LG E9, LG C9 2019 OLED TV

LG is back with another OLED


It is one of the sleekest designs of LG with OLED 4k panel, Dolby atmos system which would give a crisp experience altogether. It is an AI Tv with all the functions built in such as Lg Thinq, google assistant, and Alexa. It is a smart Tv with WebOS as an operating system. The 65 inches is coming for $4299 and in offering it is giving for $3299


C9 55 Class 4K Smart OLED TV w/ AI ThinQ® series OLEDs are only offered as 77″, 65″ and 55″ screen sizes. It is an AI Tv  (α9 Gen 2 Intelligent Processor) with all the functions built in such as Lg Thinq, google assistant, 4K Cinema HDR (Dolby Vision®, HDR10, HLG), HDR Dynamic Tone Mapping Pro, and Alexa. It is a smart Tv with WebOS as an operating system. The 65 inches is coming for $4299 and in offering it is giving for $3299
Why is that? Well, the 2019 LG TVs brought a host of new improvements with the new Alpha A9 (Gen 2) processor, for better color correction and support for 120fps frame rates.
The same components as the OLED TVs, but lack the main OLED panel – in the middle, and then traditional 4K TVs and finally FHD screens at the bottom.
With there being so many different models to take in, we thought we’d lay out the whole 2019 lineup announced so far, from the high-end OLEDs to newly-branded NanoCell TVs, in one, admittedly long, piece.
Some of the specs listed below could change by the time of each TV’s retail release, but for the most part, the specs you see here should be the components that make it into the final product.
LG TV 2019 technology
LG Alpha 9 Gen2 (a9 Gen 2) processor
(Image Credit: LG Display)
Another year, another processor. The biggest change for the high-end screens (the OLED line-up) is the switch from last year’s Alpha 9 (a9) processor to the a9 Gen 2.
2018’s Alpha 9 silicon upgrade promised a 35% boost in CPU and GPU speeds, equating to smoother motion handling, object-based contrast enhancement for better sharpness and detailing, and a technology called True Color Accuracy Pro.
We’re getting more of the same with the 2nd-generation processor, with a big focus on ‘intelligent AI’ and ‘machine learning algorithms’ to enhance the picture, audio, and software performance – with a new algorithm that’s able to analyze the source content and optimize for ambient viewing conditions.
Flagship TVs will also come with Dolby Atmos 5.1 surround sound, while LG’s new processor will be able to “up-mix” two-channel audio into 5.1 surround sound: like upscaling for the ears.
We know for a fact the new a9 Gen 2 chip is being used in the LG Signature Series OLED R and the new range of Z9, W9, C9, and E9.
(Last year users could make do with HFR streaming from the likes of Netflix, YouTube, BBC, FOX Sports, Amazon, and broadcasts, though compatible content was few and far between – we’ll likely see more emerge as a larger number of compatible televisions enter the market.)
In May 2018 we saw LG roll out Google Assistant to all of its OLED and Super UHD TVs – meaning you could start using your voice to switch inputs, change the channel, connect to other smart home devices, and integrate with Google’s Photos and Maps applications. This year’s LG TV line-up – for OLED and Super UHD, at least – will also be arriving with Alexa capability for an even wider range of voice control options.

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Originally posted on 10/09/2019 @ 12:00 AM

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I am Sanjit Gupta. I have completed my BMS then MMS both in marketing. I even did a diploma in computer software and Digital Marketing.
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