The king of OLED TVs finally boarded the mini-LED train. LG last night Announce It plans to launch its first “QNED” TV at CES 2021.
When LG named it QNED, these high-end LCD TVs will use mini-LED technology.If you are not familiar Mini LED, They are basically tiny miniature LEDs, about one-fifth the size of current LEDs. This means you can get a more accurate backlight than OLED, as well as better contrast and brightness.according to edge, LG calls its mini LED the “QNED” version because the TV combines quantum dot color (Q), proprietary NanoCell technology (N) and LED (ED). Just don’t confuse it with QLED and OLED.
LG’s 2021 QNED product line will include 10 4K and 8K TVs, the largest of which is 86 inches in size. If you want to learn more about the numbers, the TV will be equipped with 30,000 micro LEDs, claim a contrast ratio of 1,000,000:1, and have up to 2,500 dimming zones. Like LG’s other flagship TVs, these babies will also have a 120Hz refresh rate. TL;DR- Compared with traditional LED TVs, these QNED TVs should have excellent contrast, HDR image quality and better color accuracy.
If you want to compare, TCL also uses micro LEDs inside. 8 series A TV with 25,000 LEDs and 1,000 zones and its Cheap 6 series, Which roughly 1,000 LEDs And 240 areas.Samsung also rumor It will launch its first mini-LED TV in the first half of 2021. The wave of mini-LED displays is not limited to TVs.MSI launched Mini LED laptop This year, although there are rumors that Apple Can use mini-LED As early as 2021, there will be as many as six gadgets.
Like most announcements related to CES, we don’t know what the price of these LG QNED TVs is. In other words, they will definitely be cheaper than the company’s OLED TVs. At least, starting from January 11, we will be able to peek at the 86-inch 8K LG QNED at the LG virtual booth at CES 2021. Still, through our clumsy webcam, it may not look so good.