OLED technology is now firmly established, with LG as the market leader reported Andreas Urbach, Head of Product Marketing HE at LG Electronics at the Innovations Media Briefing in Berlin.

“LG Display is the only producer of OLED panels for TV and has a €790m budget for further OLED development,” said Urbach, adding that “the new LG OLED 88Z9 is the world’s first 8K OLED TV compatible with Google Assistant and Amazon Alexa, along with another rollable OLED TV, the upcoming OLED 65R9.” New products include the LG Nanocell 755M99 television. Products from the ThinQ range already work with Google Assistant and now with Amazon’s Alexa, Apple AirPlay 2 and Home Kit. HDMI 2.1 is already integrated into all LG OLED TVs.
Talking about the LG G8 ThinQ smartphone, Urbach said, “It has features never before seen on a phone such as a Z camera, Hand ID with vein recognition, and 3D Face Unlock for use both day and night, Air Motion for gesticular control and Crystal Sound OLED.”

Olivia Wintermeyer, Head of Product Marketing HA, emphasized Product Showcase LG Electronics freshness in the new refrigerators which conserves food and reduces waste. At 36dB, its volume is quieter than a library. The compressor has a 10 or 20-year warranty, and the app- controlled fridge has both foldable and slide-in shelves.

Smart washing machines and dryers from LG, feature a recyclable, hard-wearing safety-glass door. TurboWash technology washes in 39 mins, removing 99.9% of allergens and yielding a 30% crease reduction. In addition, a 49” LG Ultrawide computer monitor is particularly suited to video and sound editors with its wide, curved screen, while the CineBeam HU85L short throw projector has improved brightness, 4K UHD resolution, and a laser with REC 709 colour space. It can be controlled with iOS or Android.

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