The 2020 edition of Consumer Electronics Show (CES) it will start only next Tuesday (7/1), but several manufacturers are taking advantage of this pre-event moment to announce news that they will show there. One is the LG, which released its new line of products earlier today 8K TVs – all of them with support for protocols HomeKit and AirPlay 2, from Apple.
There are eight models, the two most expensive having panels OLED 77 or 88 inches. There are also six options with technology NanoCell (LG’s special LCD technology), 65 or 75 inches – models vary by features and, of course, prices.
All models, on the other hand, are capable of playing 8K content natively through their HDMI or USB inputs, in addition to digital sources, at up to 60 frames per second; televisions are also equipped with a new artificial intelligence processor – the third generation Alpha 9 – which, according to LG, makes the upscaling 8K content with much more precision and clarity with a little help from machine learning.
In addition, as stated above, all TVs in the new line have support for HomeKit and AirPlay 2; with that, you can control the devices through the app House (or by Crab) and stream content from your iPhone / iPad / Mac directly to TVs with total ease.
There is still no information on price or availability of the new TVs, but LG will certainly talk about it during CES 2020, where the beauties will be on display. Let’s wait.