LG’s rollable OLED TV finally debuts in India, priced at ₹75 lakhs
- Today, LG has launched its new range of OLED TVs in India.
- OLED TVs in India start from ₹89,990 and rollable TV for ₹75 lakh.
- South Korean company also introduced its biggest 8K
OLED TVin India.
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The company has also unveiled its much anticipated rollable Signature R OLED TV at ₹7,500,000.
"The unique offerings of our latest lineup demonstrate our perseverance to deliver differentiated user experience and a new way of thinking about our consumer's home entertainment space while once again confirming LG's leadership in the premium TV market," Hak Hyun Kim, Director- Home Entertainment,
"OLED TV portfolio is expanded to address various segments of consumers and with our new line up we are confident of strengthening our market leadership in OLED TV," Kim added.
The company said the 2022 OLED lineup has introduced the widest range of OLED TVs, from the OLED 246 cm (97-inch) extending to the 106 cm (42-inch) OLED TV. In addition to this, LG also introduced the LG OLED evo in their C2 series.
LG OLED evo TVs offer exceptional clarity and detail, for lifelike images that provide a real lifelike experience, the company added.
Housed with the latest processor to boost audio quality via the AI Sound Pro feature, the company mentioned that Alpha 9 Gen 5 AI processor will allow OLED TV to up-mix 2-channel audio to a virtual 7.1.2 sound allowing users to hear sound from above and behind.
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