LG has recently introduced the world’s first 4K OLED TV in the Indian market. Available in two sizes- 139.7cm (55-inch) and 165.1cm (65-inch), the much-anticipated televisions cost ₹ 384,900 and ₹ 579,900 respectively. The new LG OLED 4K televisions are 5.9mm thin and curved, sporting a transparent stand.
Powered by LG’s WebOS along with Magic Motion remote, the 139.7cm variant comes with 33 million colour sub-pixels which is approximately 27 million more than the average Full HD display. It features in-built customised Harmon Kardon sound along with 3D glasses.
Talking about the newly launched TV, Howard Lee, director-home entertainment, LG India, said, “Once again LG has proved that it is a front-runner when it comes to innovative technology. With the LG 4K Oled TV, we promise consumers in India the ultimate immersive cinematic experience. Time and again, we have initiated ground-breaking innovation and raised the bar not only for ourselves, but for the industry as well. This latest Oled TV underscores LG’s commitment to bringing the best in home entertainment to our consumers.”
If we talk about the specifications, the TV features Ultra HD or the 4K Resolution. It supports Wi-Fi, voice recognition. Miracast, 3G/4G dongle, MHL, Intel WiDi and includes 3 USB ports with an HDMI port. The long-awaited television is expected to be available at selected LG outlets.