The CES 2023, (Consumer Electronics Show) tech exhibition is set to begin on Jan. 5 in Las Vegas, US.
Companies like Samsung and LG have already started confirming the devices that will be showcase at CES 2023 already.
LG has unveiled its 2023 OLED TV lineup before the CES event in a press release.
The company announced the LG Z3, LG G3, and LG C3 OLED evo TV lineup. These OLED TVs offer a premium, self-lit viewing experience, powerful image processing technologies, and an improved version of the webOS platform.
According to LG, the new OLED TVs deliver higher brightness, greater colour accuracy, and impressive clarity since they are equipped with the company’s OLED evo technology and the new α9 AI Processor Gen6.
New Alpha Series Processor
The new alpha-series processor relies on AI-assisted deep learning technology to produce stellar image and audio quality. The AI Picture Pro promises a detailed viewing experience in every frame by upscaling the images and enhancing the dynamic tone mapping.
It also refines certain objects, like people’s faces, for real-life experience. The Brightness Boost technology enhances the brightness by up to 70 percent.
Re-designed webOS Interface
The webOS, which comes preinstalled on the 2023 LG OLED TVs, offers a redesigned user interface.
There are “Quick Cards” for easier navigation to the contents and services; they are organised in categories like Home Office, Gaming, Music, and Sports.
The AI Sound Pro is powered by the alpha processor, which generates virtual 9.1.2 surround output via the built-in speakers.
The new TVs also support Dolby Vision and Dolby Atmos with a 0.1-millisecond response rate and the Game Optimizer feature.
The 2023 LG OLED TVs do not have backlighting units. Hence, fewer materials are required to build them as compared to a conventional LED TV.
Also, these devices are equipped with recyclable components.