LG continues to give us some small touches of what we are going to show at CES 2019 in a few days. In particular, today told us about some features of LG OLED 2019 TVs. The ThinQ Artificial Intelligence System will once again be one of the protagonists. This will be improved by the second generation of Alpha 9 processors and its Deep Learning algorithm. This new algorithm will allow the incorporation of 8K resolution on an OLED screen, as we saw in IFA 2018.
Better picture and sound quality
The second-generation Alpha 9 processor will be integrated into the LG OLED 2019 series Z9 series as well as the E9 and C9 series. This new chip allows the increase of sound and image quality through the deep learning algorithm (developed from a broad base of over one million visual data). The algorithm recognizes the highest quality content source and determines the best way to get an optimized projection.
In addition to detecting these content sources, the new processor tunes in detail the tonal mapping curve according to the TV environment to provide optimized screen brightness. The processor uses the TV's ambient light sensor to measure light levels. Thus, it is able to adjust the brightness automatically and compensate it as needed.
The second generation of the Alpha 9 processor, which will include LG OLED 2019 TVs, will further improve HDR content. Will be able to adjust its brightness to turn even the darkest scenes into the other, with more contrasting shades and a deeper color depth. And taking advantage of Dolby's latest Dolby imaging innovation, intelligently adjusting content with Dolby Vision, LG TVs will offer a more exciting HDR experience in changing and changing ambient light.
In addition, this year we will have a new model. Is called The LG OLED Z9 has a 88-inch version and a 8K resolution. To get such a resolution, you need a larger processing capacity. A processor capable of scaling images from any source at a no-noise 8K resolution.
The second-generation Alpha 9 processor will also work to get better sound. An intelligent algorithm will be able to mix audio with two different channels and provide 5.1 surround and virtual sound. In addition, the processor optimizes audio output depending on the type of content. Thus, clearer voices are obtained in films, drama and television news.
New TVs The LG OLED 2019 will allow the user to adjust the sound settings to suit the conditions in the room. Or let the TV set the perfect levels by positioning and its situation. In addition, LG OLED 2019 TVs will once again display Dolby Atmos sound.
Artificial intelligence continues to be the protagonist
This year, LG is still committed to this goal Artificial intelligent ThinQ system. Google Now is integrated again. This will allow us to find all sorts of information and control smart home-compatible devices.
In 2019, LG expands its alliances in the field of artificial intelligence. This year's models will include Amazon Alexa. This will allow for greater flexibility in intelligent and vocal services. The Amazon Assistant will allow owners of an LG OLED 2019 to manage other devices with Alexa. In addition to accessing all of the assistant's information.
On the other hand, LG OLED 2019 TVs include a new voice recognition feature. The ThinQ system understands the context of the conversation, thus being able to respond to more complex requests. In addition, you can organize a more natural conversation.
Also on state-of-the-art LCD TVs
The second-generation Alpha 9 processor will also be present in state-of-the-art LCD TVs. The company's new pilot with the LCD panel will be the SM99. It will have up to 75 inches and 8K resolution. The premium range of LG LCD TVs (SM9X and SM8X series) will change this year's NanoCell nomenclature. These will include enhanced images and sounds through artificial intelligence. Both are driven by a Deep Learning algorithm.
Finally, the new LG OLED 2019 and NanoCell TVs will include HDMI 2.1 ports. Thus, they can transmit frames at a higher speed (HFR). The result of this technology provides easier and easier movement, at 120 frames per second. A clearer projection of the fastest scenes is thus achieved.
On the other hand, they will have compatibility with Improved Audio Return Channel (eARC). Also with Variable Update Frequency (VRR), as well as automatic low latency module (ALLM). These technologies will help to design a clean, unobstructed and stable image.
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