LG already has an excellent product line of OLED TVs, it also has LCD panels, and for 2021 the company will introduce a new product line with Mini LED technology. The latest technology called QNED will occupy a high-end slot in the company’s LCD line, although its flagship technology will still be represented by the various OLED series.
Samsung has not yet introduced Mini LED technology in its QLED LCD TV lineup, however, TCL has implemented the lighting setup in its well-regarded 8-Series and, more recently, 6-Series LCD TVs.
LG’s QNED line will come in sizes up to 86-inches, with ten models featuring 4K and 8K resolution. The Mini LED light sources could provide better lighting control and contrast than the edge-lit or full-array backlighting seen in conventional TVs, although LG says its Nano cell and quantum dot is still being used in the panel itself.
According to the details, the LG 86-inch model will add in its “virtual booth” during the CES 2021 event which is going to be virtual due to COVID restrictions, which adds up to more than 30,000 LED backlights, and around 2,500 local dimming zones.
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