Updated: Sep 11 2019, 5:44am CDT , in Technology News


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LG kicks off global sales for world’s first 8K OLED TV

The new LG TV brings home entertainment to the next level.

South Korean consumer electronics giant LG Electronics will start the worldwide rollout of the first ever 8K OLED TV in existence and it’s priced at $42,000.

The LG Signature 88-inch 8K OLED TV, model 88Z9, will be available in global markets starting in Australia, Germany, France, the United Kingdom and the United States within the month.

LG revealed this entertainment behemoth at the CES 2019. It features an 88-inch real 8K LG OLED display and is packed with speakers from Dolby Atmos, allowing for a surround sound experience, as well as Dolby Vision, which brings extraordinary color, contrast, and brightness to the screen. These features, in addition to the high resolution of over 33 million pixels, make the LG OLED 8K TV model 88Z9 the perfect choice for home theaters.

LG has also integrated its proprietary LG ThinQ AI technology to the 8K OLED TV so that users can control the TV by voice commands. Apart from LG ThinQ AI, the TV is also compatible with both Google Assistant and Amazon Alexa. With that said, who needs a remote control when you can directly tell your TV what channel you’d like to watch?

The LG Signature OLED 88Z9 runs on a9 Gen 2 Intelligent Processor, the most powerful processor to ever come to LG TVs. This way, the TV produces images, action and color to a whole new level. With its processor, the 88Z9 TV also has an impeccable noise reduction feature.

The release of the LG Signature OLED 88Z9 coincides with the release of another game-changing TV from LG, the LG 8K NanoCell TV, model 75SM99, which is also set to arrive in global markets in September.

The LG Nano 9 Series 8K has a 75-inch real 8K NanoCell display. It runs on α9 Gen 2 Intelligent Processor 8K and it also has the same sound quality as the LG Signature OLED TV because it is also built with Dolby Atmos speakers and the Dolby Vision technology.

This TV can also be controlled by voice via LG ThinQ AI, Google Assistant and Alexa. With its full array LED local dimming control feature, the TV uses a full array backlight for deeper blacks and enhanced contrast.

There’s no word yet on where LG will roll out these TVs, but you can download The Tracker app to get notified as soon as they go on stock on any store.

Keep up-to-date at I4U News to find out when these TVs will be available in the U.S.

In the meantime, you can check out other OLED TVs by LG, specifically those with LG ThinQ AI. The 55-inch LG OLED55C9PUA Alexa Built-in C9 Series 4K Ultra HD Smart OLED TV, which was released this year, is available at 20% off on Amazon.com for only $1,596.99.

The bigger one, the 65-inch LG OLED65E9PUA Alexa Built-in E9 Series 4K Ultra HD Smart OLED TV is priced at $2,496.99 on Amazon, discounted by 17% from the original list price of $2,996.99.

Check out all the other LG smart OLED TVs on this page.

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