Want to know the ins and outs of LG’s NanoCell tech? You’re in the right place. We’ve got plenty of reasons why you’ll want one of these TVs as the centre piece in your living room.
LG NanoCell tech uses special particles to improve the purity of the colours you see on screen. This means your eyes are treated to subtler and more detailed levels of colour, even at wider viewing angles. So, whether you’ve got your mates round for kick off, or the whole family for that film night, there won’t be a bad seat in the house.
The WebOS system makes flicking through your TVs smart features easy. All your entertainment apps will appear at the bottom in vibrant shades. Plus, you can flick through your library while bingeing your current show, so if you want to swap to something else, it’ll take just a few clicks.
Ideal for live action sports, TrueMotion gets rid of any annoying frame stutter. Have you ever noticed during a football match when the ball appears to stutter across the screen? This is because the frame rate can’t keep up. TrueMotion adds in extra frames to smooth this out, so you’ll see every pass, tackle and strike in perfect motion.
Ever noticed in darkly lit scenes that you can hardly see what’s happening? Dolby Vision IQ makes this a thing of the past. Based on the lighting in your room and the content you’re watching, it will adapt the settings sequence by sequence, so you’re always getting the best visual experience.
Immerse yourself in the sound of your favourite entertainment with Dolby Atmos. This tech recreates the audio from that pulsating sci-fi or that rich period drama in 3D for that full surround sound experience.
A lot of modern TVs have different modes for different content, but this means you can easily be watching a film in sport mode. LG Auto Genre Selection works out what you’re watching, whether it be a film, live sports or a video game. It then adapts the settings so you’re always watching the best possible version of the stuff you love.
Who needs a remote when you’ve got a voice compatible TV? LGs new models can hook up with your smart speakers such as Amazon Alexa and Google Assistant. And with a mic actually built into the TV, you can tuck into your favourite films and shows completely hands free.
NanoCell is a type of screen tech found in LG TVs that produces pure and detailed colours for stunning visuals. Better yet, this tech makes sure the images you see on screen can be enjoyed no matter how wide the angle is.
Ultra HD is another term for a 4K TV. Ultra refers to the fact that 4K has four times as many pixels as HD.
While LED TVs do a decent job, they just simply can’t match the purity and detail of the colours that a NanoCell TV produces. And the fact that the visuals from a NanoCell TV can be enjoyed equally from wide angles, confirm that overall they’re better than standard LED TVs.