LG launches “India’s first TV with Artificial Intelligence” – Starts at Rs. 32,500

LG has launched a new range of televisions in India and these new TVs are powered by AI. After smartphones, the AI features are now making their way to the TVs and LG seems to be the first one to do that.

25 new TVs have been launched in this new range and they come with OLED, Super UHD, and UHD displays. These TVs also come with webOS which makes them smart TVs and they’re loaded with Alpha 7 and Alpha 9 processors. The new TVs will come with webOS, voice control, Dolby Atmos surround sound and mobile connection overlay. They will be starting at Rs. 32,500 and you will be able to buy them up to Rs. 29,49,990. The TVs start at 32-inch in size and go up to 77-inches.

These TVs will come with a Magic Remote that lets you use the remote like a mouse. The remote also has a microphone which will be used to give voice commands. You will be able to use more than 800 voice commands and the commands will work offline without any internet connection.

The TV can also be connected to gaming consoles and sound bars and has a very easy setup process for the same. The mobile connection overlay can display mobile as well as TV screen on the TV. Users will be able to access Google Photos and Google Drive using the webOS apps that come on the TV. For connectivity, you will be able to use Bluetooth speakers with it since the TV has Bluetooth functionality.

The best part about these televisions is that they support full pallet HDR, Dolby Vision, advanced HDR by Technicolor, HDR10 Pro, and HLG Pro. The Alpha processors on the TV will help reduce noise in the pictures and also provide you great color details while watching the TV. The TVs can show up to 120 fps of content which makes it a great choice for gaming and watching sports and action movies.

Coming to the AI, the SuperUHD TV supports 4K and comes with an Alpha 7 processor, Dolby Atmos, and ThinQ AI. The display panel on the TV supports full array dimming which makes up for great TV viewing experience. It allows dimming for denser backlighting zones on the display to make the picture look better.

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