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LG Unveils Groundbreaking UHD TVs with Nano Cell Technology

By utilising the most advanced color-enhancing LCD panel technology in the market today, LG has launched its new lineup of SUPER UHD Televisions with Nano Cell technology. These TVs are expected to take your television viewing experience to the next level at CES 2017.

These new series of television will render the most realistic images known to man thanks to its Nano Cell technology that produces highly nuanced as well as accurate colors whilst allowing for wider viewing angles at the same time.

So how does it work? Nano Cell Technology actually utilises uniformly-sized particles about 1 nanometer in diameter to give off  more subtle, accurate colors which can then be viewed from wider angles with almost no color difference for users seated directly in front of the screen compared to those watching it from a skewed angle. This can be achieved since Nano Cell Technology helps by absorbing surplus light wavelengths, which in turn enhances the purity of the colors displayed on your television screen. Furthermore, these televisions utilise  the improved ULTRA Luminance technology which promises to deliver brighter, crisper image highlights when you watch the latest Star Trek movie with the family.

The Super UHD televisions are also expected to come along with Active HDR alongside Dolby Vision, which gives users access to a full range of high-quality HDR formats and content.

Built aesthetically, the third-generation LG TVs have a thin and slim modern design of only 6.9mm at its thinnest point, despite having the largest model coming in at 55-inches in size. That alongside the intuitive webOS found on LG’s latest smart TV platform seeks to be the ideal TV that will fit your every need and expectation.

The models that will be showcased at CES 2017 will be the SJ9500, SJ8500 and SJ8000. So keep up with us as we give you more updates on CES 2017.

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