Most tech fans know that TVs of LG have been collecting the Best of CES Award since last 3 years. Now, the company is ready to take on entire comers once again in 2018. The latest TVs of the company are already with its ThinQ tech, as with entire home electronics of current era. But, you might supposedly be interested in their third-party support for smart home services, such as Amazon Alexa and Google Assistant. The new Alpha 9 processor has been provided to the top line of its OLED TVs. It is not just more powerful for AI, but also allows to push video at high FPS with up to 120 frames/sec. The company also confirms better color performance of its chip and 4-step process of noise cutback.
But, it will be more amazing if it can be disabled to prevent any artifacts or motion-smoothing type impact on the quality of picture. The company hasn’t yet disclosed the prices of OLED displays. It might be cheaper if you are looking to LCD technology. The company said that a similar Alpha 7 processor will be provided inside the Super UHD lineup of LG. The lineup will have a more advanced and improved backlighting with denser LED zones. The company is currently featuring an Advance HDR by Technicolor and it adds support once again for HDR-10. It would be more efficient Hybrid Long-Gamma encoded or Dolby Vision video. It is more perfect to decode any Dolby Atmos audio.