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LG QNED Mini LED 8K TV to Launch at Virtual CES 2021

LG QNED TV uses 30,000 tiny LEDs, along with 2,500 local dimming zones.

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LG QNED Mini LED 8K TV to Launch at Virtual CES 2021

LG QNED lineup includes 10 models in sizes up to 86 inches

Highlights
  • LG’s upcoming QNED TVs will use mini-LED technology
  • The TV range will be available in sizes up to 86 inches
  • Samsung recently launched its own 110-inch Micro LED TV

LG QNED Mini LED TVs will be launched at the virtual CES 2021 event, the company announced today. This will be the first consumer-centric range of mini-LED TVs from the South Korean tech giant, and will be available in various sizes and resolutions of up to 86 inches and 8K, respectively. The new display technology will also combine quantum dot and LG's NanoCell technologies, and will be the most premium television series from the company available for consumers, when launched officially at CES 2021.

The television lineup uses mini-LED technology as the light source, with 30,000 tiny LEDs illuminating the display. As mentioned, this combines with a quantum dot layer and the company's proprietary NanoCell technology, for what LG promises will be a premium viewing experience that exceeds what OLED technology is capable of.

A total of ten variants will be introduced in the QNED TV range, with resolutions ranging from Ultra-HD to 8K, and sizes going up to 86 inches. LG also states that the TV range will support refresh rates of up to 120Hz, have up to 2,500 local dimming zones, and support HDR video playback. LG will have the flagship 86-inch 8K QNED TV on display at the CES 2021 event that starts on January 11 and can be accessed online.

The new range goes up against Samsung, that just unveiled its own 110-inch MicroLED TV recently. While MicroLED display technology is considered superior to mini-LED technology, it's worth noting that mini-LED TVs are easier and more affordable to manufacture at smaller sizes, making the latter a much more consumer-ready technology than the former. Both MicroLED and mini-LED are based on LCD displays, and are expected to serve as alternatives to OLED technology, that is currently the most premium among mass-market options.


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Ali Pardiwala Ali Pardiwala writes about audio and video devices for Gadgets 360 out of Mumbai, and has covered the industry for a decade now. Ali is a Senior Reviewer for Gadgets 360, where he has regularly written about televisions, home entertainment, and mobile gaming as well. He is a firm believer in 4K and HDR on televisions, and believes that true wireless earphones are the future of the personal audio industry. Ali is available on Twitter as @AliusPardius and on email at alip@ndtv.com, so do send in ...More
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