LG’s Newest NanoCell 2020 TV line-up explained

LG Electronics East Africa has announced plans to finally make the 55’’-75’’ NanoCell TVs for 2020 available in the local market.

LG NanoCell TVs features 12 new models led by the stunning large-screen Nano97-inch class Nano90 4K UHD model which was a CES 2020 Innovation Award winner and the Nano95  8K series featuring 75-inch and 65-inch class models.

The TVs represent the pinnacle of LCD technology with advanced AI-based picture quality and audio processing. 

Should you really buy these TVs? Well we got a chance to physically interact with the TVs and have of course read a few reviews about them and there are indeed so many reasons why they should be among your top consideration. That is if you’re looking for a TV upgrade. 

As previously stated in our articles, LG’s 2020 NanoCell TVs focuses on three key things; Nano color, Nanotech, and Nano connection. There’s plenty to talk about here and we will be focusing on each of them in separate articles. 

The lineup exceeds the industry requirements for 8K Ultra HD TVs as defined by the Consumer Technology Association, making them among the first 8K models qualified to use the CTA 8K Ultra HD logo joining LG’s 2020 ZX series of 8K OLED TVs. 

LG NanoCell TVs deliver stunning color reproduction by using a layer of one-nanometer sized particles that filter out impurities resulting in natural, lifelike color, which remains more accurate, even at wide viewing angles. 

The 2020 NanoCell 4K TV models (except Nano80) features the α (Alpha) 7 Gen 3 Intelligent Processor to deliver a spectacular viewing and sound experience regardless of the original source. The Nano97 and Nano95 8K models feature the α (Alpha) 9 Gen 3 AI Processor 8K, the same processor used in LG’s critically-acclaimed 2020 OLED TVs, which uses deep learning technology to deliver an optimized 8K viewing experience.

Picture quality is further improved on the Nano 907,95 and Nano 90 series by implementing Full Array Local Dimming to divide the backlighting into smaller blocks, for more precise control, to improve black levels and overall contrast.

LG’s 2020 NanoCell TVs support all major HDR formats, including Dolby Vision*, HDR 10 and HLG as well as Dolby Atmos*, for a great cinematic experience in the home. Other technologies designed to improve the viewing experience of movies, sports and games include the UHD Alliance’s Filmmaker Mode™ and the HDR Gaming Interest Group’s (HGiG) HDR gaming profile enabling the TV to render images the way they were intended to be seen by the creator. LG NanoCell TVs also support gameplay with auto low-latency mode (ALLM) on the Nano99 and Nano 91 series and variable refresh rate (VRR) on the Nano 90 and Nano 86 series, for smooth action.

LG’s ThinQ AI platform includes the Google Assistant and Amazon Alexa built-in as well as support for AirPlay2 and HomeKit. The webOS Smart TV platform delivers access to high-quality content from the world’s top providers through popular apps and services such as Apple TV, Disney+, Netflix, LG Channels and the newly-added Movies Anywhere app, all easily accessible using simple voice commands via LG’s popular magic remote control.

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