Over the weekend, LG announced that it will unveil its new LG SUPER UHD line of TVs at CES 2016. The new line of premium 4K Ultra HD LCD/LED TV lineup will feature LG’s “most advanced” LCD/LED picture quality ever, according to the company, and will have expanded color capabilities, advanced picture and sound-enhancing features, including high dynamic range, and LG’s Flat ULTRA Slim design.
The new line of LG SUPER UHD TVs for the U.S. will include four series: the UH9500 (pictured above, ranging from 55- to 86-inch class screen sizes), the UH8500 (with 55- 75-inch screens), and the UH7700 (49- to 65-inch screens). All three series boast advanced ISP displays with features like True Black Panel and Contrast Maximizer for advanced picture quality at wide viewing angles, according to LG. The company explained that True Black Panel is a proprietary technology that minimizes reflections and enhances the contrast ratio for a “more comfortable viewing experience,” while Contrast Maximizer delivers more depth and contrast by separating objects from their backgrounds.
“We’re confident our 2016 HDR-enabled SUPER UHD TV will generate much excitement not only in the industry, but also with consumers in general,” Brian Kwon, President and CEO at LG’s Home Entertainment Company, said in a statement. “We are the only company with a dual strategy focused on both OLED and UHD TV technologies and this is proof that we’re committing to delivering the most advanced picture quality and home entertainment innovations to consumers around the world.”