Today LG showed off their latest range of OLED TVs for the Indian market. Overall, there are 9 models spread out over 5 series.
The lineup consists of W7 in 65″/75″, G7 in 77″, E7 in 55″/65″, C7 in 55″/65″ and B7 in 55″/65″. LG claims the series will deliver enhanced range of colour reproduction through the use of self lighting pixels as well as perfect blacks.
LG has teamed up with Dolby to deliver both Vision display and Atmos audio technologies. It even supports all HDR formats including Active HDR, HDR10 and Hybring Log Gamma (HLG). While the entire range is super thin and can be hung on the wall like a painting, the flagship OLED W is even thinner and sits flush against the wall.
On the software front, LG has used WebOS 3.5 with features like Live/Magic Zoom that can be used to zoom into any particular part of a live broadcast and Music playback with lyric display where the user can supposedly select a line for it to play the corresponding part of the song. The bundled remote control can be used to navigate the TV via gestures, scroll, air mouse and even voice commands.
The range starts from Rs.3,50,000 and goes upto Rs.30,00,000. The sale date of the products is TBD.