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LG 4K OLED TVs
OLED stands for Organic Light-Emitting Diode. It’s not a variation of the typical LCD TV screen, but a fundamentally different technology. OLED is unique in its ability to produce cinematic color on perfect black. LG OLED pixels are what make it all possible, each turning on and off individually for truly infinite contrast. OLED doesn’t need a backlight because each individual sub-pixel creates its own illumination, and can turn completely off if necessary to produce absolute black.
These screens provide another big benefit: they maintain their superb color and contrast even for viewers who are sitting off to the sides. And that’s great because when you have a picture this awesome, you’ll want to share it with as many people as possible.
NanoCell – LG's best LED-LCD 4K TVs
Discover more detail, more accurate colors, more everything with NanoCell™ Display televisions. LG’s NanoCell display uses nano-sized particles to absorb unwanted light wavelengths and enhance the purity of the red and green colors displayed on the screen, for a richer overall color palette.
One of the most important technologies in 4K TVs is HDR (High Dynamic Range). You can find HDR-enhanced content from Netflix® and Amazon Instant Video, and on virtually every 4K Blu-ray movie. LG OLED TVs support all current and upcoming HDR formats, including Dolby Vision™, HDR10, and HLG,so you can be sure to enjoy an even more lifelike picture with deeper, more detailed blacks, brighter highlights, and more realistic color.
LG Smart TVs with ThinQ® AI
LG’s ThinQ® AI intelligent voice control can process hundreds of voice commands. And these TVs are also compatible with Google Home and Amazon Alexa voice control assistants. With LG’s Magic Remote, you can point, click, scroll or speak to find exactly what you want, searching across apps, movies, TV shows, and the web, all at the same time. AirPlay 2 lets you wirelessly share movies, TV shows, photos, and more on your LG TV right from your iPhone®, iPad® or Mac®.