LG’s range of televisions for Spain has been renewed today, with the presentation of several new models. It highlights that the commitment to OLED and Nanocell technologies continues, but in addition, LG is also focusing on the new MiniLED.
MiniLED technology has not been on the market for a long time, but it has already managed to surprise locals and strangers; The presentation of the new Apple iPad Pro with MiniLED panel helped many begin to understand the potential it has. But LG was already clear on it, and now it has presented its interpretation of this technology with its new televisions.
MiniLED, as its name suggests, consists of reducing the size of the LED lights that make up a screen; at the same time, this means increasing their number and therefore it is possible to create more lighting zones that can be controlled independently. The result is an increase in contrast and brightness , a true alternative to OLEDs. LG televisions, for example, can have up to 30,000 independent LEDs, in the case of the 86-inch model; even the smallest model has 6,000 LEDs.
LG’s implementation combines this concept with Quantum NanoCell technology, cells that act as quantum dots capable of absorbing light of certain frequencies; the result is purer RGB colors and a wider color space, covering 93% of the DCI-P3 in the case of LG TVs. They are compatible with HDR Dolby Vision IQ, HDR 10 Pro and HLG Pro, in addition to Dolby Atmos sound.
New LG MiniLED TVs
Of course, they are compatible with the latest LG ThinQ AI technologies, which combined with webOS 6.0 makes the TV the center of the connected home, with access to all our content regardless of the service. They are even compatible with Apple’s Air Play 2.
The mixture of both technologies is presented in three different models: QNED99P (8K in 86, 75 and 65 inches from 3,999 euros), QNED96P (8K on 75 and 65 inches from 2,999 euros) and QNED91P (4K in 86, 75 and 65 inches from 2,299 euros). All have smart processors to improve image quality and offer better contrast, although only the 8K models feature the latest fourth-generation? 9 model.
New OLED TVs
Along with the MiniLEDs, LG has also renewed its range of OLED and Nanocell televisions , its great bet for the best image quality that is now bigger than ever. Pure black is the great advantage of OLED panels, but that extends to colors and brightness as well, with 130 million auto-luminescent dots for “infinite contrast.”
The 8K models also use the new fourth generation? 9 processor, are compatible with Air Play 2 and use webOS 6.0 Premium to access content quickly and easily; We can use the voice, or the new Magic Remote PM21 NFC , which we can pair with just one touch and offers access to Artificial Intelligence.
New LG OLED range
The range consists of the Z1, G1 and C1. The Z1 (from 20,999 euros) are the models we are looking for if we want large sizes and 8K resolution, while the G1 (from 2,499 euros) are the only ones that have LG’s OLED evo panels , which the company considers the “next step” in this technology with greater clarity and detail. Both ranges feature HDR Dolby Vision IQ, HDR 10 Pro and HLG Pro, and feature a Director Mode to more faithfully capture the intention of the filmmaker.
The C1 (from 1,599 euros), meanwhile, will be the preferred option for players who want to connect to enjoy their new video game console or computer. If we have Nvidia graphics, we can take advantage of G-Sync to play without the ‘split screen’ effect, and we can use an exclusive configuration menu for gaming. These TVs will also feature Google Stadia built in by the end of the year.
New LG Nanocell
Finally, the LG Nanocells have been improved with a new intelligent backlighting system with Full Array of 8.3 million pixels; the result is noticeable in more precise and intense colors, avoiding color leaks. They are still LED panels, but LG is perfecting them.
In addition, the Nanocells have access to the latest LG developments, such as webOS 6.0, and the fourth-generation? 9 processor. They are compatible with HDR Dolby Vision IQ, HDR 10 Pro and HLG Pro, and have the new Magic Control MR21 NFC remote. The difference is in the price, with the cheapest model, the NANO75, starting at 629 euros and the most expensive, the NANO99, starting at 3,499 euros.