LG, a well-known electronics brand, has launched its new OLED TVs in India. The company claimed that these TVs have been designed for both gamers and entertainment lovers.
The lineup consists of 21 models with various options, such as flexible OLED TVs and the world's first 97-inch OLED TV. LG says it aims to transform the way people watch television with these innovative features.
LG's Flexible OLED TVs
LG has launched an innovative line of flexible OLED TVs specifically designed for gamers.
It is claimed by LG that these TVs deliver an exceptionally immersive gaming experience and are equipped with cutting-edge features.
Starting at Rs 2,49,990, the flexible OLED gaming TV offers great value for passionate gamers.
One standout feature is the adjustable curved screen, allowing users to customise their viewing angle for maximum immersion.
According to the claims, LG asserts that their TVs feature an anti-reflection coating that enhances the visual quality by reducing glare.
Additionally, with Dolby Vision support, the colors on the screen are said to be vivid and lifelike.
The integration of 40W speakers, coupled with Dolby Atmos support, aims to create an immersive audio environment, further enhancing the gaming experience.
The Allure of LG OLED TVs
If LG's claims hold true, the 2023 OLED TV lineup promises a diverse array of models, each boasting it is own unique set of features and advantages.
Among them, the LG C3 OLED Evo TV catches the eye with it is sleek "One Wall" design, characterised by a slim profile that seamlessly blends into any living space.
With it is ability to be easily wall-mounted with minimal gap, it resembles a captivating canvas artwork, adding aesthetic appeal to the surroundings.
The LG G3 OLED Evo TV series offers a variety of sizes, including 55-inch, 65-inch, and 77-inch options, catering to a wide range of consumer preferences.
By leveraging the latest LG sound bars, these TVs deliver an immersive multi-channel surround sound experience that transports viewers into a world of sensational audio.
Powered by DTS:X technology, this audio system strives to provide IMAX-quality sound, elevating the overall viewing experience to new heights.
User Experience with webOS
If reports are accurate, LG has reportedly taken strides to enhance the user experience of their 2023 OLED TVs by incorporating the latest iteration of webOS.
The revamped user interface (UI) introduces a plethora of customisation options, with a particular emphasis on the "All New Home" feature.