LG Reveals the QNED TV as the Company’s Next Era of LCD TVs


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LG has been known to push new innovations when it comes to TV technology. Now, LG introduces its latest LG QNED TV.


This new era of LCD TVs includes features such as a mini-LED panel, Quantum Dot NanoCell Technology, Enhanced Brightness, near-perfect black. and brilliant colors.

 “LG QNED MiniLED TV represents an evolutionary leap forward, leveraging LG’sunique color reproduction technology and mini-LED backlighting to achieve the pinnacle of LCD picture quality. Our newest lineup is testament to LG’s technological leadership in the premium TV market made possible by continuously improving and refining our innovative OLED and QNED MiniLED TVs.” 

Sungjae Kim, LG Philippines Managing Director


Mini-LED Panels

Throughout the years TVs have been getting bigger thus making the need to make the details smaller has been a challenge. LG uses approximately 30,000 MiniLEDs to deliver brighter and clearer images combing it with 2,500 unique dimming zones to deliver precise backlight control with an ultra-high contrast ratio. These help the blacks become deeper and improve color details.

It has been certified by the international product testing agency Intertek for providing 100% color volume and consistency that also eliminates color distortion across a wide viewing angle for everyone in the room.


Quantum Dot NanoCell

To deliver more stunning visuals LG has combined the power of NanoCell and Quantum Dot technology. This unique combination enables the QNED TV to create richer and more accurate colors. This keeps everything you watch looking exactly as how it is intended.

Lastly, The LG QNED TV is certified 8K UltraHD with a design that can enhance any home interior. It comes with minimal bezels and features Dolby Vision IQ and Dolby Atmos for surround sound. It also has FILMMAKER mode for genuine cinematic experiences and a Game Optimizer mode for your gaming needs.

For more information, visit LG PH’s official website.

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