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LG adds new models to its 2015 4K TV lineup

By Ng Chong Seng - on 22 Jun 2015, 12:32pm

LG adds new models to its 2015 4K TV lineup

 LG is now selling a 79-inch version of its UF950T ColorPrime 4K TV.

Earlier this year when we met up with LG, a spokesperson told us that the company is all-in on 4K this year. True enough, the company announced no less than 23 LED LCD-based UHD TVs in March, and many of them went on sale soon after.

That said, some models are expected to arrive later, such as the 70 and 79-inch UF770T and the 55 and 65-inch UG870T. If you’ve been waiting for them, LG has just informed us their latest pricing available details.

First up, the 70UF770T and 79UF770T are priced at S$5,999 and S$8,999 respectively. The former is now in stores; the latter will arrive on June 29. While the UF770T is an entry-level 4K TV series, it still sports LG’s latest WebOS 2.0 UI, a quad-core processor, and comes with the company’s latest Magic Remote.

Interestingly, LG has also introduced the UF690T, which sits just below the UF770T but above the no-frills UF670T. Versus the latter, it possesses more sharing features, supports HEVC 4K 60p, runs WebOS 2.0, and has an Ultra Surround sound system and a Wireless Sound Sync feature. It’s available in 43 and and 49-inch screen sizes that go for S$1,299 and S$1,899 respectively.

Moving up, the previously announced 55UG870T and 65UG870T are now in stores too, and they are going for S$4,699 and S$6,299 respectively. Sporting a 2,000 Picture Mastering Index, this IPS 4K TV has front speakers and sound that’s designed by Harman Kardon.

Lastly, LG is now selling a 79-inch version of its UF950T ColorPrime 4K TV. The 55 and 65-inch models have already been announced in March, so this is simply a bigger version. To recap, this series uses LG’s Wide Color Gamut (WCG) tech to realize greater color depth and more lifelike images, supports 4K HEVC 60p, DVB-T2, WebOS 2.0, has a quad-core processor, and comes with a 35W, 2.1-channel speaker system. The price tag for the 79UF950T? S$11,999.

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