The new LG QNED TVs , which was introduced at CES back in January, is receiving its first markdown today in honor of Prime Day. That would be the brand-new, $200-less QNED80 series.
Sadly, just the 50-inch model is available for purchase. The standard pricing apply to the 55-inch, 65-inch, 75-inch, and 86-inch versions.
LG’s QNED TVs are a little less expensive than their OLED TVs because they are essentially a step down from OLED. However, compared to current LED and LCD TVs, it represents a significant improvement.
Advertisement The new a7 Gen 5 AI Processor 4K, located inside the QNED80, will assist in upscaling non-4K video to a 4K resolution. You will have a much better experience since the picture and sound quality are also adjusted. With AI Tone Mapping, AI Picture Pro 4K can help the image look better.
The operating system on this is still webOS. Yes, that webOS that was previously installed on the HP Touchpad. After buying it, LG is now using it for their TVs. The fact that all of your favorite apps are available makes it quite good. Big names like Netflix, Amazon Prime Video, HBO MAX, Disney, Hulu, Sling TV, Apple TV, and a ton more are included in that.
Additionally, more than 300 LG channels are available for free. Therefore, you may start watching TV as soon as your TV is set up without needing a subscription, which is convenient.
Advertisement On this TV, there are four HDMI ports, two of which support HDMI 2.1. This entails 4K/120fps gameplay for the PlayStation 5 and Xbox Series X. For your sound bar, there is also an eARC HDMI port available.
The LG QNED80 50-inch 4K Smart TV is available for purchase. You should buy one before it sells out because this sale won’t last long.
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