LG SUPER UHD TV
Why all the caps? STOP SHOUTING T3!
That’s because this is one of the most impressive TVs we’ve ever seen. It also happens to be the name of this TV, so don’t blame us, and the ‘SUPER’ bit a hint at its capabilities.
Can it fly?
Sadly not, though one day we hope to see flying TVs on T3. What this means, in more grounded terms, is that LG has given the TV a boost of performance in the panel to put it ahead of the competition, or at least we think. The headline-grabbing feature here is Nano Cell technology.
So they’ve shrunk the TV like that guy out of TheAvengers?!
No, silly - what that means is the panel is made up of particles about one nanometer big, enabling the screen to produce more accurate colours, improving its performance in bright scenarios, and boosting viewing from any angle. LG boasts of a picture superlative to even TVs with Quantom Dot displays. Which is… wow.
What about this HDR buzzword?
We get it - everyone’s talking about High Dynamic Range right now, and LG’s upped its game here too. With Active HDR with Dolby Vision built in, there’s support for all HDR content, including the latest and highest quality formats. Then there’s HDR Effect, which upscales SDR content, improving brightness and contrast in regular 4k content.
I need this TV in my life.
The 55-inch LG SUPER UHD SJ9500 will be released in late autumn. CAN YOU WAIT?