Whenever Liam Neeson pops up in a film it usually equals trouble. This time it's different – as a mentor to his younger self, he shows us what's behind the LG OLED technology.
The purest blacks, most brilliant colours and clearest images. Thanks to the self-lighting pixels, which are unique to LG OLED TVs, you get infinite contrast, delivering the deepest and darks blacks possible today. Lights out. For a truly futuristic TV experience.
OLED (organic light emitting diode) TVs have self-lighting pixels that can switch off completely and require no background lighting. This enables an ultra-slim design, outstanding image quality, deepest black and brilliant colours with infinite contrast so images come alive with breathtaking detail.
OLED pixels are self-lighting, meaning they can switch on and off individually. This allows for a beautiful contrast range of the brightest whites and the darkest blacks for a picture of unbelievable depth.
With the addition of white to the three conventional colours red, green and blue, the LG OLED TV features an impressive 33 million subpixels working to produce incredibly lifelike colours and infinite contrast ratio.
Perfect viewing angle
The exceptional picture quality holds up even from wide viewing angles, so don’t be afraid to load up the couch.
Absolute motion clarity
1000x Faster. 1000x Clearer. With a response speed of over one thousand times faster than LED, OLED allows you to appreciate fast moving scenes like sports or action movies free from blur.
More LG OLED TVs:
OLED 55EC930V (55" (139cm), Full HD, 1000Hz, OLED, Curved, 3D, Wi-Fi)
The new LG OLED TV. Not a new TV. A new category of television.
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Die OLED Technologie verfolge ich schon seit Jahren. Die wird uns noch Möglichkeiten eröffnen, die jenseits von TV's ihre Stärken zeigen wird. Momentan gibt es leider nur etwas teure (aber gute) Unterhaltungselektronik :)