LG has unveiled a premium 136-inch 4K MAGNIT TV that combines AI image optimization, a smart platform for additional features and applications, and MicroLED technology. Instead of the LED-backlit LCD panel used in many home TVs, the MAGNIT 4K uses an array of tiny light-emitting diodes (MicroLED) for long life, “exceptional brightness” and “stunning contrast and color reproduction” . Since each individual diode can be switched off and on separately in the array, this allows true black color to be displayed on the screen. Models with this technology are already in the range of different companies like Samsung with very high prices – LG is still silent about the cost of its model, but obviously it will not be cheap.
The webOS platform provides access to popular streaming applications, and the model also allows you to broadcast images from the screens of gadgets on Android and iOS, computers on MacOS or Windows using AirPlay and Miracast technologies. In addition, a special mobile application allows you to turn a large screen into a user-controlled “art gallery”. The novelty has 4 HDMI, Ethernet LAN, two USB, serial RS232C and other ports.
LG has partnered with premium audio maker Bang & Olufsen to deliver the best possible audio experience and will ship with Beolab 90 speakers when sold in B&O stores.
The launch date and price of the 136-inch LG MAGNIT 4K will be announced later.