Korean Electronics giant LG has been at the forefront of television innovation for decades. The company’s products have always been on the cutting edge of technology, particularly the ThinQ range of TVs.
The pièce de résistance of the ThinQ range is the ultra-slim 86-inch Super UHD Smart TV. It is packed with a plethora of exciting features and a state-of-the-art 4K panel with an extended colour range. The gorgeous display is bolstered by the fact that the TV supports High Dynamic Range (HDR) formats such as HDR 10 and Dolby Vision. Not only does this guarantee sharper image quality with supported content, but it also vastly enhances the colour and contrast output of content. In fact, the TV’s advanced 10-bit processing delivers over one billion colours, which will tremendously improve the viewing experience. Further, the TV is among Netflix’s ‘recommended TVs.’ In order to acquire that tag, the TV was put through Netflix’s rigorous evaluation process.
The IPS display on the TV ensures a broad colour gamut as well as wide viewing angles. For a TV of this size, excellent viewing angles are necessary, as viewers are likely to be watching content from a reasonable distance and at a variety of angles. Courtesy of the well-calibrated panel, viewers will be able to enjoy sharp, bright and crisp content from a variety of distances and angles.
Another fantastic feature is the 4K upscaling. The TV, with its 3940 x 2160 pixels resolution can not only play native 4K content in the best possible manner, but the upscaler also converts FHD content to as close to 4K as possible. In simple terms, it means that the 4K upscaler will enhance a movie with a native resolution of 1080p to bring its resolution close to 4K.
The TV’s exceptional display is well complemented by a remarkable sound system, the combination of which truly allows for a theatre-like experience but from the comfort of your living room. Designed by Harmon/Kardon, the sound system is loud, refined and packed with detail. The 80W, 5.2ch Speaker, generates rich sound that can be customised to suit your liking.
Tying it all together is LG’s WebOS operating system. The OS is clean, intuitive and easy to navigate, a process that is further enhanced by LG’s magic remote. The TV comes with the traditional bells and whistles associated with smart TVs, all of which are easy to use and navigate because of the clean OS.
In terms of additional ports, the TV has four High-Definition Multimedia Interface (HDMI) ports and three USB ports that can be used for a variety of purposes such as connecting Phones, Laptops, Tablets and other accessories or transferring content from other devices.
Carrying hefty price tag of Rs 18, 79,990 in the local market, the new LG TV is available at Rs 13, 15,890 for a limited period as a New Year offer. LG 86-inch Super UHD TV has an utterly gorgeous, cutting-edge display, a remarkable sound system and fantastic features. It is genuinely a cinema for your home.