South Korean consumer electronics brand LG has launched its 2019 range of televisions in India featuring Artificial Intelligence. The range includes Smart, LED, UHD, NanoCell, and OLED AI ThinQ models. The TVs were introduced back at CES this year.
The new range of ThinQ TVs are available in screen sizes of 32-inches to 77-inches with prices starting at Rs 24,990 and going up to Rs 10,99,990. The TVs are powered by a second-generation Alpha 9 Gen 2 intelligent processor and deep learning technology that offers upgraded AI-enabled picture, sound, and brightness. The new LG TV range also comes with support for HDR 10 Pro, Dolby Vision and Dolby Atmos. All the new TVs come preloaded with apps like Amazon Prime Video, Netflix, Hotstar, YouTube, Eros Now, Hungama Play and Yupp TV. There is a 2-way Bluetooth feature that allows users to wirelessly listen to the TV audio on a compatible audio device and connect the smartphone to LG TV to stream music. The Mobile Connection Overlay feature enables users to view both the mobile and television screens simultaneously.
The UHD, NanoCell, and OLED TVs come with built-in Alexa and Google Assistant support that offer voice assistance out of the box. There is an Alexa Routines feature that lets users control their smart lightning, get weather reports, and daily horoscopes. Users can also connect to external gaming consoles and a soundbar by giving voice commands to Alexa. The Google Assistant also lets users select programs, open apps, control smart home devices and manage daily tasks. The TV comes with LG Magic Remote to search for shows, change settings, and switch to different inputs and more.
Besides the OLED TV range, there is LG’s NanoCell TV range for clearer and crisper pictures with vibrant colour reproduction. The TV range comes with Nano Colour with Full Array Dimming, Nano Accuracy, and Nano Bezel. The 2019 OLED TVs and select NanoCell TVs will come with support for AirPlay 2 and Apple HomeKit. With the AirPlay 2 support, customers will be able to watch videos on the compatible LG TVs connected to Apple devices. Users will be able to control their TV through the Apple Home app or Siri with the Apple HomeKit support.