LG’s most awaited OLED that kept tech heads anticipating for long was finally unveiled in its’s 77-inch G6 flat-screen Signature Series 4K Ultra HD version at the CEDIA Expo 2016 on September, 15th. Upscaling technology to new heights, the TV is the biggest and grandest of LG’s new Signature series and will soon join its 65-inch counterpart in stores worldwide.
For carrying a price tag as heavy as $20k (precisely $19,999), the TV certainly brings more to the table than just its size. While it’s no news that OLED offers a dynamic range of improvements over the LED LCD TV technology, the new series screens offer significantly better brightness that easily supports the new 4K UHD content with high dynamic range (HDR). Additionally the OLED’S this year will also offer 10-bit panels and processing, better color rendering and the widest possible viewing angles known as of now. One of the many outstanding features is also the G6’s new “picture on glass” design that incorporates a thin transparent border trim around the screen which in turn makes the picture appear to be floating on a sheet of glass. With most players in the market focused on increasing brightness and providing bigger nit counts, LG lays emphasis on overall contrast for providing customers an engaging live home experience. The 77- inch model along with the other 2016 counterparts will feature with two HDR flavors – HDR 10 and Dolby Vision.
For the big price you shell out to get this big baddie home, LG will offer you a $200 American Express gift card and a LG G Pad Tablet with future access to “special invitations”( though we aren’t sure what they invite you to). Even for a deal as sweet as this on that encompasses a 77 inch TV, LG’s Signature Concierge service, a one-on-one customer support and service program, only a niche number amongst us could actually afford this one. However, for achieving an almost improbable feat of brining OLED technology in a 77-inch size TV (and opening avenues for lesser priced OLED’s in the future), LG deserves a big shout out!
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