LG to present its new range of QNED mini-LED TVs at CES 2021

LG to present its new range of QNED mini-LED TVs at CES 2021

LG launches a new range of TVs with mini-LED technology called QNED and they will be presented at CES 2021. This new series will offer improved LCD panels with greater immersion, more accurate colors, and up to a 120Hz refresh rate.

QNED meets many of the conditions of OLED displays, but without the associated drawbacks, as well as offering a lower price. LG will complement the offering with 4K and 8K resolutions with up to 86-inches TVs.

This new range will be a part of the brand’s premium LCD television line, including ten new models to meet customer needs.

QNED will offer a leap in quality on today’s LCD screens

LG claims that these TVs are the first to combine quantum dots and NanoCell panels into a single product. Although the company’s most premium offering is still the OLED displays. The new series of QNED displays with mini-LED technology will also enter its premium catalog.

According to the specifications, the new LG TVs have a screen vision far superior to any current LCD television. The 86-inch 8K model is capable of combining up to 2,500 dimming zones with maximum brightness and a 1,000,000:1 contrast ratio.

LG to present its new range of QNED mini-LED TVs at CES 2021
LG to present its new range of QNED mini-LED TVs at CES 2021

LG claims that this new series will mark a before and after in today’s LCD TVs, bringing them closer to the OLED screen experience. One of the weakest points in LCD screens is the recreation of black colors.

In OLED technology, the pixels are turned off to offer a pure black, the LCD screens simulate it with a grayish illumination. Thanks to the QNED approach, the company promises pure black colors and incredible color accuracy.

LG QNED mini-LED TVs will be presented at te CES 2021

LG has not yet revealed the range of inches they will be introducing with this technology in the new QNED range of televisions. Their prices aren’t official yet. To know all these details, we will have to wait for their official presentation, during the CES 2021 in Las Vegas.