- News tagged "uhd tv"
Wednesday, 26 Aug 2015
Of the four new OLED TVs that LG is going to showcase at IFA 2015, three of them will support HDR.
Wednesday, 5 Aug 2015
Available in 55 and 65-inch screen sizes, the EG960T uses LG’s 4-color WRGB pixel tech, has a built-in 4K HEVC decoder, and sports sound designed by Harman Kardon.
Thursday, 30 Jul 2015
LG has just started selling its UF680T and UF860T 4K TV series in Singapore. Of the two, the UF860T uses the company's ColorPrime tech to enable a wider range of hues and shades.
Thursday, 23 Apr 2015
When LG announced its 2015 4K TV lineup in March, not all pricing details were in, especially for models like the 65-inch EC970T 4K OLED curved TV and the smaller size TVs in the entry-level UF670T and UF770T series. But we've them now.
Friday, 17 Apr 2015
Samsung's newly released SUHD TVs (the JS9000 and the JS9500) might be wowing local audiences, but the CE giant's also released a handful of other 4K UHD models. More details inside.
Wednesday, 7 Jan 2015
Through clever splitting and sharing of pixels, which result in way more sub-pixels than usual, Sharp says its Aquos Beyond 4K Ultra HD TV offers better image quality than all the other 4K sets out there.
Tuesday, 6 Jan 2015
Streaming high quality 4K video content smoothly is just one part of the internet TV experience, but there are other factors that only TV manufacturers can control. Netflix is committed to bring quality experience and to that end, it has rolled out a new logo recommendation program to help consumers.
LG has announced no less than seven OLED TVs at CES 2015. While most of them are curved sets, there are a few flat ones too.
In total, Sony's 2015 4K TV lineup consists of four new series and ten new models, ranging from 43 to 75 inches. In addition to running Android TV, they also feature a new 4K Processor X1 engine.
Tuesday, 30 Dec 2014
It looks like LG Electronics has more tricks up its sleeve this coming CES besides TVs running WebOS 2.0 and using quantum dots. The Korean TV maker has announced that it’ll be unveiling another technology called Wide Color LED and a new branding called ColorPrime.