LG’s new OLED Evo TV is launched in Malaysia ranging up to 88-inch 8K+120Hz

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The South Korean multinational electronic company LG officially unleashed its most avant-garde TV lineup and the central player is the new OLED Evo TV. The TV has a lot in common with power armor.

The brand new LG OLED Evo TVs feature self-illuminating pixels that can be atingle and below the rock for perfect blacks and boundless contrast. It has a lot of new features that can’t be found in previous generations, including a more advanced processor, and sleeker, slimmer bezels, an improvement never seen before on LG OLED TVs.  it won’t be good if the company has skipped to offering a good fellow device to hoist the flag, but the company has played as we expected.

It launched a new LG Soundbar series to match the pace with this new LG OLED Evo TV. The series can offer impressively powerful performance, idiosyncratic and elegant look, and also a new sound experience, whilst agreeing on the terms of how an incredible sound got home theater, music, and games are provided.

Bargained LG’s most advanced OLED technology in the new OLED Evo TV provides a reflecting color of pixels in a way anything could deliver. It also presumptively manages to acquire a detailed closer stance on reality while making the OLED more intertwined with the lucidity of pictures.

The machine is Powered by LG’s new (Alpha) 9 Gen 5 AI processor, LG’s Brightness Booster technology, which enables the TV to automatically deliver high brightness and more advanced algorithms through the enhanced cooling system. OLED Evo technology has been built with the G2 and C2 series, which bagged the CES 2022 Innovation Award.  

With the Brightness Booster Max technology, the brightness of the G2 series is drastically enhanced by 30%, and the brightness of the C2 series is boosted by 20% through the improved processing power of the α9 Gen 5 AI processor.

When it comes to the gaming experience, the LG OLED Evo TV series is as small as a 48-inch TV, which is feasible to get this machine into your gaming space. The series supports NVIDIA G-Sync, FreeSync Premium, and variable refresh rate gaming screens. There is also a plethora of technology, as well as 1ms low latency and other functions are essential. With all these features out of the way, other functions include WebOS22 impressive system arrives with streaming platforms including Netflix and Apple TV+, and you can also install third-party apps.

The latest LG OLED series has a lot more delivered to the people, it has also launched a range of sizes for the G and C series TVs. it includes the world’s largest 88 inches and the world’s smallest 48 inches. The size range isn’t stooped here, it is also identified to offer a few archetypal machines, including a 48-inch OLED TV, suitable for consoles and PC gaming. In addition to a divergent lineup of sizes, 48, 55, 65, 77, and 83 inches are also accessible for home entertainment needs. 

The ultra shimmering OLED Evo series is now available in Malaysia, with a total of 6 different sizes, 48 ​​inches priced at RM8199(roughly Rs.1,45,008), 55 inches at RM10,999(roughly Rs.1,94,530), 65 inches at RM14,999(roughly Rs.2,65,274), 77 inches at RM29,999 (roughly Rs.5,30,567), and 83 inches at RM29,999(roughly Rs.5,30,567)the 88-inch 8K OLED Evo TV is priced at RM124,999(roughly Rs.22,10,752). 

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