All LG 2016 OLED TVs are certified by the UHD Alliance
If there’s anything LG believes is better than its LCD TV lineup, it’ll be its own OLED TV lineup. In 2016, LG’s OLED TVs will be spearheaded by the G6 and E6 models. By the way, the G6 is also part of LG's new Signature label.
Here’s a summary of what to expect from LG's OLED TVs this year:
- All 2016 LG OLED TVs have the Ultra HD Premium seal of recognition from the UHD Alliance.
- There are a few series: Signature G6 (65/77-inch), E6 (55/65-inch), C6 (curved 55/65-inch), and B6 (flat OLED).
- The G6 and E6 feature a Picture-On-Glass design that uses an ultra-thin 2.57mm OLED panel with a translucent glass back and forward-facing sound bar speaker.
- With a 10-bit panel, 10-bit processing power, and ColorPrime Pro tech, a billion colors are possible.
- HDR on the new OLED TVs will be aided by a Pixel Dimming tech.
- All models can do HDR, but only the G6 and E6 have an HDR Pro tech.
- All the new OLED TVs support HDR 10 and Dolby Vision HDR formats.
- The G6 and E6 also support the BT.2020 standard.
- The G6 and E6 have a front-firing sound bar speaker system, co-developed with Harman Kardon.
- All the new OLED TVs will run WebOS 3.0.
LG’s new OLED TVs will go on sale starting March 2016. We’ll keep you updated when we hear more from LG Singapore.