LG has been recognized by the Consumer Electronics Association as a “Partner 4K Ultra HD for international CES 2015″. It is the company’s honoring achievements in the segment of Ultra HD and a nod to the latest line of TVs LG presented at this year’s fair. Modern 4K Ultra HD from LG are equipped with Wide Color LED technology and Quantum Dot, which display palette of colors, their depth and realism are supposedly on the same level as those offered by the Professional Series monitors LG ColorPrime.
Debuting at CES 2015 LG TV 4K Ultra HD TV with Wide Color LED diodes are using phosphors, which affects the parameters such as depth of color and natural picture. On January at LG for the first time in the history of present its 4K Ultra HD screens with Quantum Dot technology, providing more accurate about 30% of the colors.
The TV LG 4K Ultra HD 2015 collection also ensure that the quality of 4K (3840 x 2160) 4K IPS panels. Additionally, True Black Control technique is to improve the contrast of allowing for the effect of a darker, deeper blacks. A new feature for 2015 is also the Natural Color, which minimizes errors in color reproduction, while the Contrast Optimizer option maximizes the contrast and brightness.
Five TVs with 4K Ultra HD line from LG comes with a multi-channel surround system Ultra, developed in collaboration with experts sound Harman / Kardon. In addition, models for 2015 with a series of high-end UF9500 have an integrated stand, which reflects and focuses the sound so as to maximize the experience … or so says the manufacturer.
LG has also introduced enhancements to the platform of smart TV – by optimizing the system operating webOS 2.0, which is reportedly more friendly and intuitive for users. Boot time has been reduced by almost 60%, and pairing with mobile devices is simpler. In addition, to further personalize your TV, users webOS 2.0 models can create your own menu on the main toolbar.
The latest models of LG 4K Ultra HD was used 4K Upscaler advanced algorithm, which effectively changes the resolution of SD, HD and Full HD quality content close to Ultra HD. Moreover, a special codec built 4K Video Codec High Efficiency (HEVC) that processes content from external devices 4K recorded in both 30p and 60p which also means that the LG TV will be compatible with future standards transmission Ultra HD.