After commercially launching its wallpaper OLED TV at least year’s CES, LG’s 2018 showing was bound to be a little less flashy. And yes, the TVs themselves look largely similar to their 2017 predecessors. But although design hasn’t seen any real overhaul, LG has made significant refinements to image processing and is putting a big focus on its ThinQ artificial intelligence platform. In fact, “AI” is now part of the branding for all of these 2018 TVs. To augment its own AI capabilities, LG is also adding both Google Assistant and Amazon’s Alexa to its latest 4K OLED and Super UHD LCD TV lineup.
Also new to the 2018 LG lineup is support for high frame rates (HFR) up to 120fps. However, the TVs themselves lack HDMI 2.1, which is necessary…
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