LG Electronics has been on a roll when it comes to bringing in their new devices to the Kenyan Market. From their latest Door-in-Door refrigerators to their Neo Chef microwave ovens and now their new 2017 Super Ultra High Definition TVs with Nano Cell technology.
The models introduced locally include SJ9500, SJ8500 and SJ8000, which feature a stunning slim design with a crescent-shaped stand that gives the illusion that the TVs are floating in the air.
The new TVs are designed to render the most realistic images, creating highly nuanced, accurate colours while enabling wider viewing angles, all thanks to the Nano Cell technology. They come with BT.2020 wide colour gamut, with the ability to render “over one billion possible colours.” Other features include Active HDR and Dolby Vision that allow for “brighter scenes and greater shadow detail.”
Speaking during the launch at the opening of the new LG Brandshop at Kenrail Towers in Westlands, Nairobi, LG Managing Director Janghoon Chung said, “Our 2017 Super UHD TV lineup with LG’s proprietary Nano Cell technology is a breakthrough in display technology that advances the LCD TV viewing experience to a level unlike any other.”
Nano Cell LCD displays offer a technological advantage by employing uniformly-sized particles approximately one nanometer in diameter to create more subtle, accurate colours that can be viewed from wider angles than other TVs including Quantum Dot displays.
On top of all the new hardware, 2017 Super UHD TVs come with the latest version of LG’s WebOS 3.5 Smart TV platform. The new TVs are already available in LG Brandshops across the country and on their online brandshop as well.