A week ago, we were given the privilege to preview the latest in TV technology brought by LG Electronics. LG Philippines combines art and technology through LG Gallery OLED TV, integrating highly-developed technology and classic art appreciation.
The new LG Gallery OLED TV is shockingly-thin as your slimmest smartphone when we sized it up with a mobile unit brand during the launching with BenCab‘s artworks displayed on the TV monitor to get a glimpse of its aesthetic beauty with its world-class picture quality. The seamlessly curved 55-inch TV boasts of 4.3mm width and world-class WRGB technology which produces deeper and richer colors.
“LG has proven to uphold its leadership in the TV industry by being the first to launch both the Curved and Gallery OLED TVs in the country,” Jillian Lichauco, LG Electronics Philippines marketing and PR manager, said. “With the newly-launched LG Gallery OLED TV, the rapid evolution of TVs is complemented with art, a field that can stand the test of time and is appreciated by people of different ages and preferences. We’re very excited to launch this product to the Philippines, a very artistic and visual market. It continues LG’s heritage of superior TV technology while elevating its beauty and elegance through striking works of art.”
Adding to the LG Gallery OLED TV’s viewing pleasure is the sensational auditory impact delivered by the LG Canvas Speaker. Behind the canvas cover of the TV frame lies a powerful speaker system that blasts refined sound from two sets of speakers and two woofers, allowing space-efficiency and maintaining its minimalist design.
Another first-rate factor in LG’s advanced OLED technology is its Absolute Motion Clarity. The OLED TV’s response speed is over 1,000 times faster than an LED TV, allowing viewers to enjoy fast-moving scenes with completely blur-free, crystal-clear pictures. The LG Gallery OLED TV showcases the Perfect Viewing Angle, in which consistent contrast and zero distortions are displayed in any angle being viewed.
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