LG Curved 4K OLED TV (65EC970T)
Black. To sum it up, LG's Perfect Black technology ensures that the display on its curved 4K OLED TV always maintains a deep, dark black, be it as the background of the TV or in movies where the dark areas of the color black can be seen. But why so much emphasis on black levels, you ask? It's because LG believes that when you put a colorful subject (or object) within an area that emulates true blackness (yes, that's a word), the colors of the aforementioned object will inherently become vibrant, thus making it stand out brighter and better looking.
Even the curvature of the TV is something of a plus point for us; unlike other curved TVs, the curves on this curved 4K OLED TV isn't as severe, giving it better viewing angles from the side.
On that note, we're happy to tell you that the image quality of the 65EC970T does indeed live up to its name. Video content played in native 4K is exceedingly clear, and we saw absolutely no discoloration or smudging while viewing the same 4K content. When it came to playing non-native 4K content (e.g. Full HD videos), we were actually quite impressed with the way the TV was able to upscale the non-Ultra HD video content to 4K resolution with very little compromise in the image quality.
Sadly, the 65EC970T is not an Android TV, which is a shame, considering the amount of effort that LG had put into making this TV. However, LG's own webOS does show some significant improvements in its interface and usability, and its user interface is definitely a lot simpler than before.