LG presented four new OLED TVs from its Signature series

4 January 2017, 16:53:58

LG presented four new OLED TVs from its Signature seriesAlong with the LG OLED TV W7 the South Korean giant announced four other models from its top Signature line, which brings into reality LG's design philosophy of "less is more". The models are LG B7 with a 55- and 65-inch variant, C7 and E7 with the same size options and the LG G7, which has a 65- and a 77-inch version. All have flat panels, with the first two being more affordable with blade-slim design, while the other two feature a Picture-on-Glass design. These LG OLED TVs have 25% brighter panels and support almost in full the DCI-P3 color space. The 21 ms response time means extremely low lag, making the TV an ideal gaming arena. The models support the HDR10, Dolby Vision, HLG and Advanced HDR by Technicolor formats, Dolby Atmos sound and run the latest webOS 3.5.Source

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