LG continues to give us little touch on what he will show us on CES 2019 in a few days. In particular, today he told us about some of the features of the LG OLED 2019 TVs. ThinQ's artificial intelligence system will once again be one of the protagonists. This will be enhanced by the second generation of the Alpha 9 processor and a deep learning algorithm. This new algorithm will enable the incorporation of the 8K resolution of the OLED screen, as we have seen in IFA 2018.
Better picture and sound quality
The second generation Alpha 9 processor will be integrated into the LG OLED 2019 series of the Z9 series, as well as the models of the E9 and C9 bands. This new chip allows you to increase the quality of sound and image through its Deep Learning algorithm (developed from a broad base of more than one million visual information data). The algorithm recognizes the source with the highest quality content and determines the best method for getting optimized projection.
In addition to discovering these content sources, the new processor in detail adjusts the tone mapping curve in accordance with the conditions of the TV environment to offer optimum brightness on the screen. The processor uses the ambient light sensor on the TV to measure the level of light. Thus, it is able to automatically adjust the brightness and compensate it as necessary.
The second-generation Alpha 9 processor, which will include LG OLED 2019 TVs, can further streamline HDR content. You will be able to adjusts its light to transform even the darkest scenes of others with more pronounced contrasts and better color depth. And taking advantage of the latest innovation in Dolby's images, which intelligently adjusts content with Dolby Vision, LG TVs will offer a more interesting HDR experience when changing and changing the ambient light.
In addition, this year we will know a new model. Is called LG OLED Z9 has a 88-inch version and 8K resolution. To achieve this, you need a greater processing capacity. A processor capable of scanning images from any source with 8K resolution without noise.
The second generation Alpha 9 processor will also work to improve audio. An intelligent algorithm will be able to mix audio driven through two different channels and offer a casing and virtual 5.1 sound. Also, the CPU optimizes the audio output depending on the type of content. Thus, clearer voices are obtained in films, dramas and television news.
New TVs LG OLED 2019 will allow the user to adjust the sound settings to suit the room conditions. Or let the TV set the perfect levels through its positioning and situation. In addition, the LG OLED 2019 TVs will again display Dolby Atmos sound.
Artificial intelligence continues to be the protagonist
This year LG is still committed to its own ThinQ artificial intelligence system. Google Helper is re-integrated. This will allow us to find all kinds of information and to control the compatible smart home devices.
In 2019, LG expands its alliances in artificial intelligence. On This year's models will include Amazon Alexa. This will allow for greater flexibility when it comes to intelligent and voice services. Amazon's assistant will allow LG OLED 2019 TV owners to manage other devices with Alexa. In addition to accessing all information of an assistant.
On the other hand, The LG OLED 2019 TVs include a new voice recognition feature. ThinQ system understands the context of the conversation, which can respond to more complex requirements. In addition, you can keep the conversation more natural.
Also on high-end LCD TVs
On The second-generation Alpha-9 processor will also be available on high-end LCD TVs. The company's new flagship LCD panel will be the SM99 model. It will have up to 75 inches and 8K resolution. The premium LCD TV LG (series SM9X and SM8X) will change the nomenclature of this year on NanoCell. These will also include enhanced images and sounds through artificial intelligence. Both managed by a deep learning algorithm.
Of course, the new LG OLED 2019 and NanoCell TVs will include HDMI 2.1 ports. In this way, they will be able to transfer frames at a higher speed (HFR). The result of this technology makes it easier and easier to move around 120 frames per second. In this way, a sharper projection of the fastest scenes is achieved.
On the other hand, they will have compatibility with Enhanced Audio Return Channel (eARC). Also with Variable Frequency of Update (VRR), as well as Low latency auto mode (ALLM). These technologies will help to project a clean image, with no termination and stable.
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