As the 2021 edition of CES approaches, this time in a completely digital format, LG is now offering more details about the equipment it will present at the event. In the “chute” is a new line of LCD TVs with Mini-LED technology called QNED.
In a statement, the South Korean manufacturer explains that the new TVs promise to take a “giant leap” in terms of image quality, with a total of 10 models with 4K and 8K resolution and dimensions up to 86 inches.
Thanks to the combination of Quantum Dot and NanoCell technologies, the brand claims that the QNED line TVs are capable of presenting images with realistic colors, while the LED panel, with almost 30,000 Mini-LEDs, allows for better contrast. The screens also have a 120 Hz refresh rate for even more fluid moving images.
LG’s QNED TVs, which will be on display through the “Virtual banking” of the brand at CES 2021 as of January 11th, they are not something entirely new. TVs Series 8 and 6 of TCL, for example, also use Mini-LED technology. On the other hand, Samsung has been investing in Micro-LEDs on televisions like the well-known “The Wall” presented in the 2018 edition of CES.
Outside the world of televisions, Apple also seems to be interested in Mini-LED technology and new rumors are advancing that could be used on the new iPad screen, as well as on the displays of two models of MacBook notebooks.