LGs 2024 OLED M4 takes AI processing to new heights ahead of CES Digital Trends
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- So the real-time processing is going to make you feel all the things, apparently — so much so that LG says it’ll make things look more three-dimensional thanks to “Dynamic Tone Mapping Pro.”What about the TVs themselves?.
- And as was previously announced, the new TVs will receive updates for the next five year (and that extends back to the 2022 models, too).All in all, some very exciting, very not inexpensive stuff is on the way..
- With its new QNED televisions and accompanying range of new soundbars having already made their pre-CES appearances, LG now turns to the big guns — its 2024 OLED TV lineup..
- That increased refresh rate extends to all 2024 TVs in the M4, G4, and C4 lineups up to 83 inches.There’s no word on pricing for the new models just yet — which is the norm for this sort of pre-CES announcement..
- In addition to making your the OLED TV do something more than just be a large, black rectangle in your living room, all that processing is used to try to make the picture better..
- The 2023 M3, as you’ll recall, lacked a 65-inch model (instead starting at 77 inches, with 83 inches in the middle), and its refresh rate topped out at 120 Hz..
The 2024 LG OLED M4 sports an even better processor and faster refresh rates all while doing so wirelessly.LGWith its new QNED televisions and accompanying range of new soundbars having already m [+4198 chars]